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“Farm To School” Meeting Planned

Feb 09, 2016 4:21pm

The Logan County Cooperative Extension Service will be hosting a Farm to School interest meeting and program. Farm to School is a national program which allows local schools to purchase fruits and...

<p>The Fifth Dimension</p>

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Updated: Feb 09, 2016 4:26pm

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Rise Of ‘Foodies,’ Local Food Movement Gives Birth To Farming Newbies

Jan 19, 2016 12:49pm

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The rise of “foodies” and the local food movement have helped give birth to a new generation of farming newbies hungry to learn to win customers and how to grow the best crops...

<p><strong>Annual Contribution</strong></p><p>First Western Bank recently made its annual contribution to the Boys &amp; Girls Club of South Logan County in Booneville. The bank contributed $8,850 for 2016 which was accepted by director Rick Scott.</p>

Annual Contribution

Jan 19, 2016 12:48pm

Annual Contribution

First Western Bank recently made its annual contribution to the Boys & Girls Club of South Logan County in Booneville. The bank contributed $8,850 for 2016 which was...

<p><strong>Rolled Over</strong></p><p>This sign outside an Arkansas Scholarship Lottery shows the biggest number it can. A record estimated $1.4 Billion Powerball Jackpot is up for grabs in tonight’s multiple state Powerball Lottery. Saturday’s then-record almost $950 million jackpot had no players with all five numbers and the powerball correctly picked setting the stage for an even bigger draw tonight. Saturday at least one local retailer was selling so many tickets they moved the slips to purchase chances to the cash register.</p>

Record $1.4 Billion Lottery Tonight

Updated: Jan 12, 2016 3:00pm

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This sign outside an Arkansas Scholarship Lottery shows the biggest number it can. A record estimated $1.4 Billion Powerball Jackpot is up for grabs in tonight’s multiple state...

<p>JOSH SCOTT AND THE BEARCTS WILL FACE RIVAL PARIS FRIDAY NIGHT IN PARIS</p>

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Updated: Jan 12, 2016 2:58pm

If you have an event you would like to submit, please send your first and last name and a telephone number, along with the event information to gparrish@boonevilledemocrat.com with a subject of “...

CONSUMER ALERT: Refund Anticipation Loans Could Be Costly

Jan 12, 2016 2:48pm

LITTLE ROCK – As tax season looms, Arkansans will see offers for tax refund anticipation loans or checks. These offers of immediate cash are often attractive to consumers in difficult financial...

New Medicaid Enrollees Urged To Attend Training

Jan 12, 2016 2:47pm

LITTLE ROCK – New Medicaid and ARKids First beneficiaries in Arkansas will now receive help on how to best use their benefits. AFMC, through a contract with Arkansas Medicaid, is providing no-cost...

Charleston Farmer To Join Arkansas Agriculture Hall Of Fame

Jan 11, 2016 3:24pm

LITTLE ROCK — Six people, including a Charleston man, whose leadership and service have brought distinction to the state’s largest industry will be inducted into the Arkansas Agriculture Hall of...

<p>2014-2015 Miss BHS Shelbie Duke</p>

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Jan 06, 2016 12:29pm

If you have an event you would like to submit, please send your first and last name and a telephone number, along with the event information to gparrish@boonevilledemocrat.com with a subject of “...

Keeping Resolutions Possible, If Reasonably Made

Jan 05, 2016 11:42am

New Year’s resolutions: Three words capable of bringing joy, doubt, anxiety and inspiration to anyone.

For decades, people have greeted the end of one year by making resolutions to improve...

<p><strong>Seven Gold Stars</strong></p><p>South Logan County Farm Bureau Vice President Joe Haller (center) of Magazine received recognition for the county’s work at the 81st Arkansas Farm Bureau annual convention on Dec. 3 in Little Rock. Presenting the award were Randy Veach (right) and Rich Hillman, president and vice president, respectively, of Arkansas Farm Bureau. Each county Farm Bureau is measured in 10 program areas and awarded Gold Stars for exemplary effort in each one. South Logan County earned seven Gold Stars. Arkansas Farm Bureau is a non-profit, private farm and rural advocacy organization of more than 190,000 families throughout the state working to improve farm and rural life.</p>

Seven Gold Stars

Dec 29, 2015 5:57pm

Seven Gold Stars

South Logan County Farm Bureau Vice President Joe Haller (center) of Magazine received recognition for the county’s work at the 81st Arkansas Farm Bureau annual convention...

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