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Day Care Holds Trike-A-Thon For St. Judes

May 26, 2015 3:29pm

On Friday, May 8, the children of Joyful Days Daycare conducted their annual St. Judes Trike-a-thon. The 18 trike riders, staff and 11 volunteers were escorted by the Booneville Police Department...

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<p><strong>4H Shooting Sports</strong></p><p>The Logan County Long Shots competed in the State PPP and PTO at Little Rock. The Junior Team consisting of Lauren and Haden Littleton and Bella Toland won the Gold in the Junior Progressive Position Pistol. Lauren Littleton received the bronze medal for the junior individual. Bella Toland placed 4th, Haden Littleton 5th and Reece Nietert 9th overall in the junior competition. The seniors competition was a Junior Olympic PTO so they competed as individuals in the one handed standing event. Natosha Hammonds won the bronze in women’s and Marley Littleton placed 10th. Aaron Toland won the silver and Will Howard placed 9th overall in the men’s division.</p>

4H Shooting Sports

Apr 22, 2015 12:39pm

4H Shooting Sports

The Logan County Long Shots competed in the State PPP and PTO at Little Rock. The Junior Team consisting of Lauren and Haden Littleton and Bella Toland won the Gold in the...

<p><strong>Third Overall Female</strong></p><p>Carleesha Parrish, 11, was the third overall female finisher in the Arkansas 4-H 5K and Family Fun Run Saturday at the C.A. Vines Center in Little Rock. She finished the 3.2 mile mostly trail run course in 35:09. She is a member of the Driggs 4-H Club and a sixth grade student at Magazine Elementary School.</p>

4H Run

Apr 14, 2015 3:54pm

Third Overall Female

Carleesha Parrish, 11, was the third overall female finisher in the Arkansas 4-H 5K and Family Fun Run Saturday at the C.A. Vines Center in Little Rock. She finished the...

Fire Ant Control Workshop Scheduled

Apr 14, 2015 3:54pm

The Logan County Extension Office will be holding a Fire Ant Field Day with UA Extension Entomologist Dr. Kelly Loftin. The field day will be held on Wednesday, April 28 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the...

Walmart raises

Updated: Apr 14, 2015 4:50pm

BENTONVILLE — As part of Walmart’s additional $1 billion investment in its workers this year, Walmart is giving pay raises to 16,257 associates in Arkansas for the pay period starting April 4th....

Local Garden Club Takes Top Honors

Apr 14, 2015 3:53pm

The Booneville Garden Club brought home top honors in the design and horticultural categories of the Greater Fort Smith Council of Garden Clubs portion of the Fort Smith Flower and Garden Show, in...

<p><strong>Nature Walk</strong></p><p>Shown Working on the Logan County Museum’s Nature Walk above are Ozark Mission Project members Cayden Belk, Hayden Althoff, Mason Beald, Grace Beckham from Mt. Home, leader, Donette Boyett from Benton, and executive director Jeanne Reynolds’ granddaughter Allison Reynolds from Ratcliff. The OMP group will be back in June to finish the job by putting the finishing touches on the pathway through the nature walk. The nature walk got a good start from a grant from the Arkansas Native Plant Society. The ANPS promotes the preservation, conservation, study, and enjoyment of the native plants of Arkansas, the education of the public regarding the value of native plants and their habitats, and the publication of related information. Each native Arkansas plant is marked with a description of the plant, how it needs to be cared for and what insects or birds it attracts. The native plants were purchased at in London, Ark.</p>

Nature Walk

Apr 14, 2015 3:52pm

Nature Walk

Shown Working on the Logan County Museum’s Nature Walk above are Ozark Mission Project members Cayden Belk, Hayden Althoff, Mason Beald, Grace Beckham from Mt. Home, leader,...

<p>4-H Day at the Capitol</p><p>On Wednesday, March 18, over 350 4-Hers from across Arkansas gathered at the state Capitol in Little Rock to showcase 4-H youth development programs during a “4-H Day” at the Capitol. The Rotunda and Galleries of the Arkansas State Senate and House of Representatives were filled with 4-H youth members and leaders. 4-H hopes to make this a recurring event since trips like this help to turn today’s youth into tomorrow’s leaders. There were four young ladies and two chaperones representing Logan County at this event. Thank you to everyone who supports our 4-H youth in Logan County. For more information on 4-H, please call the Logan County Extension office at 675-2787 or 963-2360. The Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action institution.</p>

4H Day At The Capitol

Apr 07, 2015 12:29pm

4-H Day at the Capitol

On Wednesday, March 18, over 350 4-Hers from across Arkansas gathered at the state Capitol in Little Rock to showcase 4-H youth development programs during a “4-H Day...

Summer Camp Open House Set For Cahinnio

Apr 07, 2015 12:28pm

Girl Scouts- Diamonds of Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas is inviting families to come visit our residential summer camp, Camp Cahinnio in Booneville, on Saturday, April 18.

From 10 a.m. to 4 p....

Freedom House Garden To Host Learning Day

Apr 01, 2015 12:18pm

Beginning at 9 a.m. on Saturday, April 4, Freedom House staff and residents, organizers from the McElroy House: Organization for Cultural Resources, and community volunteers will host a work and...

Day Of Caring, Breakfast Announced

Mar 31, 2015 12:33pm

Hundreds of volunteers will join forces Tuesday, April 14, to serve at agencies and organizations in the United Way’s six-county service area, which includes Logan County.

These volunteers...

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