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Survey Finds ATU-Ozark Students More Satisfied Than National Average

Jul 26, 2016 1:38pm

OZARK – Satisfaction rates and likelihood to recommend the experience to others exceed national averages among the student body at Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus according to a 2016 Noel-...

<p><strong>Rotary Scholarship. </strong>Allee Haynes (left), one of the Booneville High School Class of 2016 co-valedictorians, is presented the Booneville Rotary Club’s annual scholarship from Booneville Schools Superintendent and new Rotary Club President John Parrish during last week’s meeting of the club.</p>

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Jul 26, 2016 1:38pm

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District Balance Up $700,000 Over Last Year

Jul 20, 2016 10:05am

With 12 of the 13 accounting periods completed the Booneville School District looks to end the year about $700,000 better than it did just one year ago.

“I feel good about the year we had...

ATU-Ozark Campus Receives $664,325 Grant

Jul 12, 2016 4:30pm

Arkansas Tech Career Center, a technical and career training entity operated by Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus, will soon have enhanced capacity to deliver automation technology education...

<p>Teacher awards. Dot Neely, Informal Educator Award, Dr. Allen (ATU) lifetime ​award, and Dr. Curtis Varnell of Guy Fenter Education ​Cooperative. ​</p>

Varnell Named Arkansas Environmental Teacher Of The Year

Jul 12, 2016 4:30pm

Dr. Curtis Varnell, science and social studies specialist at Guy Fenter Education Service Cooperative, was recently named the Environmental Teacher of the Year by the Arkansas Environmental...

Maness Chosen For Cub Camp

Jul 12, 2016 4:29pm

Eighty-six students at the University of Arkansas - Fort Smith, including Holley Maness of Booneville, have been chosen for leadership roles in the 13th annual Cub Camp to be held Aug. 18-20.

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<p><strong>Grant proceeds</strong>. Carmen Steigman ,center, member of the Order of St. Lazarus and SPSFLC Board member, presents $2000 check to Jessica Philmon, Chair, and Del Berry, new SPSF Board member.</p>

Single Parent Scholarship Fund Awarded Grant From Order Of St. Lazarus

Jul 05, 2016 3:10pm

The American Association of the Order of St. Lazarus recognized the work of the Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Logan County (SPSFLC) by awarding a $2000 grant to SPSFLC .

This grant will...

<p><strong>Farm To School. </strong>Children are enjoying fresh blueberries as part of the”Farm to School” program at the Magazine Summer Food Program.</p>

Farm To School

Jul 05, 2016 3:05pm

Farm to school. Children are enjoying fresh blueberries as part of the”Farm to School” program at the Magazine Summer Food Program.

Local Students Complete ATU Degrees

Jul 05, 2016 3:00pm

RUSSELLVILLE — The Arkansas Tech University Registrar’s Office has released a certified list of 1,905 degrees conferred upon students on the Russellville campus during the 2015-16 academic year....

<p><strong>Thumbs up for learning</strong>. Summer Learning Day was observed at Booneville Elementary School Monday and included musical performances from participating children. Above are (from left) Jude Baker, Wyatt Danekas, Jameson Evans and Lillie Littleton.</p>

Summer Learning Day Celebrated Monday

Jun 28, 2016 4:44pm

The Arkansas Out of School Network, the Arkansas Campaign for Grade Level Reading, and AETN joined together to recognize Booneville Elementary and its Summer Learning Initiative. The Summer...

<p><strong>Blues Scholarship</strong>. Niki Waters of Booneville was selected as the recipient of the Riverfront Blue Society’s Barry Ratliff Memorial Scholarship. Waters, who is a 2016 Booneville High School graduate, was presented the scholarship at the 26th Annual Fort Smith Riverfront Blues Festival at Harry E. Kelly Park Saturday.</p>

Blues Scholarship

Jun 28, 2016 4:44pm

Niki Waters of Booneville was selected as the recipient of the Riverfront Blue Society’s Barry Ratliff Memorial Scholarship.

<p><strong>Summer At The MES Library. </strong>Abby Crandall, Kalyn Downs, Evan Carter and James Haugh enjoy craft time at the Magazine Elementary Library summer program. Students of all ages are invited every Tuesday and Thursday from 12-2 p.m., for crafts, story time, games, computers and more.</p>

Summer At The MES Library

Jun 28, 2016 4:42pm

Students of all ages are invited every Tuesday and Thursday from 12-2 p.m., for crafts, story time, games, computers and more at the Magazine Elementary School library.

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