Arkansas Archive

  • Smoking Age in Arkansas Raised to 21

    Beginning today the age to buy tobacco products in Arkansas will be raised to 21. This includes, cigarettes, vaping products, cigars, e-cigarettes, rolling papers, and all other tobacco related items. There are some exceptions to the new law, if a person turns 19 before December […]

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  • Black Rock: Keep Arkansas Beautiful

    Black Rock clean up committee hosted the first of many Keep Arkansas Beautiful events. Fourteen volunteers helped to clean up a mile of HWY 25 and also helped 2 local citizens clean up there properties who where physically unable to do so. Volunteers included Chief […]

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  • Eliminate boredom this July in The Natural State

    July begins with a bang in Arkansas, and the fun continues for the entire month in The Natural State. Thrilling fireworks shows will take place at various locations throughout the state on July 4, including at Lake Ouachita, Lake Hamilton, Greers Ferry Lake and Beaver Lake, […]

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  • Christmas on Elm Street in Ravenden

    If you are looking for some holiday family entertainment then stop by the Christmas on Elm Street light display in Ravenden. Turn some Christmas music on your car radio, then drive through to enjoy the thousands of lights and moving Christmas displays. Christmas on Elm […]

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  • Thanksgiving Traditions

    The Thanksgiving holiday is a time to give thanks for our blessings, gather with family, and friends. It can also be a great time to develop wonderful family traditions that will leave lasting memories. Here are just a few traditional Thanksgiving activities and ideas you […]

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  • ATTORNEY GENERAL ALERT: Fake Military Charities Steal from Arkansans

    LITTLE ROCK – Scammers have been stealing money from Arkansans by posing as veteran charities and requesting charitable donations. These scams result in money paid to the pockets of scammers rather than the veterans charities that rely on them. Last week, Arkansas Attorney General Leslie […]

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