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Crash kills Hope woman

Crash kills Hope woman

HOPE – A crash early Sunday morning killed a Hope woman. According to the preliminary report from the Arkansas State Police, Nakhia Javon Booker, 21, of Hope, was a passenger…

Teacher salaries up in last year

Teacher salaries up in last year

LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas teacher salaries went up 3.2 percent last year, to an average of $54,309. That ranked Arkansas 45th in the country. However, when the cost of living…

Livestock report

Livestock report

Hope Livestock Auction – Hope, AR Email us with accessibility issues with this report. Thu Jun 6, 2024 AMS Livestock, Poultry, & Grain Market News Arkansas Dept of Ag Mrkt…

Bradley Hunt Cox Charged Arrested on Warrant for Distributing, Possessing, or Viewing Matter Depicting Sexually Explicit Conduct Involving a Child

Bradley Hunt Cox Charged Arrested on Warrant for Distributing, Possessing, or Viewing Matter Depicting Sexually Explicit Conduct Involving a Child

On June 4, 2024 at approximately 6:15 am, Hempstead County Sheriff’s Office, Arkansas State Police Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force, and Hope Police Officers executed a search warrant…

First Presbyterian Church Hosts Chamber Coffee

First Presbyterian Church Hosts Chamber Coffee

The Hope/Hempstead County Chamber of Commerce Community Coffee on June 5th was hosted by the First Presbyterian Church on Wednesday June 5th.  The Coffee was held at the church at…

Farmer’s market open for business

Farmer’s market open for business

PRESCOTT – Fans of fresh produce were out in force Friday morning as the Nevada County Farmer’s Market officially opened. While there wasn’t a huge crowd at any one time,…

Scouts place flags on veteran’s graves

Scouts place flags on veteran’s graves

HOPE – Hope’s Scout Troop 5 placed American Flags on Veteran’s graves on Memorial Day at Rose Hill, Cave Hill and Memory Gardens Cemeteries.  The flags are purchased by the…

ADEQ issues harmful algal bloom advisory for Bois D’arc Lake

ADEQ issues harmful algal bloom advisory for Bois D’arc Lake

SPRING HILL — The Arkansas Department of Energy and Environment’s (E&E) Division of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has issued a Harmful Algal Bloom Advisory for Bois D’arc Lake in Hempstead County.…

Washington celebrates its bicentennial

Washington celebrates its bicentennial

WASHINGTON – Historic Washington State Park will open a new free exhibit entitled “Washington, Arkansas: Celebrating 200 Years” on Saturday, June 22, and will run until December 31, 2024. The…

Solid lineup for Music in the Park

Solid lineup for Music in the Park

WASHINGTON — Historic Washington State Park announces the annual summer concert series Music in the Park with the theme “Celebrating Washington for 200 Years”. Free concerts will be held in…