Dive into Flavor: Top 3 Seafood Restaurants in Russellville
In this article, we explore three exceptional seafood restaurants in Russellville. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these locations yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
200+Couples to Marry at Solar Eclipse Event in Arkansas
One of the most unique events in the state of Arkansas Elope at the Eclipse is coming in just a little over a month when over 200 couples and counting will gather to get married in Russellville, Arkansas making it one of the biggest mass weddings in the state. Mass...
🚧 Update: Overnight Highway Closure on Hwy. 22 & Hwy. 7 in Dardanelle, AR for Asphalt Work
The time displayed is local to the original 511 traffic site in Arkansas. Residents and commuters in Dardanelle, AR, please be advised that due to essential asphalt laydown operations, there will be a full closure of both Hwy. 22 and Hwy. 7. The closure is approximately 1.64 miles in length and will be in effect during nighttime hours from 7:00 pm to 6:00 am. Drivers are encouraged to plan alternate routes during these hours. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your patience as these necessary road improvements are completed.
Charming Russellville Property Sells for $1.8M
A charming 2-story property near Russellville, Arkansas recently caught the attention of buyers and was sold for a substantial sum of $1,800,000 on March 1st. Located at 1155 W Gum Log Rd, Russellville, AR, 72802, this property offers a tranquil setting with a generous living space of 2963 square feet. What truly sets this property apart is its expansive lot size of 60.00 acres, providing ample space for various activities and possibilities.
Arkansas Conservation Forum Seeks Abstracts from Local Researchers and Educators, Deadline March 22
The 'Conserving the Natural State Forum' is calling for abstract submissions from researchers, educators, and representatives from all sectors. The submission deadline is March 22, with the forum taking place from September 6-8. This event is a joint effort between the U of A Environmental Dynamics program and the University of Arkansas-Monticello College of Forestry, Agriculture and Natural Resources.
Conway County detention center officer deceased after being found unresponsive
CONWAY COUNTY, Ark. — According to a Facebook post made by the Conway County Sheriff's Office, an officer at the Conway County Detention Center was pronounced dead earlier today. Officer Tommy Lee Foster Jr. was found unresponsive in the tower of the detention center. Officials on the scene performed...
Perry County authorities warn of 'unmarked' SUV following citizens with lights on
PERRY COUNTY, Ark. — Authorities in Perry County are warning of an unmarked SUV, that has reportedly been following citizens in the county while flashing its emergency lights. According to the Perry County Sherriff's Office, authorities have received multiple complaints from civilians around the county, warning them about the...
Arkansas Tech University robotics team ranked best in US, top 2 in world
Arkansas Tech University was ranked the top college robotics team in the United States and second in the world, according to a news release.
46th Annual Wye Mountain Daffodil Festival in full bloom
Daffodils in full bloom for the 46th Annual Wye Mountain Daffodil Festival, featuring the rich history of the first bulbs.
Today the gas price is close to $2.84 in Danville as of 2024-02-28. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Wednesday is $3.294, a week ago the price is $3.274 , according to AAA.
Wayne Sanderson Farms to invest $43 million in new Danville feed mill
Oakwood, Ga.-based Wayne Sanderson Farms announced Tuesday (Feb. 27) it is building a $43 million feed mill at the company’s processing plant in Danville, Ark., with completion expected in April 2025. The new operation is estimated to add 15 jobs. The mill, to be built on 21 acres next...
Giving Guide: Friendship Community Care
Founded in 1972, Friendship Community Care began with one teacher, a handful of students and a vision for a better tomorrow. Friendship Community Care is a forward-thinking humanitarian organization that promotes excellence and leadership in the care they offers their communities. The organization envisions communities where people with disabilities receive quality services that empower them to lead dignified lives. Today, Friendship Community Care provides therapeutic services to over 2,500 pediatric and adult consumers across Arkansas. These services include physical, occupational and speech therapies, behavioral health, autism-specific programming, community living, transportation, job training, developmental preschools and adult day treatment centers.
Last Call for ATU Foundation Scholarship Applications for Local Students
Arkansas Tech University (ATU) students can apply for more than 400 scholarships for the 2024-25 academic year until Friday, March 1. These scholarships are provided by the ATU Foundation and can be applied for online. Students should ensure their applications are complete as new scholarships are available.
Conway Co. QC approves jail fee agreement with Menifee, tables Med-Tech request for eclipse funding
The Conway County Quorum Court has approved an interlocal agreement with the City of Menifee that calls for a daily fee of $54.83 to be made by the city to the county for each city inmate detained at the Conway County Detention Center. Fee assessment agreements are already in place with the cities of Morrilton, Plumerville and Oppelo that enable the county to offset the cost it incurs to house municipal inmates at the jail...
Russellville City Council to Discuss Solid Waste and Habitability Standards
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT INFORMATION City of Russellville Debi Headley 479.968.2098 City Council Work Session RUSSELLVILLE, ARKANSAS – February 2024. Mayor Teague and the City Council will meet to discuss solid waste and habitability standards: Where: City Hall, First Floor Conference Room When: Tuesday, February 27th Time: 5:30 p.m.Visit here for more details.
Celebrate ATU Music in Little Rock: Two-Day Event Featuring Local Talent and Guest Artists
Arkansas Tech University (ATU) will host a two-day event to celebrate its Department of Music on March 9 and 10 in Little Rock. The event will highlight the department's past, present, and future. On the first day, ATU music faculty will perform at the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum. Tickets, which include food and drinks, cost $50.
#theGAC MEN’S AND WOMEN’S BASKETBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK (WEEK 14)
RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. – The Great American Conference announced the women’s and men’s basketball players of the week for the penultimate week of the 2023-24 season. Arkansas Tech’s Taelon Peter and Southeastern Oklahoma State’s Kody Clouet shared the men’s honor while Northwestern Oklahoma State’s Faith Simpson earned the women’s accolade.
ACED It: Academic team wins championship following undefeated season
For the first time in at least 15 years, the ACE team won the Academic Team County Tournament on Wednesday against their longtime rivals, Atkins High School. The team eked out a 196-188 win after three lead changes and a 172-172 tie late in the game. “It seemed like after...
ATU-Ozark Reports 11.6% Rise in Spring Enrollment, Benefiting Local Community
Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus (ATU-Ozark) has seen an 11.6 percent increase in spring enrollment from the previous year, with 1,676 students enrolled in spring 2024 compared to 1,502 in spring 2023. Richard Harris, ATU-Ozark chief student officer, suggests this increase is due to the university's academic programs, affordable tuition, and financial aid.
Hundreds to marry at 'Elope at the Eclipse' event in Arkansas
RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. — Hundreds of couples will get married during thetotal eclipse at a park in Arkansas. Russellville, which is a little under 80 miles outside of Little Rock, will host more than 200 couples at the city's soccer complex. They're planning to say their "I Dos" as the moon blots out the sun overhead on April 8, 2024.