Arkansas StateCleburne County Sun-Times

Arkansas wildlife officers alarmed by increase in turkey hunting violations

LITTLE ROCK — With just over 7,000 wild turkeys checked in Arkansas this spring, it’s no secret that hunting was a challenge for many in The Natural State. Some couldn’t play by the rules, resulting in an alarming trend noticed by wildlife officers whose business is catching those who cut corners and prevent honest hunters from seeing increased turkey harvest numbers.
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Arkansas wildlife officers alarmed by increase in turkey hunting violations

LITTLE ROCK – With just over 7,000 wild turkeys checked in Arkansas this spring, it’s no secret that hunting was a challenge for many in The Natural State. Some couldn’t play by the rules, resulting in an alarming trend noticed by wildlife officers whose business is catching those who cut corners and prevent honest hunters from seeing increased turkey harvest numbers.
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Arkansas dog ‘Razzle’ missing for 10 years found in California; family overjoyed

McRAE, Ark. (KARK) – A dog named Razzle disappeared from his Arkansas home more than ten years ago. While his family kept him in their hearts, they had no idea what might have happened to their beloved pooch — until they received a phone call recently from 1,900 miles away in California. They’re now anxiously awaiting an emotional reunion a decade after the disappearance.
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Arkansas wildlife officers alarmed by increase in turkey hunting violations

LITTLE ROCK — With just over 7,000 wild turkeys checked in Arkansas this spring, it’s no secret that hunting was a challenge for many in The Natural State. Some couldn’t play by the rules, resulting in an alarming trend noticed by wildlife officers whose business is catching those who cut corners and prevent honest hunters from seeing increased turkey harvest numbers.
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Arkansas StateStuttgart Daily Leader

While cicadas grab headlines east of the Mississippi, activity in Arkansas remains low

LITTLE ROCK — To see, hear or read the national news, one could be forgiven for thinking cicadas were the new national pastime, or possibly an invading force. And for some areas east of the Mississippi River, they nearly are. Brood X cicadas — millions upon millions of them — have emerged in more than a dozen eastern states after 17 years underground, the sounds of their mating calls nearly drowning out all else.
Arkansas Stateagfc.com

Arkansas wildlife officers alarmed by increase in turkey hunting violations

LITTLE ROCK — With just over 7,000 wild turkeys checked in Arkansas this spring, it’s no secret that hunting was a challenge for many in The Natural State. Some couldn’t play by the rules, resulting in an alarming trend noticed by wildlife officers whose business is catching those who cut corners and prevent honest hunters from seeing increased turkey harvest numbers.
Faulkner County, ARfaulknercountyreports.com

Let’s Get Good Info To Decide Animal Shelter Proposal

It’s a $1.4 million project that would take over 80% of all the funds we’ve accumulated over all these years — and we have two weeks to decide?. That’s where we are today with County Judge Jim Baker’s negotiated proposal for a county animal shelter on the “Through the Years” flea market property.
Arkansas StateComplex

Over 200 Cats Rescued from ‘Filthy’ Conditions in Arkansas and New Jersey

More than 100 cats were rescued from a New Jersey home after they were found living in “filthy” conditions. The animals were discovered living in squalor in a South Bound Brook, New Jersey house on Canal Road. The cats were all malnourished and suffered from other health problems when police responded. A neighbor had called police to report a foul odor coming from the residence and found many cats living in filth. Some of the animals were even living inside walls, and authorities had to wear oxygen tanks as they prowled the residence because of the conditions.
Cabot, ARArkansas Online

Pet of the week

Who isn’t immediately drawn to big, fluffy cats? Katarina and Baghera are two sisters who are looking for a home where they can be together. Katarina is more outgoing and will ask for attention/love while Baghera is comfortable watching from afar. Both girls were raised outside (Baghera is reportedly a fantastic huntress) but are transitioning well to being indoor cats.