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Ark. man accused of kidnapping girlfriend, making terroristic threat

HELENA-WEST HELENA, Ark. (WMC) - An Arkansas man is behind bars in Phillips County Jail after he allegedly kidnapped his girlfriend and threatened to shoot people. Helena-West Helena Police Department says officers responded to a domestic disturbance Monday on Kentucky Street where 21-year-old Kylen Barksdale threatened to kill multiple people and kidnapped his 26-year-old girlfriend before leaving the residence in her vehicle.
PHILLIPS COUNTY, AR
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UA reps visit PCCUA-Helena

Representatives of the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville were on the Helena campus today visiting with PCCUA administrators and staff and representatives of all Phillips County school districts about an opportunity for working paraprofessionals with an associate’s degree to work toward a bachelor’s degree, which is 100% online. Applications deadlines are July 1 for fall start and Nov. 1 for spring start. For info: 800-952-1165.
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Arkansas county corrects ballot typo on candidate's name

An Arkansas county has corrected ballots that misidentified Senate hopeful Jake Bequette as “Jack." A judge on Friday declined to dismiss the lawsuit that Bequette filed against election officials over the errors on ballots in Craighead and Phillips counties. Judge Mackie Pierce said he considered the issue moot since Craighead County corrected the error Thursday and Phillips County was working to fix it.
ARKANSAS COUNTY, AR
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Arkansas county corrects ballot typo on U.S. Senate candidate Bequette’s name

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — An Arkansas county has corrected ballots that misidentified Senate hopeful Jake Bequette as “Jack.”. A judge on Friday declined to dismiss the lawsuit that Bequette filed against election officials over the errors on ballots in Craighead and Phillips counties. Judge Mackie Pierce said he considered the issue moot since Craighead County corrected the error Thursday and Phillips County was working to fix it.
ARKANSAS COUNTY, AR