Breaking ground for PRHS TIMES photograph by Annette Beard
Pea Ridge Christmas Parade 2018 The annual Christmas parade is sponsored by Beta Alpha.
Reigning beauties serve at Lighting Ceremony TIMES photographs by Annette Beard
City waives fees for Habitat for Humanity A Habitat for Humanity house is being constructed in town and city officials agreed to waive the impact fees for the building during the regular City Council meeting Nov. 20. by Annette Beard
NEBCO Fire-EMS Dept. Sunday, Nov. 25
Pea Ridge Fire-EMS Dept. Callout logs Nov. 26 through Dec. 2, 2018
Pea Ridge Police Dept. Warrants:
Newspaper office to move The Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette newsroom in Springdale will move into the paper's main office at 212 N. East Ave. in Fayetteville. by staff reports
Blackhawk Basketball Schedule Thursday, Dec. 6-Saturday, Dec. 8
O'Dell signs for baseball Blackhawk senior Tyler O'Dell signed a letter of intent to play college baseball at Allen Community College in Iola, Kansas. by Annette Beard
BASKETBALL: Blackhawks defeat hosts to win tourney Boys results
Blackhawk basketball teams highly ranked to start season The Blackhawk boys and girls basketball teams have rolled to a collective 15-3 start to their 2018-2019 hardwood seasons, and have gained lofty ranking positions in the process.
Eight-grade Blackhawk basketball TIMES photograph by Annette Beard
Blackhawk cagers sweep Golden Arrow Tournament Heath Neal's Lady 'Hawks and Trent Loyd's Blackhawks swept through the field of the 2018 Golden Arrow Basketball Tournament to claim a pair of championships in Lavaca last week. by John McGee
Tournament time and other things The boys and girls Blackhawk basketball teams are in Lavaca this week for the Golden Arrows Tournament.
Correction Senior Blackhawk Nick Coble, who scored 30 points in the game Tuesday, Nov. 13, is No. 21. His number was printed incorrectly in a cutline in last week's edition. The TIMES apologizes for the error.
Are you bragging? or complaining? "Are you bragging or complaining?"
Santa Claus is coming to town I notice that people all around are beginning to decorate for Christmas and Santa Claus has already made a brief stop in Pea Ridge.
Task force working until last minute LITTLE ROCK -- The Arkansas Tax Reform and Relief Legislative Task Force is working until the proverbial last minute to finalize a package of recommendations for the regular session of the legislature, which begins Jan. 14.
Be an angel -- pick up a paper angel today Paper angels.
Holiday fruit punch Holiday Fruit Punch
Community group homes provides alternative for troubled adolescents LITTLE ROCK -- Every year Arkansas judges send about 350 youths into state custody. Some are sent to a secure lockup and some to a less restrictive environment, such as a group home.
Pea Ridge High School Alumni are grateful Only since 2007 have we been organized as a Pea Ridge High School Alumni Association, but of course Pea Ridge High Schoolers have been graduating and becoming High School Alumni for much longer. The Pea Ridge Public High School began in 1916, when the old Masonic College closed its doors and deeded the school property to the Pea Ridge Public Schools.
Today's volunteers are tomorrow's leaders With more participants than ever, the Pea Ridge High School Blackhawk Ambassadors are gaining momentum in their efforts to create a positive student environment at school. By focusing on showing respect, developing empathy and celebrating diversity, the ambassadors work to collectively support the student body and their local community. They are tasked with being helpful, friendly faces were new and current students, as well as leaders inside and outside the classroom. Created only four years ago, with only four students, the program has grown exponentially as the students' passions for their school and community have flourished.