Pea Ridge man arrested after shooting PEA RIDGE — Police arrested a man today in connection with his son’s shooting by Staff report
Gardening, quilting keep her busy Woodrow Wilson was president. The first World War had just ended. Prohibition began. Women were given the right to vote. Cars had been invented but were not common in the rural Ozark communities. by Annette Beard
Cell tower pondered Erecting a cell tower on city property on the north side of town may provide additional revenue for the Fire Department, according to Mayor Jackie Crabtree, who has been corresponding with representatives from Verizon since mid-February. by Annette Beard
Design home, garden improvements to benefit wildlife, birds When it comes to changing the world, your own backyard is a great place to start. As you make home improvements, consider their potential to benefit local wildlife that travel in and around your property. by StatePoint Special to The TIMES
Get more bang for buck with these spring home improvements The warmer weather means it's time to start thinking about home improvement projects. Whether you're getting your home in tip-top shape for your own enjoyment, or getting it ready to put on the market, not all home improvement projects are created equal when it comes to return on investment (ROI). Here are top areas on which to focus: by StatePoint Special to The TIMES
Upgrading homes with new tech New technology has the power to make homes safer, more comfortable and better suited to a family's needs. by StatePoint Special to The TIMES
Beef cattle health paramount to success For cattle to reach their performance potential, they must be healthy. Therefore, a sound herd health program is a must in today's competitive beef production program. by Special to The TIMES
NEBCO Fire-EMS Dept. Sunday, April 7
VOTE: Pea Ridge Spring Sports player of the week VOTE: Pea Ridge's Harmony Reynolds for the Spring Sports Player of the Week.
'Hawks add to their hardware haul at Gravette GRAVETTE -- The Blackhawk varsity track squads went into competition at the Gravette Invitational last week with one arm tied behind their back. by John McGee
Jr. boys, girls capture double titles WEST FORK -- The Pea Ridge junior high track teams took both team titles withe the girls hanging on for a narrow 158-156.5 win over West Fork with the boys besting second-place West Fork 162-128 for the championships. by John McGee
'Hawks diamond squads maintain Top 10 rankings The Blackhawk boys kept their No. 8 state ranking in the MaxPreps/CBS polls while the girls stay atop the 4A-1 with a 5-0 record. by John McGee
Avoca Fire Dept. Tuesday, April 9
Mooneyhan on top of Arkansas vaulters Cassidy Mooneyhan's 12-feet 6-inches jump at the National Guard Relays in Fayetteville Friday tied her with senior Edie Murray of Lake Hamilton to pace all high school women vaulters in the state. Only five vaulters have cleared 11'0" this season among all six classes.
VOTE: Pea Ridge Will Feemster for player of the week Pea Ridge Blackhawk senior Will Feemster has been nominated for Spring Sports Player of the Week.
Trackhawk Sr. boys, girls win two more championships With the construction getting underway for the new high school complex, it is hoped there will be a big enough display area for the mountain of track and field trophies that the Pea Ridge boys and girls teams are bringing home in 2019. by John McGee
City street names honor Battle combatants Editor's Note: The following is from Billie Jines' 1996 booklet, "The Streets of Pea Ridge." It has been updated to include new streets and those scheduled for future development.
Older people dealing with changing times One of the common conceptions of older people today seems to be that if the person is over 70 years old they are probably old-fashioned, resistant to change, and out of touch with the times. Since I crossed that 70-year-old line a few years back, I want to react to that idea.
Legislature ends session LITTLE ROCK -- The legislature completed the 2019 regular session after finalizing a balanced budget of about $5.75 billion in general revenue for next fiscal year. That is about $124 million more than will be spent during the current year.
"Is It New, or Old?" Going to fetch a pail of water Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water. Jack fell down, and broke his crown, and Jill came tumbling after. by Jerry Nichols
State of the City Editor's note: The State of the City by Mayor Jackie Crabtree is continued from the March 27 edition of The TIMES. by Mayor Jackie Crabtree
Information on lethal injection drugs not public LITTLE ROCK -- The Correction Department will keep secret any records about lethal injection and carrying out the death penalty, under a bill that exempts those records from the state Freedom of Information Act.
Street names from history Editor's Note: The following is from Billie Jines' 1996 booklet, "The Streets of Pea Ridge." It has been updated to include new streets and those scheduled for future development.