Ace gives to veterans F.L. Davis Ace Hardware in Pea Ridge donated 250 flags to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8109 as part of the larger effort of Ace Hardware stores nationwide which is giving out one million American flags to the Veterans of Foreign Wars in honor of Fallen Heroes. by Staff Reports
You are the best you! "When we came to Pea Ridge, you guys were in the first grade," said Edwin Brewer, pastor of Assembly of God Church, Pea Ridge. by Annette Beard
School Board election results will be online Voters in Pea Ridge lined up for the doors to open at 7:30 Tuesday morning but several left without voting as a there was a delay in opening because the tablets used to check in voters were not connecting to wifi. The first voter checked in at 7:44 a.m. by Annette Beard
Community calendar Thursday, May 23
Honors, high honors scholars feted TIMES photograph by Annette Beard
Top honor students TIMES photograph by Annette Beard
NEBCO Fire-EMS Dept. Monday, May 13
Pea Ridge Fire-EMS Dept. Monday, May 13
Winn wins first heptathalon medal in school history Sophomore Blakelee Winn capped a stellar year in track and field by taking the school's first ever medal in the Arkansas State High School Decathlon/Heptathlon Championships held in Fayetteville last week. by John McGee
Spring Athletic Awards presented Athletic director Kevin Ramey thanked coaches, teachers, parents and student athletes for a great season as he opened the spring sports awards ceremony Tuesday, May 14. Ramey said Pea Ridge has good statistics with just under 14% of student athletes going to college to play sports, nearly twice the national average of 7%. by Annette Beard
Nothing beats class The world of sports is a many faceted thing -- the competition, the drive, the preparation, the camaradarie, the spectacle and all the things that one may think of when discussing the role of sports in American society. Not be overlooked is the chance to demonstrate class when involved in the sporting world.
Heptathlon results Day 1
Little 'Hawks sports camps set Basketball by Staff Reports
Cane's awards two TIMES photographs by Annette Beard
Winn brings balance FAYETTEVILLE -- Tai'sheka Porchia didn't look like someone who had just won the Arkansas high school girls heptathlon. by Henry Apple
Ready for baccalaureate TIMES photograph by Annette Beard
High-speed internet to be available for all LITTLE ROCK -- The goal of the new Arkansas State Broadband Plan, announced by the governor, is to make high-speed Internet access available to all communities of more than 500 people by the year 2022.
First Amendment Among the features peculiar to the political system of the United States, is the perfect equality of rights which it secures to every religious sect.
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"Is It New, or Old?" Remembering roads that used to be Sometime back one of the major car makers were promoting their new automobiles by using the phrase, "Travel New Roads!" by Jerry Nichols
Embrace the change graduation brings Commencement.
Career education, workforce training converged into one system LITTLE ROCK -- Job training and workforce education are offered by numerous government entities in Arkansas. That's part of the problem.
Many throw hats into presidential candidate ring If politics didn't make up so much of our lives through media sources, talking about our next presidential election would not matter at this point in time. The reality of life as we live it makes politics not only part of our conversation but television has a way of force-feeding it to us, like it or not. We are months away from the thing we might call "serious campaigning," but to those on the road getting their names and faces in front of the potential voters, it can be very serious business. If you are supporting one of the many Democrats who have tossed their hats into the pool of candidates, you probably want them on the front page of a magazine, a nationally recognized newspaper or on the television circuit. In yet another area for most busy Americans, other country's interest in our election is probably still a "ho-hum" situation. However, it is hard to ignore the possibility of actual Russian interest in our political outcome. by Leo Lynch
Going on 35 Going on 35. by Dr. Scott Stewart Columnist
Church news Boundless Grace Baptist Church
Church news Boundless Grace Baptist Church
Seek to exhibit the fruit of the Holy Spirit "By contrast, the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. There is no law against such things. And those who belong to Christ Jesus have crucified the flesh with its passions and desires. If we live by the Spirit, let us also be guided by the Spirit. Let us not become conceited, competing against one another, envying one another." Galatians 5:22-26 by Dr. Scott Stewart Columnist