Ruddick was grand marshal Former Gunners Mate Chief Petty Officer John Ruddick, a 1964 graduate of Pea Ridge High School and a Vietnam War veteran, was the grand marshal of the 2019 Veterans Parade.
High school band places 4th in 4A State marching contest The Pea Ridge High School Marching Band completed its fall marching season on Monday, Nov. 4t, in War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock. The band competed in the A.S.B.O.A. State Marching Contest in class 4A and placed fourth out of 28 bands. by Matt McCool Special to the TIMES
Students honor veterans' service Silence fell over the crowd of students and veterans from several branches of the United States military -- Army, Marines, Navy and Air Force -- as "Taps," played by Layton Powell, resounded through the gym Monday at the end of the Veterans Assembly hosted by students of Pea Ridge High School Monday, Nov. 11. by Annette Beard
Avoca Fire Dept. Tuesday, Nov. 5
NEBCO Fire-EMS Dept. Sunday, Nov. 3
Pea Ridge Fire-EMS Dept. Saturday, Nov. 2
Club news Stitched With Love
City to wrangle budgets Evaluating expenses and revenue, contemplating other sources of revenue and accommodating growth, city officials have been working on the 2020 budget, cutting expenses, and trying to meet the needs of a growing city. by Annette Beard
Hawks lose a tough one in season finale, 28-26 In a game of very evenly matched teams, Shiloh made just fewer enough mistakes to squeak by the Blackhawks by a 28-26 count. by John McGee
Mann added phsychology doctorate to better meet athletes' needs Always on the sidelines with her black pouch of first-aid equipment, Jaime Mann keeps a close eye on Blackhawk athletes and coaches. by Annette Beard
Blackhawks to host Jackrabbits Lonoke at Pea Ridge by Staff Reports
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The quest to state begins This Friday, the Pea Ridge Blackhawks led by Stephen Neal, will launch into the 2019 4A State Football playoffs by hosting the Lonoke Jackrabbits of the 4A-2 District. by John McGee
Hawks explode on Tigers, win game 47-14 Most games when a team runs twice as many plays as their opposition and piles up more yardage, that team usually wins. by John McGee
Hawk runners fare well! Photograph courtesy of Melissa Meyers
Recipes Pork Tenderloins With Sage-Crumb Coating
Growing up with music around us I grew up with music all around me.
Legislators work diligently on funding education LITTLE ROCK -- Adequately funding public schools is one of the most complex, time-consuming and important duties of the legislature.
Veteran: He received far more than he gave Veteran's Day, celebrated last weekend with a parade in downtown Pea Ridge and on Monday with an assembly in the High School, was a warm fuzzy for me for multiple reasons. It is the kind of reminder of our nation's heritage and the Spirit of America that makes all of us proud to salute the Stars and Stripes. by Leo Lynch
OPINION: College attendance continues decline LITTLE ROCK -- The Higher Education Coordinating Board heard a disappointing report about the continuing decline in the number of Arkansas high school graduates who go on to college.
Politicians should try to work together There will be many barrels of printer's ink bought and used to print newspapers before we know who will be the official political parties' candidates for presidential nomination next year. by Leo Lynch
Looking for Fall I've been looking for Fall, and without much luck. It seems the weather jumped from summertime heat to winter cold, and Mother Nature apparently forgot my favorite season. I always look forward to the Fall season of moderating temperatures and the winding down of the lawn mowing regimen.
Recipes Taco Stew
Failure revisited It is easy to think that in times of failure God is not with you. But that is not so. by Dr. Scott Stewart Columnist
Church news Boundless Grace
RELIGION: 'O LORD, correct me, but with judgment' "O LORD, correct me, but with judgment; not in thine anger, lest thou bring me to nothing." Jeremiah 10:24 by Randy Moll
RELIGION: Making mistakes is common to all Everyone makes mistakes, both big and small. Did you do poorly on an exam because you didn't study enough? Did you hurt a friend's feelings by saying the wrong thing? Or maybe you left the shower on and flooded your bathroom. I bet you won't do that again. We all need to make these kinds of mistakes in order to learn from them. by Dr. Scott Stewart Columnist
Church news Boundless Grace Baptist Church
RELIGION: The Fifth Seal Opened "And when he had opened the fifth seal, I saw under the altar the souls of them that were slain for the word of God, and for the testimony which they held: And they cried with a loud voice, saying, How long, O Lord, holy and true, dost thou not judge and avenge our blood on them that dwell on the earth? And white robes were given unto every one of them; and it was said unto them, that they should rest yet for a little season, until their fellowservants also and their brethren, that should be killed as they were, should be fulfilled." Revelation 6:9-11 by Randy Moll