After building an elevator to access an upstairs room and through reaching out to younger members of the community, the Bauxite Historical Association is revamping and updating the Bauxite Museum in the town that helped the nation win a world war.
Some people might think Susan Humphries of Hot Springs is very old school. As director of National League of Junior Cotillions chapters throughout the Tri-Lakes Edition coverage area, and also in Conway and Texarkana, she teaches manners to children.
As members of the Lady Leopards basketball team at Malvern High School open the season in search of their third Class 4A state championship in three years, they know they will be playing their last season in the Bill Hunt Field House.
ARKADELPHIA — An event-filled weekend at Henderson State University attracted costumed children, football fans, parents of HSU students, veterans groups and military personnel to the campus Friday night and Saturday.
When the dance, music and art classes of the Artchurch Studio in Hot Springs moved out of the old Haven United Methodist Church to the Dryden Pottery building, a block down Whittington Street in Hot Springs, it was like a dream come true for the organization.