22nd Annual Alzheimer’s Arkansas Walk in Little Rock

We invite you to join us on as we walk to raise awareness about Alzheimer’s disease (AD). AD affects approximately 75,000 Arkansans and is the most common form of dementia. This year our theme for the Walk is “Caregiver’s Count”, and we think that it says what we’re all about. Too often, caregivers … [Read more...]

The Radio Industry Remembers An Icon Casey Kasem

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The Radio Industry Remembers An Icon Casey Kasem, the legendary radio personality who for many years hosted American Top 40, died Sunday morning at the age of 82. Kasem hosted American Top 40 and other popular countdown programs from 1970 until his retirement in 2009. Kerri Kasem made the … [Read more...]

PSA: Rotary Club of Heber Springs Now Taking Orders for Smoked Pork

Just in time for your 4th of July picnics!! The Rotary Club of Heber Springs is now taking orders for smoked pork butts. Cost is $35 and they will be available for pick up on Saturday morning, June 28th at 9:00 a.m., on the Eagle Bank parking lot. Contact Jim Robbins at 501-690-6643 to place your … [Read more...]

2nd Annual Clinton Music Festival to Benefit Van Buren County Literacy Council This Saturday June 14th

The Van Buren County Fair Association and the Van Buren County Literacy Council Benefit is hosting a Music Fest this Saturday, June 14th. The event will be held at the Van Buren County Fairgrounds from 11am to 8pm. Don't miss the 2nd Annual Clinton Music Festival, Free Admission. Gospel from 11:00 … [Read more...]

The June 10, 2014 Republican Primary Runoffs Winners are Swain and Rutledge

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The two winners in the June 10th primary runoffs are: Republican candidate for Cleburne County Sheriff Richard Swain and Republican candidate for Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge. The Unofficial numbers in the Cleburne County Sheriff Race with all being reported: Richard Swain, 1,313 and … [Read more...]

New Farmers Market in Batesville

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  A new farmer's market in Batesville, Arkansas will give this area a fun venue to find fresh, locally grown food and locally made handcrafts and works of art. Batesville Main Street Farmers Market will open in the Pocket Park on Batesville's historic Main Street the second Saturday in June, … [Read more...]

Griffin Amendment Prioritizes Pipeline Safety Over Federal Transit Administration Bureaucracy

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Reduces Washington bureaucracy to increase PHMSA funding ‘at no additional cost to hardworking taxpayers’   (click here to watch video of today’s floor action)   LITTLE ROCK – Congressman Tim Griffin (AR-02) issued the following statement after the House passed his amendment to … [Read more...]

Surf the Bay Friday and Saturday on Greers Ferry Lake at the Fairfield Bay Marina

Come get away and “Surf the Bay”!  It’s Arkansas’ Premier Watersport Festival this Friday and Saturday  on Greers Ferry Lake at the Fairfield Bay Marina! There will be  live entertainment, games for the kids, professional wake surfing demos, stand up paddle boards, cruises to Sugarloaf Mountain, … [Read more...]

Arkansas just had an earthquake at 3.8 2km SSE of Fairfield Bay

KFFB 106.1 weather team just confirmed that Arkansas just had an earthquake at 3.8 2km SSE of Fairfield Bay, Arkansas 6-4-2014 at 4:24 pm...let your friends and neighbors know! … [Read more...]

M*A*S*H (Medical Applications of Science for Health) camps will be held in communities throughout Arkansas this summer

M*A*S*H* camps set for area communities LITTLE ROCK — M*A*S*H (Medical Applications of Science for Health) camps will be held in communities throughout Arkansas this summer. A location change for UAMS South to Magnolia will allow the regional center to host camps at four facilities this … [Read more...]