Jonathan Abbott Honored with the Spirit of Independence County Award

Jonathan Abbott Supervisor of City of Batesville Landscaping was honored with the Spirit of Independence County Award. In January, the Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce honored amazing individuals with a surprise, on behalf of community sponsors, to say thank you for their impact within our … [Read more...]

Large-Scale COVID Vaccination Clinic in Searcy for March 2, 2021

SEARCY, AR., – March 1, 2021 –The Large Scale Vaccination Clinic will be held on Tuesday, March 2nd from 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. at Fellowship Bible Church’s new location 1009 E. Beebe Capps Expressway in Searcy. Arkansans ages 65 and older who have not yet received their first dose of the vaccine are … [Read more...]

Arkansas State Parks Announce Return to Regular Hours for Park Visitor Centers

(LITTLE ROCK, Ark.) – Due to the health emergency brought on by COVID-19, many facilities at Arkansas State Parks have had reduced hours and limited occupancy for the past year. Beginning Monday, March 1, 2021, park visitor centers and museums will again have regular hours for … [Read more...]

Spring Ozark Folk School Scheduled in Mountain View

Mountain View - Connect with the artisan inside yourself in the creative space of the Ozark Folk Center State Park in beautiful Mountain View, Arkansas. While craft classes are taught year-around, we dedicate a special week for the creative focus of Spring Ozark Folk School.  Held this year … [Read more...]

One year of COVID-19: Americans continue stepping up to address urgent needs

ST. LOUIS — One year since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic, people have stepped up to address the emotional needs of families reeling from the coronavirus and 2020’s record-breaking disasters. For nearly 80 years, U.S. presidents have proclaimed March as Red Cross Month to … [Read more...]

Senator John Boozman Boozman: Follow Arkansas’s Example to Safely Reopen Schools

 U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-AR) urged returning students to in-person classroom instruction nationwide and highlighted the success of Arkansas as an effective model of how it can be done safely. “Arkansas is setting the example. The Natural State can be proud of the teachers, … [Read more...]

Searcy COVID Vaccine Event available to Arkansans 65 years+ Partnership between Unity Health and AFMC

Unity Health along with Arkansas Foundation for Medical Care (AFMC) are pleased to partner on a three-day COVID-19 vaccine event. Arkansans 65 years and older can participate at no charge. They will receive the first vaccine this week and the second dose in the coming weeks. About one thousand shots … [Read more...]

The COVID “blues:” King Biscuit Blues Festival

In March 2020, life changed in Arkansas. Events were cancelled. Social distancing became the norm. Yet plans for the annual King Biscuit Blues Festival continued, as organizers hoped life would return to normal by October. Historic Helena’s King Biscuit Blues Festival, held annually in October, … [Read more...]

Timeless 106.1 KFFB on Location Saturday at Nichols Realty Express in Higden

Join Timeless 106.1 KFFB this Saturday as we’ll be broadcasting live from 10:30 am till 1:30 pm, at Nichols Realty Express 7648 Edgemont Rd, in Higden, during their Open House Grand Opening from 11 till 4 and Ribbon Cutting to be held at 12 noon, Nichols Realty will provide lunch. Nichols Realty … [Read more...]

Cotton Statement on Confirmation of Tom Vilsack

Washington, D.C. — Senator Tom Cotton (R-Arkansas) released the following statement after the confirmation of Tom Vilsack as the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture: “Arkansas’s farmers, ranchers, and foresters need a USDA Secretary who will advocate for them through decreased regulations, … [Read more...]