Showcasing four quarters of impressive play on the hardwood, the Hope Bobkittens ninth grade hoop squad dismantled the Malvern Cubs 49-32 last Thursday at Jones Field House Gymnasium.
The Hope Bobcat hoopsters hit the hardwood this week to prepare for the 2013-14 basketball season during intense practice sessions at Jones Field House Gymnasium.
After submitting one of the most inspirational stories in a national contest presented by the NFL called “Together We Make Football,” the journey of Hope native Nate Carter has been chosen in the top 10 among over 5,000 entires in the nation.
Christmas and Candlelight at Historic Washington State Park will offer two evenings of Christmas season music and special holiday events combined for a unique Christmas experience in the only working 19th Century village in the Arkansas State Parks...
JOHANNESBURG — Nelson Mandela, who became one of the world's most beloved statesmen and a colossus of the 20th century when he emerged from 27 years in prison to negotiate an end to white minority rule in South Africa, has died. He was 95....
Facts about anti-apartheid activist/former South African President Nelson Mandela, who died today at age 95.
Continuing their dominance on the hardwood, the Blevins Hornets rolled to a 11-0 record after taking down the Genoa Central Dragons, 53-28 Tuesday night on the road.
Making another huge statement on the hardwood after the Thanksgiving break, the Spring Hill Lady Bears pulled out an impressive 36 point win over class 5A bound Magnolia Lady Panthers 56-20 in non-conference play Tuesday night at Spring Hill Gymnasium.
The Lions Club Christmas Auction is just hours away. Are you excited, yet?
Hope's very own Jazz Cats from Hope High School and a Hope native, Les Pack, will be joining the University of Arkansas at Monticello Jazz Ensemble on Thursday night at Hempstead Hall.
The Hope Ladycats and JV Ladycats debuted their season home openers on the hardwood at Jones Field House Tuesday night hosting New Boston Lady Lions for non-conference basketball action.
A planned facilities expansion at the University of Arkansas Community College at Hope outreach campus in Texarkana has been approved by the University of Arkansas System Board of Trustees.
Employee support for the educational scholarship foundation at the University of Arkansas Community College at Hope continues to grow, as UACCH Chancellor Chris Thomason has announced 89 percent participation in the UACCH Bridge Builders program by...
As many say all good things sometimes come to an end. Sadly for the 2013 5A South Conference Champs and No.1 seed Hope Bobcats, their dream season and quest of winning the class 5A state title came to an end last Friday night at Hammons Stadium.
University of Arkansas head football coach Bret Bielema met with members of the media this week to recap the team's game with Mississippi State and preview this today's rivalry road matchup against LSU.
The services that are provided by Hope in Action 1 and Hope in Action 2 are appreciated by those who utilize their aid and the directors of the organizations are also thankful for being able to provide help to those who need it.
Had Benjamin Franklin gotten his way, there would be no plump turkey legs, no giblet gravy, and no turkey sandwiches at Thanksgiving; because Franklin wanted the wild turkey named the national bird, and one doesn't eat the national bird.
One of the premier events of the holiday season in Arkansas happens eight miles down U. S. Highway 278 from Hope.
Continuing their shine on the hardwood, the Blevins Hornets now move to 10-0 after an impressive win against the Bradley Bears 76-48 on the road last Thursday night for non-conference hoops.
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