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.
A meeting that concerned Career Academies at Hope High School was met with overall positive reaction recently at the Hope High School auditorium, according to coordinator and Hope High School Assistant Principal Mike Spraggins.
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 system.
The only insurance company which the federal Affordable Care Act will allow to sell health insurance in the 11 counties in the Southwest Arkansas Rating Area is attempting to take the confusion out of the new law.
After discussing the major issues involved in the proposed 2014 Hempstead County budget at its November meeting, the Hempstead County Quorum Court fleshed out the details in a special session Monday night and adopted the new fiscal road map.
A fiscal 2014 budget for the City of Hope which proposes a $1,000 raise for city employees and some hefty capital expenditures in city enterprise funds will get its first full review Tuesday night by the Hope City Board of Directors.
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 college faculty and staff.
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.
As is tradition, football is the most popular and loved sport to enjoy after a delicious Thanksgiving Day meal, sitting on the couch to watch some of the historic professional teams showcase magic for America.
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.
Prices for regular grade gasoline in the Hope area have kept pace with a fickle statewide average, but remain well below the national average per gallon as the Thanksgiving holiday travel season arrives.
Top offense vs. Top defense will be showcased this Friday night. Now with one battle left before the Cats to hopefully officially return to the Rock to compete for the class 5A state title at War Memorial, the Bobcats (10-2) will host the Morrilton Devil Dogs (10-2) in the semifinals this Friday at Hammons Stadium.
Through a recent donation to the University of Arkansas Community College at Hope Foundation, AEP-Southwestern Electric Power Co. has provided five new nontraditional scholarships for the Spring 2014 semester.
Old Man Winter took a big swing at Southwest Arkansas overnight as a moisture-laden storm which has already slowed parts of the Southwestern U.S. to a crawl threatened to freeze Hempstead County with icy weather.
Hempstead County employees got a one-time bonus Thursday night, thanks, in large part, to the financial acumen of the folks at the University of Arkansas Community College at Hope, and a robust Hempstead County economy.
An Ozan man who opened fire on a state trooper during a March, 2012, traffic stop near the Hempstead/Howard counties line waived trial here Monday and pled guilty to two felony charges resulting from the gunfight.