Monthly Archives: November 2011

Snow in forecast for eastern Arkansas

Snow is in the forecast for northeast and east-central Arkansas, reports the Associated Press. The National Weather Service says a low pressure system meeting with cold air may drop snow late Monday and early Tuesday from Brinkley to Jonesboro. Heavier snowfall is … Continue reading

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MHS plans blood drive this week

The Magnolia High School Student Council and students in the Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) program will work with Life Share Blood Centers to sponsor a blood drive on Thursday and Friday, November 17-18.  The blood drive will be held in … Continue reading

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SAU issues press release on recovery of horses, press conference

Officials have confirmed the recovery and return of four out of five horses stolen nearly two weeks ago from Southern Arkansas University’s Mulerider Stables. One  horse remains missing, and the search is continuing. At a news conference Wednesday morning, SAU … Continue reading

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SAU announces four of five missing horses found

Southern Arkansas University Police Chief Eric Plummer announced the safe return of four of the five horses that were stolen almost two weeks

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SAU wins first-round match

The Southern Arkansas University Lady Muleriders won their opening-round match of the 2011 Great American Conference volleyball tournament, defeating Southeastern Oklahoma State University 3-1 at Tucker Coliseum on the campus of Arkansas Tech University. The tournament is the first

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SAU: Some stolen equipment recovered, horses not yet found

JUST RELEASED BY SOUTHERN ARKANSAS UNIVERSITY: Law enforcement officials in Oklahoma have recovered some of the items stolen from Southern Arkansas University’s Mulerider Stables on Wednesday, Nov. 2. Deputies from the McCurtain County Sheriff’s Department recovered some of the saddles, … Continue reading

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Longtime MHS coach, athletic director passes away

Don Hubbard, 73, longtime head coach and athletic director at Magnolia High School, passed away Thurs., Nov. 10, at Magnolia Regional Medical Center in Magnolia. A graveside service is planned for 1 p.m., Sat., Nov. 12, at Memorial Park Cemetery … Continue reading

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Albemarle’s Board of Directors chairman to retire Feb. 1

Mark C. Rohr, executive chairman of Albemarle Corp.’s board of directors, will retire effective Feb. 1, the AP reports. Baton Rouge-based Albemarle also said Monday board member Jim W. Nokes was elected its non-executive chairman, also effective Feb. 1, and that … Continue reading

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AP: Duggars expecting 20th child in April

TLC reality show “19 Kids and Counting” may soon need a new name, reports the Associated Press. Arkansas couple Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar appeared with their burgeoning clan on NBC’s “Today” show Tuesday and announced they are expecting their 20th … Continue reading

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SAU Rodeo Photos

Freelance photographer Aaron Morris covered all the action at the Columbia County Fairgrounds Thursday night during the 31st annual Southern Arkansas University Rodeo. The rodeo continues both Friday and Saturday night, beginning at 7:00 p.m. (View more photos by clicking … Continue reading

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