AEDC Commentary: Arkansas named one of top 10 moving destinations in United States

AEDC Commentary: Arkansas named one of top 10 moving destinations in United States

Little Rock, Ark. – Arkansas has been named one of the top 10 states to which people are now moving. Max My Money, an online financial education website, listed Arkansas as the no. 10 state that more people are moving to in its recent “States People Are Leaving (And Where They’re Going)” article. According to…

Flying Fortress Flyover: Historical B-17 provided unique historical airshow for Bradley County Monday

Flying Fortress Flyover: Historical B-17 provided unique historical airshow for Bradley County Monday

Those who were fortunate enough to be outside Monday morning around 10:30 a.m. were treated to a truly unique experience, as the beautiful blue sky above Warren was pierced by the roar of an historical icon, when the World War II B-17 Flying Fortress Bomber, Texas Raiders(N7227C), flew directly over downtown just 4,700 ft. in…

Arkansas’s Buffalo National River celebrates 50th anniversary as part of the National Park Service

Arkansas’s Buffalo National River celebrates 50th anniversary as part of the National Park Service

With more than 800,000 visitors a year, the Buffalo National River is one of the leading tourist destinations in Arkansas. This year, the Buffalo National River celebrates its 50th anniversary as a unit of the National Park Service. Former Congressman John Paul Hammerschmidt and former Senators J. William Fulbright and John L. McClellan introduced the…

Arkansas Department of Agriculture kicks off Arkansas Farmer’s Market Week

Arkansas Department of Agriculture kicks off Arkansas Farmer’s Market Week

As summer begins in the Natural State, many Arkansans will turn to farmer’s markets for fresh produce and other farm products to feed their families nutritious meals. To recognize the efforts of local growers and markets, Arkansas Secretary of Agriculture Wes Ward delivered Governor Asa Hutchinson’s proclamation of June 12-18 as Arkansas Farmer’s Market Week.…

Meeting the 2022 Bradley County Farm Family of the Year, Jason and Laura West of West Oak Farms

Meeting the 2022 Bradley County Farm Family of the Year, Jason and Laura West of West Oak Farms

Laura West has been a member of three Bradley County Farm Families of the Year. Her grandparents, Mary and Eugene Hamilton, and her father, Terry Don Pritchard, were previous recipients of the title. She is a current recipient, along with her husband, Jason West, and daughters Landen, 19, and Paisley, 13, who operate West Oak…

We need an outpouring of the Holy Spirit today as much as the early church needed it in the beginning! Acts 1:4,5. Acts 4:31

We need an outpouring of the Holy Spirit today as much as the early church needed it in the beginning! Acts 1:4,5. Acts 4:31

Several million members of the church are to be recalled because they are not performing properly. Symptoms include frequent missing, lack of power and poor adaptation to rough roads. Regular maintenance should have prevented most difficulties. Sadly, many only come in for maintenance when a major breakdown has occurred and, therefore, it is difficult for…

New UA Press Book Highlights Memories of Jerome, Rohwer Internees

New UA Press Book Highlights Memories of Jerome, Rohwer Internees

Special to the Saline River Chronicle FAYETTEVILLE – A very interesting first-person look at the Japanese-American Internment Camps in Southeast Arkansas has been published by the University of Arkansas Press.  “Jerome and Rohwer: Memories of Japanese American Internment In World War II Arkansas,” edited by Walter M. Imahara and David E. Meltzer, is a 228-page…

Prejudice

Prejudice

After the Israelites were deported by the Assyrians in 722 BC, the Assyrians relocated captives from other countries to the land of Israel. Their descendants became the Samaritans. These people worshipped many gods and eventually attempted to include God among those they worshipped. The Israelites despised the Samaritans. The shortest route from Jerusalem to Galilee…

Adopted

Adopted

In 2021 there were more than four hundred thousand children in the United States foster care. Many of those kids were unable to return to their families and were waiting to be adopted. These children spend about three years in foster care before they become eligible for adoption, but they can wait up to ten…

Master Gardeners virtual auction offers garden gifts and more

Master Gardeners virtual auction offers garden gifts and more

LITTLE ROCK — Supporting beautification and landscape projects across Arkansas while scoring some good shopping deals is as simple as participating in this year’s Master Gardeners virtual auction, opening May 13. The auction is part of the annual Master Gardener State Conference taking place May 19-21 in Springdale, Arkansas. The virtual auction opens at noon…

Warren native, Harvey Donegan, topic of 81st Arkansas Historical Association Session recently

Warren native, Harvey Donegan, topic of 81st Arkansas Historical Association Session recently

Special to the Saline River Chronicle A very esoteric look at New York’s Avant guard lifestyles by the collection and writings of former Bradley County resident was a part of the 81st Annual Meeting of the Arkansas Historical Association last week. The AHA met on Zoom for the 20-minute scholarly presentations in lieu of meeting in…