Mainline Health Systems hires Shrum for new Women’s Clinic

Mainline Health Systems hires Shrum for new Women’s Clinic

MONTICELLO, Ark. – Mainline Health Systems has hired Dr. Kelly Shrum, D.O., as a OB/GYN provider for its new Women’s Clinic location. In his new role for the Women’s Clinic, Shrum will work to provide care that embodies the patient-first values which are vital to Mainline Health’s mission. He brings over two decades of experience…

GFWC Warren Woman’s Club members attend 125th Annual Spring Convention

GFWC Warren Woman’s Club members attend 125th Annual Spring Convention

GFWC members attended the GFWC of Arkansas 125 Annual Spring Convention on May 14th at the Delta Hotel Little Rock in Little Rock. Attending were Je Nelle Lipton, Judy Givson, Donna McGaha, and Diane Parnell Julianne Baker is pictured with GFWC of Arkansas Education and Libraries chairman, Judy Gibson. Julianne, daughter of Holly Tullos and…

UAM Golf: Sturaro Selected to All-GAC Second Team and Qualifies for Central Regional

UAM Golf: Sturaro Selected to All-GAC Second Team and Qualifies for Central Regional

The University of Arkansas at Monticello women’s golf team had one individual qualify for the 2022 NCAA Central Region Tournament. Chiara Sturaro will compete in the tournament on May 2-4 at the Hot Springs Country Club in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Sturaro is the first UAM individual to qualify for the Central Regional since Frida Rydberg…

Midlick named head women’s basketball coach

Midlick named head women’s basketball coach

MONTICELLO, Ark. – Today (April 19) Arkansas-Monticello’s Director of Athletics Hud Jackson announced the hiring of David Midlick as the new head women’s basketball coach. Midlick will lead Monticello’s program after coaching at both NCAA Division I and Division II levels. “We are extremely happy about our new Women’s Basketball Coach David Midlick.” said Jackson.…

May 11 event to provide matchmaking for buyers, minority-and women-owned businesses

May 11 event to provide matchmaking for buyers, minority-and women-owned businesses

LITTLE ROCK — New customers are the lifeblood of any business. A May 11 matchmaking event at Heifer International headquarters will provide minority- and women-owned businesses a chance to meet potential clients. The Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise Matchmaking Event runs from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. There is no cost to participate, but registration is required.…

Women’s History Month: Cooperative Extension Service celebrates service of women agents

Women’s History Month: Cooperative Extension Service celebrates service of women agents

LITTLE ROCK – For the month of March — Women’s History Month — the Cooperative Extension Service is recognizing the integral role women have played in fulfilling extension’s mission since its inception in 1914. The first girls’ canning clubs, started in 1912, gave way to home demonstration clubs that brought rural women together to share…

Arkansas wins regular season finale

Arkansas wins regular season finale

STARKVILLE, Miss. – Arkansas Women’s Basketball (17-12, 7-9) will head into the SEC Tournament with some momentum, as the Hogs beat Mississippi State (15-13, 6-10) 87-79 in Humphrey Coliseum on Sunday night. With the win, Arkansas finished the regular season eighth in the Southeastern Conference standings. Head Coach Mike Neighbors’ Razorbacks will meet a familiar…

Razorback rally falls short, Hogs lose at Ole Miss

Razorback rally falls short, Hogs lose at Ole Miss

OXFORD, Miss. – Arkansas Women’s Basketball (16-11, 6-8) fell in Tuesday’s makeup game inside the Pavilion, as Ole Miss (21-6, 9-5) defeated the Razorbacks, 70-62. The loss was the third straight for the Razorbacks, their second three-game losing streak of the season. Ole Miss won the battle on the glass, 42-35, and as a result,…

Hogs pull away in second half, beat Sam Houston, 92-66

Hogs pull away in second half, beat Sam Houston, 92-66

Fayetteville, Arkansas – Arkansas Women’s Basketball (5-1) won its third straight game on Saturday afternoon in Bud Walton Arena, beating Sam Houston (3-3), 92-66. The Hogs were in a close one early, only leading 46-42 at the intermission, but turned on the jets coming out of halftime, winning the next two quarters, 46-24. The Razorbacks’…

Blossoms fall in season opener

Blossoms fall in season opener

Jefferson City, Missouri – The University of Arkansas at Monticello women’s basketball team falls in their first contest of the year Friday 85-72 to Upper Iowa University. The first quarter was a back-and-forth affair with both teams trading buckets, but the Blossoms trailed 25-21 at the end of the quarter after the Peacocks scored in…

Woman-owned small businesses are rising in Arkansas

Woman-owned small businesses are rising in Arkansas

Little Rock, Ark. (Sept. 16, 2021) – Throughout Arkansas, small businesses are thriving, and greater numbers of entrepreneurs are launching new business ventures. As the number of small businesses grows in Arkansas, it is crucial to provide resources to help these business owners develop their companies. As a champion for the business community, the Arkansas…

AGFC planning Women’s Outdoor Weekend Oct. 1-3

AGFC planning Women’s Outdoor Weekend Oct. 1-3

LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will host a special women’s outdoor weekend October 1-3 with workshops throughout the state to help ladies learn how to hunt, fish and be a larger part of conservation in Arkansas. The weekend of small workshops replaces this year’s traditional Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Workshop at the…

Arkansas Women’s Basketball announces 2022 SEC Schedule

Arkansas Women’s Basketball announces 2022 SEC Schedule

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Arkansas Women’s Basketball’s 16-game 2022 Southeastern Conference slate has officially been released, the league office announced today. The Hogs will tip-off the new conference season on the road for the second straight season, when they head to Ole Miss to take on the Rebels (Dec. 30). Following the conference season opener, the…