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Preparing For A Memorable Memorial Day Weekend PDF Print E-mail
Written by Arkansas Free Press Staff   



Pictured above is a scene from the annual Riverfest that is held in Little Rock each year Memorial Day Weekend. Riverfest is one of the many events taking place next weekend. Writers and artists of the Arkansas Free Press will be on hand for this event. Come on out and join us!

Arkansas is known as “The Natural State” for good reason. With an abundance of outdoor activities ranging from hiking to biking, camping to cruising along the rivers, it is your natural choice for a fun, family-friendly getaway this spring.

 

Last Updated ( May 21, 2011 at 10:50 PM )
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12th Annual Teddy Bear Run PDF Print E-mail
Written by Arkansas Free Press Staff   



The 12th Annual TEDDY BEAR RUN will be held Saturday, May 21st.  Each spring the Ladies of Harley sponsor and conduct this fun motorcycle run from the Landers Harley Davidson on I-30 to the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility.  They bring with them thousands of teddy bears that are donated to the Sheriff’s Office.  The teddy bears are distributed to Sheriff’s Deputies to give to children in need or who are going through a traumatic situation.

Last Updated ( May 20, 2011 at 10:36 PM )
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Central Arkansas Forecast May 20-25 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Tim McNeill   

Between fall like temperatures and a moon so bright, it makes you want to howl. Our weather continues to be anything but normal. I honestly can’t remember being able to step outside, two weeks before Memorial Day and breathe fog.

Warmer temps and unsettled weather move back into the forecast this weekend. Severe weather is a possibility over the next few days. This system is slow moving, but shouldn't be a total rain-out.

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Rare Elvis Exhibit Now Open PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kerry Kraus   


Photos courtesy Govinda Gallery, Al Wertheimer and AR Dept. of Parks and Tourism

The Natural State has several connections to Elvis. When he was first starting his career in the early 1950s, Arkansas provided many a location for his performances. Numerous communities across the state hosted the future King of Rock ’n’ Roll: Helena, West Memphis, Texarkana, Marianna, Augusta, Leachville, El Dorado and Dermott are just a few towns where Elvis sang. Little Rock, Camden, Hope, Pine Bluff, Newport...the list continues. Sadly, there are no monuments or markers denoting these historic appearances.

Last Updated ( Jun 05, 2011 at 12:51 AM )
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Caddo River Fest and Trade Days PDF Print E-mail
Written by Arkansas Free Press Staff   

The Glenwood Regional Chamber of Commerce has exciting news!!!

We are bringing a festival back to Glenwood. We have named the festival "Caddo River Fest and Trade Days." The big event is scheduled to run June 3-4, 2011.

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Central Arkansas Forecast PDF Print E-mail
Written by Tim McNeill   

After a few days of warming up and drying out, the chances of thunderstorms are back in the forecast. A slow moving system is moving across the state into the weekend, bringing some rain we don’t really need. The after effects of recent flooding will continue to plague many areas of the state.

 
Some communities will have to contend with lingering water for several weeks as they attempt cleanup and recovery. Today, Interstate 40 opened in both directions, after the White River finally receded from the hwy bridge. This brings an end to the nightmare detour that travelers have faced when transversing the state. The Arkansas Hwy Department will continue to be overloaded, as they attempt to repair the state's washed out roads. Here is a four day look at your weather for this week:

Last Updated ( May 12, 2011 at 10:26 PM )
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Consumer Alert: Price Gouging Laws PDF Print E-mail
Written by Arkansas Free Press Staff   

Severe storms and flooding in our state have left widespread damage in their wake, with many Arkansans already starting to rebuild and repair. These natural disasters have prompted Gov. Beebe to declare a state of emergency, triggering the Arkansas Price Gouging Law.

Last Updated ( May 12, 2011 at 10:32 PM )
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