Friday May 17
Web Extra: Arkansas Crappie Fishing Lauded by Fishhound.com
If you can believe a fisherman then here's a tale for you. We'll call them crappie in this story but they're known by many different names in Arkansas and southern Missouri: paper mouths, sacalait, slabs, specks and the large ones are called netters, the medium ones lifters and the small ones are called tater chips.
James Lee Witt endorses Mike Ross for governor
Does the endorsement of James Lee Witt, Bill Clinton's FEMA director, now a bigtime lobbyist/consultant, help Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mike Ross? Surely it will in Wildcat Holler.
Dardanelle School Board approves second SRO
The Dardanelle School Board approved a plan on Monday to enter into a contract with the City of Dardanelle that would allow the school district to have a second school resource officer.
City Park makes a splash
It was the middle of summer 2011, and we had seen several days in a row of temperatures in the mid-90s and almost no rain.
Dardanelle students show support
Dardanelle Middle School students, teachers and administration show their support for Carter Nuckols and his battle with cancer as they presented him with a check at the school this past week.
Big Bass Bonanza rebounding slowly
Although the Arkansas Big Bass Bonanza takes place during the heat of an Arkansas summer, it still brings out large numbers of weekend anglers attracted by the opportunity to cash in on some life changing money.
Executive director shows spirit
The window in Ashley Andrews' office overlooks State Highway 22, a road that intersects with Dardanelle's Union Street.
Yell County firefighters douse residential flames
Galla Rock volunteer firefighters battle a blaze Thursday morning at 20221 State Highway 154 in Yell County.
The Rings: Family comes first
It's easy to miss the house tucked away on the side of Mount Nebo road. Amidst all the scenery, one could overlook the driveway, a ribbon of asphalt that follows the land as it slopes downward towards the one-story house.
Let's go fishing
Whether it is dropping a hook and line in a pond, casting from the bank of a creek or fishing from a boat on Lake Dardanelle you can be sure that every day there are dozens of folks in our area who enjoy the sport of fishing.