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Waldron Nursing Center Residents are all getting geared up for the Easter Holiday by having some fun events of “Pin the Tail on the Rabbit”. This game was compliments of Elaine, sister of Florain Valentine. Elaine has so graciously made us several games for our activities. 

As the kids said, “We flexed on ‘em”! The Waldron Jr. High boys track team is 2 for 2 on the year. They had some tough competition during their recent meet from all the teams, especially De Queen and Ozark, but the Bulldogs came away with the win. Congrats ‘dogs!

Waldron Nursing Center residents are proud the short lived stomach virus is long gone and everyone is back to full swing with all of the activities. Reminiscence with Diane Miller on Monday morning, Round table with Alex in the afternoon, Temple Baptist group were here for their weekly sing,…

The Lady Bulldogs returned home with a big win at Mansfield. According to coaches, the team was down due to  some competitors being out for sickness and softball, but they still came out in first place. The Lady Bulldogs were able to beat Fort Smith Northside, Alma and Greenwood. 

The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will hold public meet- ings in Waldron, Moun- tain Home and Moun- tain View in the next few weeks to speak about the need for an expansion of the current Chronic Wast- ing Disease Management Zone for deer and elk. Recent test results from CWD-positive de…

Local Voices

According to the researchers, a sense of humor can actually prolong our life with every minute we laugh.  When we laugh, we not only feel happiness, but we also feel problem free. People with a good sense of humor have a better sense of life.

The state budget is guided by the Revenue Stabilization Act (RSA) which is typically one of the last items passed every session. 

The Senate recently adopted changes to make the body more efficient and improve its ability to fulfill one of its constitutional obligations: providing our advice and consent to the administration in order to fill the executive branch positions that require Senate confirmation.

The Correction Department will keep secret any records about lethal injection and carrying out the death penalty, under a bill that exempts those records from the state Freedom of Information Act.

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“I was given the gift of life now I have to give it back.this is hard, but I was a lucky woman who led a beautiful existence and for this I am grateful.”