The Greene County Beef Quiz Bowl team came in first in Fayetteville last month, defeating 29 other teams to be the best in the state. From left are coaches Paula Norman and Debbie Copeland, team members Taylor Copeland, Balee Mangrum and Callie Newsom, coach Terry Kelly, team member Lane Kelly and Arkansas Beef Council Promotion Director Donette Spann.
BY GARY EXELBY email@example.com
For the seventh time in 15 years, members of Greene County 4-H clubs have won the state Beef Quiz Bowl in Fayetteville.
According to information made available by Allen Davis, Greene . . .
Paragould third baseman Cole Edwards fires the ball to first after fielding a grounder in a home game against West Memphis on Thursday afternoon. The Blue Devils won 10-1.
Daily Press staff
West Memphis belted Paragould 10-1 in a blended conference baseball game Thursday at PHS.
The Blue Devils jumped on top 3-0 in the second inning and added two runs in the third and three more in the fourth to . . .
Kaysyn Arender, great-grandson of Jesse and Lisa Hancock, of Light, picked his first daffodils this past week. The flowers are known for symbolizing rebirth and the coming of spring, which officially arrives on Tuesday.
Dear Heloise: You never know who has touched the TV remote in a hotel/motel room, so I take the sanitary wrap from the drinking glasses, turn it inside out and use it to cover the remote for the TV when we . . .
Monday, March 19, the 78th day of 2018. There are 287 days left in the year.
Today's Highlight in History:
On March 19, 1918, Congress passed the first law establishing daylight saving time in the United States, with clocks to be moved forward one hour from . . .