Whether Huntsville School District administrators should be charged for not calling the Arkansas Child Abuse Hotline after learning of sexual-abuse allegations has become a campaign issue in the Fourth Judicial District prosecuting attorney’s race.
Third District U.S. Rep. Steve Womack of Rogers told local leaders on Monday that federal assistance is available, but only if there is substantial “buy-in” by local stakeholders on projects ranging from housing to healthcare.
This is the fifth and final article in series featuring candidates of each contested race for Huntsville School Board. A total of 17 people filed between the seven zoned seats.
Constituents in Madison County’s North Township will have a new constable in their community beginning Jan. 1.
Shortly after filing an ethics complaint against an opponent in the county judge’s race, Independent candidate Jeremy Updegraff said he had received threats against his life and the lives of his family.
This is the fourth in a series of articles featuring candidates of each contested race for Huntsville School Board.
Incumbent Luke Dotson and challenger James Eaton will meet in the May 24 Republican Primary for the District 6 seat on the Madison County Quorum Court.
This is the third in a series of articles featuring candidates of each contested race for Huntsville School Board.
Theodore “Ted” Walker, 55, of Forum, a 38-year veteran of the military, said he decided to run for District 28 state senator after fellow soldiers said they needed a voice in what can often be a corrupt government.
President of the Huntsville School Board Danny Thomas said he was “shocked” to learn that he’s living in School Zone 2 and not in School Zone 3, the zone in which he seeking reelection.
This is the second in a series of articles featuring candidates of each contested race for Huntsville School Board.
State Rep. Keith Slape of Compton said he decided to run for a seat in the Arkansas Senate after his District 83 was redrawn, placing him in a new House district further to the east.
Bob Largent said he never thought of running for public office, but realized last November that it was weighing on his mind to do so.
This is the first in a series of articles featuring candidates of each contested race for Huntsville School board.
The Madison County Quorum Court on Monday approved an ordinance to use one-time federal money on equipment at Solid Waste, an upgrade of the courtroom and a backup Internet system for the jail dispatch.
Attorney Stephen Coger has announced his candidacy for Fourth Judicial District prosecuting attorney. Coger will face incumbent Matthew Durrett in the May 24 nonpartisan general election.
Bryan King of Green Forest said he’s ready once again to claim a seat in the Arkansas Senate. To do that, King will have to first win the Republican Primary on May 24 against several other candidates in District 28, including the man who defeated King in 2018 for the District 5 seat.
Ballot positions were drawn last Thursday for the May 24 Primary Election in Madison County.
Matthew Durrett filed for reelection as Fourth Judicial District prosecuting attorney. Durrett currently is serving in his second term.
State Sen. Bob Ballinger (R-Oark) said his conservative voting record since 2018 “is solid” on issues that are important to those who will cast a vote in the May 24 Republican Primary Election.