ALLPS receives $4,150 in grants from the ...

ALLPS School of Innovation received two separate grants awarded by the Fayetteville Public Education Foundation, totaling $4,150. One grant was awarded to Carlos Chicas, school counselor, and will be used to purchase camera equipment for a broadcasting program called ALLPS...
Posted On 12 Feb 2018

Latinas making strong and extraordinary ...

Latinas in the United States are making progress in a number of areas, in fact, “extraordinary progress,” according to findings presented at a gathering at the White House. The graduation rate among young Latinas increased 15 percent from 2003 to …
Posted On 15 Jan 2018

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ALLPS receives $4,150 in grants from the Fayetteville Public Education Foundation

ALLPS School of Innovation received two separate grants awarded by the Fayetteville Public Education Foundation,

Arkansas in trouble in the first half wins 72-54 against Vanderbilt.

The first minutes of the game between Arkansas Razorbacks and Vanderbilt were horrible from all of the angles of

Sporting KC launches new high-performance centre.

Kansas City, Kansas- The day finally arrived. February 6th will be remembered as a historical day for everyone

Arkansas wins but don’t convince the fan base.

Saturday’s afternoon was not a pleasant to razorback fans that were present inside Bud Walton Arena to witness

The Razorbacks suffered an embarrassing loss against LSU.

75-54 was an embarrassment and humiliated loss against the LSU Wednesday night in front of 20 plus thousand

Protect against flu and pneumonia

Protect your family from influenza (flu) and pneumonia by getting flu and pneumonia shots.

Flu spreads easily by coughing, sneezing and close contact with others and is most common from October through March. Pneumonia is also spread by close contact …

Posted On 21 Jan 2018

Where will medical marijuana dispensaries be located?

With medical marijuana now legal in Arkansas, cities across the state are trying to figure out how to regulate the new businesses that will be coming into the state.

That includes where dispensaries and grow centers will be located within …

Posted On 14 Jan 2018

Arkansas leads nation in mumps outbreak

A major outbreak of mumps in Arkansas and several other states continues to grow at an alarming rate, according to public health agencies.

Officials say there are more than 2,000 cases of the contagious viral infection in Arkansas. Mumps causes …

Posted On 14 Dec 2016

UAMS first Arkansas hospital to implement infant footprint scan and photograph system

The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) is the first hospital in Arkansas to implement a program that will give new parents a keepsake of their child’s birth and an assurance of the newborn’s safety.

Through a partnership with …

Posted On 19 Nov 2016

Babies should sleep in parents’ room, but in separate bed

Infants should sleep in the same bedroom as their parents for at least the first six months of their lives to minimize the risk of sleep-related deaths, according to new guidelines from U.S. pediatricians.

Ideally, babies should stay in their …

Posted On 30 Oct 2016

BRIDGE Act will protect DACA recipients

Sens. Richard Durbin (D-IL) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC) plan to introduce a plan to keep some undocumented immigrants from being deported by the incoming Trump administration. The BRIDGE Act would provide three years of protection for people who came to …
Posted On 15 Dec 2016

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