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PRICECREW ready for Big-Time

PRICECREW ready for Big-Time

PRICECREW is made up of four brothers from Jacksonville, Arkansas. Philip-24, Zachary-21, Jacob-15 and Caleb-14; Caleb was barely two years old at that first performance but he still knew the right way to move. The crew has been singing and dancing ever since. There is something special going on when four brothers from Arkansas can sing, dance and put on a show the way PRICECREW can.

Throughout the past few years the brothers have grown to understand it takes hard work and dedication to accomplish what their dreams hold. They have played countless venues and are always looking for ways to improve their act, as well as pushing themselves to make the best music they possibly can.

Over the years they have performed at the local festivals and venues, including Riverfest and Magic Springs' Summer Concert Series, gaining popularity throughout Central Arkansas.

Keep your social calendar busy with our new community events section from TodaysTHV!

Keep your social calendar busy with our new community events section from TodaysTHV!

Looking for something fun to do this weekend?  Check out on the new events guide at the top of the page.  We’ve taken all the work out of finding out what’s happening in your neighborhood. 

Just click where you live and you have everything at your fingertips!  Looking for something to do with your kids?  We have a family friendly activities section. Interested in art?  We have exhibit listings.  Want to explore a different part of the city?  Click the neighborhood and we can show you what’s happening.

Planning your weekend has never been easier!

 

 

Arkansas community leaders show how they serve

Arkansas community leaders show how they serve

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Consider this: Where would you turn for advice on assisting a loved one affected by Alzheimer's? How will your basic needs be met should your child become ill with cancer? What kinds of chemicals and additives are in your food -- and how is it affecting your health?

Do you know where to go to even get these answers?

Earlier this spring I was able to attend an event at War Memorial Stadium called "Little Rock Serves," which is sponsored by Create Little Rock, an arm of the Little Rock Chamber.

Aquatic Conservation Experience Camp at Lake Dardanelle State Park

Aquatic Conservation Experience Camp at Lake Dardanelle State Park

RUSSELLVILEE, Ark. -- Youth ages 10-13 are invited to take part in 2 fun-filled days and one night of nonstop adventure with the aquatic environment at Lake Dardanelle State Park.  The park will host Aquatic Conservation Experience (ACE) Camp April 29-30th.  Throughout the 2 days participants will develop an understanding and appreciation for the unique aquatic environment at Lake Dardanelle through outdoor adventure and activities. 

Friday’s events will begin at 5p.m. and introduce ACE campers to the inner workings of the park aquariums through a behind-the-scenes tour.  We will also get to know each other through some fun activities, fishing, and dinner around the campfire.  There will many fun filled activities to explore the diverse aquatic environment at Lake Dardanelle and ways to conserve this precious resource.

Spring Plant Sale Begins Friday at Arkansas Tech

Spring Plant Sale Begins Friday at Arkansas Tech

All the colors of spring will be on display when the Arkansas Tech University Department of Agriculture hosts its annual spring plant sale at the Tech Greenhouses this month.
 
The sale will be open from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on Friday, April 15, and Saturday, April 16. The final day of the sale will be from 1-4 p.m. on Monday, April 18.

All proceeds from the plant sale are re-invested in supplies for agriculture students at Arkansas Tech.
 
“Ours is a teaching greenhouse,” said Dr. Jim Collins, professor of horticulture at Arkansas Tech. “Everything that we sell during the spring plant sale each year is grown by students.

Golf tournament helps send students to convention

Golf tournament helps send students to convention

RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. -- A golf tournament is being put on by SHIMA (the Student Health Information Management Association) of Arkansas Tech University. It will go towards paying our way to the ArHIMA State Convention.

The event will be at Chamberlyne Country Club in Danville, Arkansas, on April 30 at 9 am. It is a four-person scramble, with a shotgun start. The price is $75 a person, $300 for a team, and the winning team gets their money back, plus a prize.

There will be several door prizes, and a hamburger buffet is included in the price of the tournament. People interested can contact Darla Sparacino at 479-970-0468.

Get your books while they're hot

Get your books while they're hot

RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. - Friends of the Pope County Library will have their book sale (cash only please) Thursday, March 10 at the Hughes Center from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. If you have questions call Julie at (479) 970-8048.