With the unveiled sketch of the proposed monument to the 1955 Hoxie School Desegregation are five of the Hoxie 21 students. They are (from left): Yvonne Barksdale Taylor of Jonesboro, Ethel Tompkins of Hoxie, Don Jean Barksdale Bright of Cleveland, Ohio, Fayth Hill Washington of West Memphis and Rosetta Barksdale of San Jose, Calif.
TD Photo ~ John Bland
1955 Hoxie School
The 1955 Hoxie School desegregation was the focus of a 56-year commemorative celebration held Saturday at the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center in Little Rock.
NEARA holdings continue to grow
When the Northeast Arkansas Regional Archives opened in Powhatan, a wealth of research information was immediately made available.
USPS lists possible closures
The United States Postal Service released a list on Tuesday of post offices it will look at to see if they should be closed.
Bryant speaks to Chamber members
The message from Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Director L.J. Bryant to Chamber members at Thursday's quarterly meeting was a pretty simple one - things could be a lot worse.
Races have developed for two school board positions, according to County Clerk Tina Stowers.
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