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Symphonie Privett

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Past articles by Symphonie:

Turning a blind eye: How tax-delinquent companies are landing go

An IRS corporate tax collection mistake allowed companies saddled with tax liens to continue to score lucrative government contracts, according to a Raycom Media Investigative Unit investigation. → Read More

November Teacher of the Month: Grant Harbison

Grant Harbison, the director of bands for Jonesboro Public Schools, was in for a big surprise Monday morning as he was awarded our November Teacher of the Month. → Read More

Fines, citations to be paid at courthouse

The Paragould Police Department will soon stop collecting payments for fines and citations. → Read More

Woman faces charges after roaming around partially nude

A Marmaduke woman faces several charges after was found walking around partially nude. → Read More

No injuries reported in GCT school bus accident

Traffic was backed up on Highway 358 in Greene County after an early morning school bus crash. → Read More

ARDOT seeking public comment on speed limit review

The Arkansas Department of Transportation wants your feedback on a speed limit review. → Read More

$60,000 grant helps provide fresh produce to families in need

Nearly 15,000 families in Region 8 will have access to fresh produce thanks to a grant awarded to the Food Bank of Northeast Arkansas. → Read More

Sunday storms damage parts of Sloan-Hendrix campus

Early morning storms damaged parts of the Sloan-Hendrix School District on Sunday. → Read More

October Teacher of the Month: Morgan Despain

Morgan Despain, a 2nd-grade teacher at Brookland Elementary School, was selected as our October Teacher of the Month. → Read More

One step closer to saving lives: A-State's search and rescue dog

After completing 2 months of obedience training at Brookland’s Ridgemark Retrievers, Scout, A-State’s search and rescue dog, will be returning to the A-State campus. → Read More

BBB warns of online puppy scam

The Better Business Bureau warns of a scam linked to online ads for the sale of puppies. → Read More

Highway 18 open after vehicle vs. tractor crash

A highway is back open after a crash Thursday. → Read More

Part of Highway 18 closed after vehicle vs. tractor crash

Several law enforcement agencies are responding to a crash on Highway 18 in Mississippi County. → Read More

Valley View students get in the driver's seat for annual safety

Valley View Elementary School students spent their morning at a Jonesboro Fire Station. → Read More

Couple lands in jail after late-night altercation

A Jonesboro man and woman face domestic battery charges after a late-night argument escalated into a fight. → Read More

Street repaving project slated to begin in Oak Grove Heights

Work to repave several roads in Oak Grove Heights is expected to begin at the end of this month. → Read More

September Teacher of the Month: Natasha Turner

A Lawrence County teacher was selected as our September Teacher of the Month. → Read More

City of Jonesboro to host annual ward meetings

The City of Jonesboro is gearing up to host its annual ward meetings. → Read More

Expansion of AEDC program to include women-owned businesses

The Arkansas Economic Development Commission is expanding a program to minority business owners. → Read More

Arkansas mother warns of dangerous social media challenge

An Arkansas mother warns others about the dangers of a new social media challenge. → Read More