Genoa Band Plays Spring Concert

Genoa, AR – Genoa Central Band presented their Spring Concert this evening in the Genoa Central Gym. The kids recorder groups played songs from “Mary had a little lamb” to “When the Saints Go Marching In”. The advanced band played “El Capitan” while the beginner band played “Conquest”. Several other songs were presented by each […]

Sheriff’s Office Promotes Wesley Penny to Sergeant

Miller County, AR- The Miller County Sheriff’s office recently announced the promotion of Wesley Penny. Penny is an Investigator with the Sheriff’s office and was promoted to the rank of Sergeant. He has been with the office for fourteen years and severed the county in several different capacities of law enforcement. Penny has served as […]

An Appeal to Heaven (1775)

If found guilty in a court of law, an accused has a right to appeal to a higher court. Prior to the American Revolution, the Colonists presented their grievances to the court of King George III many times and pleaded for justice. The King, however, became increasingly hostile and offered no appeal. Patrick Henry, in […]

For the Children: Free Comic Book Day Helps to Boost Reading and Literacy

  Oklahoma – I am taking a week off from discussing the Oklahoma Legislature and politics to share some important news: May 6 is Free Comic Book Day in the United States! As a collector of comics, I am excited about this day for obvious reasons. But as the CEO of the Oklahoma Institute for […]