Thanks to MASH Donors

Thanks to everyone who donated Friday in our annual MASH (Make a Smile Happen) donation drive. This year’s drive benefitted The Call and many foster children in Columbia and Lafayette counties. The community was very generous. Again, thank you! Many of the items on the children’s wish lists were filled and you made many smiles


Panthers Host Greenbrier in 2nd Round Playoffs

     The Magnolia Panthers will host the Greenbrier Panthers at 7 p.m. on Friday, November 20th in the second round of the 5A State Football Championships. The Magnolia Panthers beat Pea Ridge 56-21 last Friday, and Greenbrier was a 43-28 winner over Brookland.      Tickets will ONLY be sold online. You will NOT be able to purchase


Clean up the decoys to help prevent the spread of invasive species

There is Giant Salvinia in Lake Columbia and Lake Erling. Please clean, drain and dry to prevent the spread to other bodies of water. Oct. 14, 2020 Randy Zellers Assistant Chief of Communications LITTLE ROCK – With fall colors beginning to show, many duck clubs and duck hunters are busy organizing, packing, repacking and reorganizing their


Updated deer zones require AGFC mobile app refresh

Oct. 14, 2020 Randy Zellers Assistant Chief of Communications LITTLE ROCK — Earlier this year, the Commission passed a variety of new hunting regulations, including the combination of some deer zones. Many hunters heading to the woods should take a second look at an Arkansas Hunting Guidebook before heading to the woods, especially if the


AGFC to vote on fisheries regulations changes

Oct. 14, 2020 Randy Zellers Assistant Chief of Communications LITTLE ROCK — Commissioners of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will meet at the AGFC’s Little Rock Headquarters Thursday to vote on regulations changes concerning recreational fishing, commercial fishing and aquaculture in Arkansas during their regularly scheduled


Panther Football Returns Friday 10/9

Magnolia Panther football returns this week. After a 2-week quarantine with online schooling due to a COVID-19 outbreak at Magnolia Public Schools, most of the football players returned to in-person classes Monday. Coach Mark King said  6 or 7 varsity starters who tested positive are still out, but most of the rest of the team have returned to


Remote Learning Friday

Beginning Friday, October 9, 2020, students in grades K-12 will pivot to a Remote Learning Day. Remote Learning Friday will continue through December 18, 2020.  The purpose of Remote Learning Friday is to allow teachers time to work specifically with virtual students and to plan and prepare lessons for virtual and on-site students. This will


Magnolia Athletic Dept. COVID-19 Updates

MAGNOLIA ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCES COVID-19 UPDATES The Magnolia School District athletic department has announced the following updates due to the COVID-19 virus. Students on the 8th and 9th grade volleyball and football teams and on the Magnolia High School volleyball team have been quarantined at this time.  These students will receive


LifeShare Blood Drives

LifeShare Blood Center Mobile Blood Drives scheduled in our area. The blood supply is very low. Please donate if you can.   Saturday, 9/26, 2:00 – 6:30 at Walmart in Magnolia; Tuesday, 9/29, 8:30 – 2:30 at Emerson High School; Tuesday, 9/29, 9:00 – 1:30 at Hydro Extrusion, 248 West Greene Street, Magnolia; Thursday, 10/1,