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The Dispatch was an independent, Arkadelphia-based weekly newspaper founded in the fall of 2018 that strives to be Clark County's premier news source. In 2021, the paper became "Oracle: Community Edition" as part of the Reddie Media Group.
Arkadelphia fire department riding through town with jolly dancers aboard.
Merry Grinchmas from ArkaWHOville
Kolby Reck, Contributing reporter — December 4, 2021

After taking a year off due to Covid-19, the streets of downtown Arkadelphia were filled for the annual Christmas parade on December 2, 2021....

Humane Society of Clark Countys current location
How the Humane Society is readying for winter
Emberlynn Pendergraft, Staff Reporter — December 4, 2021

Many people are starting to tackle the negative effects of winter as frigid weather begins to settle in, but people aren’t the only ones having...

If youre in an emergency, call 911. For non-emergencies, call the 
Campus Police Department at 870-230-5098.
Henderson Clery report published
Emberlynn Pendergraft, Staff Reporter — November 17, 2021

According to the Clery Center, the Clery Act requires colleges and universities to report campus crime data, support victims of violence, and...

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Incoming athlete Eryka Patton
Reddie Basketball Signee: Eryka Patton
Haley Spicer, Sports Reporter — November 18, 2020

Eryka is only one of two new signees that the Women’s basketball team added. She lettered in two sports: Track and Basketball at Guyer High...

Not so easy to dodge
Not so easy to dodge
Donovan Lee, Sports Editor / HTV Station Manager — October 20, 2020

“America’s Favorite Pastime” has continued its traditional “Hunt for October,” as the MLB season concludes and the World Series is...

Captain Express Hawaiian Barbecue & Japanese opens
Rae-Lynn Dinger, The Pulse Radio Manager — September 11, 2020

Near downtown Arkadelphia, the doors to Captain Express have opened. Owned by Rudy Bong, the Hawaiian barbecue and Japanese fusion restaurant...

Digital news business for newly graduates
Kassidy Porchia — May 4, 2021

The stress of finding a career and job for college graduates has always been a big deal. College graduates want to utilize their degree but there...

Meeting at Mount Magazine: AR Tourism
Jill Rohrbach September 11, 2020

In late January, before COVID-19 hit, the Eden Isle Blue Chip Investment Club blocked rooms and booked a trip to Mount Magazine State Park near...

This week in Reddie sports
HSU Sports — September 11, 2020

ARKADELPHIA- Henderson and Ouachita Revive Battle of the Ravine Rivalry | Sept. 7, 1996 After a three-year hiatus due to the two schools jumping...

The return of NASCAR
Pete Tubbs, Editor In Chief, Community Edition — July 7, 2020

Interim Editor in Chief For many, sports is one of the utmost joys of everyday life. It breaks up continuous monotony by allowing...

Arkadelphia fire department riding through town with jolly dancers aboard.
Merry Grinchmas from ArkaWHOville
Kolby Reck, Contributing reporter — December 4, 2021

After taking a year off due to Covid-19, the streets of downtown Arkadelphia were filled for the annual Christmas parade on December 2, 2021....

SAU recognizes 172 grads at Summer ceremony
Jessica Williamson September 11, 2020

Southern Arkansas University honored 172 graduates with undergraduate and graduate degrees at its Summer Commencement ceremonies on Friday, August...

For a fair, complete, and safe election day: Hutchinson
Asa Hutchinson, AR Governor — September 11, 2020

LITTLE ROCK – This is Labor Day weekend, which means summer is over, and we’re heading into the election season. This election will be unlike...

Mayor Kelley on the aftermath of Hurricane Laura in Gurdon
Sherry Kelley September 11, 2020

Hurricane Laura blew through Gurdon last week. Flooding and tree damage were left in the wake of the storm. The wind was strong and sustained....

Westerman: "Thank our everyday heroes."
Bruce Westerman, AR Representative — September 11, 2020

When COVID-19 hit the U.S. early this year, about one-third of Americans began working from home to limit contact with others and slow the spread...

OBU Elrod Center receives Celebrate Literacy Award
Mindy Halbert September 11, 2020

Ouachita Baptist University’s Elrod Center for Family and Community received the Arkansas Literacy As- sociation’s (ALA) Celebrate Literacy...