SAU Rankin CoB Earns AACSB Accreditation Extension

SAU’s Rankin College of Business earns coveted AACSB International accreditation extension MAGNOLIA – The David F. Rankin College of Business at Southern Arkansas University has had its esteemed AACSB accreditation extended for five years following an encouraging peer review. A continuous improvement review team visited the SAU College of

Magnolia Boys & Girls Winners at Fairview

The Magnolia Lady Panthers came back from a 13-point fourth-quarter deficit to win 55-53 at Camden Fairview Tuesday night. Jadda Purifoy came off the bench to lead Magnolia with 19 points. Kelcy Lamkin added 13 points and Kiara Frazier scored 10. The Lady Panthers are now 2 & 2 in conference games, 8 & 5 overall. The Lady Cardinals

Crime Lab Rules on Easter Cause of Death

Magnolia Police Chief Todd Dew has released a report on the cause of death of 29-year-old Marquis Easter. Easter’s body was found as Magnolia firemen responded to a brush fire off McNeil Street on December 23rd. The MPD release states: “The Arkansas State Crime Laboratory Medical Examiners Office has determined the death of Marquis Easter

Public Meetings on Lake Columbia Fisheries Management

AGFC hosts public meetings on future of Lake Columbia fishery Jan. 15, 2020 Randy Zellers Assistant Chief of Communications MAGNOLIA — The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will host a public input meeting regarding fisheries management on Lake Columbia at 7 p.m. Jan. 27 in the Grand Hall of the Reynolds Center at Southern Arkansas

Magnolia Boys & Girls Roll Over Monticello

Neither game was close Tuesday night at Panther Arena as Magnolia whipped Monticello in girls and boys action. In the girls’ game, Kiara Frazier and Ti’alone Banks each scored 10 and the Lady Panthers won 73-18. They are now 1-1 in conference action, 7-4 overall. In the boys’ game, Magnolia was an 87-55 winner. Colby Garland and Derrian

Mulerider Football in Heritage Bowl Dec. 7th

The Southern Arkansas University football team has one more game this season; it was announced today the Muleriders have accepted a bid to play in The Heritage Bowl. The game kicks off at 12 noon on Saturday, December 7th in Tiger Stadium at Corsicana High School in Corsicana, Texas. SAU’s opponent will be Eastern New Mexico; the Greyhounds

Recycling Collection Resumes 9/3 in Columbia Co.

RECYCLING COLLECTIONS RESUME SEPTEMBER 3RD IN COLUMBIA COUNTY. Abilities Unlimited has announced that recycling collection will resume in Columbia County on Tuesday, September 3rd. Please only put recyclable items in the blue recycle bins. The list of items that can be put in the recycling bin are in a picture attached to this post. A list of

Caution! 1-Way Traffic North & South Around Square

The following is a press release from Magnolia City Hall: “In preparation of making the square more pedestrian friendly, the city has installed one-way traffic signs indicating Jefferson for southbound traffic and Washington for northbound traffic. The signs are in place for traffic flow between Union and Calhoun Streets. Converting most

Blue & Gold Day on Magnolia Square August 20th

Southern Arkansas University, in partnership with the City of Magnolia and Columbia County, has announced the fifth annual Blue & Gold Day on Tuesday, August 20, 2019, from 5 p.m.-7 p.m. on the Magnolia Square. On this day, the Magnolia community is encouraged to wear blue and gold in support of SAU and to come out and enjoy a great evening

Magnolia Schools Ready for Back to School

The Magnolia School District will welcome students back for the first day of school on Monday, August 19.  All schools will run on regular schedules and lunches will be provided at each campus.  Leading up to the first day of school, district faculty and staff will be involved in several days of professional development and other campus