Magnolia City Parks Closed TFN

We received the following information late Wednesday afternoon from the city of Magnolia. “Due to the continual disregard of the serious threat COVID-19 could be to our community, we have unfortunately been forced to close all city parks until further notice. There have been many large gatherings and reported physical altercations in the

COVID-19 Now Present in Columbia & Union Counties

Columbia and Union County officials were informed earlier today by the Arkansas Department of Health that the first case of COVID-19 has been confirmed in each of the counties. The following is an email today from Ellie Baker with the City of Magnolia: “Today, March 22, 2020, the first case of COVID-19 in Columbia County has been

Texas Hold ‘Em To Benefit Boys & Girls Club

Texas Hold ‘Em Tournament, Casino Night and Silent Auction fundraiser takes place Saturday, February 22nd at the Magnolia Arts Center, on the Magnolia Square. Enjoy a night of fun, grab your chance at some great prizes, while supporting a great cause! All proceeds will be used to modernize and renovate the Boys and Girls game room! The

Panthers & Lady Panthers Roll Over Hamburg

The Magnolia High School boys’ and girls’ basketball teams both had easy wins over Hamburg Tuesday night at Panther Arena. It was Magnolia’s final games on the home floor this season. The Lady Panthers took charge early. They shut out the Lady Lions in the first quarter and held a 37-4 lead at the half. The final score was: Magnolia 50,

Magnolia Takes Care of Fairview in Basketball

The Magnolia Panthers beat Camden Fairview 53-34 Tuesday night at Panther Arena. Top scorer for Magnolia was Derrian Ford with 21 points. Colby Garland finished with 12. The Panthers are now 9 and 0 in conference, 18 and 0 overall. The Cardinals dropped to 3 and 6, and 7 and 15. The Magnolia Lady Panthers were 62-37 winners over the Camden

Crossett No Match For Magnolia in Basketball

Magnolia defeated Crossett soundly in the girls’ and boys’ basketball games Tuesday night in Crossett. In the girls’ game, Magnolia scored the first 9 points and never trailed. They built their lead to 24 points late in the fourth quarter and emerged with a 48 to 35 win. Kelcy Lamkin was top scorer for Magnolia with 13 points.

Panthers Win; Ladies Fall to Warren

Warren slowed the pace and kept it close, but the Magnolia Panthers emerged victorious 24-16 over the Lumberjacks Tuesday night at Panther Arena. Warren scored just 3 points in the second half. Derrian Ford scored 14 to lead Magnolia. Colby Garland added 6. The Panthers are 6 and 0 in conference games, 15 and 0 for the season. Warren drops to 4

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