The SAU Cross Country teams competed Saturday at UCA. The men’s team finished fourth overall, and second among the Division II teams. The women finished fifth overall, and third among the D-II teams. Jada Fricks was the top runner for the Lady Muleriders, and Doug Palmer was tops for the Muleriders. Palmer was tenth overall, and fourth among
Nearly 6,000 people packed Wilkins Stadium Saturday as the SAU football team beat Northwestern Oklahoma State 33-14. Nearly half of the Mulerider’s points came from the toe of Bradford Grems. Grems kicked 4 field goals and he added 3 extra points. SAU’s touchdowns came on a 13-yard pass from Barrett Renner to Kaylen Burks, an 87-yard pass
Monticello defeated Magnolia 21 to 14 in high school football action Friday night in Monticello. Kaden Roach scored both of Magnolia’s touchdowns. He scored on runs of 77 and 13 yards. Roach had 17 rushes for 170 yards. The Panthers and the Billies are both 1 and 1 for the season. Magnolia plays at home next Friday against El Dorado.
The City of Waldo will have a council meeting Monday September 12th at 6:00 pm at the Waldo City Hall. All meetings are open to the public.
Saturday is Family Day at Southern Arkansas University. The Residence Hall Association Bed Races and the Great Greek Canoe Races are moving to new venues this year. The Bed Races will be at 2:30 in front of the Science Center, and the Canoe Races take place at 3:30 in the old Armory pond. Other events Saturday include: An Organization Fair from
Magnolia Police report an arrest in the burglary of a residence in the 200 block of South Calhoun. 30 year old Jarvis Doss of Magnolia was arrested on September 3rd and charged with residential burglary. His bond was set at $250,000. In another case, 36 year old Michael Doss of Magnoia was arrested September 4th. Magnolia Police report that the
The Magnolia Junior High football teams play at home tonight against Nashville. The eighth-grade game begins at 5:30 at Panther Stadium, followed by the ninth-grade game. The Magnolia Panthers are on the road Friday night. They play at 7:00 at Monticello. You can hear the Panthers live on Magnolia’s Country 99.1.
Erik Qualman, technology and social media expert, will be the guest speaker at the upcoming Murphy USA Lecture at Southern Arkansas University Thursday, Sept. 22, at 10:30 a.m. in Harton Theatre. Qualman, who has been called the Dale Carnegie and the Tony Robbins of tech, is the author of Socialnomics, which made Amazon’s No. 1 best-selling
The Magnolia School District and K-12 Culinary Connection have partnered for the school year. Their goal is to provide more choices and better quality food for students. The menu features a number of new items including orange chicken, homemade meatloaf, chicken enchiladas, pizza, and much more. Parents wishing to experience what their children
During the 2016-2017 school year, Magnolia High School is continuing a partnership begun in 2009 with the Arkansas Advanced Initiative for Math and Science, Inc. (AR AIMS) and the National Math and Science Initiative. A goal of AR AIMS and MHS is to increase the number of students enrolling in Advanced Placement courses, as well as increasing