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More Arkansas Rice, Cotton, Soybeans, Sorghum Expected

More Arkansas Rice, Cotton, Soybeans, Sorghum Expected

The National Agricultural Statistics Service is predicting more acres of rice, cotton, sorghum and soybeans planted in Arkansas this year with fewer acres dedicated to corn and winter wheat. Higher prices in 2013 saw corn become a rising star for Arkansas farmers, but the market has cooled, according to experts... Read More

LINKS: THV11 forecasting, radars and more

LINKS: THV11 forecasting, radars and more

Weather links to hold onto with the possibility of severe weather headed our way: 

 

Enjoy Wildflower Week at Petit Jean State Park

Enjoy Wildflower Week at Petit Jean State Park

The public is invited to spend a week enjoying the wildflowers of spring at Petit Jean State Park.  Weekday programs will be geared toward senior citizens, while weekend programs will be family oriented.  

Crude oil pipeline planned, would pass through three Game and Fish wildlife management areas

Crude oil pipeline planned, would pass through three Game and Fish wildlife management areas

Diamond's cut through WMAs has Game and Fish, other agencies, scrambling. by Leslie Newell Peacock... Read More

Area Photo: Humnoke, Arkansas

Area Photo: Humnoke, Arkansas

HUMNOKE, Ark. (KTHV) – This area photo was taken from a duck blind near Humnoke, Ark. by Paul D. White and shared with THV11 on the THV11 Facebook page.

Humnoke is a town in located near the Lonoke County and Jefferson County lines on Highway 65.

The total population of the .33 square miles of land is 284 and has grown 1.54 percent since 2000. The town’s website says it is home to three churches, a handful of businesses.

For more details on the town of Humnoke, visit Humnoke’s official website: http://on.kthv.com/1c14p8n

Corps wants to recycle your Christmas tree for fish cover

Corps wants to recycle your Christmas tree for fish cover

HEBER SPRINGS, Ark. (USACE) -- Christmas trees don't have to go in the trash after Christmas.  In fact, all those trees in homes and businesses across the area can be put to good use.  After the holidays, complete your gift giving by donating your tree to the fish in Greers Ferry Lake.

The Corps will use donated trees to create fish habitat in the lake by placing fish shelters made of bundles of Christmas trees. To donate your tree, drop it off from Dec. 26 until Jan. 17 at Sandy Beach near the boat ramp in Heber Springs, Devils Fork Park's high-water boat ramp near Greers Ferry/Fairfield Bay, or Choctaw Park's boat ramp in the Clinton area.  Please do not block access to the ramps for those folks wanting to launch boats.