2021 in Review: September – Rescue Truck… Superintendent of the Year… County Fair | Local news
magnoliareporter.com takes a look back at the news of 2021 with a 12-part article series that provides links to each month’s top stories.
Today’s post links to some great stories in September 2021. CLICK ON THE TITLE to read the related news article.
The University of Southern Arkansas reports an enrollment of 4,434 enrollments in the fall.
South Arkansas passes northwestern Oklahoma when the GAC opens.
Bond’s hearing set for a suspect in a homicide in the SAU parking lot.
The fire reignites, destroying a house on Burnt Bridge Road.
Columbia County’s tax collections so far stand at $ 4.9 million.
Woman gets six years for supplying drugs to minors.
The quorum court is considering building a new 200-bed jail for Columbia County.
Judges examine the new Magnolia-Columbia rescue truck.
HEALTH in Columbia County distributes 250 backpacks of school supplies.
The Weyerhaeuser grant program donates $ 2,500 to the Magnolia Junior Charity League.
Willis Harris detained for the homicide of Jofflin Brown.
Standard Lithium, partner of a Norwegian company for the carbon capture test at the Mission Creek gas plant.
Arkansas educators nominate Magnolia’s Ward as Superintendent of the Year.
Farmers Bank Foundation hosts enjoy the Trapshoot tournament.
Leo Carson Davis Endowment will promote trips for SAU students and faculty.
Burkes Outlet cuts the ribbon for the Magnolia location.
Magnolia man dies of injuries sustained in a collision between a motorcycle and a mail truck.
A vacant house on West Union is set on fire.
SAU Giving Day raises $ 199,626 for the Love and Loyalty fund.
Chris Dai represents Magnolia as a semi-finalist for National Merit.
Jessica Talley receives the Arkansas Economics Award.
Kory Jennings wins the title of Queen of the Columbia County Fair in 2021.
“Twelfth Night” opens Thursday at the Harton Theater.
Buy your tickets for Murder on the Orient Express.
SAU’s Carley Hale among 30 National Nominees for NCAA Woman of the Year.
Magnolia defeats Arkansas to go 1-0 in conference football.
A single shot fired Saturday night inside a fairground.
SAU wins the Lois Davis Invitational Cross Country Competition.
The man receives three years in a terrorist threat case.
The return of Henderson State rolls South Arkansas, 56-49.
The Columbia County 2021 Mass Flu Vaccination Clinic at the Health Unit Tuesday.
Magnolia Arts is requesting $ 21,000 from the Magnolia Publicity and Promotion Commission.
A collision with a tree takes the life of Taylor’s driver.
Former Home Health property for sale.
Council accepts a $ 627,000 wastewater improvement offer from Texarkana.
Crowell joins Leadership Arkansas Class XVI.
Sheriff’s office arrests suspect in Columbia County Fairgrounds shooting.
RDA, AG&FC Lower Boom Against Giant Columbia Lake Salvina.