El Dorado News

Tuesday
April 28, 2015
El Dorado News Times

BREAKING NEWS: Russian roulette

Russian roulette

El Dorado police are still trying to determine where a 14-year-old boy got the handgun with which he critically injured a younger boy last week while playing the potentially deadly game of Russian roulette.

Non-profit group gets $1 million federal grant

NORTH LITTLE ROCK (AP) — An Arkansas nonprofit organization created to help budding entrepreneurs turn their ideas into products they can sell was awarded a $1 million federal grant Monday to renovate and purchase a ...

School transfers

Friday is the statewide deadline for students to apply for 2015-16 transfers to schools in districts in which they don’t live — but at least 15 districts say they cannot legally participate in the transfer ...

PATSY R. BROWN

Patsy Rebecca Brown, 79, of El Dorado, passed away Saturday, April 25, 2015, at Hudson Memorial Nursing Home.

Russian roulette

El Dorado police are still trying to determine where a 14-year-old boy got the handgun with which he critically injured a younger boy last week while playing the potentially deadly game of Russian roulette.

Russian roulette

El Dorado police are still trying to determine where a 14-year-old boy got the handgun with which he critically injured a younger boy last week while playing the potentially deadly game of Russian roulette.

The CALL of Union County

“So often we go to different countries to serve children, and so often we hear horror stories about all those big cities and we go to the inner cities and serve the kids. I think we often overlook what is right in our own backyard. They could be sitting right next to my daughter at school, that child that just needs love, may have been removed from her home at two in the morning, who ...

Miracle of Resurrection

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Gov. Bobby Jindal on Thursday gave a full-throated defense of a divisive religious objections bill that critics say could sanction discrimination against same-sex couples in Louisiana

Non-profit group gets $1 million federal grant

NORTH LITTLE ROCK (AP) — An Arkansas nonprofit organization created to help budding entrepreneurs turn their ideas into products they can sell was awarded a $1 million federal grant Monday to renovate and purchase a nearly century-old building where it's housed.