The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), through the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), awarded nearly $583 million to 1,385 HRSA-funded health centers in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and eight U.S. territories to expand COVID-19 testing. Nearly 88 percent of HRSA-funded health centers report testing patients, with more than 65 percent offering walkup or drive-up testing. Health centers are currently providing more than 100,000 weekly COVID-19 tests in their local communities. In Arkansas a total of $4,766,433 was awarded to 12 health centers. 1st Choice Healthcare received $387,229 of those funds.
If you’re like many people, you may not think about assessing your personal property until one of two things happens: it’s time to renew your vehicle tags, or it’s time to pay property taxes.
Clay Co students winners of 2020 Create@State Symposium Haywood receives Chancellor’s Create@State Award
Ryan Carter, Ameri-Corp VISTA volunteer announced Friday, May 2 that the Corning Community Garden was the recipient of a $2,500 grant from the Arkansas Farm Bureau Foundation.
PIGGOTT – Hugh Martin of Athens, Ohio, has been selected as the Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum & Educational Center 2020 Writer-in-Residence. The residency will allow Martin to live and work in the community of Piggott for a month, sharing his knowledge and experience with local writers and working on his own writings. A more detailed schedule of the residency will be available later.