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Where you can & can't set off fireworks in central Ark.

Where you can & can't set off fireworks in central Ark.

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - With the fourth of July fast approaching, it would be good to know where in central Arkansas you can light your fireworks.

Here are some of the cities where you can and can't shoot off your pyrotechnics:

 

THV in Your Town for Brickfest

THV in Your Town for Brickfest

MALVERN, Ark. (KTHV) - The annual Malvern Brickfest is set to kick off on Friday, June 26, and THV11 wants to join in on the festival fun. 

THV11 is holding its monthly THV in Your Town in Malvern during the month of June. Some of the newsroom team will be joining in on the Brickfest festivities as part of our visit. Be prepared for some interactive props and Craig O'Neill's standup comedy. 

Brickfest is a family-friendly event full of activities including face painting for the kids and shopping for the adults. There will also be live entertainment including Diamond Rio, followed by live bull riding at the rodeo arena. 

Join the THV11 team and the Malvern community for a fun night at the 2015 Brickfest. 

 

'Shootout of the South' in Hot Springs

'Shootout of the South' in Hot Springs

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (KTHV) - Twenty four of the best teams from Arkansas, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas will be facing off in one of the South’s premier 7 on 7 H.S. football events. 

The tournament will last from Friday until Saturday afternoon. The address for the event is 6800 Pinnacle Valley Road in Little Rock. 

Start time is at 11 a.m. Friday, June 19. A BBQ dinner sponsored by Landers Toyota will be held at 5:30 p.m. 

On Saturday, games will resume at 10 a.m., followed by a luncheon sponsored by Bancorp South at noon. That afternoon the tournament will end with championship games in three different divisions. Awards like Outstanding QB, WR and DB will be presented at approximately 4:30 p.m.

All-day admission into the tournament is $3 per person, and concessions will be available. 

American Idol winner Scotty McCreery takes the stage on June 27

American Idol winner Scotty McCreery takes the stage on June 27

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. - Country star and American Idol winner Scotty McCreery will take the stage Saturday, June 27, at Magic Springs’ Timberwood Amphitheater in Hot Springs.

The show begins at 8 p.m. Nashville-based singer Cody Purvis opens at 7:00 p.m.

In Woods Expo Coming to Hot Springs June 18-20

In Woods Expo Coming to Hot Springs June 18-20

HOT SPRINGS, ARK. – The In-Woods Expo - a live, outdoor forestry event open to the public - takes place just outside of Hot Springs this coming June. The Arkansas Timber Producers Association (ATPA) and Hatton-Brown Publishers Inc. have partnered to bring a larger-than-ever expo show, sure to entertain families, educate forestry professionals from across the South, and exhibit the latest advancements in forestry and logging technology. 

215 Arkansas schools honored with reward funds

215 Arkansas schools honored with reward funds

UNDATED, Ark. (Arkansas Learns) - Being a high performing and improving school not only draws recognition and honor, it also can result in additional funding.

In the 2014-2015 school year, 215 public schools were recognized as high performing and gaining schools through the Arkansas School Recognition and Reward Program. The program recognizes the top 20 percent of schools based on academic achievement, academic growth and graduation rates.

According to the Arkansas Department of Education, “pursuant to Ark. Code Ann. §6-15-2107, the Arkansas School Recognition Program was created to provide financial awards to public schools that experience high student performance, student academic growth, and for a secondary school, high graduation rate.

ASMSA ‘Coding Arkansas’ Future’ through new program

ASMSA ‘Coding Arkansas’ Future’ through new program

HOT SPRINGS – The Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences and the Arts will serve as a leading provider of computer science education and educator training in the state through its “Coding Arkansas’ Future” program.

Coding Arkansas’ Future will provide expanded computer science education courses for schools across Arkansas through ASMSA’s digital learning program. ASMSA will also provide training, support and mentoring to teachers across the state in computer science. Bob Gregory, ASMSA’s dean of academic affairs, announced the new program during the school’s annual Community of Learning Luncheon, which featured Gov. Asa Hutchinson as the guest speaker at the Arlington Hotel on Friday.