The Empowered conference takes place on April 30, starting at 9 a.m., at the Jonesboro Worship Center (1507 East Matthews Avenue). Visit www.jonesboroworshipcenter.com, like www.facebook.com/JWCloop, or call 870-932-2316 for more details.
The St. Bernards Health and Wellness Expo was a raging success. KJNB is a proud sponsor. So we decided to send a special little correspondent out to First National Bank arena to show all of our viewers the highlights of this wonderful event.
JONESBORO, Ark- Calling all garden lovers and those plant enthusiasts out there as one local school hosts its annual plant sale. People arrived early Friday morning to get their pick at the Jonesboro Public Schools Health, Wellness, and Environmental Studies Magnet School plant sale. Gifted and Talented teacher Melinda Smith says the sale grows bigger and bigger every year. “This is our 13th annual plant sale. We started super small, like two or three tables worth of things,
DOWNTOWN JONESBORO, Ark- The Downtown Jonesboro Alliance hosts its Main Event luncheon today. The fourth annual DJA Main Event took place this afternoon. The luncheon highlights downtown Jonesboro businesses and partner organizations and features upcoming downtown events. “I couldn't be more excited with how it went honestly,” said DJA executive director Sarah Doss. “Our keynote speaker Ben Muldrow was excellent. He touched on all the things I think applied to everyone in the
CRAIGHEAD COUNTY, Ark- Law enforcement agencies from across the state are in Jonesboro as they get a little help handling human trafficking cases here in Arkansas. Over 50 law enforcement agencies from across Arkansas are participating in the Human Trafficking Training Center program. The two-day event works to educate first responders on the signs of the 150 billion dollar a year industry. “In order to fight human trafficking in our state, we got to collaborate,” said Megan
JONESBORO, Ark- For those at home with children interested in the medical field, you might want to pay attention to this story. Applications are open for NYIT Project H.E.A.R.T. (Health Education Advocacy Reflection and Training) summer program. The free week-long program introduces high school students to the medical field. And with a focus on providing care in the Delta region. “It’s just a fantastic opportunity for local high school students to find ways to get involved an
NORTHEAST ARKANSAS- The United Way of Northeast Arkansas recently wrapped up it’s second annual NEA Sings fundraiser. United Way staff and NEA Sings organizers call the virtual fundraiser a win, win, as it raised near $50,000 that will be put back into helping communities across the region. “Not only does it highlight great talent, it is also a great way to raise money for United Way,” says organizer Teresa Roche. Roche says the virtual competition featured 48 singers and ban