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Update: More Ark snow on tap, but in lesser volume

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) -- Snow is in the forecast again for Arkansas but the National Weather Service says the coming winter weather likely won't be as much of a disruption as Thursday's snowfall.

Forecasters said Friday that wintery precipitation will start falling late Saturday night in the state's northwest and the system isn't expected to exit Arkansas until Monday morning.

But the system is expected to drop only a couple of inches of snow in extreme north Arkansas and about an inch in central Arkansas.

There could be some freezing rain as the precipitation begins to fall, but it is expected to change over to snow relatively quickly.
Forecasters say high temperatures will be warm enough on Sunday and Monday that most roads should not be icy, except for bridges and some rural roads.

"The Last Airbender" hits Family Church

"The Last Airbender" hits Family Church

BATESVILLE, Ark. - Jubilee Family Church invites you and your family to come and watch the movie, "The Last Airbender", as it is projected in High Definition onto our giant indoor screen. The show starts at 7 pm.

This is a family-friendly version of the movie that has removed any objectionable language or scenes.

Admission is free, and so is the popcorn! The theater is located at Jubilee Family Church, 45 Thunderbird Lane, Batesville, AR (about 2 miles east of Wal-Mart on Harrison). 870-793-9124

Calling all karaoke kings and queens

Calling all karaoke kings and queens

BATESVILLE, Ark. - Sing your heart out at the Cinnamon Stick Sandwich and Coffee Shop on Main Street! Karaoke is free from 6 pm - 8 pm Friday night. You can bring your own CD and jam along. The full menu is available.

Walking the walk at Fitzhugh Park

Walking the walk at Fitzhugh Park

BATESVILLE, Ark. - Join us January 21 at noon beside the Mickey Mouse Pool for a Ribbon Cutting for the new walking trails through Fitzhugh Park. Wear your walking shoes! For more information, contact the Chamber at 793-2378.

Winter weather causes closing concerns

Winter weather causes closing concerns

LITTLE ROCK, Ark.  - Schools and daycares across the state are closing early due to inclement weather, but some are remaining open for their regular schedules.

For updates to see what schools, businesses, and churches are closing in your area, visit www.todaysthv.com and click on the "Closings and Cancellations" tab.

Today is 'National Coffee Break Day'

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- According to the National Coffee Association of U.S., Thursday is "National Coffee Break Day."

The Coffee Association is encouraging everyone on Thursday, Jan. 20 to take a break from their work day and enjoy a cup of coffee.

According to folks from the Coffee Association, a workday coffee break is not only beneficial for a worker's overall health, but it makes them more productive and motivated employees. 

You can find out about any events going on in your community at NationalCoffeeBreak.org.

www.nationalcoffeebreak.org
www.facebook.com/NationalCoffeeBreak
twitter.com/NtnlCoffeeBreak

 

Have you seen these suspected thieves?

SEARCY, Ark. (Searcy PD & KTHV) - The Searcy Police Department needs your help identifying two suspects in relation to a theft, the fraudulent use of a credit card, and forgeries.

On Tuesday, Jan. 18, a purse was stolen from a vehicle at the 300 block of N. Main. Credit cards from the stolen purse have been used at various Searcy businesses including Wal-Mart, Hastings, and JC Penney. The two suspects, believed to be black females, are also being sought in conjunction with forged checks. The checks were stolen from the Batesville area and have been used in the Searcy area. The suspects were seen in a light color truck.

If you have any information on the identity of these two individuals, please contact the Searcy Police Department at 501-268-3531.