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Tuesday
September 16, 2014
Magnolia Banner News

SAU enrollment exceeds 3,500

For the first time, Southern Arkansas University has more than 3,500 students enrolled on its Magnolia campus, and numerous enrollment records were broken, according to a release from the university.

Panthers beat Monticello 20-7

MONTICELLO - Magnolia struck quickly and went on to defeat Monticello 20-7 on the road Friday night. "It's been a while since Magnolia has felt the feeling of 2-0 and we're going to enjoy it ...

SAU to host gaming competition

Registration is now open for Southern Arkansas University’s Super Smash Bros. Brawl tournament, to be held from 1-7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20, at Borderland Games, 2846 Richmond Rd., Texarkana, Texas.

Life of Riley

EMERSON — Moving through the rooms of the Canaan Land Church parsonage that Beatrice Riley now calls home is like touring a small museum filled with Native American artifacts.

Panthers beat Monticello 20-7

MONTICELLO - Magnolia struck quickly and went on to defeat Monticello 20-7 on the road Friday night. "It's been a while since Magnolia has felt the feeling of 2-0 and we're going to enjoy it for now," said Panthers' head coach John Panter.

Can any president be deemed a success?

The question wasn't really as comprehensive as it could have been, but the Washington Post-ABC news poll was nevertheless startling: a majority of those responding, 52 percent of them, described Barack Obama's presidency as a "failure." Even one in four Democrats agreed to that word: "failure."