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Clark County liquor license hot item

Clark County liquor license hot item

CLARK COUNTY, Ark. (KTHV) -- The Alcoholic Beverage Commission says they are currently processing 29 applications from Clark County with only five licenses available.

"Main Street Café, we will never serve alcohol."

Dino Ochello works hard to make his 3-year-old cafe the best in Arkadelphia.

But after November's vote to make Clark County wet, he has some concerns about the future of his community.

"I just don't see how college kids and alcohol can be a good thing. If I had preference, I'd rather send my kid to a college town that doesn't have access to alcohol."

Monday forecast 6/13

Today's Box Office: 'Super 8' is super fun

Anyone who was born around 1970s should find Super 8 right up their alley. It's kind of like Steven Spielberg's greatest hits remixed by J.J. Abrams. Rated PG-13.

Click on the video link above to hear Martin's complete review!

Friday forecast 6/10

More of the same expected as we head into the weekend. Slight rain chances are possible by Sat/Sun as a cold front slowly sags into the state.  Rain chances will mainly be confined to northern Arkansas.

Friday:Partly Cloudy, High 93

Friday Night:  Mostly Clear, Low 72

Saturday:  Mostly Sunny, High 93, 20% T'Showers-North

Saturday Night:  Mostly Clear, Low 72

Thursday forecast

A little change in the forecast as the upper level high pressure drifts off to the west. This will allow a trough of low pressure along the gulf coast to affect mainly the eastern part of the state, with better T'storm chances.

Wednesday Night:  Mostly Clear, Low 72

Thursday: Partly Cloudy, High 94, 20% T'storms

Wednesday forecast 6/8

A little change in the forecast as the upper level high pressure drifts off to the west. This will allow a trough of low pressure along the gulf coast to affect mainly the eastern part of the state, with better T'storm chances.

Wednesday: Partly Cloudy, High 95, 20% T'Storms

Kitchen for Kids registry to help 'Women & Children First'

The new 'Kitchen for Kids' gift registry at Target is an easy way you can help provide comforts of home for Women & Children First -- a center against family violence and a safe shelter for families fleeing domestic abuse in Arkansas..  

You can be a part of this exciting kitchen renovation in one of three easy ways (now through July 30)--

1. Visit any Target store near you. Select "Women and Children First" in the TargetList section of the registry. 

2. Shop online. Click here for the direct link to the"Women & Children First" TargetList registry page.