Information for Cabot, Arkansas
Homes - Schools - Census Data - Jobs - Maps
Latitude: 34.972647 -- Longitude: -92.022329
To have your business displayed on this page, visit www.Infignos.comPremium Listings only will appear at the top of this page.
As of the census of 2000, there were 9,764 people, 3,601 households, and 2,823 families residing in the city. The population density was 415.6/km² (1,076.4/mi²). There were 3,762 housing units at an average density of 160.1/km² (414.7/mi²). The racial makeup of the city was 95.87% White, 1.53% Black or African American, 0.34% Native American, 1.05% Asian, 0.37% from other races, and 0.84% from two or more races. 1.05% of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race.
There were 3,601 households out of which 42.6% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 63.9% were married couples living together, 11.1% had a female householder with no husband present, and 21.6% were non-families. 19.1% of all households were made up of individuals and 7.0% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.65 and the average family size was 3.03.
-- Source: Wikipedia.com
What to do in NewQuestCity.comTM: Learn about Cabot. See Cabot photos. Join our Discussion Forums.
Enter our Photo Sweepstakes and Win $200 for your Cabot photos!
Submit your photos of Cabot and become eligible to win $200. Click Here for details.
A great place to find local homes for sale in Cabot Arkansas, including new homes, condos and foreclosures. Custom FREE relocation packets available for homebuyers moving to Cabot Arkansas, News from newspapers, both Arkansas and national newspapers. Search for Cabot Arkansas jobs and help wanted. Cabot Arkansas movie listings along with local weather. Find a Realtor licensed in Cabot Arkansas who is experienced in helping homebuyers move to Cabot Arkansas. Find census data or local information about Cabot Arkansas or on other Arkansas cities.
To ask a question or make a comment about Cabot, Arkansas Click Here.
See the AskMe Feature Below.
ASKME a Question About Cabot, Arkansas
To ask a question or make a comment about Cabot, ArkansasClick Here.
Census Data for Cabot, Arkansas
Arkansas 2000 Census Population Profile Map
|Median age for Male
|Median age for Female
|Average household size
|Average family size
Visit US Census
Other Area Cities:
North Little Rock
Other Popular Arkansas Cities: Bentonville Cabot Conway Fayetteville Fort Smith Hot Springs Little Rock Mountain Home Rogers Springdale
Return to Arkansas
Go to the NewQuestCity.com Home Page
Business Cards | Car Rentals | Colleges | Credit Repair Services | Dogs for Sale | Health Insurance | House Plans | Marketing | Music Lyrics | Newspapers | Radio Stations | Spirituality Information | World Map | Yellow Pages
If you are planning a relocation to Cabot Arkansas and are interested in existing homes in Cabot Arkansas or new homes in Cabot Arkansas, please click on the graphic above. If you are relocating to Cabot you can receive a FREE “Relocation to Cabot Arkansas” relocation package, which may include a map of Cabot, a Cabot newspaper, information about homes in Cabot Arkansas and more. This is an ideal, worry free way to ease the stress of relocation to Cabot Arkansas by giving you a Cabot Relocation expert to help coordinate your move to Cabot Arkansas. We want to help you make your search for Cabot Arkansas Real Estate as easy and as pleasant as possible. Real Estate in Cabot Arkansas is probably very different from your current location – trust your Cabot Arkansas Relocation to an expert – click on the link today!
Topics on this site include: Cabot homes, Cabot new homes, Cabot real estate and Cabot newspaper including homes Cabot real estate, Cabot AR real estate and check Cabot MLS homes for sale and houses for sale, find realtors and real estate agents, get new houses plus Cabot new homes and homebuilders, find Cabot foreclosures, Cabot houses for sale, condominiums and Cabot Condos, and Cabot AR newspaper reports, lofts and Cabot lofts homes, look for apartments townhomes townhouses, search jobs and help wanted, movies, bars, restaurants and events, Cabot luxury homes.
- Cabot Arkansas Real Estate Relocation Home Page - Cabot Arkansas Real Estate - Homebuying in Cabot Arkansas - Finding a Realtor in Cabot Arkansas - Successful Move to a New Home in Cabot Arkansas - Cabot Arkansas Real Estate Mortgage Lenders - Successful Relocation to Cabot Arkansas
- Buying a For Sale By Owner in Cabot Arkansas
- Real Estate Industry in Cabot Arkansas
- Buying a Fixer-Upper in Cabot Arkansas - Best Deal on a home in Cabot Arkansas
- Home Inspections for Real Estate in Cabot Arkansas - Realtor Agency in Cabot Arkansas - Buying a Foreclosure in Cabot Arkansas - Buying or Renting Homes in Cabot Arkansas - Buidling or Buying in Cabot Arkansas
Check out what's happening in the NewQuestCity Forums for Arkansas .
KNWA/Fayetteville-Fort Smith is looking for a new morning anchor. TV Spy reports J.R. Davis signed off this morning after two years at the station. Davis is going to work for the Asa Hutchinson campaign as the communication director. Davis isn't new to the job of communications director as Davis left the station in 2010 to work for Arkansas Congressman Steve Womack.
This from the tip box:
Looks like former KSLA weather-guesser, "Stormtracker Steve Parr" has landed at KEEL 710am in Shreveport, co-hosting conservative talkshow: "America on the Edge".
Parr left KSLA/Channel 12/Shreveport at the end of June. Parr had been with Channel 12 since 2007.
Sometimes we just can't make things up....check this out. FTV Live points out a Fox News viewer wrote into Bill O'reilly stating he was aggravated with liberals being on the BO show. The viewers name..Ed Oretelli from Monroe, Louisiana. The editor of FTV Live searched the name on the internet and low and behold there is an Ed Oretelli from Monroe that is the General Manager of KNOE/Channel 8/Monroe. LA. Could it be?
FTV Live reports the staff at former Allbritton station NOW Sinclair Broadcasting station WJLA/Channel 7/Washington DC was paid a visit by Sinclair CEO David Smith and other company execs. Sinclair finalized the deal to purchase the Allbritton broadcast tv stations last week..including KATV/Channel 7/Little Rock. FTV Live says, "Smith met with the staff and started out trying to downplay the misconceptions many have about Sinclair. He tried to downplay the fact that Sinclair leans hard to the conservative side and tried using the company's station in Seattle as a "liberal" example.
Smith talked about the vast network of stations they own, and how they help one another. Paraphrased example: “Say you want live coverage about the “invasion” – you could call our El Paso or Brownsville station to set one up.” We presuming the "invasion" he was referring to was the stream of people crossing the US's southern border."
I wonder when Smith will show up in Little Rock.
KTAL/Channel 6/Shreveport has been designated by the National Weather Service as Weather Ready Nation Ambassador. The NWS office in Shreveport says KTAL is the first station in Louisiana to become a Weather Ready Nation Ambassador. The NWS website says the goal of the National Weather Service's Weather-Ready Nation initiative is increasing the nation's weather-readiness so that the country will be better prepared to protect, mitigate, and respond to and recover from weather-related disasters.
The Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador initiative is an effort to formally recognize NOAA partners who are improving the nation's readiness against extreme weather, water, and climate events. As a Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador, the Bossier Parish Library will work with the National Weather Service to strengthen the area's resilience against extreme weather by taking a leadership role in educating the public on weather hazards and promoting weather awareness activities in the community.
That wonderful print publication The Inquistor reports KTBS/Channel 3/Shreveport anchor Jody Lowery was arrested last week for DWI. The publication states she was arrested in Red River Parish July 31st.
KARK/Channel 4/Little Rock has named a new co-anchor for its weekday morning program. Aaron Nolan will be joining Mallory Brooks and Greg Dee weekday mornings beginning in September. KARK anchor Matt Mosely announced last week he will be leaving the station to focus on ministry full-time.
Here is the KARK press release:
Aaron Nolan will be starting his work day as little earlier as the new co-anchor of KARK 4 Today. Nolan returned to Little Rock and KARK-TV in 2013 as a co-anchor of the statewide noon broadcast “Arkansas Today” alongside Mallory Brooks. Nolan will now transition his anchoring duties to KARK’s 2-hour morning show and serve as a feature reporter highlighting “local news that matters” for KARK’s evening broadcasts.“I’m really excited to join such a strong morning team with Mallory and Greg Dee,” said Nolan. “I can’t say enough about how much I enjoy working with them each day at noon. I look forward to spending even more time with them each morning.”“Aaron has the type of personality and energy that should be a hit with morning viewers,” said KARK-TV News Director Austin Kellerman. “He’s an outside-the-box thinker who will bring new ideas to the table each morning. In addition to making sure you’re caught up on news, weather and traffic, I expect him to leave you with some moments you’ll be talking about later in the day.”Prior to returning to Central Arkansas, Nolan anchored a one-hour 9 p.m. newscast at Nexstar Broadcasting’s KOLZ in Springfield, Missouri. Earlier in his career, Nolan worked at Nexstar Broadcasting’s KNWA in Fayetteville and spending four years at KARK-TV as a sports anchor and reporter for the popular “Razorback Nation” product. He’s a Maumelle native who graduated from the University of Central Arkansas with a degree in Telecommunications. “This is my home. This is where we want to be,” said Nolan. “I feel blessed to have the opportunity to help my friends and neighbors get their mornings started each day.”Nolan officially begins his new duties on Monday, September 1. He will replace Matt Mosler who recently announced he’d be transitioning into full-time ministry work with New Life Church.Nolan is married to KARK-TV weekday evening co-anchor and fellow Arkansas native Ashley Ketz. KARK-TV is owned by Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc.
KTHV/Channel 11/Little Rock parent company Gannett is splitting up. The company announced today it will be splitting up it's newspaper and broadcast television stations/digital properties into two separate entities.
"The bold actions we are announcing today are significant next steps in our ongoing initiatives to increase shareholder value by building scale, increasing cash flow, sharpening management focus and strengthening all of our businesses to compete effectively in today's increasingly digital landscape," said Gannett president and chief executive Gracia Martore.
Gannett's has 46 broadcast tv stations and owns cars.com and careerbuilder.com and owns USA Today and 200 weeklies and magazines and community news service Newsquest.
KSLA/Channel 12/Shreveport is in a squabble with Direct TV. Ah, that's right it's that time to renegotiate the retransmission fees. In a video message on the station's website, KSLA and DirecTV have until August 31st to come to an agreement. And then if an agreement isn't reached..that's right KSLA will pull the plug on the feed to DirecTV.
At KSLA, nothing is more important to us than providing the ArkLaTex with the very best in local news and weather, along with your favorite CBS programming.
In order to serve our viewers, KSLA has in place agreements with the cable and satellite companies that bring our station to your home. In fact, KSLA has such agreements in place with every TV provider in our area.
Raycom Media our parent company is currently negotiating in good faith with DirecTV. We will keep you updated here, on air and on the KSLA News 12 Facebook page as to our progress.
Well KATV/Channel 7/Little Rock seems to have found its new weekend sports anchor. Kyle Deckelbaum from WKBT/Channel 8/La Crosse, WI is joing the Channel 7 crew. Kyle is a Washington DC native.Kyle posted his departure from WKBT on its sports face book page.
KATV/Channel 7/Little Rock weekend sports anchor Robert Burton signed off Sunday night.Burton is moving to Washington DC 's WJLA. Burton had been at channel 7 since 2011.
This from the tip box:
KTAL TV Texarkana newsroom evacuated today after suspicious substance/device found inside.
I wasn't even aware had a live living newsroom in Texarkana anymore. I know they have their call letters and logo on the outside of a building on Summerhill Road. I thought when they pulled out of Central Mall that was it for a studio/newsroom in Texarkana.
KNWA has announced long time anchor Neile Jones is leaving the station.
The announcement states Jones will be moving to Tulsa, Oklahoma to be closer to her family. Jones joined KNWA in 1997. You'll find the entire announcement HERE
I wonder why Raycom doesn't tell its viewers the full story as they seem to want to continue to dawg Direct TV. I would think they would be thanking Direct TV and paying them as without Direct TV the station's wouldn't have many viewers as it has. Take a gander at what WMBF..yes a Raycom station posted about Direct TV.
RAYCOM MEDIA JUST THE FACTS
Raycom Media is a company built on local news. As journalists we pride ourselves on sticking to The Facts as opposed to the conjecture and opinion DIRECTV is sending to customers and Washington.
Here are the facts:
Local TV isn't worth paying for. They preach you will miss your news, weather and sports...really!?!? The internet is available 24/7 with all that information. Maybe stations can take those pennies they get from the sat and cable companies and get some reporters/anchors worth watching. Direct TV and the others should hold out longer..long enough to hurt the station's ratings. Then see whose pocket book it really works. You lose viewers by being greedy you will soon suffer.
- DirecTV earned $2.3 BILLION dollars in 2013, and their profits were up 14%, yet they profess to be "fighting to hold costs down for their subscribers."
- DIRECTV has removed stations from its lineup at least 12 times in the last 3 years as a negotiating and political tactic, including another broadcaster, just last week.
- Since our last agreement with DIRECTV, Raycom Media has successfully negotiated more than 200 agreements without disruption to our viewers. That's a 99% success rate.
- In the history of our company only 3 providers have removed our stations from their system-DIRECTV being one of them.
- Raycom Media looks forward to working with DIRECTV to turn our agreement in principle into a final, fully-binding document. We fully support the terms both parties agreed to Sunday and hope DIRECTV will too.
KATV/Channel 7/Little Rock promotion manager Rob Thomas is leaving Arkansas. A post on Well Dunn Talent's blog confirms his move. The blog says he will be heading to Louisville, KY and working at Raycom NBC affiliate WAVE-TV. Thomas had been with Channel 7 for 6 years.
Raycom broadcast channels, including KSLA/Channel 12/Shreveport are back on Direct TV. Raycom says it has reached an agreement "in principle" with Direct TV. Raycom stations have been off Direct TV since September 1st due to failing to have a new retransmission agreement in place. In a news release Raycom Media President and CEO, Paul McTear stated, “We appreciate our viewer's patience. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank them for their loyalty to their local stations throughout this process. We are very pleased to be, once again, serving them on the DirecTV system and will keep them informed as we work to finalize this agreement.”
Of course the specifics of the agreement will not be released...I would be just curious as to what the "fair market value" of KSLA's signal really is.......
Now we wonder how much Direct TV subscriber's bills will go up.
Additional: 9.8.14 Direct TV commented on the deal:
We thank all of our affected customers for their patience over these past several days and regret that Raycom and too many other broadcast stations are willing to resort to these contrived blackouts to antagonize the public rather than serve it,” said Dan York, chief content officer at DIRECTV.
“Broadcast station groups who ransom their content back into their communities at exorbitant fees deserve the scrutiny of the Federal Communications Commission and local Congressional representatives. Raycom's intentional recent black outs of DISH, Cox and now DIRECTV customers creates an even greater sense of urgency for lawmakers to review and overhaul this anti-consumer retransmission consent process once and for all.”
Raycom/KSLA/Channel 12/Shreveport continues to be dark on Direct TV. What is so funny is KSLA's latest tactics in defending its reason for charging Direct TV "fair market value" for its signal. Check this out from the KSLA website..one can't help but laugh....
UPDATE: September 5th, 7:35pm CST
Raycom Media has worked all day to get a deal done and offered to continue into the night. DirecTV admitted it only needs under 2 hours to get Raycom back on the air so why are they walking away from the discussions now? Call them and ask… We have an offer on the table and will be here all night if needed to hear back from DirecTV.
We Live Here
Over the years we value that you have come to rely on KSLA News 12. We value your loyalty, and we regret that our service has been interrupted for some of our viewers. There is a lot of noise and half-truths in the media about the situation with DirecTV. Please bear with us while we give you more background on what's really happening.
As a local broadcaster, we have a longstanding special relationship with the Ark La Tex that we have been serving for 60 years. We have teams of people dedicated to providing local news, weather, sports and entertainment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. You know a lot of those people. While DirecTV, located in Los Angeles, may not think too much about dropping KSLA from their service, it's a big deal to us- we live here.
The Economics of KSLA
Our economics are simple. We invest heavily in the content that makes KSLA great. That includes local programming, like hours and hours of local news and weather and top tier national programming from our network, which costs us much more today than it did three years ago. We offer all of this programming at no cost to you in its entirety, 24/7/365 over the air and on our digital platforms.
In addition to offering our programming over the air, online and on mobile devices, we also provide it to pay TV providers for a small fee per month. This dispute is about what that fee is for DirecTV. We offer some of the best sports and entertainment programming on TV, like NFL and College Football, NCIS, The Big Bang Theory and 6 hours/day of top quality news and weather coverage from the Ark La Tex. All of that comes at a cost, and those costs increase over time. In fact the cost of our network programming has more than doubled every year on average for the last three years.
We are asking DirecTV to cover their fair share of those increases, like any business would, since our last deal with them is 3 years old. But you deserve to know that what we are asking for is a fraction of what DIRECT TV pays some cable networks that are not nearly as popular in the Ark La Tex. In an average hour, 20% of the Ark La Tex viewing audience watches KSLA. DirecTV pays other content providers that have a much smaller audience 4x more than what we are asking for. Said another way, DirecTV pays certain cable networks four times what we are asking for, while those same cable networks have a fraction of our audience! DirecTV doesn't understand why KSLA is so important to the ArkLaTex. Why else wouldn't they be willing to pay a fair price?
We Need Your Help
The end of August has come and gone and yes Raycom has pulled a number of its stations off of Direct TV. This includes KSLA/Channel 12/Shreveport.. Oh what's that...that's right Raycom wants you to believe Direct TV is the bad guy in the retransmission spat. On KSLA's facebook page, Channel 12 wants viewers to believe it's Direct TV's fault. KSLA replies to many posts telling viewers it wants "fair market value" for its signal. Well this is day 3 of the Raycom stations being dark on Direct TV. How long will it last...just what is the "fair market value" of the station's signal...
KTHV/Channel 11/Little Rock has announced that Joey the Garden Cat has passed away. The station reports Joey succumbed to recent health issues. Joey stole the hearts of KTHV staff members and viewers back in 2007. Read Joey's story HERE.
KTHV/Channel 11/Little Rock has announced
former Razorback Clint Stoerner will be providing the station with analysis for the upcoming football season. Below is the press release:President and General Manager Michael Caplan announced today, former Razorback Quarterback Clint Stoerner will team up with THV11 Sports to provide analysis for the upcoming football season. Caplan added, "Clint brings an Arkansas perspective to this year's full roster of football on THV11. He joins us to weigh in on everything from the Hogs and SEC match-ups to NFL games throughout the season."Stoerner will provide a Thursday NFL breakdown of the match-ups slated for "Thursday Night Football", debuting on CBS and THV11 beginning Sept. 11. He will also be featured on "The Hog Zone" Saturdays early evening and following the late news."Stoerner played with the Razorbacks from 1996 – 1999, under Coaches Danny Ford and Houston Nutt. He played for the Dallas Cowboys for 3 seasons 2000 – 2004, then 2 years with NFL Europe. After that, he played Arena Football for 3 seasons in Dallas and Nashville. Stoerner also provides analysis for Barry Switzer's coachescabana.com (web streaming) and is very involved with social media. Clint stated, "I'm looking forward to being a part of the conversation discussing the Hogs, the SEC, and the NFL. It's a perfect assignment with THV11 and their "4 Days of Football". This is an exciting season and I'm geared up and ready."Clint Stoerner will make his first appearance joining THV11 Sports Anchor Mary Dunleavy, this Saturday on THV11's Hog Zone, as Arkansas takes on Auburn in their season opener. You can follow Clint Stoerner on Twitter @ClintStoerner. Follow Mary Dunleavy @Mary_Dunleavy and follow THV11 @THV11.
John Cole, The Scranton Times-Tribune
The post Juggling Chain Saws appeared first on Personal Liberty.
Last month, the president ignored everything else that was going on in the nation and the world to have dinner with 50 leaders of African states as well as some 350 other guests, including key members of his administration and the few supporters on Capitol Hill whom he can count on.
The post Is Barack Obama A Loyal African Or A Loyal American? appeared first on Personal Liberty.
Joining forces with a group of privacy organizations and former White House officials, four House Democrats sent a letter to President Barack Obama over the weekend urging him to declassify all legal opinions and interpretations involving a controversial executive order used to justify government surveillance.
The post House Democrats To Obama: ‘Secret Law Is A Threat To Democracy’ appeared first on Personal Liberty.
A State Department spokeswoman refused Tuesday to say whether the passports of Americans confirmed to be fighting alongside Islamic State terrorists had been revoked. Reportedly, as many as 300 people with U.S. passports could be fighting under the ISIS flag in Iraq and Syria.
The post Do U.S. Policies On Travel Make ISIS Infiltration A Major Threat? appeared first on Personal Liberty.
In a Labor Day speech in Detroit, Vice President Joe Biden decried the nation’s tax code. But it’s absurd for Biden to blast a tax code for which he’s at least partially responsible. And it’s equally absurd for people to believe that a “fairer” tax code that raises taxes on businesses will somehow spur the economy.
The post Joe Biden’s Absurdity appeared first on Personal Liberty.