Boone County Judge Robert Hathaway announced today that he has formed a county-wide broadband committee in an effort to maximize the potential of providing broadband access throughout the county.
At the Harrison City Council meeting held on Thursday, Sept. 28, the council took action on a variety of scheduled business items, from equipment updates to budget considerations and a historic bridge donation from which the Public Works Department hopes to utilize materials as a trail crossing bridge over Crooked Creek.
MT. JUDEA — The Deer/Mt. Judea School District has been looking to hire a music teacher since before the start of the school year, and now to that search add a coach.
The Diamond City City Council met on the evening of Tuesday, Sept. 26, and discussed what the city plans to do about an ongoing issue with planning and zoning for RV parks in the area. Revisions to the zoning code are currently in the works, and the goal is to have revisions in place before the next busy tourist season beginning in March 2024.
North Arkansas Regional Medical Center has been a focal point in the community in recent weeks and the hospital's president and CEO, Sammie Cribbs, updated the hospital's board of directors on the organization's outreach.
Mia Barrett will be crowned 2023 Harrison High School Homecoming Queen during activities at 2 p.m., 4 p.m., and 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 29.
The Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors met for their monthly meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 26, at the chamber’s office at Signature Bank Tower.
The City of Harrison annual fall city-wide cleanup will begin Monday, Oct. 16 and close on Oct. 20. Pick-up will occur on regularly scheduled LRS service days.
LITTLE ROCK — On Saturday, Sept. 23, the Little Rock Zoo received a report of a wild bat flying erratically on Zoo grounds. The bat tested positive for rabies at the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) Glen F. Baker Public Health Laboratory. Although we have not yet heard any reports that the bat came in contact with anyone, as a precaution, we are asking individuals who may have encountered the bat to contact the ADH.
EDITOR’S NOTE: For Part II of The life and Times of William Wesley ‘Little Wes’ Hudson, see last week’s (Sept. 21) edition of the Harrison Daily Times, Museum Musings, page A3.
ALMA — The volleyball postseason is in the sights of the Harrison Lady Goblins.
The 5A-West race is going to be a long 14-game season.
Christmas came early for Harrison High School’s football team.
The annual match between Mountain Home and Harrison will be a 7 p.m. kick on Friday night.
Over the course of the Harrison and Mountain Home football rivalry, one team has dominated the final scores.
it is time for football.
Week 0 of the Arkansas high school football season starts on Friday for several schools.