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There’s more to flying than hot air
As the 26th Annual Hot Air Balloon State Championship was kicking off, several pilots gave media representatives and other individuals a chance to see what it’s like to ride in one. Rick …
Harrison School mask policy revisited
Harrison School Superintendent Dr. Stewart Pratt said Thursday night he would make a recommendation to the Board of Education Tuesday night about the district’s face mask policy. Pratt …
$2,000 appropriated for veterans’ flags
The Boone County Quorum Court appropriated $2,000 Tuesday night to help the Boone County War Memorial Association replace and restore US Flags flown around the monument on the courthouse lawn on …
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Harrison Police log Sept. 19, 2021

12:29 a.m. – A woman out of state called requesting an officer check on her children living with their father in Harrison. She said she was concerned about the mental health of one of the …

    • Harrison Police log Sept. 18, 2021

      1:15 a.m. – A caller reported a possible disturbance at an address on Country Circle, but an officer said all was quiet when he checked the …

    • Harrison Police log Sept. 17, 2021

      7:18 a.m. – A caller reported an older man sitting on a bench outside Wash World talking to himself and making other customers nervous. An …

    • Harrison Police log Sept. 16, 2021

      2:13 a.m. – A man called to report another man stole a gaming system from the caller’s residence and he had video of the event. He declined …

    • Harrison Police log Sept. 15, 2021

      2:15 a.m. – Dispatch received several calls regarding a male subject at Casey’s on Highway 65 North. He had a room at a motel, but was too …

    • Harrison Police log Sept. 14, 2021

      12:38 a.m. – A woman called to report problems with her ex-husband regarding a vehicle they jointly owned. An officer tried to return her …

    • Harrison Police log Sept. 13, 2021

      9:15 a.m. – An employee at Ozark Chiropractic reported another employee poured liquor and soap on chairs and carpets over the weekend. An …

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Men and Women Distinction Event
Men and Women Class of Distinction- The Class of 2021 John Paul Hammerschmidt “Men and Women Of Distinction" event was taped live Wednesday, July 28th. The video of the virtual ceremony will …
Security Cameras Installed
Security Work- Employees with Genesis Datacom prepare to install security cameras at the Rotary Club’s  Wonder Willa Park due to recent vandalism with the playground equipment and the …
4th of July Scenes
Scenes of the 4th of July events held in Harrison on July 3rd and 4th.
Business
Painting is therapeutic to business owner
Robin Wilson started her own company, Colorscapes & Concepts 20 years ago and thoroughly enjoys painting the interior and exterior of homes. “I don’t do artistic painting,” she …
Erratic weather, multiple pathogens may lurk behind ‘overnight flagging of oaks’
LITTLE ROCK — 2021 has been tough on a lot of species, and Arkansas’ oaks are no exception, with leaves that have turned brown, look scorched and seemed to flag …
Ralston Family Farms makes sale to China
Ralston Family Farms makes sale to China   Staff Report news@harrisondaily.com     LITTLE ROCK – Governor Hutchinson, along with Tim and Robin Ralston of …
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Marshall gets back on track

  BRINKLEY — The Marshall Bobcats were looking to end their skid on Friday night. After dropping two contests in a row, the Bobcats defeated Brinkley in a non-conference 8-Man …

Lady Pioneers looking for successful season

North Arkansas College women's basketball coach Bobby Howard is a veteran coach. When Coach Howard gets excited about the upcoming season, opponents had better take note.

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Raymond and Pam White celebrate 50th anniversary

Raymond and Pam White will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, May 23. Friends, family and community members are invited to join in the celebration of their life together. There will be …

Friends of the Berryville Library hosts raffle

The Friends of the Berryville Library will be raffling off items during the annual Pioneer Days celebration, Sept. 24-25. You will definitely want to throw your name in the hat for a chance to win …

Arkansas State and Scripps Spelling Bee registration information

It’s time to prepare for the Scripps 2021/22 Spelling Bee! Last year’s Bee was hindered by snow, ice and a pandemic. This year, the Bee will be will have virtual and in-person options for …

Giving to those who give the most

Ozark Share & Care just got a boost thanks to a large donation of food.

Marion County AFR Rodeo scheduled

The Marion County Fair Board has announced that the rodeo will be held Friday, Sept. 24 and Saturday, Sept. 25. Goat Tying and Poles will be held Saturday, Sept. 25 at 5 p.m. and rodeo begins at …

Free movie premiere event at the Lyric Oct. 9

The Lyric Theater will be showing the premiere of “Batman: Under the Red Hood,” a Will Reed movie, Saturday, Oct. 9 at 7 p.m. The movie was shot all over the state of Arkansas, including scenes …

Hutchcraft donates to NARMC

In appreciation of the ongoing behind-the-scenes sacrifice of community medical workers, Ron Hutchcraft Ministries provided North Arkansas Regional Medical Center with a gift of 400 “Candygrams” …
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Coy and Rita Huff will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary on Thursday, Sept. 23rd. The couple married Sept. 23, 1961. Coy runs a cattle operation in the Osage valley and Rita is a real …
Michael and Kimberly Eddings of Western Grove are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Hailey Brett Eddings, to Landon James Wilson Smith, son of Scott and Karen Smith of …
The Cherokee of Arkansas and Missouri (CAM) Tribe, District 8’s next scheduled meeting will be held on Saturday, Sept. 25, 1 p.m. The meeting will be at the Arise Church, 1601 E. Main St., Mountain …
Congratulations to 9th grader Draven Reaney and Bruno-Pyatt Elementary students Dakota Heinen, Samuel Lodrigue and Robby Wakefield for being selected as Bruno-Pyatt Students of the Week for Aug. 31 …
The September meeting of the Boone County Master Gardeners was held at the Fellowship Bible Church, 408 N. Ozark Street in their large outdoor pavilion. President Olena opened the meeting at 6 p.m. …
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Balloon Festival Volunteers still needed

Schedule for Balloon Festival volunteers Info Booth Friday and Saturday All Shifts: Meet behind the airport terminal 15 minutes prior to your shift. There will be a table with the schedule of …

Flippin Yearbook staff awarded

The Flippin High School Yearbook Staff attended a workshop in Mountain Home on Thursday, Sept. 2, hosted by Jostens. The group learned new skills and techniques that they are excited to apply to the …

Thea Foundation announces increase for Scholarship Competition

Thea Foundation is excited to announce the 2021-2022 scholarship competition will more than double the amount granted to Arkansas high school seniors from 2020/2021. The Foundation will continue to …
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News from Yocum

A beginning of a new week and did we surprise Curtis and Vickie Bradley with a potluck dinner in honor of them being there at the Oak Grove Freewill Baptist Church for 25 years. They are from Kansas …

News from Lead Hill

’m happy to report that the lake has gone down and now we can walk and drive around the Lead Hill Park. Happy Birthday to Shirley Lasley, Sept. 22. This evening, the Summer Bash takes place …

News from Batavia

Ernest Ramsey and Carl Ramsey did cleanup work at the Capps Cemetery last Saturday. If anyone wanted to at least clean up around their own family graves that effort would be welcomed. As a reminder …

Northark holds Leadership Camp

The TRIO Educational Talent Search at North Arkansas College hosted their 4-day, 3-night Leadership Camp at the Arkansas 4-H Center in Little Rock on June 7-10th. Students participated in several …

Harrison Moose Lodge makes tracks in community

The Harrison Moose Lodge #2208 was visited by Moose International Governor Bruce Berger to meet the newly appointed board of officers and members. His stop was one of many as he worked his way across …
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