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Tracer Communications has been serving the River Valley since 1995. The company originally began in the Russellville area when Josh Sperry bought the company from the original owner Danny Tracer. … more
I’m takin’ you back to the summer of 2003.  Out of the blue I got a call from Patrick Gottsch, a member of the well-known Nebraska ag family.  He told me he was building a TV … more
  Food engineer joins Ag Experiment Station, Bumpers College   By Fred Miller U of A System Division of Agriculture @AgNews479     FAYETTEVILLE, — … more
SPRINGDALE — Tyson Fresh Meats, the beef and pork subsidiary of Tyson Foods, Inc. is putting its support behind a cattle disease traceability program called U.S. CattleTrace. This makes … more
  Forbes joins NATCO Flippin, — Northern Arkansas Telephone Company (NATCO) has welcomed Dallas Forbes to their team as a staff accountant. As a former resident of the area and a … more
The city of Jasper is holding a spring information and job fair at Bradley Park Friday, April 23, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Mayor Jan Larson said during Thursday night's city council meeting there will be … more
  Collins, Tennyson pass E.D. course   Melissa Collins, chair of the Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce, and Scott Tennyson, Chair of the Chamber’s economic development … more
Dear Dave, Our daughter recently moved back in with us after she lost her job and her apartment. She hasn’t been able to find full-time work yet, and she had nowhere else to go. My husband … more
YELLVILLE, – Arvest Bank has been recognized by Forbes magazine as one of the “World’s Best Banks” for the third consecutive year. The honor is based on customer … more
The Harrison District Board of Realtors was able to meet in person for the first time in 13 months at Western Sizzlin on Tuesday, April 13. The 2020 Awards for Excellence were passed out in a … more
FAYETTEVILLE — Andrew Sharpley, one of the founders of the Arkansas Discovery Farms Program, retired from his Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station research post in January … … more
  ON THE EDGE OF COMMON SENSE by Baxter Black, DVM   Best and worst of times   It is the best of times. Calving at its finest.  The calling of those chosen to … more
Dave Says Obstacles and answers Dear Dave, In your mind, what are some of the biggest mental and emotional obstacles preventing people from addressing their financial problems? Roger Dear … more
Marnie Oldner, CEO of Stone Bank has been appointed by Chairman Jelena McWilliams to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporations’ (FDIC) Advisory committee on Community Banking. The Committee … more
JJ’s Buffalo Bar & Grill has opened at 8800 Highway 7 South just past Hwy. 206. Jason and Scarlett Phifer own about 11 acres of land in that area plus another business. “This is … more
Planet Fitness purchased the former Fred’s location a couple of years ago. But COVID-19 delayed construction and the opening date. Now, the corporate offices have given permission to proceed … more
Possible Pull Quote: “Business owners often don’t plan or budget enough for the right marketing strategy. Marketing is not an expense. It’s an investment,” Clint … more
WASHINGTON — The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has declared April 2021 as Invasive Plant Pest and Disease Awareness Month (IPPDAM). The national outreach initiative enlists the … more
ON THE EDGE OF COMMON SENSE by Baxter Black, DVM   ‘Kinda makes a feller soft’   They stood in the back of the room lookin’ like two Oakland Raider … more
Fast facts: Plant composition in pastures shifts due to multiple causes Fertilization, weed control, mowing/grazing management can help maintain forages   FAYETTEVILLE — Over … more
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