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The North Arkansas Regional Medical Center Board of Directors met for their monthly meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 25, and heard a report from Director of Nursing, Donna Boehm about the Safe Sleep Certification. more
November … the general election is top of mind for most people in business, and today, most everyone else with the challenges that inflation, energy, crime, education, etc., are presenting. The Chamber is no exception. more
Over the Flippin Top is a new business for the area and was started by Realtor and former Marine Lauri Rottmayer. more
Over the Flippin Top is a new business for the area and was started by Realtor and former Marine Lauri Rottmayer. Marshmallows and Marines don’t seem to go together in the same sentence, but … more
If you're planning a new bed for perennials, ground covers, shrubs or trees to plant next spring, begin by creating a good foundation. It's easier to improve soil before plants are in place, so the time to do so is now. First, get rid of weeds. Then test your soil for pH and amend it if necessary for the plants you're planning there. If you're lucky enough to have fallen leaves on your property, push a thin layer of them into garden beds and spread them with a rake. Then put some well-sourced, unsterilized compost over the leaves. Contrary to traditional beliefs, there's no need to till. Tilling can do more harm than good. more
LITTLE ROCK – The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has issued a Federal Order for the expansion of quarantine areas for the existing imported fire ant quarantine areas in Arkansas. more
The Newton County Extension Service is having a Pesticide Applicator Training course for those that need to apply or re-certify for their restricted use pesticide license. This training is mandatory prior to using restricted use pesticides in Arkansas. The cost of the training will be $20. The training will be held at the Newton County Extension office in Jasper on Thursday November 3, at 6 p.m. more
Dave Says Honesty is a necessity Dear Dave, After hearing you talk about financial infidelity, I have to admit that I hide money from my husband. I have been setting aside money for emergencies … more
A new Mexican restaurant, Los Aztecas is opening in the Younes Shopping Center. But the owners are no … more
Brianna Barber always wanted to own a pet monkey. Since she had been saving her money for a long time for the … more
The Boone County Extension hosted the Progressive Agriculture Safety Days with around 400 fourth grade students from area county schools. The two day event was held at the fairgrounds and the … more
Dave Says Help! I’m behind on everything    Dear Dave,   I need help. I am way behind on my basic utilities and my taxes. I have tried to start the Baby Steps, … more
Cox hosts ribbon cutting Facelift, remodel complete     By DONNA BRAYMER donnab@harrisondaily.com     Cox Communications hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony … more
LITTLE ROCK — Bank OZK  announced that net income available to common stockholders for the third quarter of 2022 was $128.3 million, a 1.5% decrease from $130.3 million for the third … more
Lindsey Gabbard has a big heart for people who are hurting, as well as rescuing horses and she feels a definite calling to do both. Branded Equine Based Therapy Services is a non-profit business … more
LITTLE ROCK — Governor Asa Hutchinson, state legislative members, agriculture industry leaders, and the Arkansas Department of Agriculture announced approval of the state meat inspection … more
My friend, Donna, had never been on a rafting trip before, until someone gave one to her as a gift; which meant she felt obligated to go. Little did she realize that the river her group would be … more
Editor’s Note: Adam Willis, Newton County Extension Agent Staff Chair shares a newsletter from Associate Center Director of Extension and Extension Poultry Health Veterinarian F.D. Clark, DVM, … more
Arkansas farmers and landowners have until Nov. 4 to sign up for financial assistance through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) for the 2023 year, says Dr. Henry English, head of … more
Mike Nabors woke up in the middle of the night with the idea of hosting a free concert at Neighbor’s Mill. … more
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