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Doug Elms, a former Little Rock police officer, founded SafeHaven Security Group in 2016. “I grew up in Little Rock and became a police officer. HBO did a special on Little Rock called … more
Corn country landscape — painted late summer — high clouds, heavy with moisture waiting for afternoon to thicken and darken and start raising Cain. You can see for miles.  Brown, … more
Young Professionals plan hike   Staff Report news@harrisondaily.com   “The Bridge,” formerly known as the Harrison Young Proffessionals will host a connect event … more
Fast facts Guardian llama protects flock of sheep at research farm Attributes of guardian llamas include longevity, diet, fiber and threat deterrence Madder Akka’s name comes from Sami … more
Corn country landscape — painted late summer — high clouds, heavy with moisture waiting for afternoon to thicken and darken and start raising Cain. You can see for miles.  Brown, … more
Dear Dave, All the talk on the news about inflation is a little scary. Is there any way to protect yourself against it on a day-to-day basis? Garret Dear Garret, When people start talking about … more
The Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce and Robin Wilson hosted a ribbon cutting on Tuesday, Sept. 28 for Colorscapes & Concepts. Wilson said, “The support in the community has really … more
MOUNTAIN HOME  – Arvest Bank announced Charlotte Razer has joined its local board of directors in North Central Arkansas. Razer owns Razer and Associates, CPAs, Inc. in Mountain Home. … more
YELLVILLE, – Arvest Bank announced Larry Phillips has been named an assistant vice president. Phillips has 12 years of industry experience, all with Arvest. He currently is the branch sales … more
About 30 members of the community spent a good part of the day with the Strategic Doing Workshop sponsored by the Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce, Entergy, The Stennis Institute from … more
The HOGS are hot! As an alum, Woo Pig Sooie! It’s been years since I could say that … so privilege here please. And now, to the Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce. That’s … more
Some might wonder why prehistoric cave drawings weren't more detailed.  Surely there were artists capable of rendering intricate representations of the circulatory system of aurochs or the … more
The Boone County 4-H Foundation received a generous donation from the Hudson Family in memory of their parents, Richard and Freida Hudson. The family has always played an active role in Boone County … more
Foreign ownership of U.S. farmland is focus of Oct. 20 webinar    By Will Clark  U of A System Division of Agriculture     Fast facts:   National … more
  Cavender’s seasons third generation CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Cavender’s Greek Seasoning is in their 51 year of operation and recently had members of the third generation join the … more
Donna Braymer/Staff    The Women in Business group met at the Pour House on Thursday, Sept. 23, for a time of networking. The next meeting will be on Monday, Nov. 1 from 2 p.m. to … more
EUREKA SPRINGS —  For a peaceful, tranquil visit into nature, one must visit the Blue Spring Heritage Center at Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Easy walking and wheelchair access paths take you … more
Dr. Fosse, once of Pretoria, told me about Martha and Arthur, two star crossed rare white rhinos. In a governmental gesture of goodwill, South Africa agreed to ship Arthur to Tanzania to mate with … more
Fast facts Study shows the importance of nocturnal pollinators Paradox of study is that some moth larvae are agricultural pests First study to show results of nocturnal pollinators on … more
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