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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -As Americans regained some normalcy over the summer, a new study finds consumers feeling like they’re better off financially than they were this time last year but still … more
Dave Says   Think of an emergency fund as insurance    Dear Dave, I have decided it’s time to get control of my money. Your plan sounds workable, but I talked to … more
Making a list, checking it twice … Oh wait, it’s not the holiday season quite yet? You may still be enjoying time at the pool, but if you haven’t started yet, now is the … more
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 … more
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 … more
Ralston Family Farms makes sale to China   Staff Report news@harrisondaily.com     LITTLE ROCK – Governor Hutchinson, along with Tim and Robin Ralston of … more
Hello everyone,  This week, I wanted to discuss an aspect of USDA’s August Crop Production report that seldom gets much attention. August is when we get our first estimates of the size … more
Teaching the value of work  Dear Dave, What are your views on teaching children good work habits? Many of our friends don’t require their kids to help out or work around the house, but … more
Faithful Grounds opened and the Lead Hill-Diamond City Chamber of Commerce hosted a grand opening. A spokesman said, “Faithful Grounds is only the beginning at this refreshing eatery. … more
FAYETTEVILLE – Arvest Bank announced it has hired Melanie Fuller as president of Digital Banking Solutions. Fuller will lead this division as part of Arvest’s multi-year transformation … more
Not only has technology exploded in the last few years, Dr. Di’Anne Fletcher feels like medicine will advance expedentially too. Fletcher received her doctorate of sacred medicine training from … more
FAYETTEVILLE,  — Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station scientists say current testing regimens may be missing a significant number of disease-causing viruses in berry … more
Ted and his dad needed some cows to stock their little ranch in Oklahoma, and they needed 'em right away.  A local trader solved their problem and injected a couple loads into them. By fall Ted … more
Well unfortunately this week I have had the displeasure of finding army worms in some areas of Newton County. With army worms appearing it is important that scouting begin … more
Dear Dave, Are umbrella insurance policies worth it, or do they just entice people to sue more frequently? Tammi Dear Tammi, I don’t think there’s any indication umbrella … more
Diane “Dee” Shaddoxx, is a new agent at Selling 726 Realty. Shaddoxx has traveled extensively and lived and worked in many countries in various part of the world.  Selling 726 … more
MOUNTAIN VIEW – Stone Bank presented a $10,000 donation to Arkansas State Parks to help fund music programming at Ozark Folk Center State Park.  The community bank’s donation helps … more
Financial advisors at Edward Jones believe in partnering for positive impact to improve the wellbeing of their clients and colleagues, and to better their communities and society. John Marseilles, a … more
The days are still hot … but football’s back. School’s in session and thankfully, administrators and staff are doing the right thing with students attending in-person amidst … more
Phillip and Rachel Collie moved to Harrison from Dover. “We are both natives of Dover, but absolutely love having Harrison as our home now,” he said. The Collies accepted the pastorate of … more
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