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SAN FRANCISCO — Maryland Governor Larry Hogan today approved a bill (HB558) that adds "camping" and "incidental outdoor stays" to the definition of agritourism. The bill modernizes the state's … more
Dear Dave, My wife and I have always attended church, and we have always tithed. Over the last few months, we have come to the decision it is time for us to find a place to worship that is a little … more
Realtors FNTitleCONTRIBUTED PHOTO The Harrison District Board of Realtors met for their monthly meeting on Tuesday, May 10, at Western Sizzlin’ Steakhouse. First National Title Company hosted … more
Donna Braymer/Staff Jake Gray and State Farm Insurance hosted Business After Hours with the Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, May 12. The guests included Miss Arkansas 2021, Whitney … more
The Boone County Leadership Institute and Youth Leadership Academy — presented by Kinetic by Windstream — completed their nine month programs and celebrated with a come and go graduation … more
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Department of Agriculture’s second annual “Free Tree Fridays” campaign resulted in the distribution of 17,800 trees during 36 events held across the … more
Harrison High School Ag teacher, Alex Hale is starting an FFA 4-H Club at the school and the school does not own their own barn for the student projects. So Boone County is offering the 4-H barn … more
Livestock Judging CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Boone County 4-H placed fifth overall in the state 4-H Livestock Judging Contest on April 28. Representing the county are McKenna Graddy, Ava Thomason and … more
Claridge welcomes Chamber Board for tour By Donna Braymer donnab@harrisondaily.com The Board of the Directors of the Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce met at Claridge Products on … more
If you want to know how many acres of forest in your state were converted to agriculture, what the last … more
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Department of Agriculture announced the release of the Pocket Guide to Arkansas Forest Health, a guide to insects, diseases, and other tree-injuring factors in the … more
Contributed Photo/Lee H. DunlapFarmers MarketMary Jean Creager (right) buys homemade sweets from Shirley Cooper at the Farmers and Artisans Market of Harrison Saturday at the Boone County Courtpark. more
The Great Resignation has left companies short-staffed. And even though the number of remaining employees is still far more than the number of those who left, it’s the ones who jumped ship … more
YELLVILLE — Arvest Bank launched its 12 annual Million Meals campaign on April 1. Today, the bank announced the campaign has raised 547,738 meals, more than half its goal. The campaign runs … more
Dear Dave, My younger brother and his wife did their taxes last month and learned they owe $15,000 to the IRS. I love them both, but they are extremely irresponsible with money. I know they have a … more
Arvest Wealth Management named to list of nation’s top advisor teamsROGERS – Arvest Wealth Management’s retirement plan consulting group has been named to the National Association … more
The Harrison RE/MAX Unlimited recently won awards within the Arkansas RE/MAX Corporation. The event was held in Little Rock on March 22. In a category of the five top offices by transaction, the … more
The Be Pro Be Proud mobile classroom recently visited the campus of North Arkansas College and some area high schools. Be Pro Be Proud is an initiative designed to change student perceptions about … more
Finally … sunshine and warmer temperatures. Spring is certainly here. Last month was busy for your Chamber. From hosting workshops, meetings with our US Congressman, prospective community … more
Entries are being accepted for the ninth annual Arkansas Grown School Garden of the Year Contest, sponsored by the Arkansas Department of Agriculture and the Farm Credit Associations of Arkansas. … more
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