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LITTLE ROCK — Faculty and staff at the Cooperative Extension Service tackled tough issues affecting Arkansans this year, including providing immunization education and vaccine clinics in the Arkansas Delta, finding advanced technology to better control feral hogs statewide and repurposing neglected property into a learning center that serves Poinsett County residents. more
Solar Systems hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, Nov. 16 with the Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce. more
Fitton Termite speaks to Realtors more
Dear Dave, I use a debit card for all my regular, day-to-day purchases. However, I use a credit card for plane tickets, big ticket items, or when I shop online because someone told me it’s easier to dispute purchases when they’re made with a credit card. Are you putting your checking account at risk by using a debit card for these types of purchases? Wendy more
Charlie Cross, CEO, CS Bank, has announced the appointment of Booker Cox, III to the bank’s Governing Board of Directors. Cox is Broker/Owner of Foggy River Realty in Branson, Missouri and resides in Blue Eye, Missouri with his wife Dana. more
The Boone County Special Services (BCSS) is celebrating 50 years of service for the community by hosting an open house at both locations on Thursday, Dec. 8. The BCSS Adult Work Center open house will be a drop-in from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. and the Heart of the Ozarks Child Development Center from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. more
We hope you enjoyed a bountiful Thanksgiving this past week. Reflecting on this special occasion and moving into the Christmas holiday season, we have so much to be thankful for this year, especially the economic and business momentum that is bringing new prosperity to our community. more
LITTLE ROCK — Heifer USA, the U.S.-based arm of Heifer International, announced the launch of the Heifer Ranch Center for Regenerative Agriculture, highlighting Heifer's commitment to assist small-scale farmers in adopting science-based, environmentally friendly and climate-smart practices. The 1200-acre working ranch in Perryville, is 45 minutes from Heifer International's primary headquarters in Little Rock. more
LITTLE ROCK - The Arkansas Natural Resources Commission (ANRC) will hold a meeting on Friday, Dec. 2, to approve American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding to help address statewide water needs.  more
Governor Asa Hutchinson had some fun with turkeys last week, and took the opportunity to highlight the state’s achievements in turkey production and proclaim Nov. 20-26 as Arkansas Turkey Week and issued two pardons. more
Kevin Hutcheson, a Chick-fil-A franchisee, announced that he will operate a Chick-fil-A mobile food truck operation in Harrison beginning in January 2023. Hutcheson, operator of the Chick-fil-A restaurant on Hwy 76 in Branson, met with community and city officials Tuesday of last week to discuss his plans and begin the necessary arrangements to make the franchise a reality in Harrison. more
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Elevated Customs & Automotive hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, Nov. 16. Justin and Jessie Hart are the new owners and both love the automotive industry. more
Brandy Sailers has always wanted to own her own restaurant but been hesitant to give it a try. After 12 years in a corporate setting, she realized that was not for her. She was told by her husband, she was a hypocrite because she always encouraged others to follow their dreams, but never followed her own. more
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Department of Agriculture’s Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (VDL) has added the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture’s Tollett Veterinary Diagnostic Lab (Tollett lab) in Fayetteville as a branch lab through the National Animal Health Laboratory Network (NAHLN) to enhance the State’s official surveillance programs for diseases that threaten poultry. The Tollett lab’s designation as a branch lab of the Department of Agriculture was approved by NAHLN on November 9. more
Ginny Hulsey kept the delivery men very busy the past few weeks delivering more than 60 cartons of books to her home. more
Dear Dave, I lost my job a couple of years ago. As a result, I ended up in about $25,000 of debt through credit cards and a consolidation loan. Now I have a great job making more than I’ve ever made before, plus a car loan for about $13,000. The older debts went to collections, but I’m not being hounded by collectors at this point. I want to get control of my money and do things the right way, so how should I handle things? Mike more
Lindsey Gabbard, executive director and founder of Branded Equine Based Therapy Services hosted a ribbon cutting with the Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, Nov. 9. more
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