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Judge Gordon Webb, retired Fourteenth Judicial District Judge and long-time former prosecuting attorney, has been selected to receive the 2024 Boy Scouts of America Heart of the Eagle Award. more
Lunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. more
Daffodils, with their vibrant yellow blooms, have a rich history in the Ozarks. While native to Europe and North Africa, daffodils have been cultivated and naturalized in many regions worldwide, including the southern United States. more
• Feb. 24 Daddy/Daughter Dinner, Bear Creek Baptist Church. 5 p.m. There will be dinner and entertainment. For more information, call (870) 741-7937. more
The Boone County Friends of the Library (FOL) held a Valentine's Day bake sale on Wednesday, Feb. 14. FOL is an all-volunteer, 501(c)3 organization that works to enhance the Boone County Library through volunteer work and fundraising. Enhancements to the library include the addition of new books, programs, building improvements and more. The FOL will host a spring book sale April 11—April 13, more details on this popular event will be provided at a later date. more
The Twentieth Century Club met February 1, 2024, at the First United Methodist Church with Sherry Bishop, Genie Moffett, and LeAnn Johnson serving as hostesses. Chris Royston introduced Lindsey Gabbard, founder and director of Branded Equine Based Therapy Services. more
The Boone County Master Gardeners are getting ready for spring! The group will be hosting the Launch Your Own Garden series at the Boone County Library. Beginners and intermediate gardeners can learn how to grow the tastiest gardens from the Masters! more
The Cherokee of Arkansas and Missouri (CAM) Tribe, Ozark Branch (District #8) next scheduled meeting will be at 1 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 3 (weather permitting). The meeting will be at the Arise Church, 1601 East Main Street in Mountain View. Please have your membership card on hand. If you have any questions concerning this meeting, please contact your Rep/Councilman for further inquiries. There will be press releases of any tribal activities and other news as come available. more
The Harrison Noon Lions Club will hold the 32nd Annual Lions Club Chili Dinner from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 26, at the Harrison High School Cafeteria. more
It was a cold, gray and rainy morning with a howling wind that blasts you upon exiting your vehicle, dismantles your hairstyle and warping your umbrella, yet nine brave souls made their way to the meeting. more
The December meeting of the Woman’s Book Club met Wednesday, Jan. 3, at 1:30 p.m. at the Boone County Library. more
Weather permitting the Searcy County Historical Society will meet, Friday evening, 7 p.m., Jan. 26, at the First Christian Church in Marshall. Thereisa Housley and Anthony DeVore will be presenting their recent work at the January meeting of the Searcy County Historical Society. They have worked together on several projects regarding the history of Searcy County, especially the Leslie and Marshall area. more
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s annual youth trap-shooting competitions may be five months away, but its time for coaches to get their teams together and register to be a part of the Arkansas Youth Shooting Sports Program today. more
The Arkansas Department of Agriculture (Department) is accepting applications for the Arkansas Farm to School Institute (Institute) until March 1. The Department’s Farm to School and Early Childhood Education Program will select up to 15 schools to participate in the program for the 2024-2025 school year. more
Amy Fitzpatrick, Care Creations and MetalWorks, is a new Arkansas Craft Guild member from Yellville. She uses silver, brass, copper sheet and wire metals in combination to make jewelry and hair accessories. Amy has participated in the Guild’s Christmas Showcase in Little Rock the past 2 years and she was accepted as a member Dec. 3. more
Arkansas Tech University has earned a $500,000 grant from the Arkansas Department of Transportation that will be directed to the establishment of the Arkansas Trail Management Institute. more
The American Legion hosted a raffle to award 74 pounds of beef cuts from Harter House and a Henry Lever Action 30-30 rifle. Mayor Jerry Jackson was asked to draw the winning names. more
The Boone County Cattlemen's Association met on Thursday, Dec. 14, at the John Paul Hammerschmidt Center at North Arkansas College. This meeting was sponsored by Worley Tire of Harrison. BCCA President Scott Kernodle welcomed those in attendance and led the Pledge of Allegiance. Dale Crunkleton offered a blessing for the meal. Kernodle recognized December birthdays and anniversaries as well as any guests. We then enjoyed a meal of salad, BBQ beef, rolls, green beans, scalloped potatoes, chocolate cake, cheesecake, tea, and water. more
The Wreaths Across America program decorated cemeteries across the country Saturday, Dec. 16, and three cemeteries in Harrison were decorated with the fresh wreaths. The annual program honors America’s veterans by placing wreaths upon the headstones of veterans during wreath ceremonies held Dec. 16. more
North Arkansas College FBLA Collegiate will host a Wreaths Across America event at 10 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 16, at Maplewood Cemetery. The group will have 204 wreaths to decorate the graves of those who served in the US military and an additional 12 to be placed at Maple Leaf Cemetery. The group received extra wreaths via a grant from Walmart and Wreaths Across America sent a few extras as well. Everyone is welcome to participate in the beautiful ceremony may come and help place the wreaths at the cemetery. Michael Alsobrook, Vice President and Founding Board Member of Camp Jack will be the guest speaker at the event. more
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