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The Harrison Goblin Leadslingers Trap Team will host an open house and registration event at 2 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 22, at Camp Jack. Boys and girls in grades 5-12 enrolled in the Harrison School District, Homeschooled through the Harrison School District or those that attend schools that do not have a trapshooting team are welcome to attend. Everyone participates in this safe sport! more
Beta Upsilon met Tuesday, Oct. 3, at the North Arkansas Community College. We discussed several upcoming events. more
The Boone/Newton County Retired Teachers and Support Staff Association met at 11:30 a.m., Tuesday, Sept. 5, at Western Sizzlin’ in Harrison. more
Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Wilson Marseilles helped kick off the 2023 WIN Leadership Academy Thursday Sept. 21, at the O.U. R. Education Services Cooperative with this year’s 16 teachers, counselors, and administrators. more
Members of the Grubb Springs EHC met at 11 a.m., Thursday, Sept. 21, to work on prayer pockets. more
Bells Across America is an annual celebration of the signing of the US Constitution. Harrison Colony Chapter, National Daughters of the American Revolution, members along with others came together to ring bells, much as the church bells of Philadelphia rang out when the US Constitution was first signed at 4 p.m. on Sept. 17, 1787, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 236 years ago. Members across America rang their bells this past Sept. 17 for 1 minute at 3 p.m. CST or 3 p.m. in their local time zones to herald the beginning of this commemorative week. This celebration of the Constitution was started by the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1955. Celebrants included (back, from left) Caleb Carter, local supporter; Cathy Carter, Tonya Bardin Sherburne, Janice Duffy, Roger Duffy, Ginger Miller, Adam Miller, Shirley Kilburn, Jace Bardin, local supporter; Pauline Miller and a young local supporter holding poster. more
The cast of “Misery” took the audience at the Lyric Theater back to 1990 with their first live performance of the play Thursday night. The story of troubled author, Paul Sheldon (played by Rick Turner Lucas) that is rescued from a vehicle accident by his biggest fan, Annie Wilkes (played by Toinette Madison) and held captive in her secluded farm house. Madison captures the childlike temperament of Annie Wilkes, and her patient suffers her wrath over his decision to end the life of her favorite character, Misery Chastain. more
National Healthcare Food Service Week is Oct. 1 through 7. The professionals that help healthcare employees and patients stay well-nourished and healthy are an essential part of the entire healthcare system. Their skills and hard work help fight illness and are an integral part of a patient’s recovery. more
The Boone County Cattlemen’s Association met Thursday, Sept. 14, at the John Paul Hammerschmidt Center at North Arkansas College. This meeting was sponsored by Powell Feed Company. There were 43 guests and members in attendance. more
The Twentieth Century Club met Thursday, Sept. 7, at the First United Methodist Church with Carolyn Harp, Nancy Seal, and Phyllis Waters serving as hostesses. more
Greetings from Capps. Well, when it rains it pours, so they say, and it got really busy for the Capps Batavia Fire Department starting overnight a week ago Thursday night. We responded to a fire caused by a lightning strike at a mobile home in Batavia early Friday morning, then on Saturday night, assisted the Omaha crew with a structure fire there. We also worked 2 vehicle accidents on Highway 392 and last Monday night, held the awards ceremony for District Chief Tim Hunter. He received the Jack Williams Award for first responders presented by the Harrison American Legion post. Equity Bank sponsored the event and provided grilled fare for the attendees. Lots of folks in the Capps area are putting up hay this week, including yours truly. I broke the driveshaft on my mini baler and my Pastor, Ricky Stone, helped me get it repaired. He worked many years for Kubota and John Deere while also being a minister. I'm plugging away on tree and flower garden transplanting for Jennifer. Slowly but surely, I'm getting things crossed off my Honey-Do list, while continuing my EMT classes and helping out our new neighbor with his fencing business. Winter rest can't come soon enough for me. Blessings, Doug more
Today, Saturday, Sept. 30, The Old Thyme Harvest Festival takes place in Lead Hill from 2 p.m. until dark. Located at the intersection of Highways 7 and 14, at the Redeeming the Thyme Farm Stand and Gifts. There will be hayrides, live music, and square dancing at 5 p.m., games, competitions, vendors galore, food trucks and something for everyone. For more information, details are at, edeemingthethyme@gmail.com. Phone 870-577-0885.    more
The Theatre Co. of the Ozarks and the Ozark Arts Council present Stephen King’s “Misery.” The presentation was adapted for the stage by William Goldman, this is the same version performed by Bruce Willis on Broadway, and the basis for the 1990 film with James Caan and Kathy Bates. The show opens Thursday, Oct. 5 at 7 p.m. and performances will be at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 6 and Saturday, Oct. 7 with a matinee at 2 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 8. at the Historic 1929 Lyric Theater on the Harrison Square. more
he Valley Springs Fire Department will host a BBQ pulled pork dinner with a silent auction and raffle from 4 to 8 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 7, at the Valley Springs school cafeteria. more
Members of the Supporters of Cottey College awarded a donation to the Harrison Police Department to help the Harrison Police Department’s Cops and Kids Christmas program is a community program that pairs police officers with school children for a shopping trip during the Holidays. Police officers are paired with children and they go on a trip to Walmart to purchase gifts for families. The program allows children to get to know local police officers and learn about their jobs and experience the joy of giving. more
Kristen Motley and Becca Jackson are more than teachers, they are innovators. The two educators implemented the Solar Systems Scholars’ project for grades K-6 in the Harrison School District to help students understand the earth and skies through hands-on lessons during their Enrichment class. Approximately 900 students will gain a better understanding of the world we live in with models of the sun, moon and earth and other hands-on materials. By actually seeing and manipulating models, the concepts of space and time will become less abstract. Students will learn how tides move, how the moon goes through different phases, the logistics that produce solar and lunar eclipses and many other occurrences that may otherwise seem difficult to understand. more
Harrison resident Matthew Smith joined the US Army and found his voice, literally. He joined the 82nd Airborne Chorus, and the voices blended perfectly. more
The Batavia Ladies Friendship Club met at the Batavia First Baptist Church Monday, Sept. 11. more
The 68th Annual Saunder's Memorial Shoot will be held Sept. 21, 22, 23, 24,  at the Luther Owen's Muzzle Loading Range and Park in Berryville  Firing will begin Thursday at 12 p.m. and … more
AR biz assist, in partnership with the State Chamber/AIA, will host a luncheon for small business owners or those interested in operating their own business to provide valuable information. more
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