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I saw a picture on Facebook of the students working the schools green house. Spring is in the air. Happy Birthday to Jan Sproul, March 3; Rita Hunter and Ruth Hindbaugh, March … more
Greetings from Capps. This too shall pass never sounded so good as last weekend when we finally emerged from the two week cold spell. Our drain line froze up for three days, that was the worst of it … more
Steve Eames was the person who fell while going to break the ice on his pond last week and nearly froze to death. He sure had a close call. Another 30 minutes and he would not be here. His sister … more
Wow 7 inch + in snow! It was pretty in someway but not on the highway the way it was but thank to the highway department they were able to get off the road. I put my blazer in 4 wheel drive to get … more
Our condolences go out to the family of Larry Jenkins. Larry perished in a house fire one day this week. The good news is according to a close friend of his Larry knew Jesus Christ. The Batavia area … more
Maxine and Randy Rogers came by with some hay for his donkeys. He said that Tonya Crow had painted some pictures of his mom and dad. This afternoon, he went down to the pond behind his house to break … more
Maxine and Randy Rogers came by with some hay for his donkeys. He said that Tonya Crow had painted some pictures of his mom and dad. This afternoon, he went down to the pond behind his house to break … more
Today is Saturday, Feb. 13, and wow it is cold and going to get a lot colder our church call today and said we were not having church on Feb. 14 because of 0 below temp. Its to cold to get outside my … more
The family of Sylvia Lawrence is sincerely grateful to everyone for the cards, phone calls, messages, food and prayers during this time of loss. It was deeply appreciated. So sorry to hear that … more
Hello Diamond City. This is information from City Hall. Citizens of Diamond City.... Let’s talk for a second. It is brutally cold. Make sure you leave a faucet dripping and open cabinets … more
Greetings from Capps. I have to admit, it's felt more like Siberia for the last two weeks. Coming from 30 years in Colorado, we are used to a lot of snow but after a few days it usually warms up and … more
Carl and I went to Jerry and Janice Harris’s house last Saturday evening. We had a good jam session playing our music and singing. Carl played his guitar he had taken with him. Janice played her … more
Happy Anniversary to John and Theshia Crow on Feb. 14. Happy Valentine's Day to everyone as well. Johnny Rex and Sue Wilson, along with Shellie Johnson and her three sons, Luke, Lane and Adam … more
Go CHIEFS today is the big day the Super Bowl. I can’t continue. I’m geared up with the Chiefs. Well today is Monday and the Chief was a disappointment to all of us 9-31 was a joke. Here I … more
The Craft Village at the Ozark Folk Center State Park is scheduled to open on Tuesday, May 19, following Arkansas Department of Health guidelines, announced Stacy Hurst, secretary of the Arkansas … more
BRANSON, Mo. – The Dewey Short Visitor Center is now open for the season, Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Located just south of Table Rock Dam on State Highway 165, the visitor … more
Jerry and Joyce Humphrey Jones will celebrate 50 years of marriage on Saturday, March 14. The couple has one daughter, Jennifer Jones of Heath, Texas and one grandchild, Jayden. Jennifer and … more
Nunsense II: The Second Coming will be #LiveAtTheLyric March 14 and 21 at 7 p.m. and March 15 and 22 at 2 p.m., and let us tell you that you are in for quite a ride! Nunsense II: The Second Coming … more
Community Blood Center of the Ozarks (CBCO), the area's exclusive provider of blood and plasma products to patients at over forty area hospitals, is experiencing a critical shortage of type O … more
Emberlyn Grace Stevens Nichole Arthur and Jesse Stevens announce the birth of a daughter. Emberlyn Grace Stevens was born Tuesday, Dec. 17 at North Arkansas Regional Medical Center. Dr. … more
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