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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
Oct. 2 -31—Harrison Art League Fall 2023 Art Show, Artistic Expressions—entries will be on display at the Boone County Library. Come and see works from local artists! Oct. 6 and Oct. … 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 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
Anthony Gomes is a fantastic musician. More, he's a musician that fits the Lyric Theater vibe. As Vintage Guitar says, Anthony and his band are “Equal parts down-home blues and hard rock.” Anthony himself says, “When people ask me what I sound like, I say, ‘If B.B. King was in AC/DC, that’s what it would be’. That’s High Voltage Blues in a nutshell.” more
The Bull Shoals Theater of the Arts will host a free show, feautring 7 South. 7 South is comprised of Mike Blocker, Anthony Kent, and Bryan Wheeler, all deputies for the Newton County Sheriff Office. … more
The 2023 Boone County Fair and Northwest Arkansas District Fair announce the winners of the Fair Pageant and Talent Competition that was held Saturday, Aug. 26, at the Northwest Arkansas District Fairgrounds in Harrison. The pageant crowned two Queens in each age division to reign over the Boone County Fair and the Northwest Arkansas District Fair. There were age divisions for babies all the way up to age 75. more
The Ridge Runner Cloggers' competition team recently attended the USA National Clogging Championships hosted by C.L.O.G. at the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville, Tennessee. Representing the state of Arkansas, the team joined fellow cloggers from across the country to compete in traditional and contemporary categories, as a team and individuals. Record-breaking attendance included 155 teams representing 91 clogging studios along with numerous independent entries. more
National Assisted Living Week is Sept. 10-16, and Countryside Assisted Living is ready to celebrate! more
The Searcy County Historical Society will meet at 7 p.m., Friday, Sept. 22, at the First Christian Church to hear Dr. Jessica Kowalski, Station archeologist at the Fayetteville Arkansas Archeologist Survey. She will be talking about the 2023 University of Arkansas field school at Historic Cane Hill (HCH). Historic Cane Hill in Washington County, has a Searcy County connection in that the Director at HCH is 1998 MHS graduate Vanessa Norton McKuin. Several years ago Vanessa gave a program to the Searcy County Historical Society. more
The Library will be CLOSED Monday, Sept. 4, in observance of Labor Day. more
National Assisted Living Week is Sept. 10-16, and Countryside Assisted Living is ready to celebrate! more
Get ready for a celebration in the sky and on the ground! The 28th Annual Arkansas Hot Air Balloon State Championship is just around the corner. more
The Valley Springs Alumni held the first of what will be a yearly golf tournament to raise money for scholarships Saturday, Aug. 19, at the Diamond Hills Country Club. A total of 36 teams, containing 76 golfers, participated in the tournament. more
You may have noticed the Pop Queens Kettle Corn stand at the Farmer’s and Artisans Market of Harrison, with bags of different colors and flavors of kettle corn. Or you may have tried some of the delectable popped goodies at the Newton County Fair. If you have not tasted Pop Queens Kettle Corn, here is your chance! more
The Central Arkansas Astronomical Society will be hosting an Eclipse Leadership Workshop focusing on preparing you to answer eclipse science questions as you help lead your group/community with the upcoming solar eclipse events. more
The Harrison Art League met for its bi-monthly meeting on July 18. The group is planning their annual “Artistic Expressions” art show which will be on display at the Boone County Library the month of October. The categories will include painting, drawing, mixed media and sculpture. The group decided to add photography as a new competition category. more
Charles Moton began his senior year at Arkansas Tech University on Wednesday with an angel on his shoulder. more
How about going for a nice run at night while glowing in the dark? Kennedy Hulsey will be hosting a 5K glow walk/run Saturday, Sept. 30 at 6:30 p.m., beginning at the Anstaff Soccer Complex. The event is a fundraiser for Healing Hands Ministry, and proceeds will go towards "Magi Boxes" for children in need. Each participant entry sponsors one child, providing food and other necessary supplies. The supplies are sent with missionaries as they travel the globe. more
The Arkansas Department of Agriculture’s Forestry Division is now accepting applications for wild land fire suppression kits through Oct. 20. The application can be found at cognitoforms.com/ArkansasAgriculture1/Application ForWildlandFireSuppressionKit. more
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