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The Harrison School Board recently recognized a group of Middle School students and one staff member for work they are doing to combat food insecurity. The Middle School EAST team started a … more
LITTLE ROCK – Gov. Asa Hutchinson has announced his intent to appoint Christopher Carter of Yellville as State District Court Judge of the Tenth District, which is composed of Baxter and Marion … more
YELLVILLE — Improvements to the Buffalo Point river access begin Wednesday, Oct. 27, the National Park Service announced Tuesday. This work will include the creation of a new accessible … more
1:44 a.m. – A caller reported a possibly intoxicated driver leaving the old junior high parking lot. An officer followed the vehicle, but noted no violations.  8 a.m. – A woman … more
Visitors take colorful photos of the Fall leaves at Maplewood Cemetery Monday afternoon as the sun comes out.  more
COMPTON — The Compton Volunteer Fire Department will host a dedication of its new fire station as part of the department’s observance of its 40th anniversary and celebration of Community … more
The Harrison School Board recently got a look at an ambitious plan for the future of facilities and district needs. But it’s a vision at present. Superintendent Dr. Stewart Pratt explained … more
The Harrison Convention and Visitors Bureau will host the annual Scare on the Square this coming Friday afternoon, Oct. 29, from 4-6 p.m. CVB director Matt Bell told the Harrison Regional Chamber … more
If you want to find out more about a plan to turn Lake Harrison back to free-flowing Crooked Creek, you’ll get a chance Tuesday night. Mayor Jerry Jackson said a public meeting to get input … more
“I want to thank you guys.” I looked at this Navy veteran and Camp Jack volunteer curious about what he could possibly be thanking us for. He had just spent the past few days on ladders … more
12:21 a.m. – A caller reported a vehicle with lights on bright had been parked on a driveway off North Pine for about an hour. An officer responded, but said everything appear to be fine at the … more
12:57 a.m. – A woman called to report a female subject trying to break into the caller’s house on South Ash while yelling “No Mickey.” An officer said there had been a verbal … more
10:49 a.m. – An officer at the station arrested a 29-year-old man on a warrant for seven counts of violating a protection order. He was later released after posting $7,980 professional … more
At Harrison City Council committee meetings in October, complaints were made by some business owners neighboring the House of Hope on East Stephenson Avenue. They were upset about apparently homeless … more
DEER — New personnel, enrollment numbers and better than anticipated ACT Aspire test scores highlighted this year's annual Report to the Public delivered by administrators to the Deer/Mt. … more
It’s been almost two months since dispatchers for Harrison Police, Boone County Sheriff’s Office and 911 have been combined and HPD Chief Chris Graddy said it appears to have been a … more
Murder suspects formally charged Friday By JAMES L. WHITE jamesw@harrisondaily.com The two suspects in the Oct. 14 shooting and ultimate death of 59-year-old Tim Blackburn were formally … more
4:27 a.m. – A caller reported a black snake in the laundry room at Quality Inn. An officer said the room was locked and no one had the key, so the caller was advised to contact an … more
OARK —The “River Jordan” here is no more. The Jasper School District Board of Education met at the Oark campus Monday and toured some of the buildings where improvements had been … more
In the second week of reports, the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) says there have not been any flu-related deaths or outbreaks in nursing homes noted. Twenty-three deaths were reported during … more
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