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The North Arkansas Regional Medical Center Board of Directors met on Tuesday, May 23, and heard about a new piece of equipment the finance committee recommended to the board. more
The Harrison City Council on Thursday, May 25, passed an ordinance imposing a “moratorium” (or a temporary prohibition) on businesses applying for zoning or building permits that would allow the primary use of a property as a data center or crypto mining operation. more
It was cool going to school in Valley Springs. Literally. more
LITTLE ROCK — Thanks to a proclamation by Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders, anyone may fish in Arkansas without a fishing license or trout stamp from noon Friday, June 9, through midnight Sunday night, June 11. more
The Harrison Planning Commission held a special meeting at 1 p.m. Tuesday, May 30, and moved to deny the large scale development (LSD) application from Green Digital. LLC. Green Digital planned to install 15 modular units and run a crypto mining operation on Old Bellefonte Road. more
This past Sunday I was working on the square in downtown Harrison when I noticed a man looking intently at the War Memorial. Maybe he knew one of the names etched in the wall or was paying his respects to the fallen a day early. Like so many who spend a long time looking at War Memorials, he probably wanted to be left alone with his thoughts and memories. more
At the North Arkansas Regional Medical Center Board of Directors meeting, COO Josh Bright mentions the importance of the 340B program. more
ALPENA — Alpena Schools will once again start the school year with a new superintendent, but this time it will be a familiar face. more
The Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting with Gentiva Personal Care and branch manager, Wendy Moyer. more
Dear Dave, more
The front office of the Harrison Daily Times on the north side of the square will be closed Monday, May 29, so employees may spend time with family and friends for the Memorial Day holiday. more
The Harrison City Council on Thursday, May 25, convened at the Signature Bank community room in downtown Harrison to approve or deny a conditional use permit for Green Digital LLC, the owner of a proposed crypto mining facility off of Old Bellefonte Road. On the Tuesday before that, May 23, the Harrison Planning Commission deferred the decision to the city council, which led to this event. more
Honor Flight of the Ozarks left the Springfield, Missouri airport at 5:30 a.m. on May 17. The ROTC of Willard, Missouri waved flags and offered well wishes to the group as they proceeded to the plane. The fire department provided a red water arch over the jet as it taxied down the tarmac. more
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