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JASPER — The Newton County Sewphiscticated Scrappy Quilter Elves were busy one week in their workshop sewing 36 Christmas stockings for the Three Wishes for Ruby’s Residents in Harrison. more
LITTLE ROCK – Gov. Asa Hutchinson has announced his intent to grant several pardons. An additional 52 clemency requests were denied and two had no action taken on them. These include requests from both inmates and non-inmates. more
U.S. Attorney David Clay Fowlkes said a Bentonville man was convicted Tuesday in federal court for illegally guiding hikers in Newton County without a permit following the fall death of a hiker in May. more
Boone County Sheriff-elect Roy Martin said a joint investigation led to recovery of thousands of dollars worth of stolen property and an attempt to thwart further thefts. more
The Harrison City Council is scheduled to interview candidates to replace council member Bill Boswell when standing committees meet Thursday night, the meeting agenda shows. more
Contributed photo/Lee H. Dunlap more
Last spring the Harrison City Council appropriated funds for a new truck and snowplow to replace an older unit that finally failed last winter. more
The Arkansas Department of Public Safety announced last Thursday that Newton County Sheriff's Office and the Jasper Police Department are among 113 local and state law enforcement agencies and correctional or detention facilities receiving funds to purchase new equipment. more
Gov. Asa Hutchinson was on hand Monday afternoon for the groundbreaking of North Arkansas College’s Center for Robotics and Manufacturing Innovation, or CRMI. more
When Gov. Asa Hutchinson was in Harrison on Monday, he made a stop at Pace Industries to hear an announcement about new jobs they plan to create. more
HONOLULU — USS Arizona sailor Lou Conter lived through the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor even though his battleship exploded and sank after being pierced by aerial bombs. more
LITTLE ROCK — Funds are now available from the settlement of a massive lawsuit against opioid distributors and will be awarded to projects that have demonstrated effectiveness in combating the abuse of painkillers. more
The Harrison City Council will soon be receiving a draft of the proposed general operating budget for the city's 2023 fiscal year. According to Luke Feighert, the city's chief financial officer, employees can expect a 10.7% raise in pay next year due to the inflation produced Cost of Living Adjustment along with a hold over from last year. more
If you live in Harrison, you’re going to see some changes in trash service between now and Jan. 1, and even after that. more
Officials say about 500 people donned Santa Claus suits for last Saturday’s Santa Shuffle Fun Run, North Arkansas Medical Foundation’s annual toy drive. more
Bryan Marshall, Harrison’s street superintendent, said a mechanical problem has slowed progress clearing leaves from yards, but work continues. more
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the fifth and final in a series of stories about the state Legislative delegation visiting with Harrison area elected officials and business leaders. more
Harrison city officials say they have received five applications from residents who want to take the Ward 3 Position 1 seat on the Harrison City Council. more
Thirty influenza-related deaths have been reported in the state so far this flu season, including one pediatric death. That’s up 11 from the previous Arkansas Department of Health weekly flu report and equal to the number reported in all of the 2021-22 flu season. more
PONCA — The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will host a beginner squirrel hunting class at the Ponca Nature Center from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17. more
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