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Upgrades to the Marble Falls wastewater system had been approached as having to be completed through a two-phase process, but funding has been approved for the full project, an engineer told the Buffalo River Conservation Committee at its quarterly meeting held Friday morning, March 31, via Zoom. more
The North Arkansas Regional Medical Center Board of Directors met for the monthly meeting on Tuesday, March 28, and heard updates on MedSouth and MedNorth. more
You don’t need to have a four-year college degree that typically sets you back tens of thousands of dollars in student loans to have a good paying job with benefits right now. more
The Pioneer Wilderness Mountain Bike Trail officially opened on Wednesday, March 29, and children and parents were excited to unload their bikes and get on the trail. more
"If it ain't broken, don't fix it," the saying goes. But that doesn't mean you can't make it work better. more
Influenza-related deaths reported to the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) this flu season have reached 149 (PCR confirmed flu deaths at 62), according to the department's latest report. It was noted that of those deaths, 75.8% of those persons were not vaccinated against the virus. There were no PCR confirmed flu deaths for Week 12. more
Officers of the Hollister Police Department, Missouri, at approximately 11:55 p.m. Saturday, March 25, received notification by dispatch of a kidnapping in progress. more
The Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce met on Tuesday, March 28, at the Claridge Conference room at Signature Tower for the monthly meeting. more
The Buffalo River Conservation Committee will meet at 10 a.m. Friday, March 31. This meeting will be held via Zoom. more
The City of Harrison now has a faster, more convenient way to communicate that uses your mobile phone’s text messaging service. more
On the morning of Sept. 15, 1857, a two-wagon entourage left Sevier County, Tennessee, bound for Arkansas. more
The Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce hosted a “roundtable” discussion for industry leaders in the community to get their input on what could be done to help their businesses. more
Save the date for the 2023 John Paul Hammerschmidt Men and Women of Distinction Luncheon, set for Wednesday, June 7, at the Signature Bank Community Room of the Signature Bank Building in downtown Harrison. more
This Week at the Chamber is a weekly video update produced by the Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce, hosted by CEO Bob Largent and Vice President Wilson Marseilles. Rebecca Martin, director at the Career Pathways Initiative, joined the show this week to talk about the poverty summit simulation event coming up at 9 a.m. Thursday, April 13, at the Signature Bank Community Room in the Signature Bank Tower in downtown Harrison. more
Rex Nelson, one of the most high-profile writers and speakers in the state will be featured Thursday, March 30, at North Arkansas College in the John Paul Hammerschmidt Lecture Series. The Lecture … more
By all accounts, Chester the bull lived a full life. For many years he spent his days at Simon Farms tending to the ladies who had dozens of his offspring. Recently, a younger bull unexpectedly challenged Chester for rights to be king of the pasture. Normally, this involves little more than huffing, puffing and the occasional, minor head butt. Like a warrior, Chester refused to back down and in a freak accident, severely injured his leg and had to be put down. more
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