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Arkansas state legislators, including representative Ron McNair (District 5) on Tuesday, March 21, met with the public at a legislative forum. Diamond City Mayor Jaime Nuessner attended the forum and addressed the sewer problem that Diamond City faces and how surrounding towns' water systems could be affected. more
The North Arkansas Regional Medical Center Board of Directors met for their monthly meeting on Tuesday, March 28, and heard from Chief of Operations, Josh Bright and CFO Ken Pennell. more
The Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors met for their monthly meeting on Tuesday, March 25, and heard great news from Matt Bell as well as reports from the Board officers. more
After the completion of one major capital improvement project at Boone County Regional Airport the Boone County Quorum Court's Budget and Finance Committee on Tuesday night endorsed the appropriation of funds for another. more
LITTLE ROCK – Kinetic by Windstream announced the closure of nine of its 37 retail locations, effective Friday, April 28, which includes the Harrison location. more
For Melba Lea Barnes, the job opportunities were so very enticing. more
DAV Chapter 6 invites all veterans having a service connection disability of 0% or more to join the organization every third Tuesday at noon, at Western Sizzlin' in Harrison. Come early if you'd like to purchase lunch. more
Mark Methvin, founder of Methvin Sanitation, announced Tuesday, April 4, that the 35-year-old Harrison business has been sold to Waste Connections, Inc., one of the largest waste management companies in the U.S. and Canada. Financial details of the sale were not disclosed. more
JASPER — A major construction project at the Oark School campus is being rethought. Originally conceived as a remodeling project, the costs and funding methods would indicate to the school district's board of education it might be wiser to wait a couple of years and build a new elementary school structure bringing facilities literally under one roof. more
When two complete strangers pass, both wearing Vietnam Veteran hats – there’s always a brief glance and a quick nod. This encounter last less than a microsecond yet, without sharing a word, they have communicated volumes. These warriors share a deep bond that people who have never earned one of these hats will never understand. It’s a private club where you must have eaten some of the same dirt, made some of the same sacrifices, shared some of the same losses and experienced some of the same discrimination to be a member. Doesn’t make any difference what rank or color uniform you wore, you belong. more
Three Arkansas state legislators including representative Ron McNair (District 5) met with the public at a legislative forum on Tuesday morning, March 21. Diamond City Mayor Jaime Nuessner attended the forum and asked the lawmakers what they planned to do about Act 218 (House Bill 1197). Act 218, an amendment to Arkansas Code § 12-9-118 passed in 2021, restricted law enforcement agencies from having any less than one full-time chief who reports to the administrative head of the city. more
JASPER— The Jasper School District Board of Education adopted the district's 2023-24 school year calendar when it met in regular session Monday, March 27. The calendar shows district schools will not be in session on April 8, 2024, the day of a solar eclipse. Instead that date has been scheduled for a professional development day for staff. more
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
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