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Last Thursday restored my faith in humanity – at least in this neck of the woods. more
The Sugarloaf Wastewater Treatment Plant, situated between Lead Hill and Diamond City, found itself at the center of a misinformation storm back in April. News stories from various outlets had disseminated a press release coming directly from the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) about partially treated water being discharged into Bull Shoals Lake, sparking concerns about public health and environmental contamination. However, a closer examination of the situation reveals a different story. more
The American Legion Allen-McKinney Post 44 of Harrison proudly presents the sixth annual Jack Williams Award for First Responders to recognize and honor those first responders who have exceeded the duty requirements expected of their position and have demonstrated a distinct pattern of community service coupled with professional achievement. more
North Arkansas Regional Medical Center (NARMC) welcomed Dr. Vivian Lipton, MD, MPH, as a highly valued member of the Family Medicine Clinic in Harrison, located at 724 North Spring Street. Dr. Lipton brings with her an impressive background, holding board certifications in Family Medicine with Obstetrics and Obesity Medicine, making her a versatile and accomplished medical professional. more
Ozark Opportunities has recently expanded and celebrated with a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce (HRCC). more
Dear Dave, My husband recently opened his own commercial painting company. We know he will have three months or so every year when he’s making very little, if any, income. We also started following your plan recently, too, and have $1,000 set aside for our starter emergency fund. We were ready to begin paying off all our debt except our home in Baby Step 2, but now he wants to skip that, and move to Baby Step 3 to build a fully funded emergency fund of three to six months of expenses. I think I know why he feels this way, but would you give me your thoughts? Crystal more
North Arkansas Regional Medical Center (NARMC) announces the appointment of Loren Lomax as the new Director of Surgical Services. With an impressive background in healthcare management and a deep commitment to patient-centered care, Lomax is poised to lead the Surgical Services department to even greater heights of excellence. more
A new handbook containing financial policies district-wide was adopted by the Jasper School District Board of Education when it met in special session Friday, July 28. The handbook was assembled by the school district's office staff as a measure to correct a weakness revealed in the most recent Legislative Audit. more
If you’re trying to squeeze in another day of fun before school starts, think about visiting the Walmart Museum in Bentonville. more
In efforts to clear up misconceptions surrounding her sweeping education reform legislation, the LEARNS Act, Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Secretary of Education Jacob Oliva attended a town hall-style event on Tuesday evening at The Sheid on the campus of Arkansas State University-Mountain Home (ASU-Mountain Home). more
Due to recent interest in a June 30 incident in which a Trooper performed a Tactical Vehicle Intervention (TVI) maneuver on a fleeing motorist, the Arkansas State Police (ASP) wishes to clarify details on the incident. more
In a recent memo, Harrison City Attorney Nancy Cartwright raised concerns over what she dubs a fatal error contained in Arkansas state legislation, Act 851. The law, first drafted in the state house as HB1799, was passed during the 2023 legislative session. The memo delves into the specifics of the bill and highlights the implications of the error. more
MT. JUDEA — With the start of the new school year just around the corner, the Deer-Mt. Judea School District Board of Education met in special session Monday night, July 31, and continued to fill staff vacancies. more
On Oct. 19, 1960, Maggie Porter suffered a stroke from cerebral hemorrhage. The 86-year-old Boone County woman never regained consciousness, but thanks to a feeding tube, she was kept alive for three years, six months and three days. more
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