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The Harrison City Council met Thursday night, March 23, and held a public hearing at the close of the meeting to receive comments on three items that will be considered for changes to the zoning code and zoning map. more
The Arkansas Department of Transportation plans to upgrade U.S. 65 and has decided to extend the comment period by 15 days. The timeline for accepting comments from the public regarding the project has been extended until Monday, April 10 (2023). more
The Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce recently held a non-profit roundtable and President Bob Largent said, “We are so pleased you could be here. We value your investment in the Chamber. This is one of the opportunities you have to share with one another — your experiences, your challenges and your successes.” more
The Harrison Police Department is teaming up with the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) for the national “U Drive. U Text. U Pay.” high-visibility enforcement effort. The effort will begin on Monday, April 3, and continue until the following Monday, April 10. more
The pressure of trying to win a basketball game is off. more
The Harrison City Council met Thursday night, March 23, and gave final approval for the leasing contract for a new fleet of police, code enforcement and park vehicles. According to financial projections by Luke Feighert, the city’s chief financial officer, the lease agreement will “break even” with projected costs over the next eight to 10 years if the city had elected to continue purchasing and maintaining vehicles for those departments. more
Dr. Rick Massengale, president of North Arkansas College, welcomed the group to the Economic Update Luncheon held Wednesday, March 15, at the JPH conference room at the South Campus of North Arkansas College. more
Mike McClintock, Boone County staff chair for the Extension Services, spoke to the adults and teens from the Leadership Classes and talked about agriculture as a career. more
HARRISON — Monday will be the last time to watch Heart of the Ozarks senior athletes play their final high school contest. more
FAYETTEVILLE — No. 5 Arkansas just finished an 18-game homestand and now will head to LSU for its first true road games of the 2023 season. more
Arkansas state Senator Bryan King (District 28) and state Representatives Harlan Breaux (District 6) and Ron McNair (District 5) met with the public at a legislative forum on Tuesday morning, March 21. The Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce hosted the forum and gave the lawmakers the opportunity to update the public on pending legislation in Little Rock. Recent legislation on social issues was one of the topics considered at the event. more
Mike McClintock, Boone County staff chair for the Extension Services, spoke to the adults and teens from the Leadership Classes and said, “We have been doing this a long time. We are very proud of what we do here. The Arkansas Extension Service is a part of the University of Arkansas. Every state has a land-grant university. This all came about after the Civil War and the land-grant universities all had outreach programs and that is us.” more
The Schaffer reign on the offensive line has come to an end. more
FAYETTEVILLE — No. 8 Arkansas will take on No. 4 UConn on Thursday night at 6:15 p.m. at the T-Mobile Center in Las Vegas and the game will be televised on CBS. more
FAYETTEVILLE — No. 5 Arkansas won its 14th game in a row on Tuesday with a 12-2 run-rule victory over Southeast Missouri State. 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
Freeman Conner was a man to keep his promise. 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, 75.7% of those persons were not vaccinated against the virus. There were no PCR confirmed flu deaths for Week 11. more
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