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The Boone County Friends of the Library (FOL) held a Valentine's Day bake sale on Wednesday, Feb. 14. FOL is an all-volunteer, 501(c)3 organization that works to enhance the Boone County Library through volunteer work and fundraising. Enhancements to the library include the addition of new books, programs, building improvements and more. The FOL will host a spring book sale April 11—April 13, more details on this popular event will be provided at a later date. more
Another new sport will be added to the North Arkansas College athletic program by the time the Fall 2024 semester begins. more
If you were ever fortunate enough to meet Howard McCarville, guaranteed you would walk away smiling. Even at 93, he was a still charmer quick with a joke, harmonica at the ready. He would first introduce you to his tiny dogs who were always by his side, followed by a rousing rendition of the Marine Corps Hymn or America the Beautiful. more
According to affidavits filed in Marion County last week, a former Bull Shoals mayor — 69 year-old David Nixon, is accused of the crimes of abuse of office and theft of property. This follows an investigation by Special Agent JayP Massiet with the Public Integrity Unit of the Arkansas Attorney General’s Office. more
For over 23 years, Mid-States Wrestling has provided family friendly professional wrestling in a 4 states region. Yet, always calling Harrison home. After donating $4,000 to the District Fairgrounds in 2023, Mid-States hopes to exceed that donation in 2024. more
Friends of the Boone County Library are hosting a Valentine’s Day Bake Sale at the library on Wednesday, Feb. 14,10 a.m.—4.p.m., 221 W. Stephenson Ave. in Harrison. The sale will include a large variety of cakes, cookies and more. The Friends of the Boone County Library is a 501(c)(3) and all proceeds benefit the library. At the bake sale, there will also be a drawing to win either a Valentine's box of See's Candies or a gift certificate for Neighbor's Mill Bakery and Cafe in Harrison. There is no charge to enter the drawing. more
The Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce announced their roster of speakers for their 2024 annual meeting, set for March 12, 2024. The panelists were chosen to speak directly to issues of workforce development in the Harrison area and beyond, and each of their backgrounds will provide insight into the barriers to workforce development and proven results that enhance workforce pipelines in Arkansas. more
One would think that during the recent snow days and sub-zero temperatures that things would quiet down a bit so we could catch our breath - but no. At Camp Jack, things are busier than ever. more
It’s Upwards season again. Ryan Puls said, “The Lord has blessed us with great numbers again, we have over 250 basketball players and over 50 cheerleaders. So at total registration of more than 300. This is up over 50 participants from last year.” more
The Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce and New Beginnings Cosmetology School hosted an event on Wednesday, Jan. 24 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the school. more
Holt Memorial Chapel and the Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce hosted a Business After Hours on Thursday, Jan. 18, to celebrate the 100-year anniversary. more
Top Drawer has been in business for ten years and eight at their current location at the Hwy. 43 Plaza next to the Bowling Alley. more
The Boone County Quorum Court met for the first time this year Tuesday, Jan. 9 at the Office of Emergency Management. more
The Krooked Kreek business office will close at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 9. more
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The Harrison Board of Realtors swore in the 2024 Board of Directors. Jason Canady of Jerry Jackson Realty was installed by NAR Director Ronald B. Stinchcomb as the 2024 President. Tammy Satterwhite of Re/Max Unlimited is the 2024 President Elect. Cindy Dickey of United Country- Property Connections is the Sec/Treasurer. Past President, Carolyn Arnold. Directors are Chris Parks, Kendra Bruce and Jeff Pratt. more
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Susan Sangren’s first job at the age of 16 years old was making ice cream cones and selling cotton candy at Dogpatch. She has come a long way in her work career to being a director of an organization that works with different partners to provide workforce opportunities for individuals and families in nine counties. more
CS Bank Boone County Market President, Nate Wilson recently announced the local bank’s $1,000 charitable donation to the Sanctuary Inc. – a Harrison non-profit dedicated to providing shelter and support for victims of domestic violence. more
The Arkansas State Police Academy Class 2023-B had a record breaking 52 troopers graduate. The class was the largest graduating class in the past 46 years. One of the graduates was Trooper Jared Curtis of Harrison. more
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