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The Boone County Quorum Court met on Tuesday, March 14, and passed two ordinances to dedicate county funds for the sheriff’s department and rural fire departments’ radio communications equipment. more
On Tuesday, March 7 (2023) Mr. Jeffrey Johnson, was sentenced to two years probation, a two-year ban from Buffalo National River, $600 in fines, $80 in processing fees, and ordered to pay $2,686.27 in restitution. The amount of restitution equals the cost of both search and rescue operations performed for members of his hiking groups by the National Park Service in the spring of 2022. more
Side by side, father and son advanced in the face of enemy fire. more
School board elections — that time of year is almost here again. more
The Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce hosted their annual meeting and awards luncheon on Tuesday, March 14. The keynote speaker was Hugh McDonald, recently appointed as the Arkansas Secretary of Commerce. more
The items discussed at the Harrison City Council committees meeting on Thursday, March 9, included a proposition from the finance committee to lease a new fleet of police, code enforcement and park vehicles. more
JASPER— Law enforcement rangers of the National Park Service assigned to the Buffalo National River are abusing their authority, according to Thomas Johnson, a resident of Marion County who is bringing to public awareness that under the park service's own policies, their authority applies only within the boundaries of a national park. more
“I am sorry you’ve never smelled the breath of a man who wants to kill you. I’m sorry you’ve never felt the alarm bells ringing in your body; the combination of fear and adrenalin as you move toward the fight, instead of running from it. I’m sorry you’ve never heard someone cry out for help or cried out for help yourself; relying on the courage of others to bring you home. I’m sorry you’ve never tasted the salt from your own tears as you stand at a flag-draped coffins bearing men you were humbled to call your friends. I don’t wish those experiences on you, but I wish you had them.” more
An Omaha man was killed Friday, March 10, in a two-vehicle collision on Highway 14, east of Omaha in Boone County. more
At the Harrison City Council committees meeting held Thursday, March 9, at City Hall, Mayor Jerry Jackson and Director of Public Works Wade Phillips made statements about a recent revelation about an annexed area of the city. The land was previously believed to be outside city limits. The 1999 annexation on the southeast corner of town will affect two business entities. The city is gathering information to enforce existing zoning and building regulations. more
North Arkansas College Board of Trustees on Thursday, March 9, accepted two project bids at its regular meeting. more
Finances, veterans' grave markers and trees were concerns presented to the Harrison Perpetual Care Cemetery Committee when it met Wednesday March 8, at city hall. more
Little Rock – The Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce/Associated Industries of Arkansas Inc. (State Chamber/AIA) announced that Chelsea O’Kelley has been named its director of communications. In this role, O’Kelley will coordinate and oversee public relations, marketing, and communications strategies for the State Chamber/AIA. more
Hotel Seville celebrates grand reopening more
The 36th Annual Northwest Arkansas Senior Games will be held April 7, 14, 20, 28 and 29. more
The Arkansas Department of Transportation revealed its plans for upgrading U.S. 65 in Harrison Thursday afternoon and is accepting comments from the public regarding the project. more
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