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LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday said voters can decide whether to legalize recreational marijuana, overturning a state panel's decision to block the measure from the … more
The city ordinance proposing a downtown entertainment district received enough votes from the Harrison City Council at Thursday night's council meeting that it will get to be voted on after a second … more
After the Arkansas Legislature Legislative Council voted in July to recommend school districts use money from the American Rescue Plan to give teachers and other licensed employees a one-time $5,000 … more
2:11 a.m. – A woman called via 911 to report an intoxicated driver leaving Woodland Heights Apartments. An officer stopped the vehicle and arrested a male subject for DWI, resisting arrest and … more
The Harrison Board of Education took care of numerous personnel matters when it met Tuesday night. Superintendent Dr. Stewart Pratt made recommendations regarding hiring new staff and accepting … more
If you were traveling through the north interchange Thursday morning in Harrison, you probably got stuck in traffic after an 18-wheeler carrying lumber overturned. Witnesses say the big rig was … more
JASPER ‑‑ In a move to attract and retain school bus drivers, the Jasper School District Board of Education awarded a pay raise for classified staff during the Monday, Sept. 19, board … more
Harrison's new city hall and public safety building on Industrial Park Road was formally opened at 10 a.m., Thursday, Sept. 22, with a ribbon cutting ceremony and remarks by city officials. There … more
3:49 a.m. — A woman called to report a man assaulted her at an address on South Sycamore and was refusing to leave when asked. An officer said there were no injuries involved and the parties … more
Arkansas public and private schools (pre-K through 12 th grade) can apply now until Oct. 1 for Cox Charities Education Grants worth up to $2,500. Successful grant applications will seek to … more
NEW YORK — Walmart is taking a cautious approach to the holiday shopping season, announcing it will hire 40,000 U.S. workers for the holidays, a majority of them seasonal workers. The … more
The Harrison City Council is set to meet Thursday night and aldermen will be asked to consider approval of a downtown entertainment district An entertainment district is a defined area, usually in … more
The Harrison School Board heard about student learning and the summer school program when it met Tuesday night. Superintendent Dr. Stewart Pratt said the Arkansas Out of School Network grant … more
Helping operate the Country Store at the Northwest Arkansas District Fair for the Boone County Extension Club included (from left) Anne Brisco, Terry Register and Marilyn Richardson. more
MT. JUDEA — In a special meeting held last month, the Deer/Mt. Judea School District’s Board of Eduction approved the transfer of $850,000 from operating funds to the school … more
12:24 a.m. — A female subject called to report someone ringing the doorbell of her residence on Richard Street and throwing rocks at it. An officer didn’t locate anyone suspicious in the … more
A top executive at plant-based food company Beyond Meat has been charged with felony battery after a fight outside a college football game in which he was accused of biting a man’s … more
Some Harrison firefighters went to Mountain Home on Tuesday to cover that city’s fire protection while they attend a funeral. It was returning a favor from 25 years ago. Fire Chief Marc … more
JASPER — The dates for the annual flu vaccination clinics provided by the Newton County Health Unit have been set, said unit manager Erika Houston at the monthly Newton County Hometown Health … more
Harrison city officials say North Pine Street between West Sherman Avenue and West Alma Avenue will be closed from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 21, through Friday, Sept. 23, each day. Please be … more
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