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LRS Municipal Services Manager Chris Snyder started with the company at the first of 2023, having previously been with another trash company in Missouri for 20 years and after serving in the military. more
FORREST CITY — At approximately 9:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 30, an Arkansas State Police aircraft landed in east Arkansas carrying recaptured inmate Samuel Paul Hartman, 39; Hartman’s wife, Misty Hartman, 39; and his mother, Linda Annette White, 61. more
The annual match between Mountain Home and Harrison will be a 7 p.m. kick on Friday night. more
Little Rock’s KTHV Channel 11 news anchor Craig O’Neil announced that Harrison Mayor Jerry Jackson was the Arkansan of the Day on Monday, Aug. 28. more
Harrison Mayor Jerry Jackson announced on Wednesday, Aug. 30, the resignation of longtime Harrison City Clerk, Jeff Pratt. more
Dr. Stewart Pratt, Superintendent of the Harrison School District, delivered an informative presentation during the Lions Club meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 30. The presentation covered topics on where the school district currently stands in its efforts to ensure success for kids in the community, from enrollment trends to safety measures, mental health support, and the district's academic objectives. more
Nowadays, anyone with a driver’s license and a car can make the trip from Harrison to Springfield, Missouri, in about an hour. One can ride in air-conditioned comfort while listening to one’s favorite tunes, with little concern about dangers along the way. more
Several members gathered at the state Capitol this week as subcommittees of the Arkansas Legislative Council (ALC) held meetings. ALC convened on Friday. This week, we would like to update you on the developments from those meetings. more
Over the course of the Harrison and Mountain Home football rivalry, one team has dominated the final scores. more
LITTLE ROCK – Participation in athletics at Arkansas institutions of higher education has increased in recent years, even as total enrollment at colleges and universities has gone down. more
The City of Valley Springs has embarked on the exciting endeavor of revitalizing its beloved Valley Springs Park, enhancing the park experience for visitors and accompanying more disabled access. With construction well underway, the park is receiving a major facelift, including a new pavilion and accessibility improvements. more
LRS provides the trash and recycling service for the City of Harrison and is improving the new location at 1313 Bellefonte Dr. more
After 26 years as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, Wes Bradford wants to serve the public in a different role and has announced he will run for the position of District Judge for Boone, Newton and Searcy counties. The current District Judge is the Honorable Gail-Inman Campbell, who will retire at the end of her term in Dec. 2024. The election for District Judge is nonpartisan and will be held during the primary elections in March 2024. more
The first stop of the National Interscholastic Cycling Association of Arkansas was in Harrison. more
Everyone is invited to the Kaylee Cox Bankston Tennis Classic Pink Out the Harrison Country Club at 5 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 31, for a Pink Out Tennis event! The number of people affected by breast cancer continues to rise, and life-saving treatments can be painful and exhausting. However, there is no need to be lonely. Pink Out events bring survivors, family members and patients together to share experiences and encouragement. more
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