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Cheryl Grant lives near Yellville. She relocated to the Ozarks from Colorado, “I knew I wanted to relocate somewhere just as quiet and peaceful as it was where I grew up,” she shared, “so I started researching and found just the right place at just the right time.” more
The Boone County DAV (Disabled American Veterans) Chapter 06, recently presented the Presidential Volunteer Award to the following individuals.  more
The 41st Annual Arkansas Fiddlers Convention continues Saturday and Sunday morning at the south campus of North Arkansas College in Harrison. The convention opens this morning at 9 a.m. with Jam Sessions all day long. At 10 a.m. Individual Fiddlers (organized by Jim and Shirley Christensen of Harrison) will be on stage at the Little Theatre inside Northark College. 2:30 pm will be the Awards and Acknowledgements, and at 3:30 p.m. will be band performances at the Little Theatre. Sunday will be Gospel from 9—10:30 am by the Unashamed Gospel Bluegrass group. more
A new mural was completed in Harrison on Friday afternoon. The large scale piece depicts a scene of settlers representative of those killed in the Mountain Meadows Massacre of 1857. more
This Monday marks the 3 rd anniversary of when Camp Jack first opened its doors. The past 36 months has been a blur of activity during which dedicated volunteers have helped thousands of local veterans and their families live better lives. I am not sure how or when, but at some point Camp Jack took on a life of its own growing into this “Thing” I am still not exactly sure how to describe. more
Eclipse on the Street more
The 41st Annual Fiddler's Convention is ongoing today at North Arkansas College South Campus 1515 Pioneer Drive. Registration takes place in the Little Theater at 9 a.m. 10 a.m., Fiddlers Stage; 1 p.mm W Garrett, Dillion Massengale are hoping to stop by; 2:30 p.m. Awards & Acknowledgements; 3:30-4:30 p.m. All Girls Band; 5-6 p.m. Lasting Impressions; 6-7 p.m. Jimstone Fiddlers; 7-8 p.m. ArkyLogical Fiddle Band. Email; arkansasfiddlersconvention@yahoo.com, Facebook; Harrison Arkansas Fiddle Convention. more
Lunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. more
A contingent of US Army Reserve officers and staff were in Harrison Tuesday, March 19, planning for an Innovative Readiness Training (IRT) mission officially named Ozark Wellness. This medical mission to be carried out at the Jasper School and Kingston School campuses will provide training opportunities to Army Reserve medical units while providing incidental benefits to local residents via no-cost healthcare. more
Carroll County Sheriff Daniel Klatt has confirmed that a fatality was discovered on Wednesday following a structure fire. At approximately 10:21 PM, Carroll County Dispatch received a call of a residential structure fire in the area of CR 140. Deputies, Fire, and EMS personnel were immediately dispatched to the scene. more
Foundation Tables, a local non-profit group committed to helping neighbors in need, is hosting a Wash Wellness Day on Sunday, March 31, 3—8 p.m. The event will take place at Wash World on the by-pass in Harrison — 400 S Hwy 62/65. more
Mayor Jerry Jackson hosted a community meeting on Thursday, March 14, before the City Council Committee meeting to share information about the planned music venue and receive questions from citizens. more
Jerree Winn has spent most of her life in the cosmetology world. Now, with over four decades of experience, she has announced her retirement. Winn's journey began at 15 when she first started cosmetology school. She pursued her training off and on, eventually graduating from Lyle‘s School of Cosmetology in Fresno, Calif. in 1981. more
Dollar Tree Inc. has revealed plans to close 1,000 stores, including 600 Family Dollar locations, within the first half of fiscal 2024. The company stated that these planned closures resulted in fourth-quarter charges exceeding $2 billion, as reported in its fiscal 2023 results. more
The Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce has extended an invitation to a free workshop this month. Startup Junkie and Arkansas APEX Accelerator will be leading a Small Business Certifications for Women, Minority, & Underserved Businesses workshop at the Chamber, 303 N. Main St., Ste 301, in Harrison, on Tuesday, March 26th, 2 p.m-4 p.m. more
North Arkansas Regional Medical Center (NARMC) Chief of Nursing Donna Boehm will receive the 2024 North Arkansas College Distinguished Alumna award presented by the Northark Foundation. more
Early voting for the election runoff for Boone County Justice of the Peace District 5 between Danny Hickman and Kyle Evatt will start Tuesday, March 26, and run through Monday, April 1. Voters who live in that district can vote at he Boone County Election Center from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on each of those days. more
Thursday the Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce gave Harrison mayor Jerry Jackson an opportunity to discuss the accomplishments and the plans for the city of Harrison. more
Those that know even a little about the history of Boone County, know that one of the first (if not THE first) named settlement was the village of Dubuque. Located just downstream from Elbow Shoals on the White River, Dubuque sprang up where West Sugarloaf Creek emptied into the White River. more
The Harrison Colony Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution has announced the Chapter winner of the Seventh Grade American History Essay Contest. Lucas Crow of Omaha Middle School is the winner. Lucas is the son of Jennifer and Matt Crow. more
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