It was just after dawn on April 19, 1775, when a volley of British rifles signaled the start of the American Revolution. By the end of the day, 49 colonists lay dead and 39 were wounded. For the wounded, there were no ambulances, hospitals, doctors or operating rooms. Antibiotics were yet to… Read more
Service officers with Boone County Disabled American Veterans (DAV) are available to help local area veterans and their families receive the benefits they have earned from their service to our country. Each VA disability claim filed by a veteran represents a sacrifice that was made in defen… Read more
WICHITA, Kansas., — Equity Bancshares, Inc. the Wichita-based holding company of Equity Bank, announced the issuance of $42 million aggregate principal amount of fixed-to-floating rate subordinated notes due 2030 to certain institutional accredited investors and qualified institutional buye… Read more
The Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting with Hank’s Furniture on Saturday, July 4, to celebrate the grand opening of the store. Hank’s Furniture is located at 1211 Hwy. 62/65 North. Hours are Monday-Saturday 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. and Sundays noon until 6 p.m. The phon… Read more
A request for a city ordinance prohibiting engine compression brakes — often called “jake brakes” — in the city limits was agreed to by the Harrison City Council's Resources and Policy Committee last week. It directed city attorney Grant Ragland to draft an ordinance for the committee to con… Read more
LITTLE ROCK — Many people don’t answer phone calls from numbers they don’t recognize. Some callers want to sell you a vacation package or an extended warranty on your car. Read more
(The Center Square) – After state and local government leaders shut down large portions of their local economies to thwart the spread of the coronavirus, putting millions of people out of work, some are now looking to raise taxes to fill budget shortfalls.