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The Valley Y ranch complex represents an intact and rare example of a horse ranch in Newton County. The Rock House as well as the variety of supporting buildings and site features contribute to the integrity of the site and give a picture of what was necessary to operate a ranch of that size. The Valley Y Ranch is also an important facility in the 20th century agricultural history of Newton County as well as being an influential and important horse ranch during the mid-20th century with a reputation that was known nationwide. more
North Arkansas Regional Medical Center's Urgent Care unit south of Bellefonte on US 65 was expected to open in December. The opening has been moved to sometime in January, the hospital's CEO Sammie Cribbs told the hospital's board of directors at its monthly meeting Tuesday, Dec. 27. The facility is currently going through what she described as a cleaning process. more
It was 95 degrees that June day in 1954 when the Harrison American Legion team made its way over for a game in Berryville. Jim Bryan, who played shortstop in the game, wasn’t feeling the heat, though. more
At the Harrison Public Schools Board of Directors meeting Thursday, Dec. 15, Superintendent Dr. Stewart Pratt asked representatives from the Middle School Guiding Coalition to come forward. more
The Boone County Regional Airport Board of Directors met for their monthly meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 20, and heard an update from Garver Engineer, Greg Thomas about the box hangar and signage projects. more
When the CEO of Southern Airways was in town last month, Stan Little gave a great presentation about the history and current expansion of the commuter airline who has serviced Harrison for the past six years and will more than likely be approved to continue that service another four years, if approved by the FAA. more
I am having an especially hard time coming up with a subject to write about this week. I wanted my last column of 2022 to be something special, something different, and something meaningful, so for days I have been racking my old, tired brain for inspiration with no success. more
The proposed renovation of the Oark Elementary School fell into delays over the past year, but the project was given a jump start by the board of education at its regular meeting Dec. 14. more
The Harrison Public Schools Board of Directors met Thursday, Dec. 15, and approved staff elections, retirements and transfers and resignations as recommended by the Superintendent Dr. Stewart Pratt. more
Craig Campbell, president of the Boone County Economic Development Corporation (BCEDC) spoke a few minutes at the groundbreaking of the Center for Robotics & Manufacturing Innovation (CRMI) held on Monday, Dec 5, in the JPH at North Arkansas College. more
ROGERS — H2Ozarks, a non-profit organization dedicated to maintaining and improving water quality in the White River Basin and throughout the Ozarks region, announces the launch of the Septic System Remediation Program for residents located within the Buffalo River Watershed. This program offers financial and technical assistance to homeowners in need of septic repair or replacement.  more
The realignment of Harness Street, at US Highway 65, with Hester Drive is progressing as the Harrison City Council passed a resolution Tuesday night, Dec. 22, expressing the willingness of the city to partner with the Arkansas Department of Transportation on the intersection improvement project. more
Three members of the Boone County Regional Airport met on Tuesday, Dec. 20, for their monthly meeting. more
The Harrison City Council met on Tuesday, Dec. 20 and approved the following actions: more
Representatives from the National Park Service informed the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) that the Buffalo National River is now beginning to make preparations for the April 8, 2024, total eclipse predicted to attract visitors to this area which will be experiencing up to 4 minutes of totality. more
The Boone County Regional Airport Board of Directors met for their monthly meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 20. more
Elizabeth Darden was elected by the Harrison City Council at its regular monthly meeting Tuesday night to fill the vacancy left by Bill Boswell who currently holds the Ward 3, Position 1 seat. Boswell didn’t file for reelection, nor did anyone else file for the slot. By law, Boswell could be appointed to fill another term, but he resigned instead. more
The brazen ruffian would soon learn that his bullying tactics would hold no candle to a young woman holding a candle and bent on protecting her elderly mother. more
The Harrison City Council adopted the 2023 budget at its regular meeting held Tuesday night. The meeting was moved up from its schedule meeting date due to the forecast of severe winter weather on Thursday. more
The Jasper High School vocational agriculture program will be getting a barn for its animal science curriculum. It will be built at the Newton County Fairgrounds. more
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