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Gipson Road will be the new home of Richardson Appliance Service. The Harrison Planning Commission approved the large-scale development plan Tuesday. The address is 428 Gipson Road which is in the neighborhood of FedEx Freight and The Home Depot. more
JASPER — The Jasper City Council is on its way to 2023. It approved the budget for the coming year at its regular meeting Nov. 18. more
The Harrison Board of Education is set to meet in special session Tuesday evening and the agenda shows business involves two student discipline hearings. more
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first in a series of stories about the state Legislative delegation visiting with Harrison area elected officials and business leaders. more
The view from the lookout on Gaither Mountain in early November has changed dramatically since then. more
A conditional use permit for a residential day care center at the corner of South Oak Street and West Central Avenue was approved Tuesday by the Harrison Planning Commission following a brief public hearing. Some neighbors of the 124 South Oak Street address called attention to their safety concerns associated with traffic using West Central and limited parking on South Oak. more
North Arkansas Regional Medical Center is going to be engaged with the community in celebrating this holiday season, members of the hospital's board of directors were informed at its meeting last Tuesday. more
Arkansas' Great North American Eclipse coming Monday, April 8, 2024, is predicted to be a financial boon for Jasper and Newton County. Parts of 53 of Arkansas' 75 counties will be in the path of totality, and Jasper will be in one of the must-visit spots where a person can have a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Some areas of the state will experience up to 4 minutes and 20 seconds of totality. Jasper, according to latest projections, is expected to be in total darkness for 2 minutes and 10 seconds as the moon passes directly between Earth and the sun. more
The Arkansas Department of Health has announced that 19 influenza-related deaths have been reported in the state so far this flu season, including one pediatric death. That’s an increase from 14 in the previous report, but still below the 30 deaths reported in the 2021-22 flu season. more
KINGSTON — School maintenance work sometimes requires the use of an aerial lift and the Jasper School District has only one that is frequently transported between its three campuses. These moves are frequent, especial during basketball season when work has to be done on scoreboards, shot clocks and lighting, and at graduation and other times when the schools schedule special events when decorations, curtains or other items have to be lifted into place. more
JASPER — Newton County Hometown Health coalition met this month and was informed of an upcoming training program on the use and administering of NARCAN® used as an opioid overdose treatment. more
The North Arkansas College Board of Trustees took care of some personnel matters when it met in November. more
The annual Christmas Parade in Harrison is scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 28, and officials say it could be the biggest one yet. more
Marine Corps 1st Lt. William Deane Hawkins gave everything he had to help the Allies wrestle control of the strategic atoll of Tarawa from the Japanese during the latter half of World War II. While he never returned home from that small island, his efforts earned him a posthumous Medal of Honor. more
If you normally get your newspaper delivered by carrier, you will instead find it in your mail Wednesday. Daily Times circulation manager Jason McNeely said carriers will be given that day off for the Thanksgiving holiday. more
MARSHALL — Officers of the Marshall FFA and their adviser, Andrew Hendrix, attended the Nov.18 meeting of the Buffalo River Conservation Committee which convened at Veteran’s Memorial Hall in Marshall that afternoon. Hendrix said the organization was invited to the meeting by Arkansas Department of Agriculture Secretary Wes Ward. more
Leaves are falling and the city of Harrison will start removing them beginning Monday, Nov. 28, a press release said. more
Officials with the Harrison Roundup Club and Northwest Arkansas District Fair have a little more to be thankful about this season after donations of $50,000 to each group. more
You may have seen a video of a man hitting another man Friday afternoon outside Washington Regional Urgent Care. Harrison Police Chief Chris Graddy said it shows how road rage can become real. more
KINGSTON — The Jasper School District Board of Education met in November at the Kingston campus where the main item of business was a review of the school district's grades it received in this year's Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) School Index. more
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