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Veterans from Camp Jack and volunteers with the Harrison Convention and Visitors Bureau have put up holiday lights and decorations around the downtown area of the city, and beginning the Monday after Thanksgiving, recorded holiday music will be heard on the square through the Boone County Courthouse's loudspeaker system, announced Mayor Jerry Jackson at the conclusion of the regular city council meeting last Thursday night. He thanked all involved. more
LITTLE ROCK – Make safety part of your family traditions with these tips from Entergy Arkansas for lighting your home for holiday celebrations. 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
Let us entertain you, in downtown Harrison. more
You can honor a veteran with a wreath to be placed on graves later this year. more
The Harrison School Board took care of some personnel matters when it met Tuesday night. more
The Boone County Election Commission met Friday afternoon and certified results of the Nov. 8 General Election with very little change. more
Lights outside Harrison City Hall on Industrial Park Road shine against a brilliant fall sunrise. more
The Biden-Harris Administration has announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Forest Service will provide up to $40 million to Trout Unlimited as part of a five-year agreement to improve watersheds on national forests and grasslands – home to many of America’s most important trout and salmon species. Projects include clean-up of abandoned mines and removing barriers to improve fish passage, as well as stream habitat improvements. more
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge announced an allocation of $250,000 for the Arkansas State Veterans Cemetery. The 82-acre cemetery is located in North Little Rock and serves as a place of internment for veterans who have been honorably discharged from military service. The announcement comes in advance of the Saturday’s Wreaths of Honor Ceremony at the Arkansas State Cemetery in North Little Rock, a press release said. more
The Harrison Public Schools Board of Education met Tuesday and heard some good news from Superintendent Dr. Stewart Pratt about band activity. more
Not enough members of the North Arkansas Regional Medical Center Board of Governors were present to form a quorum in November. But, hospital directors and those present heard about the status of rural hospitals. more
This Thanksgiving holiday, millions of drivers will hit our roads to celebrate the holiday with family and friends. The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Region 7 is joining the State Highway Safety Offices in Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska to share an important lifesaving reminder: Click It or Ticket. Because the Thanksgiving holiday is one of the busiest for the United States, more drivers will be on the roads than usual, increasing the likelihood of a motor vehicle crash. During this kickoff to the holiday season, the importance of seat belt safety could not be clearer. more
The City Advertising and Tourism Promotion Commission on Thursday approved a donation of $75,965 from the Convention and Visitors Bureau to the city Parks and Recreation Department. more
Since the flu reporting season began several weeks ago, the number of flu-related deaths have risen to 14, according to this week's report by the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH). Nine deaths had been reported in the previous week’s report and 30 deaths were reported in the 2021-22 season. more
The Boone County Regional Airport Board of Directors met Tuesday, Nov. 15, and voted unanimously to accept the bid of Southern Airways Express to provide a four-year contract for Essential Air Service. The recommendation will be sent to the Department of Transportation for the final decision. more
The final reading of an ordinance establishing a downtown entertainment district is on the agenda for Thursday night’s Harrison City Council meeting. more
KINGSTON — A Jasper School District student, identified only by a student registration number, has been expelled from classes for the remainder of the semester. more
The Harrison Fire Department responded to a grass fire Wednesday afternoon at 12:45 on the Bypass across from D&H Glass. The fire was quickly put out. more
Four students were expelled from school at the Harrison School Board meeting Tuesday night and Superintendent Dr. Stewart Pratt said that demonstrates a problem with vaping devices containing THC, as well as other prohibited articles on campus. more
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