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Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III convened the seventh Ukraine Defense Contact Group meeting Wednesday, telling the assembled international partners that their efforts have made a difference in helping the Ukrainian military fight the Russian invaders. more
The Arkansas Department of Health reports that influenza related deaths more than doubled from the previous week’s report and the number of positive cases jumped by almost 2,000 in a week. more
When the North Arkansas Regional Medical Center Board of Governors met in November, there were not enough board members present for a quorum. So the hospital directors and those present heard reports and casually discussed the status of the hospital. more
Harrison Police will join other Arkansas law enforcement officers in a plan to bolster their patrol assignments aimed at violators who are not buckled-up while traveling on local streets and state highways during the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday period. more
Veteran Robert Roberson took part in the Veterans Day Parade that took place around the Harrison square on Nov. 11. more
LITTLE ROCK — Researchers at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) will use a new federal grant to study genetic systems of the bacterium that causes tick-borne relapsing fever to better understand their molecular functions and reveal possible drug targets. more
LITTLE ROCK — Stores and shopping centers may try to coax everyone with low prices for Black Friday the day after Thanksgiving, but the AGFC has an even better opportunity to enjoy some fast action, and it will only cost you the price of a fishing license and trout stamp. AGFC hatcheries and the Family and Community Fishing Program are gearing up for “Troutsgiving,” the agency’s annual kickoff to fall stockings of rainbow trout in program ponds. more
The Boone County Election Commission met Monday afternoon and took care of some housekeeping matters prior to Friday’s scheduled certification of election results. more
In front of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial wall today, during a Veterans Day commemoration, Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III recalled the service of some of the veterans of that war and how their service both served the nation, and in one case, his own call to serve. more
JASPER —Due to inclement weather, this year's Veterans Day observance was moved from Bradley Park to the Jasper School gymnasium. Co-hosted by American Legion Post 93 and Auxiliary, the theme of the ceremony was "Honoring All Who Served: Duty, Honor, Country." The Newton County veteran randomly selected as the featured veteran for the event was Chief Warrant Officer (ret.) Kimberly D. Lore of Jasper. more
A caller reported a fire at Taco Bell about 9:20 Saturday night. An officer said everyone was out of the business when he arrived and firefighters were on scene. Fire Chief Marc Lowery said a natural gas line going to an appliance ruptured and caused the fire. Lowery said an employee put out the flames with a fire extinguisher. No injuries were reported and there was no major damage to the restaurant. more
People in Harrison and the surrounding area woke up Saturday morning to an early snowfall. More wintry weather was forecasted for Monday night into Tuesday morning. more
LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge has announced that Arkansas, along with a coalition of states, has obtained two multistate settlements with Experian related to data breaches it experienced in 2012 and 2015. The breaches compromised the personal information of millions of consumers nationwide. The coalition has also obtained a separate settlement with T-Mobile in connection with the 2015 Experian breach, which impacted more than 15 million individuals who submitted credit applications with T-Mobile. Under the signed settlements, the companies have agreed to improve their data security practices and to pay the states a combined amount of more than $16 million. Arkansas will receive a total of $139,146.62 from the settlements. more
Boone County voters approved Issue No. 3 on the General Election ballot by 6,526 in favor and 5,475 against. It would establish the “Arkansas Religious Freedom Amendment.” more
One man who voted at the Boone County Election Center on Tuesday noted that some control panels on the side of the machines were open and he feared that anyone with the know-how could damage or alter the machines. more
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