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Analysts say the UBS takeover of embattled rival Credit Suisse has shaken Switzerland’s self-image and dented its reputation as a global financial center. They warn that the country’s prosperity … more
Europe’s biggest armed conflict since World War II is poised to enter a new phase in the coming weeks. With no suggestion of a negotiated end to the 13 months of fighting between Russia and … more
Terry and Leanna (Greenhaw) McCutchen of Harrison will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Friday, April 7. They were married April 7, 1973, at Pine Street Missionary Baptist Church by Pastor Don Dunn. The high school sweethearts enjoy two daughters, Tara King and husband Chris King; Sara Fast and husband BJ Fast and three grandchildren, Sadie, Mollie and Greyson. The couple will be celebrating with a party given by their daughters. more
The March luncheon of Boone and Newton Counties Retired Teachers and Support Staff (BNCRTSS) was Tuesday, March 7, at Western Sizzlin’ in Harrison. President Charles Adair welcomed everyone before introducing Harrison High School Theater teacher and Ozarks Arts Council (OAC) Executive Director, Julianna Hamblin. more
For Mel Blackwood, choosing to support Northark holds a personal meaning while also honoring an historical legacy that will support faculty improvements far into the future. Mel’s father, Leon Blackwood, was hired by founding President Dr. Bill Baker as the Registrar when North Arkansas College (Northark) first opened its doors in 1974. His mother, Margarette Blackwood, was the Harrison Junior High librarian. more
Dear Annie: I have been going to a particular church religiously for over 30 years. During the pandemic, I realized that my relationship with God isn't defined by my church attendance, and I found a really great practice of getting to know a God of my understanding through readings, prayer, meditation and attending 12-step meetings to address my overeating and having grown up in an alcoholic home. I feel my relationship with God is more intimate than ever. more
The Ozark Humane Society received a major cleaning Tuesday, March 28, from FedEx employees. The group of eight volunteers cleared brush, power washed the buildings and cleaned out the animal transport vehicles. The group spent the afternoon making the facility look like a whole new building and made extra room outside by trimming and removing brush. more
The man named as a person of interest in the disappearance of his ex-girlfriend and her 7-year-old daughter has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder. Washington state officials … more
Police say the body of a 2-year-old Florida boy who had been the subject of a frantic search after his mother was slain has been found in a lake in the jaws of an alligator. St. Petersburg Police … more
From protests in Kenya, France, India and Israel, to the visit of US Vice President Kamala Harris to Africa, to the China Fashion Week in Beijing, to Ukrainian soldiers meeting their beloved ones at … more
New Mexico produced more than 53,000 tons of its most famous crop during the last growing season, meaning more chile peppers found their way into salsas and onto dinner plates than the previous year. … more
Workers have started removing contaminated soil and damaged railcars left behind after Thursday's fiery train derailment in southwest Minnesota. Authorities said Friday that the ethanol fire that … more
Americans are focusing more on railroad safety after two recent fiery derailments in Ohio last month and in Minnesota this week. Both prompted evacuations. The derailments have prompted federal … more
Family and friends of Evelyn Dieckhaus, one of three children who were killed in a school shooting in Nashville this week, remembered her  as a “shining light” and said farewell to a girl who … more
A tornado has plowed through Arkansas’ capital and surrounding areas, reducing rooftops to splinters, toppling vehicles and tossing debris on roadways as people raced for shelter. The Little Rock … more
Transgender people and their allies gathered at at venues across the country Friday as part of an annual, international recognition of transgender resilience, an observation that this year comes amid … more
A federal appeals court has ruled that a 2018 Twitter post by Tesla CEO Elon Musk unlawfully threatened Tesla employees with the loss of stock options if they decided to be represented by a union. … more
A voting machine company’s defamation case against Fox News over its airing of false allegations about the 2020 presidential election will go to trial after a Delaware judge allowed a jury to … more
Pressure is mounting on an obscure U.N. body based in Jamaica to hit pause on plans to potentially open the world’s deep seas to mining as companies push for permission to extract metals from … more
A Florida teenager has documented how it feels to be young and transgender for a film set to debut at a festival as transgender people around the world celebrate visibility and lawmakers across the … more
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