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The streets of Harrison are safer with Corporal Raymond Peter on the beat. more
The annual Heydenreich and Tennison Pig Roast will be held on Saturday, July 6, at the Deer School ABC Building in Deer. more
My husband Carl took vacation days from work last week. more
Happy Fathers Day to all you Dads. more
I can often be heard explaining that since I was a little girl, I have looked forward to growing up to be a 65 year-old man. My dad, Tubby Lee, was that old man. When I was in grade school, he was my model for adulthood - a 65 year-old in bib overalls with just as much white hair coming out of his ears as there was his scalp. more
Got a lot of news to let you all know about. The Oak Grove School House and the Community has got a big community events planned up to Nov 16 this year. I am glad to see the people coming together in our community and do things on June 15. more
We hope you like the new look of your library. A lot of work has been completed to make your library look nice. We hope you like the new paint color outside, the painting of the steps to upstairs, and the new flooring in the stairwell. more
Lunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. more
Greetings from Capps. more
Berryville—A tornado ripped through Rogers, Arkansas on May 26, 2024 displacing many individuals including 30 residents of a local nursing home. Among these residents were four veterans who were relocated to Blossoms Rehab and Nursing Center in Berryville, AR. Being a veteran himself, and a friend of the Blossoms, Vince Eastwood recognized that this was a difficult situation for these veterans. Looking for opportunities to assist these four individuals, he reached out to members of the Quilts of Valor of the Ozarks (QOVO) and asked if they would be able to assist as these new residents adapt to this unexpected relocation. more
Saturday, July 6, 2024, at the Deer School ABC Building in Deer, Arkansas. more
Corporal Mark Morton of the Arkansas State Police will retire at the end of June. The corporal is a well-respected and will be missed by his co-workers. Natalie —  a dispatcher who works with Morton, expressed her admiration for him, "Mark has been a great trooper. He's got a drive that nobody has and we're definitely going to miss him." more
Well, that's a new word for sure ... what is a pizookie? Think a pizza and a cookie combine, and you've got a pizookie, a huge, chewy cookie the size of a pizza. Also known as a skillet cookie, the giant-sized cookie most often is baked in a skillet or pizza pan. more
Harrison Firefighters Caden Robertson and Donovan Armstrong were out testing the water pressure and flow of water from the fire hydrants around the city of Harrison on Tuesday to make sure they are in proper working order.  more
Marion County Sheriff Gregg Alexander announced Investigator Silas Gibson recently graduated from the 25th Session of the Crime Scene Technician Certificate Program (CSTCP) of the Criminal Justice Institute, a division of the University of Arkansas system. more
Happy Taco Tuesday so far it is a beautiful day but they are calling for rain. Just as long as we don’t get storms with high winds and hail. more
When it comes to imparting knowledge to young people, Krista Flud is part of a family that is full of educators. more
We hope you like the new look of your library. A lot of work has been completed to make your library look nice. We hope you like the new paint color outside, the painting of the steps to upstairs, and the new flooring in the stairwell. more
A lot of people will say they wish they could have summers off. However, this job involves shaping other human minds and having a huge role in forming and guiding students. It is a job that does not stop when the bell rings and you go home. more
Lunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. more
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