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Today is Taco Tuesday and it is 70 degrees and tomorrow they are talking cold weather and here the flowers are coming up and trees are blooming out. Makes you want to plant stuff. I am doing Spring Cleaning. more
With strong leadership, community involvement, and a shared commitment to progress, there is no limit to what Harrison can achieve. more
Greetings from Capps. How about those record-breaking temperatures we had last week? My car thermometer read 86 as I drove through Capps on Tuesday, although the official reading in Harrison was only 84, it still shattered the previous record by 7 degrees! more
Every Saturday morning is ‘Coffee & Conversation” 9-11 a.m. at the American Legion Post 340. Coffee’s free! Come out and catch up with your neighbors! more
The building repair for Restoration Life Fellowship has been completed. Tim and Kevin Saul did a very good job on that project. more
Hello friends… more
Judge Gordon Webb, retired Fourteenth Judicial District Judge and long-time former prosecuting attorney, has been selected to receive the 2024 Boy Scouts of America Heart of the Eagle Award. more
Lunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. more
Mary Jo Grisham is a third-generation “Harrisonite” — ​​born in Harrison in 1937. “My mother Jeanne Walker Ormond was a great cook and my primary influence for cooking and entertaining,” shared Grisham. more
While surfing the Internet, I found a recipe for oven-baked chicken topped with fresh pineapple slices that looked incredibly good, plus the pineapple added a little bit of sweetness. more
Tim Saul and his son Kevin have been working on the Restoration Life Church Fellowship Hall They have completed a large portion of the work and it looks very good. more
JASPER — Newton County Community Matters celebrated its first anniversary and held it annual membership meeting Thursday, Feb. 22, at the Jasper Methodist Church. Members elected the new slate of officers and shared pieces of an anniversary cake along with other refreshments during the meeting. more
• Feb. 24 Daddy/Daughter Dinner, Bear Creek Baptist Church. 5 p.m. There will be dinner and entertainment. For more information, call (870) 741-7937. more
ADH produces a Weekly Viral Respiratory Diseases Report for clinicians. The report provides information on Influenza, COVID-19 and Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) activity in the state. The report also compares activities in Arkansas to the U.S. ADH receives reports of only a fraction of COVID-19 cases and flu cases since it only requires reports of flu hospitalizations, deaths, and outbreaks. RSV is not a reportable disease in Arkansas. Therefore, it is important to understand that the information in the weekly update is representative of the timing and location of activity, but it does not reflect the overall disease burden. It is presumed that there are many more people actually affected than the report shows. Clinicians and policymakers may find the report helpful in terms of communicating to colleagues and patients about the current status of viral respiratory diseases in the state and nationwide. more
Next Saturday, March 2nd, 5pm, Lead Hill/Diamond City Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet takes place at Lead Hill School Cafeteria (doors opening at 4:30). This Banquet is a way of connecting businesses and the community while reflecting on the previous year’s accomplishments. more
ADH produces a Weekly Viral Respiratory Diseases Report for clinicians. The report provides information on Influenza, COVID-19 and Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) activity in the state. The report also compares activities in Arkansas to the U.S. ADH receives reports of only a fraction of COVID-19 cases and flu cases since it only requires reports of flu hospitalizations, deaths, and outbreaks. RSV is not a reportable disease in Arkansas. Therefore, it is important to understand that the information in the weekly update is representative of the timing and location of activity, but it does not reflect the overall disease burden. It is presumed that there are many more people actually affected than the report shows. Clinicians and policymakers may find the report helpful in terms of communicating to colleagues and patients about the current status of viral respiratory diseases in the state and nationwide. more
Buffalo National River Partners will present “Cherokee Nation Ethnobiology and how the Buffalo National River is Assisting” with Feather Smith Tuesday, March 12, 2024 6:30—7:30 p.m. at the John Paul Hammerschmidt Conference Room of North Arkansas College, 1515 Pioneer Drive in Harrison. more
Hope you all enjoyed a nice Valentine's Day. more
The Boone County Friends of the Library (FOL) held a Valentine's Day bake sale on Wednesday, Feb. 14. FOL is an all-volunteer, 501(c)3 organization that works to enhance the Boone County Library through volunteer work and fundraising. Enhancements to the library include the addition of new books, programs, building improvements and more. The FOL will host a spring book sale April 11—April 13, more details on this popular event will be provided at a later date. more
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