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The parents of Sky Blue Lorene Keen and Edward Heath Knight are pleased to invite friends and family to attend the wedding of their children, to be held Saturday, May 4 at 2 p.m. The ceremony will take place at Knight's Farm in Batavia — located at Sanders Cemetery Lane and Cedar Road, Harrison. The bride is the daughter of Cindy and Jared Brusard of Harrison and Duane Keen of Oklahoma. The groom is the son of Betty Arlene Knight and the late Edward Wallace Knight of Batavia. more
Highway 392 was a busy highway going through Batavia on Monday of this week! Lots of people driving to their designated spot to watch the sun eclipse! I had the privilege of sitting on a bench on my patio and watching that spectacular event. more
Thanks to everyone who joined us for the “Eclipse on the Street” last Monday. I hope everyone enjoyed the view. Thank you to our vendors for helping us make the event a hit. Thank you to everyone who came to the Friends of the Library Book Sale! more
Nolan Khalil Berry more
Greetings from Capps. As of this writing on Wednesday evening, we're getting quite a substantial amount of much needed rain. That should help green things up some more and lessen the fire danger. more
This Saturday evening, VFW Post 10417 Awards Banquet takes place 6 p.m. in the Lead Hill School cafeteria. Scholarships will be awarded to the Patriots Pen Essay and Patriotic 3D Art contest winners. Come out and enjoy our talented students and more. Dinner is Free and served at 6 p.m. Program starts at 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome. more
That was exciting to see on Monday April 8. We sat outside to watch the moon to cover the sun. We only got 97% but I had a good seat in my front yard with my glass of ice. I have been losing weight that way. It was great to see it and to have in your front yard than to have a lot of people traveling to see it. more
On March 26, 2024, during a regular meeting of the Harrison Colony Chapter, NSDAR, four students from area school districts received recognition as DAR Good Citizen nominees. These nominees were selected by their school districts based on the qualities they have demonstrated in dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism and were eligible to enter a scholarship essay contest sponsored by Daughters of the American Revolution at the chapter, state, and national levels. more
For four years, Suzanne Buhr of Harrison has reviewed scholarship applications, interviewed students, and assisted with fundraisers for Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund. more
Paige Henderson grew up in a few small towns in Iowa and Wisconsin before moving to Arkansas. She enjoys cooking with her husband, Jason — a freelance copywriter. The couple live near Berryville, where they work from home, "I’m an IT support specialist and I love the freedom I have working remotely. It gives me the chance to live almost anywhere and I'm happy to be here in Northwest Arkansas," says Henderson. more
Folks of all ages convened on Yellville on Monday, April 8 to view the total eclipse of the sun together. The Yellville area received approximately 2 minutes and 48 seconds of totality during the eclipse, making it an appealing destination for eclipse chasers from around the country. more
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Department of Agriculture is now accepting applications for the 2024 Arkansas Century Farm Program. This program recognizes Arkansas families who have owned and farmed the same land for at least 100 years. The program is voluntary and there is no cost to apply. more
Members of the North Arkansas College Basketball team moved 4500 books to the Boone County Library on Tuesday for the annual Spring Book Sale which begins on Thursday, 9 a.m.-Noon (FOL members hours), Noon-5 p.m. (open to public). more
Communities across Arkansas are gearing up as the eagerly anticipated 2024 total solar eclipse approaches. On Monday, April 8, the Natural State will play host to a display of cosmic alignment, drawing spectators from far and wide to witness the sun's temporary disappearance behind the moon. more
Lunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. more
Our community and school mourn the loss of one fine lady, Mrs. Judy Villines, one of our Greenhouse volunteers, passed away Friday, March 29. Judy gave countless hours planting in the greenhouse, sharing her gardening knowledge with all and giving the gift of time to our students. She also volunteered in the Hospitality room during basketball tournaments. Judy’s love for her community and the students of Lead Hill will not be forgotten. more
Many families have likely been touched by addiction, whether through a loved one or a friend. In Harrison, we're fortunate to have four recovery organizations operating with residential homes in our neighborhoods. more
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The Library will be closed on Monday however we will still be having the Eclipse on the Street! “Eclipse on the Street” is coming — april 8—12, Noon—3 p.m. Join us for a fun filled day! We will have vendors, food trucks, games for kids, and we will have the planetarium open. Bring your lawn chairs and spend the afternoon with us watching this spectacular event. more
Greetings from Capps. We trust that everyone had a safe and blessed Easter weekend. Early that morning, Capps Batavia Fire responded to a one car wreck next to the Capps Adventist Church. Thankfully, the driver only appeared to have minor injuries although her vehicle wasn't so lucky. more
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