Log in
251 results total, viewing 181 - 200
Check out the Diamond City/Lead Hill Rescue Squad Thrift Shop on Main Street in Lead Hill. There are lots of newly donated items to choose from. Open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to around 1 p.m. Donations are welcome. Please do not leave items out in rainy weather. more
I was saddened to hear that Mary Evelyn Middleton passed away one day this week. A year or so ago, Lee Hankins and I went over to the Log Hall area where Mary lived and visited with her. She had a lot of ancestor information she had gleaned from various documents. From her documentation we learned that our group of Smith’s were closely related to Mary’s Flud ancestors. Last week-end Carl and I were working in the woods and I got a whole load of ticks on me. The best thing I have found to ease the itch after pulling a tick off is calamine lotion. But even with that I have a tendency to want to scratch!  Carl doesn’t seem to get as many bites. He thinks that is because he takes a garlic tablet every day. more
The Swap Meet is today, July 15, at the Oak Grove School. Proceeds go to help raise money to fix up the school house, so we can start having parties and events. Everyone is invited to come and bring your stuff. The parking lot is pavement, no rocks, it is a great place to set up. Bring a food truck. more
We have a new Facebook page!~ Boone County Library is the name. Look for our smiling faces! more
Gianna Reding, of Omaha, was named to the spring 2023 Dean's List at the University of Dallas for earning a semester GPA of 3.5 or higher. Reding is a Junior Theology major. more
A free Back to School Bash will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 5, at Minnie Harris Park. more
Addie Jones will be touring the town in the Gobsmobile and reading “Lifesize” by Sophy Henn, at four locations Tuesday, July 18. Join Addie at one of these locations for a book-reading, animal-related activities, crafts, games and giveaways: more
A free Back to School Bash will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 5, at Minnie Harris Park. more
Greetings from Capps. A few cool days at the start of the week were a real blessing, especially when there is so much heat and severe weather in most of the rest of the country. I'm still inclined to believe that God has his hand on this area, now we all just need to agree that He will open it up and give us some showers of rain. Be aware of both utility workers and tree trimmers in the Capps area for the next few weeks and slow down on Highway 392. They came up my driveway this morning. The State Patrol is ramping up speed enforcement in late July also so just as well. Our two Mini-Herefords went back to Huntsville to get rebred, hopefully they'll get it this time. One miscarried over the winter. We have a goat due to kid at the end of the month as well. The Homesteaders Swap Meet will be held today (Saturday) from 9 a.m. to noon at the Capps Mini Storage at 4347 Old Capps Road, then the first and third Saturdays of August. The Capps Batavia Fire Department held our monthly board meeting last Monday night to discuss our budget for the coming year. Upgrading equipment, training new recruits and potential facility improvements were discussed. Please pray for one of our men who suffered a detached retina during a violent sneezing bout who needs healing and vision restored. Until next week, blessings, Doug more
Missouri State University awarded 2,953 degrees to students in spring 2023. more
Fanfare often surrounds national signing day for high-school seniors accepting college scholarships to play basketball, football, baseball and softball, but many other high-school athletes will go to college next fall thanks to other sports. In the case of Bergman senior Tripp Siemiller, it was bending a bow and launching an arrow with pinpoint precision that led to his offer from the University of Pikeville in Kentucky to shoot at the collegiate level. more
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is accepting applications for a Game Warden Ride Along. Applications to participate are available at agfc.com/en/game-warden-ride-along/ and must be completed by July 17. more
The Searcy County Historical Society will meet at 7 p.m., Friday, July 28, in Marshall’s First Christian Church. The program will be given by Searcy County Library personnel Tammy Bridwell, library director, and Nancy Hensley, genealogist, about the library’s publications and resources. As more people search for Searcy County history and connections, the library plays an increasingly important role. Under the new director, the genealogical section has become more organized and more easily researchable. more
The Harrison Art League’s Small Works on Paper Art Show is an annual art show. Works are on display at the Boone County Library during the month of July, in the mezzanine area. The show accepts entries from youth and adult artists in any medium produced on paper and under 16 x 20 inches. more
Join us at the Lyric Theater at 4 p.m., Saturday, July 15, for the Theatre Co. of the Ozarks Kidz Workshop Showcase! more
Lunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. more
Neirak Morniana Monen more
Join us at 7 p.m., Friday, July 14 at the Lyric Theater for Carl Acuff, Jr., singing the songs of beloved country music legend Glen Campbell! more
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock announces its spring 2023 graduates. Local students who graduated from UA Little Rock include: more
2023 Summer Reading Program is in full swing. Remember to turn in your Reading Logs. more
« Prev | 1 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 91 days.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.