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The Harrison AARP Tax Aide program will begin preparing taxes Tuesday, Jan. 31. Income tax information can be dropped off at Camp Jack in Harrison between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. The preparers will contact clients when the tax return is ready to sign and complete. more
D.L. Kreager brought a gift to the Boone County Library Children’s Department Thursday, Jan. 19. The author brought her first publication to read to the children. She also donated a copy of the book, titled “Rylan the Happy Kangaroo” to the library. more
Greetings from Capps. We had fall, spring and now winter returning all in the same week last week, very confusing. It looks like we had around 14 inches of snow at our place just outside Capps. There were a few accidents on Tuesday night, one of which closed Highway 392 for several hours. Traffic was rerouted onto Old Capps Road during that time. Thanks to all the road crews and first responders who had a busy night. As of this morning, (Wednesday) our power is still out. We lost power on Creel Road about 9:30 p.m. Tuesday during the storm. Thankfully, we have gas and wood heat so candles and early bedtime for us. Neighbor Ken Clements is coming to clear our driveway so we'll have access to the main road soon. Our Dexter/Mini-Hereford cross, Gracie, lost her calf last week at about 4 months. We were pretty bummed out but God must have a reason. Not sure if we'll rebreed her before summer or not. We visited our friend, Russell Faddis at Mount Vista last Saturday. He was pretty torn up about the passing of his younger sister, Wanda, that morning. She was the last of his living siblings and a longtime resident of Capps. Until next time, blessings, Doug more
Dr. Kenneth Barnes, history professor at UCA, will give the program at the January Searcy County Historical Society meeting on Friday, Jan. 27, at Marshall’s First Christian Church. His topic … more
Over 60 years ago Bertha Kyle used scraps of material to make a quilt top that would eventually be passed down to her children, and then eventually to her great-great- grandchildren. The Wednesday Quilting Fellowship more
Each semester, students at Missouri State University who attain academic excellence are named to the dean's list. more
Southern Arkansas University has announced that 581 students earned a 3.5 GPA or higher for the fall 2022 semester and have been named to its Dean's List. more
Williams Baptist University has released the names of students on the President’s and Dean’s Lists for the 2022 fall semester. The President’s List includes those full-time students who achieved a perfect 4.0 grade point average, while the Dean’s List consists of those with at least a 3.5 GPA. more
Eligible single parents are invited to apply for Summer 2023 scholarships at aspsf.org/applynow. The deadline to apply is March 15. more
The Lead Hill Fire Department’s annual meeting takes place Saturday, Jan. 28, at the station. Potluck and Pie Auction starts at 3p.m. We would appreciate any door prize donations. Question? Call or text Sammie O’Brien at 870-715-5676. more
The Arkansas Department of Health is issuing a fish consumption advisory for walleye on Bull Shoals Lake in Marion, Baxter, and Boone counties and Norfork Lake in Baxter and Fulton counties. This advisory comes after some walleye from both waterbodies, collected by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission and tested by the Arkansas Division of Environmental Quality, were found to contain levels of mercury that have the potential to put human health at risk. The ADH has scheduled a Feb. 7 meeting at the Donald W. Reynolds Library in Mountain Home beginning at 5 p.m. to answer public questions on this advisory. Personnel with AGFC and ADEQ will be in attendance as well to answer questions related to their roles in the process. more
Jessica Louise and Isaiah Wilson Cash announce the birth of a daughter. more
The Twentieth Century Club met Thursday, Jan. 5, at the First United Methodist Church with Jane Adair, Sherry Bishop, and Glenda Curtis serving as hostesses. more
A new master’s degree program at Arkansas State University offers a “hands-on” experience with top faculty, providing graduates with cutting-edge knowledge that is in high demand in today’s business environment. more
More than 400 students received diplomas and were recognized as Harding University graduates for fall 2022. Local students earned the following degrees: more
Jessica Louise and Isaiah Wilson Cash announce the birth of a daughter. Alison Beck Cash was born Tuesday, Jan. 3, at North Arkansas Regional Medical Center. Dr. Halsted was the attending physician. … more
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