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Yes, there will be an Ancestor Fair in 2023! The Searcy County Historical Society is preparing to host the 32nd North Arkansas Ancestor Fair Friday and Saturday, June 2 and 3, 2023, in Marshall. … more
The Shiloh Museum of Ozark History's award-winning Native American Days school program will return virtually Nov. 17-18 with presentations by archeologists and members of Native American tribal … more
The community is invited to join the Flippin Middle and High School students and staff honor all veterans and families in the Flippin High School Gymnasium at 8:30am. Doors will open at 8 a.m. with a … more
Another pretty Monday morning and the sky is a bright red and 66 degrees and it was a pretty day to drink your coffee out on the front porch. Lots of change after that 20 degree temperature. We … more
Carl and I went to Silver Dollar City one day this week. The weather was a little cool but still comfortable. As a reminder for the Ramsey clan, Irene Moore is planning a Ramsey reunion Nov. 5, … more
Happy Halloween!!!The Boone County Library will be handing out candy in conjunction with the ‘Boo on the Square’. Please stop by for a treat!Adult Programs for 18 and upAll adult programs … more
Stone Bank announced plans to sponsor a Veterans Appreciation Concert on Thursday, Nov. 10, at The Jack Williams Veterans Resource Center, commonly known as Camp Jack. The Center is located at 411 … more
The Ozark Mountain School District Homecoming will be held Friday, Nov. 4 at the Western Grove campus. The OMSD Bears will play Omaha beginning at 5:30 p.m. with the Junior Boys game, followed by … more
Operation Branded is a program for veterans, first responders and their families in which they partner with wild mustangs to create mutual connection and healing.Branded Equine Based Therapy Services … more
Harrison Women's Connection attendees were welcomed by tables graced with warm fall colors. After the pledge of allegiance, Chair Helen McAlister made announcements of upcoming events. Linda … more
3rd grade all A’s Angelique AguilarGrayson BassKinley BlankenshipGrace BoswellKatie Grace BuckhoutDezarie ComptonIvan CushmanFox denHollanderCharlotte DuckGeorge FancherEvelyn FolksPruitt … more
The Grubb Springs monthly Extension Homemakers Club meeting was held at 1 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20.Meeting opened with Tamara Allen leading the pledge to the American flag. Roll call was answered with … more
Bonnie Evans Richey will celebrate her 95th birthday Thursday, Nov. 3. Cards and birthday wishes can be mailed to: P.O. Box 183Lead Hill, AR 72644 more
The Barnett get together will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29 at the old homestead of Noah and Mary Barnett on Tomahawk Road. A potluck meal, picnic-style drinks and table service … more
The Food Bank of North Central Arkansas has announced a monthly Mobile Food Pantry Distribution to Newton County. The Food Bank’s mobile food pantry will be held Monday, Oct. 31. The Mobile … more
Matthew N. Bareno, a sophomore from Harrison studying biological data sciences, has been named to the Oregon State University Scholastic Honor Roll for summer 2022. more
Saturday, Oct. 29—Boone County Sheriffs Office hosts Trunk or Treat at the Sheriffs office from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31—Bear Creek Baptist Church will host Trunk or Treat from 6 to … more
The Green Forest High School Student Council cordially invites the community to their annual Veterans Day Assembly in the Grim Gym at 10 a.m., Friday, Nov. 11. The assembly will include a special … more
North Arkansas College has been awarded $12K from the Gene Haas Foundation to support scholarships and student competition teams in the field of manufacturing. Currently enrolled North Arkansas … more
The Boone County Cattlemen’s Association met on Thursday, Oct. 13, at North Arkansas College. This meeting was sponsored by Quality Feed. BCCA President Scott Kernodle brought the meeting to … more
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