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Greetings from Capps. It's officially Spring although many of us broke out the shorts weeks ago. Hard to believe that next Sunday is Easter already, it's early this year as it doesn't always coincide with the Passover date, which is later in April. more
Morna Stone and Jeanine Wilson returned home last week from a bus tour they had taken through the Southern states. That seems to be a vacation seniors enjoy taking. Maybe some day when my husband decides to retire from FedEx we can do something like that. more
Eclipse on the Street more
The 41st Annual Fiddler's Convention is ongoing today at North Arkansas College South Campus 1515 Pioneer Drive. Registration takes place in the Little Theater at 9 a.m. 10 a.m., Fiddlers Stage; 1 p.mm W Garrett, Dillion Massengale are hoping to stop by; 2:30 p.m. Awards & Acknowledgements; 3:30-4:30 p.m. All Girls Band; 5-6 p.m. Lasting Impressions; 6-7 p.m. Jimstone Fiddlers; 7-8 p.m. ArkyLogical Fiddle Band. Email; arkansasfiddlersconvention@yahoo.com, Facebook; Harrison Arkansas Fiddle Convention. more
Lunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. more
A contingent of US Army Reserve officers and staff were in Harrison Tuesday, March 19, planning for an Innovative Readiness Training (IRT) mission officially named Ozark Wellness. This medical mission to be carried out at the Jasper School and Kingston School campuses will provide training opportunities to Army Reserve medical units while providing incidental benefits to local residents via no-cost healthcare. more
Foundation Tables, a local non-profit group committed to helping neighbors in need, is hosting a Wash Wellness Day on Sunday, March 31, 3—8 p.m. The event will take place at Wash World on the by-pass in Harrison — 400 S Hwy 62/65. more
LITTLE ROCK — Benjamin S. of Russellville won a $25,000 prize in the March 6 LOTTO drawing. He claimed his prize at the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery Claim Center on March 15. more
Jerree Winn has spent most of her life in the cosmetology world. Now, with over four decades of experience, she has announced her retirement. Winn's journey began at 15 when she first started cosmetology school. She pursued her training off and on, eventually graduating from Lyle‘s School of Cosmetology in Fresno, Calif. in 1981. more
The Harrison Colony Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution has announced the Chapter winner of the Seventh Grade American History Essay Contest. Lucas Crow of Omaha Middle School is the winner. Lucas is the son of Jennifer and Matt Crow. more
Mark Gabriel Boquirin more
Beta Upsilon met March 5 at the North Arkansas College. more
Well it is the beginning of stuff starting up for spring, the flowers are coming up and blooming and the bradford pear trees are the most beautiful this year. We went down and had family pictures done for my birthday and I had a balloon with a candle that got loose on March 2nd and the last I seen it was heading toward to Inon Bridge. If you see it I like to know how far it got. more
Greetings from Capps. Spring is in full swing with temperatures in the 80s again last week. My son told me they were expecting a foot of snow in Denver, I don't miss that but wouldn't mind some more rain, as we only got about .8 of an inch last week. more
They say we all have a little Irish in us on St Patrick's Day. Enjoy. more
Lunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. more
The Batavia Friendship Club met at Batavia Baptist Church Fellowship Hall on March 4 at Noon. There were 17 ladies present. We began our meeting with prayer and Pledge of Allegiance followed by a pot luck luncheon and great fellowship. more
An iconic home located in the heart of Harrison has been dismantled this week. The house at 1402 Speer Drive was built in 1874. It has been standing tall in a clearing surrounded by virgin timber for generations — a quiet reminder of years gone by, as the town has gone through much growth and many changes around it. more
EHC County Council Report County Council president Faye Carter opened the Extension Homemakers County Council meeting at 2:00 PM on February 29, 2024. more
Members of the Grubb Springs Extension Homemakers Club met Thursday, February 15, 2024, at 11:00 AM to make prayer pockets to be taken to Three Wishes for Ruby’s Residents. President Dorothy Dinnean opened the regular monthly meeting at 12:30 PM. Roll call was answered by members naming “the most romantic gift I ever received.” Roses topped the list. more
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