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Greetings from Capps. I sincerely apologize for my lack of communication last week. Life happened and I quickly had too much week in my week. I'll try to get you up to speed on the latest. more
Carl and I attended the visitation services for Sherman Villines on Thursday evening. There was a very long line of people waiting to get in to visit with the family. People from many communities knew the Villines and Goodall families. It was a very large crowd. more
The outside of the library will soon get a new coat of paint. Currently they are washing/bleaching the outside, so please be careful. We will have areas blocked off – Please use caution when entering and exiting the library. more
Foundation Tables, a local non-profit group committed to helping neighbors in need, is hosting a Wash Wellness Day on Sunday, April 28, 3—7 p.m. The event will take place at Wash World on the by-pass in Harrison — 400 S Hwy 62/65. more
Boy Scouts of America, Ozark District held their annual awards program on April 11th, at Elks Lodge #2311 in Harrison. District 4 State Representative-Elect and Eagle Scout Jason Nazarenko keynoted the evening's program, recognizing the best of the best adult Scout leaders. CONTRIBUTED PHOTOS more
Major General Jonathan M. Stubbs, Adjutant General for the Arkansas National Guard, was the featured speaker Friday morning to the Junior and Seniors at Harrison High School. Students gathered in the Performing Arts Center to see Gen. Stubbs share his bio, information about the National Guard, life choices, and character development.  more
Eighteen recruits became Arkansas State Troopers tonight during a graduation ceremony in the rotunda of the State Capitol. more
Andrea Miller’s family moved to Harrison from the Tulsa area about 5 years ago. “We fell in love with this little town and have a dream of opening up a coffeehouse where we can share our love of baking and coffee and love on people at the same time,” she shared. more
Lunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. more
The Twentieth Century Club met April 4, 2024, at the First United Methodist Church with Dana Snawder, Georgia McGill and Gwen Gresham serving as hostesses. President Mary Speice called the meeting to order and Vice President Vicki Hinrichs led the group in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. more
March 29 is the date set aside annually to honor Vietnam Veterans. This year the Arkansas Society and the Harrison Colony Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, partnered with the Jordan Milam Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution, to honor their chapter members who were veterans of the Vietnam War and to properly welcome them home. more
Earth Day — April 22 “The environment is where we all meet; where all have a mutual interest; it is the one thing all of us share.” —Lady Bird Johnson more
Today, the Diamond City Volunteer Fire Department’s Annual Yard-Sale Fundraiser is ongoing till 4 p.m. at the Station. You don’t want to miss it! more
Happy Taco Tuesday, well April 15 is tax day hope everyone got theirs done yesterday. It was pretty but today looks like rain. more
Nobel Peace Prize winner in philosophy Albert Schweitzer once wrote, “I don’t know what your destiny will be, but the one thing I do know: the only ones among you who will be really happy are those who have sought and found how to serve.” This particular brand of community dedication is remarkable, and few resemble the sentiment such as Senior Corporal Justin Ricketts of the Arkansas State Police Department. more
Special Olympics Arkansas Area 2 held their Spring Track and Field event at F.S. Garrison Stadium in Harrison on Friday, April 12. The events kicked off with a torch run featuring officers of the Harrison Police Department and Boone County Sherriff's Office at 8:30 a.m. The torch run began at the  Harrison City Hall and ended at the F.S. Garrison Stadium. more
The Oxford Handbook of Agricultural History, edited by Jeannie Whayne of the U of A Department of History, was recently published. Whayne says that agricultural history has enjoyed a rebirth in recent years, in part because of the way the agricultural enterprise promotes economic and cultural connections in an era that has become ever more globally focused. more
BRANSON — Quilts of Valor of the Ozarks (QOVO) held their first veteran quilt award ceremony on April 10, 2024 at the Branson Area Christian Women’s Connection luncheon. Mr. Richard Collins was honored for his service with the presentation of a Quilt of Valor by six members of the QOVO Chapter, from Kimberling City, MO. more
Arvest Bank and Shred-it are excited to hold a free paper shredding event. Bring up to five boxes of your personal and financial documents to be shredded and recycled. Shredding will be available from 9:00 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday, April 20 at 401 North Walnut Street. more
Landon Curtis grew up in this area, graduating from Valley Springs High School before finishing his education at Missouri State University. His wife, Allie, is also a Harrison native, and Curtis says they’re thankful to be raising their two boys in this community. One of his favorite quotes from the couple’s oldest son is, “Daddy cooks, Mommy cleans.” Curtis works for Anstaff Bank and serves on the board of the Buffalo National River Partners. more
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