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Today I woke up and it’s Sunday, Feb. 12, 2023. I’m alive, I’m Blessed and I am grateful, thank you God for the gift of life and every single blessing to me and my family. more
The Grubb Springs Cemetery Association is accepting membership due of $25 for each person or couple through Friday, March 31. To be a voting member at the Grubb Springs Cemetery Association annual meeting, dues must be paid by the Friday, March 31, due date. more
The Boone County Cattlemen’s Association met Thursday, Feb. 9, at North Arkansas College. The meeting was sponsored by Bank of 1889. Gwen Hoffmann, HR and Marketing, and Sawyer Deakins, Loan Officer, were on hand to visit with members of BCCA. more
Local students graduating include: more
Once again, the Arkansas Wildlife Federation (AWF) and Creative Ideas have come together to promote wildlife education through the arts in the annual Wildlife of Arkansas Student Art Contest. For the 2023 contest, students from kindergarten through 12th grade will submit artwork online through a portal on the AWF website, www.arwild.org. more
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Missouri State University awarded 1,538 degrees to students in fall 2022, including local students Julie Jasper and Gayla Sparks. more
The Cherokee of Arkansas and Missouri (CAM) Tribe, Ozark Branch (District #8) will hold the next scheduled meeting at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 4 at the Arise Church, located at 1601 East Main Street in Mountain View. more
Over 1,400 high school students from 54 high schools around the state attended the Arkansas Thespian Festival this past weekend at The Center for The Arts and Russellville High School in Russellville, Arkansas. For over 40 years Arkansas Thespians has hosted a festival focused on teaching acting and technical theatre to high school students throughout the state.The event offered over 275 workshops with 54 guest artists over the three day festival. Workshops included topics covering acting, dancing, stage combat, set design, and directing. Several theatre professionals from around the country offered workshops on auditioning and getting into the theatre and film business. more
The Searcy County Historical Society will meet at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 24 at the First Christian Church in Marshall to hear Dr. Brooks Blevins talk about part of his latest book. more
The Friends of the Library Boone County will host a Valentine’s Day bake sale from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 14, at the library. All proceeds go to support the Boone County Library. Come … more
Greetings from Sayre, Oklahoma, huh? As of this writing, we were working our way back home from Albuquerque, New Mexico, where we visited my mother briefly. Prior to that, we were in Denver, Colorado, where I performed my son's wedding ceremony last Sunday. Needless to say, 2500 miles and a week later, we're bushed. There was plenty of action while we were gone starting with a structure fire between Capps and Batavia that the department responded to last Thursday night. I heard the blow by blow from my motel room in Salina, Kansas, thanks to our new app. Some of the crew didn't make it home until well after midnight. There also a couple vehicle accident calls in Capps and on Highway 65. We heard from our farmsitter friends that the heavens opened frequently, adding to our mud totals. Hopefully we won't return to farm animals floating down the ravine. Remember to let that special someone know how much you love them this Valentines Day. Blessings, Doug more
Steve Smith taught the adult Sunday School class last Sunday morning at Restoration Life. He did a great job teaching and sharing his story of deliverance. My sisters, Janice Harris and Lee Hankins, had lunch together at one of the Mexican restaurants in town one day this week. We very seldom get to spend much time together so that was a real treat. Our brother, Lynn “Bud” Smith had to spend a few days in the hospital due to some hart issues and water on his lungs. He has been able to come home but still has to have treatment for the water issue. more
One hundred seven year old Lona Moore was released from Mount Vista Rehab Center where she underwent rehabilitation since December. A party was held for her Friday afternoon to celebrate her release … more
Blind Date with a Book – Stop by the library in February and pick up a wrapped book to take home and enjoy! more
Come on down to the Lyric for a rockin treat at 7 p.m Friday, Feb. 17, for the music of the man whom the Los Angeles Daily News called “the best Blues guitarist from any country in … more
Harrison Mayor Jerry Jackson has proclaimed February as Career and Technical Education (CTE) month in Harrison on the heels of a state-wide declaration by Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders. more
Friday, Jan. 27, Tamara Allen, Boone County Family and Consumer Science agent, opened the meeting of the Extension Homemakers County Council (EHCC) at 10 a.m. She demonstrated using an Instapot and … more
The Batavia Ladies Friendship met Monday, Feb. 6, at the Batavia First Baptist Church. There were 16 ladies present. The group was happy to have Barbara Hicks in attendence to visit. more
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