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The following Red Cross blood drives are scheduled in the area: more
Lynn and Rita Cole, of Harrison, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 20 at the Shiloh Bible Church. more
The Yellville-Summit Class of 1959 held a celebration to commemorate 64 years since graduation. The event was held at the home of Jeff and Diane Weaver at Eros. more
Lynzy Simon, of Harrison, represented Boone County in the Arklahoma State Competition and was crowned Saturday, Aug. 5, in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. She also won the Teen Miss categories of interview, fun fashion, formalwear, and photogenic. more
Bellah Alesa Burns, a 10 year old from Harrison, brought home the national title of Princess of America Junior Superstar. The National Princess of America Pageant was held July 23 through 29 in Branson, Missouri. Girls from all over the country competed for the national crown. Required categories of competition included Interview, Personal On Stage Introduction, Formal Wear and On Stage Question for those ages 7 and older. Participants also had the opportunity to enter the optional categories of Talent, Spokesmodel, State Costume, Casual Wear, Photogenic, Crown Cover Model, Top Model, Triple Threat, Active Wear, and “Pink Carpet Couture” more
Greetings from Capps. By the time of this article going to print, we've likely survived last Wednesday night's severe weather and received several inches of rain in Capps. The cooler weather has been a refreshing change after June and July's hot weather. Our new goat kid continues to do well at a week old and has bonded with Kal-El, our Akbash cross livestock guardian dog. (Not sure who loves who more) Our cows are returning from being bred in Huntsville also so busy week at the farm. Capps Batavia Fire Captain, Tim Hunter, was recently honored with the Jack Williams Award for first responders, presented by the American Legion. He goes above and beyond for the department and community. (And also raises some fine cattle) Kudos Tim! Capps Full Gospel Church will host Dean and Peggy Caldwell in Revival services this Sunday at 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. and Monday and Tuesday nights at 7 p.m. There's something very special going on in Capps but you just have to come and experience it for yourself. Blessings, Doug more
The Harrison Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee held met at City Hall Tuesday, Aug. 8. The committee reflected on a busy summer, packed with swim meets and sports tournaments and looked ahead to hosting even more athletes and youth in the months ahead. more
As the school year approaches, shoebox packers ​are making use of back-to-school prices to purchase gifts and essential items for children in need around the world. Residents in Harrison​​ are collecting school supplies, along with personal care items and fun toys, to pack in shoeboxes. Operation Christmas Child, a project of Samaritan’s Purse, will deliver these gift-filled shoeboxes to children in more than 100 countries. more
Lunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. more
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The following blood drives are scheduled in the area: Tuesday, Aug. 15—10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church, located at 1100 West Bower in Harrison. Monday, Aug. … more
South Lead Hill Craft Fair this morning from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Community Center, located at Highway 7 and Main Street South Lead Hill. more
The Library will be closed for training this Wednesday, Aug. 9. Sorry for any inconvenience. more
Greetings from Capps. My apologies for missing last week as I was driving a U-Haul to North Carolina for my wife's sister. I learned that Tennessee is a very, very long state to drive all the way across, but it was the only one to cross after leaving Arkansas. It was also hot there and much more humid but I did get to the beach at Surf City. Upon returning, we were blessed with an inch of rain in Capps Sunday night and early Monday morning. I'm extremely grateful for the tree trimmers coming a few weeks ago because the midnight squall Sunday night was the strongest wind I've ever seen since moving here 5 years ago. Thankfully, it only lasted about half an hour as the front blew through and no damage. Capps Batavia Fire responded to a brush fire off Estes Road on Tuesday afternoon. There was a skid steer stuck in the burn pit but the homeowners had been able to keep it from catching fire until we got there and then got it unstuck once the fire was out. Our new recruits continue to train with us and do well. The Homesteaders Swap Meet will be held today (Saturday) from 9 .a.m to noon at the Capps Mini Storage on Old Capps Road just off Highway 392 West. The weather is supposed to be cooler this weekend also, which will be a relief. I learned last Sunday night that the old fellowship hall at Capps Full Gospel Church will come down sometime this fall and a new, 80 by 100 foot building will be constructed. Until next week, try to stay cool and hydrated. Blessings, Doug. more
Sue Lowe took a nasty fall, breaking her arm and bruising herself up pretty badly. I called her this morning, and she is resting and trying to heal. more
A vehicle with an empty gas tank is not likely to go anywhere. The same holds true for hope. When there is no hope, the likelihood of moving forward is slim to none. more
Arvest bank, along with Yelcot, will host the 27th Annual Charity Golf Tournament beginning at 8:30 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 26, at the Big Creek Golf and Country Club in Mountain Home. more
The Harrison area had some pretty big storms last week. Many branches littered the streets once they passed. Businesses reported damage to outdoor signs and some residents are missing a few shingles. The high winds and torrential downpours wound up bringing down both of the large flags outside of Camp Jack. Just as arrangements were being made to rent a lift to reach the damaged area, Entergy senior lineman Erik Whitehurst was driving by and noticed they were down. He called in boom truck and had them repaired in no time. They did this completely on their own out of respect to veterans expecting nothing in return. The lift rental would have been quite expensive on the organization that helps veterans when they need it most. more
The TallGrass Bar and Grill is going through a few changes. Not to worry, they will still have that amazing coffee! more
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