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“Northark Cares” as the mantra as over 50 members of the North Arkansas College faculty and staff spread out across Harrison and the surrounding area to help 8 different charitable … more
The theme for October’s Green Forest’s Kids with Character awards is Optimism. Awards were received by students for optimistic behavior. more
Lucero Franco is determined to learn English. It is something the Mexico native has been interested in since she came to the United States. “I was thinking about this new language for me,” she … more
The Office for Education Policy at the University of Arkansas has recognized Valley Springs Schools for the growth demonstrated on the ACT Aspire. The OEP creates a yearly report to identify schools … more
The students at Valley Springs participated in the Holiday Cards 4 Our Military Challenge, or HCMC to send as many holiday cards and letters to active military service members. Arkansas is the second … more
The Boone County Senior Center hosted a luncheon for veterans Wednesday, Nov. 10. to show appreciation for the sacrifices made while serving their country. Harrison Mayor Jerry Jackson addressed … more
The theme for August and September Green Forest’s Kids with Character awards was Respect. Awards were received by students for respectful behavior. more
Phi Beta Lambda members attending North Arkansas College are known for their community service projects. The group decided on the Good Samaritan Christmas Shoe Box program for this year. The … more
The Searcy County Extension office visits the St. Joe students on Wednesdays to build robots using Legos. more
Bergman High School will be celebrating Homecoming, Friday, Nov. 12, at the Panther Palace. Bergman will be hosting Jasper with games beginning at 5 p.m. more
The Berryville High School Theatre Department announces the rescheduling of its production of Kate Hamill’s adaptation of “Sense and Sensibility” which was originally planned to be presented to … more
The Valley Springs Jr. High Homecoming Court will be presented at the Homecoming Assembly Friday, Nov. 12 at 9 a.m. The Jr. High Queen Crowning will take place at 5 p.m. before the junior boy’s … more
The Be Pro Be Proud mobile unit visited the St. Joe School Wednesday, Nov. 3. Students are able to experience hands-on training with skilled professionals from the area. more
3rd Grade all A’s Orren Andrews Annabelle Barger Katelyn Benton Ella Black AdaLynn Bourquin Lola Burrus Triton Cassidy Maximilian Chitsey Anna Claire Coker Trip … more
All A’s 3rd Grade Andrew Brantner Liliana Browning Addison Denzlinger Olivia Duffy Chevelle Forrester CJ Knighton Sarah Lane Sophia Layton Connor McGlothlin Rylan … more
All veterans or active military members welcome more
The Lead Hill Homecoming will be held Friday, Nov. 5, at 5 p.m. Alumni that graduated in years ending in “2” will meet in a designated alumni room. To reserve two free gate tickets, call … more
The mission of the Arkansas Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission, a division of the Arkansas Department of Education, is to promote and preserve the life and legacy of Dr. King in our state; and to … more
UAM Nursing Continues Growth, rising to meet health care challenges more
Time Out for Tech, the annual visit day that provides high school seniors with a preview of learning and living at Arkansas Tech University, is scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 4. "We are thrilled to … more
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