October 21, 2014
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Local news stories
    Work is underway on a number of Gassville streets and motorists are advised to use caution and reduce speed in those areas. The work began Monday and will continue until it is completed.     Workers are ...Read More
    A Mountain Home man who lost control of his vehicle on State Highway 178 near Fulbright Lane was injured in a wreck about 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Fifty-six year old Jeffery Milford was transported by ambulance to Baxter ...Read More
     The third in a series of political forums featuring candidates running for district, county and city offices will be aired on KTLO-FM Monday morning at 9:15. Our two guests Monday are the candidates seeking the post of ...Read More
    Monday marks the start of early voting for the November 4 general election in Arkansas and residents in Baxter County will have two locations where they can vote. Early voting can be done on weekdays and Saturdays at the ...Read More
    A public influenza vaccination clinic scheduled for October 31st in Mountain Home has been postponed due to a delay in getting doses of the vaccine, according to the Baxter County Health Unit.     Lou Ann ...Read More
     The Mountain Home Advertising and Promotion Commission approved funds for two sporting events which are expected to draw hundreds of people to the city during its recent regular meeting, although, in both cases, the ...Read More
     Monday marks the beginning of National Businesswomen's Week, an event that has been celebrated by the Mountain Home Business and Professional Women's group for over 90 years according to Lucinda Blair, a local BPW member, ...Read More
     Arkansas State University- Mountain Home's Performing Arts Series will feature a recital by pianist Tatiana Roitman Mann and violinist Tien-Hsin Cindy Wu on Tuesday. The concert will begin at 7 p.m. in the Ed Coulter ...Read More
     The public is invited to a "Meet the Candidates Night" Tuesday evening at 6 at the Hoevel-Barnett VFW Post 1341 hall at 1206 Central Boulevard in Bull Shoals.   All Bull Shoals and Marion County candidates ...Read More
    The Norfork School Board will meet in regular session Monday night at 6 p.m.     Items on the agenda are the review and action on a resolution identifying employees with 5 percent or more salary ...Read More
     The Marion County Election Commission will meet Tuesday, October 21, at 1 p.m. at the Marion County Courthouse. The purpose of the meeting is to review the poll workers and prepare supplies for the November 4th General ...Read More
     The Bull Shoals City Council will meet in workshop session Monday evening at 6 in Bull Shoals City Hall. The only item on the agenda is waste water plant repairs. WebReadyTM Powered by WireReady® NSI ...Read More
     Yellville-Summit Elementary School students welcomed Green Leaf, Sugar Lolly and Tree of Panther Pride, Sugar Blossom and Buzzal Gum to their playground on Thursday. Those are the names chosen by the children to identify ...Read More
     There were six new business licenses issued in September by the city of Mountain Home, according to city officials.      Licenses were issued to the Platinum cigar broker, a home-based tobacco ...Read More
     The recipients of the Dr. Robert L. Kerr Annual Medical Student Scholarships were awarded recently in a ceremony held in Little Rock.   Eighteen medical students from the Baxter Regional Medical Center ...Read More
     The Alash Ensemble, master throat singers from Tuva, a tiny republic in Serbia, will return to Ozarka College in Mountain View for a performance at 7 p.m. October 23.      Tickets are $15 in ...Read More
    Bids for the resurfacing of portions of two county roads in Fulton County were approved by the Arkansas Sate Highway and Transportation Commission.     The bids are for resurfacing 2.8 miles of County ...Read More
    Ozarka College in Melbourne will host a Health, Safety and Wellness fair on Thursday, October 23rd. The free event will feature more than 40 vendors and is open to the public. The fair will take place at the John E. Miller ...Read More
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