BRANSON, Mo. (AP) A 150-foot tall Ferris wheel from Chicago's Navy Pier has started operating in the Missouri tourist destination of Branson. The Springfield News-Leader reports that ...Read More
Marion County jurors do not need to report for duty next week, according to Marion County Clerk Dee Carlton.
The next day to report is July 7.
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Mountain Home students and members of the GAPP, or, German American Partnership Program return home next week. Jackson Steiner of Mountain Home sent an e-mail ...Read More
The Red White and Blue Festival events for Friday, June 24. 4:00 - 9:00 p.m. Kids Zone- All Kids Zone Activities Are Free! 4:00 p.m.- Vendors. 5:30 p.m. Parade- Downtown Square - Hosted by The Mountain Home Chamber of Commerce. 5:00 ...Read More
A recent sporting event resulted in a big donation for Arkansas State University-Mountain Home. The Mountain Home Charity Golf Classic was held June 11th and 12th at Big Creek Golf and Country Club, and it ended ...Read More
Eddie Lee Vanscoy, III of Mountain Home, who currently faces a string of charges in two cases involved inappropriate sexual contact with minor children, will apparently face a third such charge ...Read More
David Turner Gengler, now charged with kidnapping and five counts of first-degree battery, made an appearance in Baxter County Court Thursday, and 14th Judicial District Prosecuting Attorney David Ethredge announced ...Read More
A seven-year-old child was transported to a Springfield hospital after a near drowning on the North Fork of the White River. According to a report from the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Logan Williams of Gainesville ...Read More
The city of Cotter was recognized last week by the Arkansas Municipal League. During the league's 82nd convention in Little Rock, the local city was honored with the Four Star Municipality ...Read More
A stabbing incident on the North Fork of the White River is being investigated by the Ozark County Sheriff's Department. According to the Ozark County Times, the incident occurred around 6:00 Monday evening between ...Read More
Voters in state house district 99 will have the opportunity to vote for Jack Fortner twice on November 8. A Yellville Republican running unopposed in the general ...Read More
The superintendent of the Deer/Mt. Judea School District in Newton County was suspended with pay Monday. An interim superintendent was hired while the district looks for a ...Read More
Jacob Eakes of Mountain Home entered a guilty plea on the charge of robbery in Marion County Circuit Court Wednesday. The 23-year-old Eakes is one of two men charged in the robbery of Hilltop ...Read More
The 17th annual, week long, Red, White and Blue Festival kicks off Thursday night at 7 with a performance from Brooke Eden, in Concert with Levi Hummon and Levon Ed Coulter, in the Performing ...Read More
Sales tax numbers for Baxter County and the City of Mountain Home are up for the year, but the recently released number for the county and city in June, which covers spending in April, are down. ...Read More
Two years ago a local woman and her family began a grassroots organization to stop distracted driving in response to a tragic accident caused by cell phone use that left her teenage nephew a quadriplegic. Today FADD, ...Read More
The Cotter City Hall will meet in regular session Thursday night at six in the cities council chamebrs. Items on the agenda include approval of city council ...Read More
The city of Bull Shoals Parks and Recreation Committee will meet Thursday evening at 6 at Bull Shoals City Hall Council Chambers. The meeting was changed from June 20. Meeting agendas will be available at the door. ...Read More
The Briarcliff Planning and Zoning Commission will meet Friday afternoon at 1 at the Briarcliff Clubhouse. On the agenda includes two applications for mobile homes to be brought into the city. The meeting is open to the ...Read More
The city of Mountain Home is seeking the public's assistance with tracking the loss of water. The Water and Sewer Department has been dealing with an issue of leaks in the city's water lines, and they are asking ...Read More
An Oakland man was pronounced dead Monday morning at the scene of a single vehicle accident in Searcy County. According to the Arkansas State Police, 37-year-old David Moore died when the van he was driving ran off the right side of the road and struck a tree. The accident happened on Arkansas 14, west of Harriet in Searcy County.