Category Archives: Local News

10 complete CNA program at ASUMH

Arkansas State University-Mountain Home (ASUMH) has announced ten graduates of the certified nursing assistant (CNA) program. The graduates are Wendy Bryan, McKensi Hughes, Sydney Lawhorn, MaKenzie Pennington, Angel Uchtman, Shauna Bolding, Brittany Henrich, Heather Shaw, Elizabeth Hendley

Week in Review 8-12 to 8-18

Races form on final day of filing A second council race developed in Mountain Home Friday morning in the final hours prior to the closing of the filing period for nonpartisan municipal-level filings. Calvin “Clint” Czeschin filed

OCC – Twin Lakes Civitan Club

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities, 31.3 percent of adults in Arkansas have some type of disability, higher than the national average of 22.5 percent.

Week in Review 8-5 to 8-11

One killed, three hurt in Lake Norfork boating accident A Missouri woman is dead and three other Missouri residents were injured in a boating accident on Lake Norfork last Sunday afternoon. The victim was identified as 71-year-old

AR fugitive captured in Ozark County

An Arkansas fugitive has been captured in Ozark County, following a search involving officers from the Baxter County Sheriff’s Office, Arkansas Department of Correction and the Ozark County Sheriff’s Department’s community corrections special response team. In a

Drug sales cost Flippin woman

Belinda Drexler of Flippin pled guilty to selling methamphetamine and was given 10 years probation during a session of Baxter County Circuit Court Thursday. The 47-year-old Drexler had been caught selling methamphetamine to confidential informants working with

Week in Review 7-29 to 8-4

Former Bull Shoals recorder/treasurer charged with theft of property The former recorder/treasurer for the City of Bull Shoals, 48-year-old Kimberly Williams of Bull Shoals, has been arrested and charged with a felony count of theft of property.

Flippin School Board deals with numerous personnel matters

The Flippin School Board held its regular July meeting Monday night, approving multiple personnel changes according to superintendent Kelvin Hudson. Listen:   right-click to download mp3 The board also dealt with several routine items. Listen: