Category Archives: Local News

Week in Review 9-30 to 10-6

USPS Informed Delivery allows customers to preview their mail The United States Postal Service (USPS) is among many organizations utilizing new technology to provide a more secure service to its customers, specifically with a service known as

AR property taxes due Oct. 15

The deadline to pay property taxes in Arkansas is soon approaching. Baxter County Collector Teresa Smith says those who still need to pay must do so by Oct. 15th. Listen: http://dehayf5mhw1h7.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/sites/683/2018/10/04191607/Wireready_10-04-2018-19-16-04_04855_90159.mp3   right-click to download mp3 Though

Flippin School Board approves pay raises

The Flippin School Board met Monday evening for its regular September meeting. Superintendent Kelvin Hudson says five percent pay raises were approved for staff as the board dealt with other mostly routine items. Listen: http://dehayf5mhw1h7.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/sites/683/2018/09/25100804/Wireready_09-25-2018-10-08-01_04598_97036.mp3   right-click

Bridge Bash raises 448,000 meals

Arkansas State University-Mountain Home was the site for the eighth annual Bridge Bash benefiting the Food Bank of North Central Arkansas. Saturday’s fundraising event at the Vada Sheid Community Development Center provided 448,000 meals to the Food

1 injured in motorcycle wreck

A Stone County man, 48-year-old Christopher Smith of Mountain View, was taken to Baxter Regional Medical Center late Wednesday afternoon following a motorcycle accident on Push Mountain Road.According to the Baxter County Sheriff’s Office report, Smith was

Week in Review 9-9 to 9-15

Barefoot woman tells cop she gave her flip-flops to Jesus A Little Rock woman, 30-year-old Carri Lee Sisk, has been arrested and charged with criminal trespassing for refusing to leave a Midway convenience store. According to the

Week in Review 9-2 to 9-8

Victims of double murder identified The victims of a Marion County double homicide last Saturday have been identified as 59-year-old David White and 89-year-old William Henry White, both of Yellville, according to Sheriff Clinton Evans. The two