Category Archives: Local News

Sex offender relocates

The Baxter County Sheriff’s Office is notifying the public a Level 3 sex offender who is at high risk to reoffend has moved out of the Mountain Home city limits and has registered with the Sheriff’s Office.

Roadblock needed to stop 2

Two Izard County residents have been arrested on felony drug charges after a roadblock was required to stop their vehicle. Izard County Sheriff Jack Yancey says two officers attempted to stop the vehicle the two were traveling

ASUMH announces recent CNA graduates

Arkansas State University-Mountain Home recently honored graduates of the Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) program. Graduates completed 99 hours of course work and passed a skills and knowledge test to earn the nursing assistant certification. Students finished their

Bob Knight visits with Superintendent Dr. Jake Long

Bob Knight visited with Superintendent of Mountain Home Public Schools Dr. Jake Long Thursday.Listen to the full interview here: Listen:   right-click to download mp3   WebReadyTM Powered by WireReady® NSI

Crawford says accomplishments quietly being made in DC

While topics like tax reform and health care dominate the national news, Third District Congressman Rick Crawford says much is being accomplished in our nation’s capital that often doesn’t make headlines. Listen:   right-click to download

Gassville City Council approves water, sewer bond

In Tuesday night’s session of the Gassville City Council, with three members absent, the council approved an ordinance authorizing the water/sewer revenue bond for sewer improvements.Gassville Mayor Jeff Braim has the details. Listen:   right-click to

Week in Review 9-17 to 9-23

Additional arrest made in Leckie murder Ozark County Sheriff Darrin Reed confirmed late Wednesday 31-year-old Robert Peat, Jr. was arrested Wednesday afternoon. The arrest follows an Ozark County grand jury indicting Peat and his wife, Rebecca Ruud,

Mayor Peggy Hammack gives update on the City of Cotter

In an interview a long time in the making, KTLO’s Bob Knight speaks with Cotter Mayor Peggy Hammack about the city and upcoming events. Listen: right-click to download mp3         WebReadyTM Powered by WireReady® NSI

School race ends in tie vote

Repeated efforts to recount votes in the one contested race in the Mountain Home School Board election Wednesday morning brought the same results from Tuesday evening–a tie vote. The race was too close to officially call Tuesday

Squatters plead to charges

Two people who were found living in a house without permission were in Baxter County Circuit Court Thursday and entered not guilty pleas to charges stemming from the incident including residential burglary. Christopher and Sara Sanders were