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Tobacco-free zones on MH Council’s agenda

The Mountain Home City Council will hear a proposal to amend an ordinance establishing tobacco-free zones Thursday evening during its regular monthly meeting.The city first passed an ordinance addressing tobacco-free zones in 1998.The original Ordinance 98-014 established

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The following are links to the top stories of the week on ktlo.com. Local dispensary among 8 each selling more than 1,000 pounds of medical marijuana Marion County judge fires back at sheriff ahead of quorum court

Body found in Izard County

A body has been found in Izard County. Izard County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Charley Melton says the man’s body was discovered about 2:45 Wednesday afternoon near the sewer treatment plant off North Bend Drive in Horseshoe

ASU Board to address mask use

The Arkansas State University Board of Trustees will conduct a special teleconference meeting Wednesday afternoon at 4:30. Among the items for consideration is a resolution requiring mask use on ASU System campuses. WebReadyTM Powered by WireReady® NSI

COVID-19 local numbers for Monday

Arkansas 49,383 total cases (+5,573 from last Monday) 7,387 active cases (+617 from last Monday) 544 deaths (+80 from last Monday) Baxter County 71 total cases (+10) 14 active cases (+1) 0 deaths Marion County 28 total

Newton County resident reported missing

A Newton County resident has been reported missing. Newton County Sheriff Glenn Wheeler is seeking the public’s assistance in locating 20-year-old Jonathan Barrett Brantley of Mount Judea. Brantley was reportedly last seen Thursday night in the Mount

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The following are links to the top stories of the week on ktlo.com. Remains found are those of Missouri woman missing 10 years Man trades Louisiana prison cell for one in Arkansas Driver killed in head-on collision,

MC Courthouse closed Friday morning

The Marion County Courthouse will be closed Friday morning from 9 until noon.The closure is to allow county employees to attend funeral services for Ron McPherson, recently retired county treasurer. WebReadyTM Powered by WireReady® NSI