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Arkansas virus cases up to 22

Arkansas health officials say the number of novel coronavirus cases in the state has risen to 22. The state Health Department announced the six new cases on its website Monday. Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson and state Health

BRMC officials with Monday coronavirus update

Officials from Baxter Regional Medical Center provided another update on coronavirus Monday morning. BRMC CEO Ron Peterson, Infection Preventionist Stephanie Free and Marketing Director Tobias Pugsley discussed the latest information. Listen: right-click to download mp3 WebReadyTM Powered

Top Stories 3-8 to 3-14

The following are links to the top stories of the week on ktlo.com. MC man arrested after allegedly living under assumed identity for decades Coronavirus in Arkansas: 3 new coronavirus cases in Arkansas are health workers 3

ADH, BRMC officials provide coronavirus update

Richard Taffner, Arkansas Department of Health epidemiologist, and Barney Larry, Baxter Regional Medical Center vice president/Business Development, were in the studio Friday morning with an update on the coronavirus. Listen: right-click to download mp3 WebReadyTM Powered by WireReady® NSI

MH softball blanks Harrison

The Mountain Home High School softball team traveled to Harrison Thursday and blanked the Lady Goblins 3-0. Lauren Loving started in the circle for Mountain Home, working four innings and striking out four to earn the win.

Dora headed back to state title game

The Dora boys’ basketball team is headed back to the state championship game. The Falcons defeated Jefferson 82-66 in the Class 1 State Tournament semifinals in Springfield Thursday night. Isaac Haney led the way for Dora with

SEC suspends all sporting events

Based on the latest developments and the continued spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Southeastern Conference has announced the suspension of regular season competition for teams in all sports on SEC campuses, as well SEC championship events,

Choir of Man show postponed again

The Choir of Man show scheduled for the Arkansas State University-Mountain Home campus Thursday night has been postponed for a second time, this time due to concerns over coronavirus. ASUMH Chancellor Dr. Robin Myers says, “Out of

Top Stories 3-1 to 3-7

The following are links to the top stories of the week on ktlo.com. Woman leads police on short chase, MHPD officer suffers slight injuries Pair charged with leaving store multiple times with unpaid items Loss prevention manager