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President Mark Wilson conducted the Feb. 14 meeting of the Friends of the Library with 12 in attendance.The dates ares set for the Spring Plant Sale. It will be held April 28, 29 and 30 at the … more
In my position as NCCC and JAPC director, I am often asked questions by folks with concerns that aren’t uncommon, and some would say are well founded. Most recently I had a conversation that … more
Jasper Mayor Jan Larson delivered the state of the city report at the city council's recent meeting, Feb. 17. Her top priorities: A transparent local government and promoting tourism to boost the … more
The staff at the Ponca Elk Education Center has prepared the center's wildflower garden for spring. Signs are posted identifying the various plants that will grow and blossom after spring arrives in … more
State Senator Missy Irvin, of Mountain View, attended the Feb. 17 Jasper City Council meeting and asked council members to encourage residents to participate in a survey to verify the need for a … more
GREEN FOREST — Former state Sen. Bryan King has announced his intent to run for state Senate District 28 subject to the Republican Primary in May. District 28 covers Carroll and Madison … more
EUREKA SPRINGS — Jim Wallace has filed to run for state Senate District 28 subject to the Democratic Primary in May. District 28 covers Carroll and Madison counties, parts of Franklin, Johnson … more
The Deer-Mt. Judea School Board held it’s monthly meeting Thursday, Feb. 17 at the Mt. Judea campus.   The first order of business was to review and approve the minutes from the … more
The Ozark Mountain School District board members held their February meeting Thursday, Feb. 17, at the St. Joe Campus.   Once the meeting was called to order by School Board President Jesse … more
The Jasper School District Board of Education hired a teacher and accepted several resignations at its regular meeting Feb. 21. Resignations were received from Melissa Henderson, SBHC coordination, … more
LITTLE ROCK – Mark Camp, director of the Keep Arkansas Beautiful Commission, is retiring today after nearly five years leading the agency. Camp was appointed by Governor Asa Hutchinson in … more
cicles hold fast to rocky bluffs near Compton, Saturday, Feb. 26, as the final reminders of last week's mix of wintry weather. Rain began falling last Wednesday that turned into freezing rain, sleet … more
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) today announced that it has granted additional flexibilities in response to the impact of the 2022 Abbott recall of certain powder infant … more
WASHINGTON – U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that USDA is making available up to $215 million in grants and other support to expand meat and poultry … more
Fast facts Nearly a decade of data compiled to create new guidelines Farmers steadily adopt new “cabling technology” to monitor moisture content Cost reduces as more bins added into … more
Eighty-two acres of UAM forests replantedWorkers plant 10-12 tree seedlings per minuteTree planters valued part of Arkansas forest industry MONTICELLO — The University of Arkansas at … more
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