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  • A CHEROKEE VILLAGE WOMAN DIED IN A ONE CAR ACCIDENT ON THE FOUR LANE IN ASH FLAT AT 5:07 THURSDAY AFTERNOON.  A CAR DRIVEN BY 69 YEAR OLD SANDRA BECKY WAS WESTBOUND ON HIGHWAY 62-412 WHEN SHE APPARENTLY LOST CONTROL, LEFT THE RIGHTSIDE OF THE HIGHWAY, STRUCK A CULVERT, OVERTURNED , EJECTING BECKY FROM THE CAR.. SHE WAS AIR LIFTED TO WHITE RIVER MEDICAL CENTER IN BATESVILLE WHERE SHE LATER DIED.  THE ACCIDENT WAS INVESTIGATED BY ASH FLAT POLICE SGT. JEREMY STEVENS.

  • THE LARGEST INCREASE IN COMMUNITY CASES OF  COVID 19 IN ARKANSAS  WAS CONFIRMED THURSDAY. THE ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH REPORTED 261 NEW CASES, BRINGING THE STATE'S TOTAL TO 6,538.  THERE WAS 5 ADDITIONAL DEATHS, BRINGING THAT TOTAL TO 125, HOSPITALIZATIONS WERE DOWN 4 TO 104 AND THERE WERE 4,853 RECOVERIES.  THERE WAS SOME POSITIVE NEWS, THERE WAS 2,966 TESTS WITH A POSITVITY RATE OF 3.9%.  STATE HEALTH SECRETARY, DR. NATE SMITH SAYS THIS SECOND WAVE OF COVID 19 CASES IS SEEING AN INCREASE IN NORTHWEST ARKANSAS, CITING A RAPID INCREASE AMONG THE STATE'S LATINO COMMUNITIES.

  • HERE ARE THURSDAY'S COUNTY BY COUNTY CASE COUNT.  FULTON HAS 6 CASES, 2 ACTIVES, 4 RECOVERIES AND 272 NEGATIVE TESTS.  IZARD COUNTY HAS 15 CASES,  2 ACTIVES, 13 RECOVERIES AND 196 NEGATIVE TESTS.  SHARP COUNTY HAS 42 CASES, 8 ACTIVES, 32 RECOVERIES, 333 NEGATIVE TESTS AND 2 DEATHS.  LAWRENCE COUNTY  HAS 82 CASES, 12 ACTIVES, 65 RECOVERIES, 654 NEGATIVE TESTS AND 5 DEATHS. IN RANDOLPH COUNTY, THERE'[S 26 CASES, 5 ACTIVES, 21 RECOVERIES, 949 NEGATIVE TESTS.  INDEPENDENCE COUNTY HAS 29 CASES, 4 ACTIVES, 25 RECOVERIES AND 283 NEGATIVE TESTS.  STONE COUNTY HAS 8 CASES, NO ACTIVES, 8 RECOVERIES AND 206 NEGATIVE TESTS. BAXTER COUNTY HAS 8 CASES, 2 ACTIVES, 6 RECOVERIES AND 583 NEGATIVE TESTS.

  • 181 NEW CASES OF COVID 19 WERE REPORTED THURSDAY IN MISSOURI WITH THE TOTAL IS NOW 12,673.  THERE WERE 11 DEATHS,  BRINGING THE TOTAL TO 707.  THERE IS ONE NEW CASE IN HOWELL  COUNTY, BRINGING THE TOTAL TO 6, THERE'S STILL 2 CASES IN OREGON COUNTY AND NONE IN OZARK COUNTY.  GOVERNOR MIKE PARSON HAS EXTENDED PHASE 1 OF MISSOURI'S 'SHOW ME STRONG RECOVERY' PLAN. THE PHASE LASTS UNTIL JUNE 15.  THE GOVERNOR SAYS HE'S PLEASED WITH HOW PHASE 1 HAS GONE SO FAR, COMPLIMENTING BUSINESSES, COMMUNITIES AND MISSOURIAN'S ACROSS THE STATE WHO HAVE DONE A GREAT JOB OF IMPLEMENTING HEALTH AND SAFETY MEASURES.

  • A FORMER SALEM RESIDENT WHO LIVES IN THE JORDON AREA HAS BEEN CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED MURDER, AFTER ALLEGEDLY SHOOTING HER EX-HUSBAND IN THE FACE DURING THE MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND.  36 YEAR OLD MIKA SEAY TURNED HERSELF IN WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT THE BAXTER COUNTY DETENTION CENTER.  SHE IS FACING TWO FELONY CHARGES IN THE CASE.  ACCORDING TO THE PROBABLE CAUSE AFFADAVIT, SEAY AND HER EX-HUSBAND STILL LIVED IN THE SAME RESIDENCE.  THEY WERE APPARENTLY WRESTING LAST FRIDAY NIGHT AND ACCORDING TO A WITNESS, THE VICTIM ACCIDENTLY DROPPED SEAY 'ON HER BUTT IN THE MUD'.  A SHORT TIME LATER, SEAY, THE VICTIM AND TWO WITNESSES WERE LEAVING THE RESIDENCE WITH THE VICTIM DRIVING AND SEAY IN THE BACK SEAT OF THE TRUCK BEHIND HIM. ONE WITENESS TOLD A BAXTER COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT INVESTIGATOR, THE VICTIM TURNED AROUND TO SAY SOMETHING TO SEAY, WHEN SHE ALLEGEDLY PULLED A SMALL PISTOL FROM HER WAISTBAND AND SHOT THE MAN IN THE FACE WHILE HE WAS DRIVING THE TRUCK.  ANOTHER WITNESS TOOK THE VICTIM TO SALESVILLE TO MEET EMERGENCY MEDICAL PERSONNEL.  THE VICTIM WAS TAKEN TO BAXTER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER FOR TREATMENT AND LATER TRANSFERED TO A SPRINGFIELD HOSPITAL.  WHILE INTERVIEWED AT THE HOSPITAL, THE VICTIM ALLEGEDLY TOLD OFFICERS HE HAD SHOT HIMSELF ACCIDENTLY.  WHEN THE WITNESS WHO TRANSPORTED THE VICTIM TO MEET MEDICAL PERSONNEL RETURNED TO SEAY'S HOUSE AND WENT INSIDE, HE FOUND HER ASLEEP. SHE AWOKE AND ASKED WHERE THE VICTIM WAS TO WHICH THE VICTIM RESPONDED 'THE HOSPITAL'.  SEAY REPORTEDLY SAID 'GOOD AND WENT BACK TO SLEEP'.  MIKA SEAY IS CHARGED WITH ONE COUNT EACH OF CRIMINAL ATTEMPT TO COMMIT MURDER IN THE FIRST DEGREE AND DOMESTIC BATTERY IN THE FIRST DEGREE.. SEAY IS FREE AFTER POSTING A $100,000 BOND.

  • FOUR JUVENILES ARE FACING CRIMINAL CHARGES AFTER IZARD COUNTY AUTHORITIES SAY THE GROUP VANDALIZED A CHURCH.. SHERIFF JACK YANCEY SAYS DEPUTIES WENT TO THE OLD PHILADELPHIA CHURCH ON LARKIN ROAD MAY 23 DUE TO VANDALISM.  THE FRONT DOORS OF THE CHURCH WERE FORCED OPEN AND WINDOWS WERE BROKEN. THE NAMES OF THOSE IJNVOLVED HAS NOT BEEN RELESED, BUT SHERIFF YANCEY SAYS THEY RANGE IN AGE FROM 14 TO 15.

  • AN EVENING SHADE MAN HAS BEEN ARRESTED IN VAN BUREN COUNTY ON DRUG CHARGES WEDNESDAY.  CLINTON POLICE STOPPED A TRUCK DRIVEN BY 48 YEAR OLD BURTON AARON.  THE POLICE REPORT STATED AARON APPEARED NERVOUS AS THE OFFICER APPROACHED THE VEHICLE.  AFTER CONSENTING TO A SEARCH, POLICE FOUND A PLASTIC BAGGIE WITH A CRYSTAL RESIDUE, BELIEVED TO BE METH, A SMOKING PIPE AND OTHER DRUG PARAPHERNALIA.  AARON IS BEING HELD IN THE VAN BUREN COUNTY DETENTION CENTER IN CLINTON.

  • MOUNTAIN HOME POLICE HAVE IDENTIFIED THE VICTIM OF THE MEMORIAL DAY SHOORTING IN MOUNTAIN HOME.  POLICE CHEIF CAREY MANUEL SAYS 67 YEAR OLD JAMIE SANDERS DIED AFTER HE WAS APPARENTLY SHOT BY A NEIGHBOR WHO LIVED IN THE SAME APARTMENT COMPLEX AS SANDERS.  MOUNTAIN HOME POLICE ARE WAITING FOR A REPORT FROM THE ARKANSAS STATE CRIME LAB FOR MORE INFORMATION. ANYONE WITH INFORMATION THAT WOULD ASSIST MOUNTAIN HOME POLICE IN THE INVESTIGATON IS ASKED TO CALL 870-425-6336.

  • FULTON COUNTY AUTHORITIES CONTINUE TO INVESTIGATE A SEXUAL ASSAULT CASE INVOLVING TYRONZA POLICE CHEIF E.J. ROACH. SHERIFF AL ROORK SAYS THE 30 YEAR OLD ROACH WHO IS FROM MARKED TREE WAS BOOKED INTO THE FULTON COUNTY JAIL SUNDAY FOR QUESTIONING ABOUT AN ALLEGED SEXUAL ASSAULT.  ROORK ADDED THE ALLEGED ASSAULT TOOK PLACE NEAR THE SPRING RIVER WHILE ROACH AND A GROUP OF FRIENDS WERE CAMPING AND FLOATING THE SPRING RIVER.  ROACH WAS RELEASED MONDAY. THE INCIDENT IS STILL UNDER INVESTIGATION.  SHERIFF ROORK SAYS INFORMATION WILL BE SUBMITTED TO THE PROSECUTOR WHEN THE INVESTIGATION IS CONCLUDED. ROACH WAS JUST NAMED POLICE CHEIF IN TYRONZA APRIL 27.

  • THE U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY RECORDED A 2.7 MAGNITUDE EARTHQUAKE WEDNESDAY MORNING.  THE QUAKE WAS LOCATED ABOUT 3.5 MILES EAST-SOUTHEAST OF IMBODEN AND  12 MILES SOUTHWEST OF POCAHONTAS.  THE QUAKE, WHICH HAD A DEPTH OF 11.2 KILOMETERS, STRUCK AT 11:30AM.  RESIDENTS AROUND IMBODEN AND POCAHONTS FELT THE QUAKE THAT STRUCK RIGHT AFTER A THUNDERTORM HAD MOVED THRU THE AREA.  THERE WERE NO INJURIES OR PROPERTY DAMAGE REPORTED.

  • A THAYER MAN HAS BEEN ARRESTED AND CHARGED WITH FELONY FIRST DEGREE TAMPERING WITH A MOTOR VEHICLE AND FELONY STEALING A MOTOR VEHICLE.  OREGON COUNTY DEPUTIES SAY 31 YEAR OLD BRADLEY GIBSON IS BEING HELD WITHOUT BOND.

  • THE SLOAN HENDRIX SCHOOL BOARD MET RECENTLY AND APPROVED THE RENEWAL OF THE SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER AGREEMENT WITH THE LAWRENCE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE FOR THE 2020-21 SCHOOL YEAR. SEVERAL OTHER MOTIONS WERE APPROVED, ONE FOR THE COVID 19 HOLD HARMLESS EMPLOYMENT PAYMENT RESOLUTION, ANOTHER FOR THE CONTRACT RENEWAL WITH OPAA FOR FOOD SERVICE FOR THE NEXT SCHOOL YEAR.  18 INCOMING SCHOOL CHOICE APPLICATIONS WERE APPROVED AND A FINAL MOTION TO RMEOVE A TREE AND PERFORM SOME PROPERTY CLEANING ON THE CAMPUS WAS ALSO APPROVED.  MAY OWENS CONSTRUCTION WAS APPROVED TO INSTALL A WATER LINE.  SUPERINTENDENT CLIFFORD ROREX GAVE THE BOARD AN UPDATE ON THE CURRENT SCHOOL CLOSURE REGARDING COVID 19 AND CARES FUNDING.  ROREX UPDATED CONSTRUCTION AROUND THE CAMPUS. THREE EMPLOYEES SUBMITTED THEIR RESIGATNIONS, RETHA TAFFAR, EMERALD WELCH AND GRACE STOLZ.  THE BOARD APPROVED THE HIRING OF JORDON BROOKS AND HEATHER SUMMER FOR CETITFIED TEACHER POSITIONS. CHASITY BAGWELL WAS HIRED TO WORK WITH THE SUMMER FOOD PROGRAM. THE BOARD APPROVED THE PURCHASE OF 29 DESKTOP COMPUTERS FROM I.T. SAVVY.

  • A SHOOTING ON REBPULICAN ROAD NEAR SALEM HAS LED TO THE ARREST OF A SALEM AREA MAN AND WOMAN.  ON MAY 13TH, THE 16TH DISTRICT TASK FORCE RECIEVED A CALL FROM THE FULTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT REGARDING AN INCIDENT INVOLVING ROBERT STIGALL AND MISTI HERNDON THAT OCCURED MAY 9TH.  SHERIFF AL ROORK SAYS STIGALL WAS NAMED AS A SUSPECT IN AN INCIDENT THAT TOOK PLACE ON REPUBLICAN ROAD NEAR HIS HOME.  ACCORDING TO THE VICTIMS, THEY HAD DRIVEN BY A HOUSE AND WERE CHASED DOWN THE ROAD BY AN INDIVIDUAL WHO FIRED SEVERAL SHOTS AT THEM WITH A HANDGUN.  THE VICTIMS IDENTIFIED A PICTURE OF A CAR THAT HAD BEEN INVOLVED IN A DRUG ARREST A FEW WEEKS PRIOR TO THE INCIDENT.  THAT VEHICLE HAD BEEN DRIVEN BY STIGLAL AND HERNSON.  OFFICERS CONDUCTED A HOME VISIT AT STIGALL'S RESIDENCE AND FOUND SEVERAL DRUG RELATED ITEMS IN PLAIN VIEW.  DURING A MORE EXTENSIVE SEARCH, NUMEROUS SMALL PLASTIC BAGGIES, A SET OF DIGITAL SCALES AND A LOADED PISTOL WERE CONFISCATED.  HERNDON CONFIRMED TO INVESTIGATORS THAT STIGALL HAD CHASED SOME PEOPLE AND FIRED A GUN.  STIGALL AND HERNDON WERE BOTH CHARGED WITH COUNTS OF A TERRORISTIC ACT, CONVEYANCE, TWO COUNTS OF AGGRAVATED ASSAULT, POSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE WITH THE PURPOSE TO DELIVER MARIJUANA, POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA WITH THE PURPOSE TO ANALYZE METHAPHETAMINE, FELON IN POSSESSION OF A FIREARM, POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA WITH THE PURPOSE TO INGEST MARIJUANA, MAINTAINING A DRUG PREMISES.  STIGALL HAS AN ENHANCED PENALTY FOR BEING AN HABITUAL OFFENDER.  BENCH WARRANTS WERE ISSUED FOR BOTH STIGALL AND HERNDON.  BOTH ARE BEING HELD IN THE FULTON COUNTY DETENTION CENTER.

  • 24 YEAR OLD JONOTHAN GOODMAN OF WEST PLAINS HAS BEEN CHARGED WITH ONE COUNT EACH OF MURDER IN THE SECOND DEGREE AND ARMED CRMINAL ACTION IN CONNECTION WITH THE DEATH OF 30 YEAR OLD KRAIG LYNCH OF WEST PLAINS.  WEST PLAINS POLICE WERE CALLED TO A RESIDENCE ON LANTON ROAD SATURDAY AFTERNOON FOR A REPORT OF ALTERCATION BETWEEN TWO MEN. DURING THE ALTERCATION, GOODMAN ALLEGEDLY PULLED A GUN ON LYNCH AND SHOT HIM MULTIPLE TIMES.  GOODMAN IS BEING HELD IN THE HOWELL COUNTY JAIL.  WEST PLAINS POLICE ARE CONTINUING THE INVESTIGATION INTO THE SHOOTING.  ANYONE WITH INFORMATION ABOUT THE SHOOTING IS ASKED TO CALL 417-256-2244.

  • A 40 YEAR OLD NORFORK MAN FACES SEVERAL FELONY CHARGES AFTER HE WAS REPORTEDLY ARRESTED WEARING ITEMS HE WAS ACCUSED OF STEALING. BAXTER COUNTY SHREIFF JOHN MONTGOMERY SAYS CLAYTON ROBERT MOORE WAS ARRESTED AND CHARGED WITH RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY, BREAKING AND ENTERING OF A VEHICLE AND BREAKING AND ENTERING OF A BUILDING. HE WAS ALSO CHARGED WITH FIRST DEGREE CRIMINAL MISCHEIF.  MOORE WAS ARRESTED AFTER AUTHORITIES RECIEVED A CALL OF A 'SUSPICIOUS' ACTIVITY AT A RESIDENCE ON HOPEWELL HOLLOW ROAD IN MOUNTAIN HOME.  MOORE WAS RELEASED ON A $25,000 BOND.

  • A LAKE CITY MAN HAS BEEN JAILED IN LAWRENCE COUNTY AFTER A CAR CHASE AND FOOT PURSUIT MONDAY NIGHT IN WALNUT RIDGE AND HOXIE.  LAWRENCE COUNTY DISPATCH WAS NOTIFIED THAT A CAR WAS GOING THRU HOXIE WITH NO LIGHTS ON AND IN A RECKLESS MANNER.  WHEN HOXIE POLICE ATTTEMPTED TO STOP THE VEHICLE, THE DRIVER SPED UP AND HEADED FOR WALNUT RIDGE, REFUSING TO STOP FOR WALNUT RIDGE POLICE.  AFTER A SHORT PURSUIT THAT TOOK THE VEHICLE THRU SOME RESIDENTIAL AREAS AND SOME PEOPLES YARDS, A MAN GOT OUT OF THE CAR AND BEGAN RUNNING ONLY TO BE APPREHENDED A SHORT TIME LATER.  THE MAN WAS IDENTIFIED AS LAWRENCE HUBBARD OF LAKE CITY. HE WAS CHARGED WITH DWI, FELONY FLEEING, LEAVING THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT, DRIVING ON A SUSPENDED LICENSE, CRIMINAL MISCHEIF AND CRIMINAL TRESSPASSING.  HUBBARD WAS FOUND TO HAVE OUTSTANDING WARRANTS AND A LENGTHY CRIMINAL HISTORY. HE WAS ALSO ON ACTIVE PAROLE.  HUBBARD IS BEING HELD IN THE LAWRENCE COUNTY DETENTION CENTER.

  • ONE PERSON WAS AIRLIFTED TO A HOSPITAL MONDAY EVENING AFTER BEING STRUCK BY A VEHICLE.  LAWRENCE COUNTY DEPUTY TONY WALDRUPE SAYS THE ACCIDENT HAPPENED ON ARKANSAS HIGHWAY 91, ABOUT FIVE MILES FROM HIGHWAY 63 JUST BEFORE 5 OCLOCK.  A 19 YEAR OLD WOMAN SUFFERED INJURIES AFTER SHE REPORTEDLY TRIED TO CROSS THE HIGHWAY.  SHE WAS FLOWN TO ST. BERNARDS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER, HER CONDTION IS UNKNOWN.  THERE WAS ONE PERSON IN THE VEHICLE WHO WAS NOT IDENTIFIED. THE LAWRENCE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT WAS ASSISTED BY THE WALNUT RIDGE AND HOXIE POLICE  DEPARTMENTS .

  • THE BOIL WATER ORDER FOR A PORTION OF THE CALICO ROCK WATER SYSTEM HAS BEEN LIFTED. THE ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH  WEBSITE INDICATES THE ORDER WAS LIFTED TUESDAY MORNING FOR CUSTOMERS OF THE CALICO ROCK WATER SYSTEM WHO LIVED NORTH OF THE PINEVILLE FIRE STATION.  THE ORDER WAS PUT IN PLACE MAY 18 DUE TO A LINE BREAK.

  •  THE CITY OF WALNUT RIDGE IS  HANDING OUT TWO OUNCE BOTTLES OF BIFEN I T TO RESIDENTS WHO REQUEST THE CHEMICAL AND BRING THEIR LAST WATER BILL TO CITY HALL.  BIFEN I T IS A CONCENTRATE INSECITCIDE DESIGNED TO BE MIXED IN A HAND TYPE PUMP SPRAYER.  WHEN USED TO MIST THE UNDERSIDE OF LEAVES ON PLANTS AND BUSHES OR AREAS AROUND HOME ENTRANCES,  THE MIX WILL KILL INSECTS, INCLUDING MISQUITOS, AFTER THEY COME IN CONTACT WITH THE PRODUCT. ONCE DRIED, THE RESIDUE FROM THE PRODUCT WILL LAST 30 DAYS OR MORE.  ONE BOTTLE SHOULD LAST 60 DAYS, WHEN MIXED PROPERLY. A LIMITED NUMBER OF MISQUITO DUNKS WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE TO WALNUT RIDGE RESIDENTS WHO HAVE STANDING WATER IN THEIR YARDS.

  • THE ASSESSMENT DEADLINE IS NEXT MONDAY, JUNE 1. REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY IN ARKANSAS MUST BE ASSESSED BY MONDAY, JUNE 1 TO AVOID A PENALTY.  THE DEADLINE IS NORMALLY MAY 31, BUT SINCE THAT FALLS ON SUNDAY, THE DEADLINE IS NOW MONDAY, JUNE 1.  YOU HAVE RECIEVED AN ASSESSMENT FORM IN THE MAIL, THAT FORM CAN BE FILLED OUT , SIGNED AND MAILED BACK TO YOUR HOME COUNTY ASSESSORS OFFICE IF YOU LIKE.

  • THE LAWRENCE COUNTY COURTHOUSE IS  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC  WITH SOME RESTRICTIONS. THERE WILL BE A LIMIT OF 10 PEOPLE IN THE COURTHOUSE AT ONE TIME, NOT INCLUDING THE COURTHOUSE STAFF.  THE EAST ENTRANCE ON SOUTHWEST THIRD STREET BY THE COUNTY JUDGE'S AND COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICES WILL BE OPEN AS WELL AS THE HANDICAP ENTRANCE AT THE BACK OF THE BUILDING. THE BACK ENTRANCE WILL ALSO BE USED FOR COURT PROCEEDINGS.  COUNTY JUDGE JOHN TOMLINSON REMINDS RESIDENTS THAT OFFICES ARE SHORT STAFFED DUE TO FURLOUGHS, SO YOUR PATIENCE AND COOPERATION IS APPRECIATED.  YOU CAN STILL DO BUSINESS WITH ANY OFFICE BY PHONE OR EMAIL.

  • THE SHARP COUNTY COURTHOUSE IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC WITH  FIVE PEOPLE WILL BE ALLOWED IN THE BUILDING AT ONE TIME.  IF YOU COME TO THE COUTRHOUSE, YOU SHOULD BE PREPARED TO WAIT OUTSIDE.  MASKS ARE HIGHLY RECOMMENDED, BUT NOT MANDATORY.  THERE WILL BE ONE TRANSACTION ATA TIME IN EACH OFFICE. ENTRY IS THRU THE MAIN ENTRANCE AND YOU'LL BE REQUIRED TO GIVE YOUR NAME AND TELEPHONE NUMBER FOR CONTACT TRACING.  THESE REQUIREMENTS ARE FOR THE SHARP COUNTY COURTHOUSE BUILDING.  THERE WILL BE DIFFERENT REQUIREMENTS FOR THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE, JAIL AND THE COURT SYSTEM.

  • THE FOOD BANK OF NORTH CENTRAL ARKANSAS IS EXPANDING. FOOD BANK CEO JEFF QUICK SAYS THE FOOD BANK WILL BE EXPANDING ITS OPERATION WITH A MOVE INTO A 20,000 SQUARE FOOT FACILITY IN GEORGETOWN SQUARE IN MOUNTAIN HOME, IN THE FORMER FREDS BUILDING. THE NEW FACILITY WILL ALLOW THE FOOD BANK TO IMPROVE ITS SERVICES.  THE FOOD BANK IS OPERATING OUT OF A BUILDING IN NORFORK ABOUT A THIRD THE SIZE OF THE NEW BUILDING.  THE ADDITIONAL SQUARE FOOTAGE WILL BE USED FOR A COLD STORAGE FACILITY FOR FROZEN AND REFREGERATED FOODS.  ANYONE WHO WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A CHARITABLE DONATION, CAN CALL THE FOOD BANK AT 870-499-7565 OR GO ONLINE AT foodbanknca.org.

 
  • MISSOURI FOOD STAMP SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM HOUSEHOLDS ARE NOW ABLE TO USE AN ELECTRONIC BENEFIT TRANSFER CARD TO PURCHASE ELIGIBLE FOODS ONLINE. THE USDA, FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICE HAS APPROVED WALMART AND AMAZON FOR ONLINE PURCHASING...DSS WILL UPDATE INFORMATION IF OTHER GROCERY RETAILERS ARE ADDED..

  • OZARKS MEDICAL CENTER BEHAVORIAL HEALTHCARE HAS BEEN SELECTED BY THE MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH OFFICE OF DISASTER SERVICES TO IMPLEMENT A COVID-19 CRISIS COUNSELING PROGRAM IN ADDITION TO THE MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES IT CURRENTLY PROVIDES TO THE SURROUNDING COUNTIES.  THE CCP IS FUNDED BY THE FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY AND IS INTENDED TO ASSIST THOSE INDIVIDUALS AND COMMUNITIES IN RECOVERING FROM THE AFFECTS OF NATURAL AND HUMAN CAUSED DISASTERS SUCH AS THE CURRENT PANDEMIC THRU THE PROVISION OF COMMUNITY BASED OUTREACH AND PSYCHO-EDUCATIONAL SERVICES. IT HELPS PEOPLE RECOVER AND KEEP THEIR LIVES AFTER A DISASTER.  A HELPLINE HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED AND IS STAFFED BY VOLUNTEERS AND MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS WHO ARE AVAILABLE AT 417-256-1777, MONDAY THRU FRIDAY, 8AM TIL 4PM

 

 
 


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