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  • LAWRENCE COUNTY SHERIFF JEFF YATES SAYS A MAN WAS KILLED SATURDAY MORNING IN A FARM ACCIDENT THAT OCCURED ON COUNTY ROAD 615, OFF HIGHWAY 412 AROUND 8AM.  SHERIFF YATES SAYS 22 YEAR OLD CODY CROW APPARENTLY BECAME  TRAPPED IN A HOPPER BOTTOM FERTILIZER  TRAILER AFTER HE SLIPPED AND FELL. AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE INCIDENT IS ONGOING.

  • MISS HISTORIC BATESVILLE, CLAUDIA RAFFO IS MISS ARKANSAS 2018. RAFFO COMPETED WITH  43 OTHER YOUNG WOMEN AND WAS CROWED BY 2017 MISS ARKANSA, MAGGIE BENTON SATRUDAY NIGHT IN THE MISS ARKANSAS CEREMONIES AT THE ROBINSON CENTER IN LITTLE ROCK.

  • THE ARKANSAS STATE POLICE TROOP I,  THAT COVERS EIGHT NORTH CENTRAL COUNTIES, INCLUDING FULTON, IZARD  BAXTER AND STONE , IS GETTING A NEW HEADQUARTERS.. WORK IS PROGRESSING ON THE NEW FACILITY THAT IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION OF  U.S. HIGHWAY 65 NEAR THE BOONE COUNTY JAIL FACILITY.. THE NEW STRUCTURE WILL BE APPROXIMATELY 12,000 FEET IN SIZE AND HOUSE OFFICES FOR THE STATE POLICE HIGHWAY PATROL OFFICERS, THE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION DIVISION, THE CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN DIVISION AND DRIVERS TESTING OFFICES.. THE HEADQUARTERS IS EXPECTED TO BE COMPLETED BY THE END OF THE YEAR...

  • 56 YEAR OLD RICHARD ALLEN VALENZUELA OF HORSESHOE BEND WAS ARRESTED FOR DRIVING LEFT TO CENTER, DWI 1ST OFFENSE, REFUSAL TO SUBMIT, NO DRIVERS LICENSE AND HAZARDOUS DRIVING. VALENZUELA WAS INCARCERATED AND BONDED ON A $1380 BOND. 26 YEAR OLD BRYANT ODELL RAWLINGS OF OXFORD WAS ARRESTED FOR HARASSING COMMUNICATIONS. RAWLINGS BONDED ON A $1000 BOND. 30 YEAR OLD MICHAEL THOMAS SOURWINE OF HORSESHOE BEND WAS FOR THEFT OF PROPERTY. SOURWINE WAS GIVEN AN O-R BOND AND IS SCHEDULED TO APPEAR IN HORSESHOE BEND DISTRICT COURT .

  • THE LAWRENCE COUNTY QUORUM COURT MEETS MONDAY NIGHT AT 6:30 IN THE COUNTY ANNEX BUILDING ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE COURTHOUSE IN WALNUT RIDGE. JUSTICES ARE EXPECTED TO DISCUSS THE POSSIBLE PURCHASE OF NEW ELECTION EQUIPMENT.. THE SALEM SCHOOL BOARD WILL MEET MONDAY NIGHT AT 6 IN THE BOARD ROOM OF THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDING.

  • MITCHELL'S PARK STREET PHARMACY IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE JACLYN HAMBY IS THE RECIPIENT OF THE 2018 MARK GREEN EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP. THE $500 SCHOLARSHIP IS AWARDED TO A GRADUATING SENIOR FROM CALICO ROCK HIGH SCHOOL THAT DEMONSTRATES EXCELLENCE IN ACADEMICS AND COMMUNITY SERVICE. FINANCIAL NEED IS NOT A FACTOR IN THE DECISION. THE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM BEGAN IN 2000 TO HONOR RETIRED EDUCATOR, MARK GREEN. JACLYN IS THE DAUGHTER OF SCOTT AND TONI HAMBY OF PINEVILLE. SHE IS AND HONORS GRADUATE AT CALICO ROCK HIGH SCHOOL PLANNING TO MAJOR IN BIOLOGY AT ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY... SHE HAS BEEN THE LEAD PITCHER ON THE CALICO ROCK LADY PIRATES SOFTBALL TEAM FOR THE PAST TWO SEASONS, LEADING THE TEAM TO THE STATE FINAL FOUR IN 2017. SHE HAS BEEN AND ACTIVE MEMBER OF BETA CLUB, FBLA, GUTS, MATH & SCIENCE CLUB, MU ALPHA TAU, AND PIRATE MINISTRIES. SHE IS AN ACTIVE MEMBER OF THE PINEVILLE CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH WHERE SHE HAS SERVED AS THE YOUTH ADVISOR TO THE CHURCH SESSION... FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE MARK GREEN EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM, CALL 297-8107.

  • FULTON COUNTY WATER AUTHORITY (FCWA) IS ACCEPTING SIGN-UPS FOR A RURAL WATER EXPANSION TO PRE-DETERMINED UNSERVED AREAS. THE AREAS INCLUDE ELIZABETH ROAD NORTH TO GEPP, EAST TOWARD VIOLA ON HIGHWAY 62/412 AND U.S. HIGHWAY 9 NORTH FROM CAMP EAST TO THE MYATT CREEK. ADDITIONAL LINES INCLUDED IN THE SIGN-UP AREA WILL RUN ALONG COUNTY ROADS IN THE AREAS OF FLORA CEMETERY AND CRIPPLE CREEK ROAD WEST OF VIOLA AND THE ROADS OF CAMP CREEK, RIDGE, FORREST MIST AND KATYDID OFF OF HIGHWAY 9 IN CAMP. POTENTIAL WATER USERS MAY SIGN UP AT NORTH ARKANSAS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE’S SALEM OFFICE AT 225 SOUTH MAIN STREET BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 9:00 AND 4:00 MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY. THOSE WHO SIGN UP WILL NEED TO BRING A DEED OR LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY, SO FCWA CAN OBTAIN THE NECESSARY RIGHT-OF WAY EASEMENT. THERE ARE FEES ASSOCIATED WITH SIGN-UP, AND ADDITIONAL USER FEES ASSOCIATED TO THE WATER EXTENSION COME AT A FUTURE DATE. INSTALLATION GUIDELINES ARE AVAILABLE AT THE NAEC OFFICE. POSSIBLE PUBLIC MEETINGS OFFERING ANOTHER SIGN-UP OPPORTUNITY FOR THE EXPANSION MAY BE HELD AT A FUTURE DATE. A CONSTRUCTION TIMEFRAME HAS NOT BEEN ESTABLISHED. THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE RURAL UTILITIES SERVICE APPROVED PARTIAL FUNDING FOR THE PROJECT, REFERRED TO AS PHASE V, IN THE FORM OF LOW-INTEREST LOANS AND $1.3 MILLION IN GRANTS. HOWEVER, ADDITIONAL FUNDING WILL BE NECESSARY TO COMPLETE THE EXPECTED $3,253,500 PROJECT. USER CONTRIBUTIONS ARE NECESSARY BEFORE FCWA CAN APPLY TO THE ARKANSAS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION FOR THE REMAINING $1.5 MILLION. THE MORE USERS SIGNED UP BY THE MID-SUMMER DEADLINE, THE BETTER CHANCES FCWA HAS TO RECEIVE THE ADDITIONAL FUNDING. THIS WILL BE THE THIRD TIME FCWA HAS APPLIED TO AEDC FOR FUNDING ON THIS PROJECT; THE APPLICATION WAS DECLINED THE PAST TWO YEARS. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL 870-895-3221 OR VISIT WWW.NAECI.COM/FULTON-COUNTY-WATER-AUTHORITY.

  • THE SALEM SCHOOL BOARD WILL MEET MONDAY AT 6PM IN THE CONFERENCE ROOM OF THE ADMINSTRATION BUILDING

  • CONGRATULATION TO TIM AND CINDY FINLEY OF SAGE, THE 2018 IZARD COUNTY FARM FAMILY OF THE YEAR... THE FINLEY'S STARTED FARMING NEARLY 30 YEARS AGO AFTER HER COLLEGE DEGREE... CINDY IS CURRENTLY EMPLOYED AT WHITE RIVER MEDICAL CENTER TO SUPPLEMENT THE FAMILY INCOME... TIM SAID LIVING IN CONWAY JUST VERIFIED HOW MUCH HE WANTED TO BE A FARMER AND LIVE IN THE WIDE OPEN SPACES.. TIM REFERRED TO A OLD PHOTO OF HIMSELF, HIS DAD, AND GRANDFATHERS... TIM STAYS BUSY RUNNING THE ANGUS CATTLE AND HAY OPERATION BUT STILL FINDS TIME TO SERVE HIS COMMUNITY... TIM IS A FARM BUREAU BOARD MEMBER, A MEMBER OF THE ZION VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT, A MEMBER OF TE SIDNEY BAPTIST CHURCH, SERVES ON THE BOARD OF THE ANTIOCH CEMETERY, IS A MEMBER OF THE ANTIOCH AND MELBOURNE MASONIC LODGE, AND IS A MEMBER OF THE ARKANSAS CATTLEMAN'S ASSOCIATION... THERE'S MORE TO COME ON THE 2018 IZARD COUNTY FARM FAMILY OF THE YEAR, TIM AND CINDY FINLEY OF SAGE. SO JOIN US AGAIN MONDAY DURING HOMETOWN NEWS ON HOMETOWN RADIO...

  • KIDS AGE 6 TO 15 ARE WELCOME TO PARTICIPATE IN FISHING FRIDAY'S BEGINNING THIS FRIDAY AT THE JIM HINKLE SPRING RIVER STATE FISH HATCHERY SOUTH OF MAMMOTH SPRING... MELISSA JONES IS THE HATCHERY MANAGER.. FISHING FRIDAY'S PROVIDES ONE ON ONE INSTRUCTION FOR THE YOUNG FISHERMAN.... FISHING FRIDAY'S WILL BEGIN THIS FRIDAY AND CONTINUE THROUGH JULY 13TH,  9 UNTIL 11 EVERY FRIDAY MORNING FOR KIDS AGES 6 TO 15. ALL KIDS PARTICIPATING MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT. THE HATCHERY IS LOCATED AT THE END OF HIGHWAY 342 JUST OFF HIGHWAY 63 SOUTH OF MAMMOTH SPRING .. PHONE 870-625-7521 FOR INFORMATION.

  • WITH THE HEAT AND HUMIDITY, MANY OF YOU WILL SPEND THE WEEKEND COOLING OFF ON THE AREA WATERWAYS.... LAKES AND RIVERS WILL BE BUSY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS SPOKESPERSON LAURIE DRIVER REMINDS YOU TO HAVE YOUR BOAT PREPARED BEFORE YOU GET ON THE WATER... DRIVER REMINDS ALL BOATERS, REGARDLESS OF HOW MUCH EXPERIENCE YOU HAVE COMMANDING A BOAT, USE GOOD COMMON SENSE SAFETY PRACTICES ON THE WATER... 

  • THE HOTTEST DAYS OF THE YEAR ARE FORECAST FOR THIS WEEKEND .. IS YOUR HOME ENERGY EFFICIENT?  NORTH ARKANSAS ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE IN SALEM HAS SOME TIPS FOR YOU TO CUT SOME CORNERS OFF YOUR ENERGY BILL.   CHECKING THE WEATHER STRIPPING, DOING AN AIR-CONDITIONER UNIT CHECK-UP, CHANGING AIR CONDITIONER FILTERS, ETC.... THOSE ITEMS CAN GO A LONG WAY IN MAKING DIFFERNECE IN YOUR ENERGY USEAGE.  THE COOP'S COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER TORI MOSS SAYS IT PAYS TO MAKE A 1-TIME INVESTMENT ON MAKING YOUR HOME OR OFFICE MORE ENERGY EFFICIENT ... THEN YOU'LL SEE SAVINGS MONTH AFTER MONTH.  CONTACT NAEC FOR MORE INFORMATION. 

  • MAMMOTH SPRING HAS BEEN APPROVED FOR THE FREE SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM.  ACCORDING TO SUPT CHIP LAYNE, ALL SYSTEMS ARE "GO" FOR THE NEW SCHOOL YEAR.   ALL STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO EAT BREAKFAST AND LUNCH FREE OF CHARGE.  HE SAYS THEY ARE CONTRACTING WITH A NEW FOOD SERVICE COMPANY TO MAKE LUNCHES BETTER AND MORE EXCITING.     THE SCHOOL BOARD ALSO HANDLED SEVERAL PERSONNEL ISSUES, COORDINATING RETIREMENTS, NEW DUTY ASSIGMENTS,  AND NEW HIRES FOR THE 2018-19 SCHOOL YEAR.  HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL BRIAN DAVIS WILL BE RETIRING.  SUPT LAYNE ALSO SHARED A LETTER FROM THE MAYOR OF MTN HOME, COMMENDING MAMMOTH SPRING SCHOOLS, COACHES, STAFF AND STUDENTS FOR THEIR WORK AND COOPERATION WITH THE RECENT 1A SOFTBALL STATE TOUNRAMENT HELD AT MTN. HOME.


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