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Man accused of attacking pregnant woman arrested on domestic battery charges

MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. — A rural Mountain Home man was arrested on a felony domestic battery charge over the weekend.21-year-old Ryan Anderson was charged with felony 2nd degree domestic battery and misdemeanor violation of a no contact order after an incident on Saturday, August 11.

OZARKRADIONEWS.COM - 2018-08-14 08:10:28

Mountain Home Public Schools offers preschool option for district employees

MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. -Superintendent Dr. Jake Long said parents working for Mountain Home Public Schools will have access to discounted daycare."It's a method for recruitment, retainment, and retention," Long said.The school board approved the Flight Academy Program for this school year, allowing emp

KYTV - 2018-08-14 22:44:00

Oil and Gas: Workover producing oil, natural gas in Atlanta Field

The weekly Arkansas Oil and Gas Commission report said that Columbia Oil Company of Guy, AR, drilled the Deltic Farm & Timber “A” No. 1 well in Section 24-18S-19W in the Atlanta Field to 8,160 feet in the Smackover Zone, with perforations between 8,140 and 8,148 feet. Daily production is 14 barrels

MAGNOLIAREPORTER.COM - 2018-08-15 08:06:00

Kidnapping suspect denied a lower bond

The 55-year-old Mountain Home man was arrested July 13 on charges of kidnapping, theft of property, DWI drugs and driving while license suspended. Following his arrest, he was taken to the Baxter County jail where he was held in lieu of a $50,000 bond.

BAXTER BULLETIN - 2018-08-14 03:52:00

KARK Road Tour: Massive Burger Challenge in Mountain View

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Police: Man arrested after meth, stolen guns found inside Heber Springs home

A man is behind bars after authorities discovered meth, stolen guns, and other drug paraphernalia inside a Heber Springs residence.


Five Cities 13U squad rolls into semifinals at Babe Ruth World Series

MOUNTAIN HOME, ARKANSAS — Their pitching held up again, and the Five Cities 13U All-Stars are within a win of a berth in the championship game of the Babe Ruth World Series.Starter Marc Byrum allowed just three hits in his five innings of work, Andrew Zickuhr finished with two innings of hitless rel

SANTA MARIA TIMES - 2018-08-15 01:51:00

AHA files brief in Medicare appeals backlog case: 9 things to know

In thebrief, the AHA, Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Ark.; Covenant Health in Knoxville, Tenn.; and Rutland (Vt.) Regional Medical Center asked the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to reconsider a deadline-based remedy to reduce the backlog of Medicare billing appea


Arkansas black bear sightings increase amid dry weather

MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark.—Black bear sightings in the Twin Lakes Area are increasing due to a lack of food, according to biologist Allen Cathey with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.


Chamber cuts ribbon for Precision Line Window Washing

Mountain Home Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors cut the ribbon for Precision Line Window Washing on Aug. 7. Precision Line Window Washing specializes in cleaning: storefronts; one to three story buildings; restaurants; banks; churches; schools; and homes. Roof washing and pressure washing are also ava

BAXTER BULLETIN - 2018-08-15 03:47:00

Former OMART counselor gets more prison time for drugs

Amaral, 42, of Mountain Home, was already in prison when he accepted the current plea deal, in which he entered guilty pleas to charges of delivery of meth and unlawful use of a communication device.


Twin Lakes area: Drive safe, school's back in session

• When passing a bicyclist, proceed in the same direction slowly, and leave 3 feet between your car and the cyclist

BAXTER BULLETIN - 2018-08-15 03:00:00

FFN Two-a-Days: Cave City

Only one stop today. Danny Brustrom looks to turn Cave City around. Cavemen installing Wing T, hear from them tonightpic.twitter.com/JfM3FVW4us— Chris Hudgison (@ChrisHudgison)August 13, 2018


HawgBeat.com - Search for QB1 continues into second week of fall camp

“They both led their team down the field, sustained some drives,” Morris said. “I thought both of those guys did some good things.”


Babe Ruth World Series: Five Cities survives scare, beats West Linn, Oregon

MOUNTAIN HOME, ARKANSAS — Saturday, for the first time in their three appearances at the Babe Ruth World Series, the Five Cities 13-year-old All-Stars faced some adversity.They came through it, rallying after seeing a 5-0 lead disappear.Five Cities re-took the lead and hung on to beat West Linn, Ore


Fearless 40: Searcy Lions

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White County Woman Kidnapped, Beaten and Raped

"My understanding is there was a phone that was missing that Harris owned," says Lt. Steve Hernandez, Searcy PD. "Harris accused our victim of taking the phone and was basically holding her against her will till he found his phone."


Mark Martin's Race for Hope 74 Set for Sept. 25, Enter Now

The race, that's just around the corner, is scheduled for September 25-29 at Batesville Motor Speedway.


A judge in Arkansas makes $147,000 a year for turning poor people into indentured servants

A monument to Confederate soldiers stands outside the White County Courthouse in Searcy, Arkansas, where a new lawsuit says Judge Mark Derrick has been making indentured servants out of poor people who cant pay traffic tickets for decades. CREDIT: Shane Vaughn/Wikimedia Commons The dirt-poor residen


“A good thief” | Sonoran News

She left her wallet, containing $160, at a Walmart store in Clinton, AR. She returned and retrieved the wallet but found that a thief had removed the cash. But the crook turned out to be “a good thief” and, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC], a few days later anonymously