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Man killed Friday night on Bypass

Mitts was in the outside northbound lane and he was hit by a 2012 Hyundai Elantra driven by Juaquin Holmes, 34, of Huntsville, Alabama, the report shows.

HARRISONDAILY.COM - 2018-08-20 21:55:00

Strong legs, good hands on Bomber special teams

“We like to put guys back there with good hands, and one of the guys with the best hands is (sophomore) Bryce McKay," MHHS assistant coach Blake Hendricks said. "(Senior) Kaden Williams, we feel good about him being back there and seeing what he can get on a return. We’re looking at (sophomore) Loge

BAXTER BULLETIN - 2018-08-20 21:25:00

Boone County Jail roster from Aug. 6 - 13

Elizabeth A. Allison, 25, of Lead Hill was booked in Aug. 10 at 2:02 a.m. on obstruction of governmental operations with bond set at $265 and released on her own recognizance the same day.

HARRISONDAILY.COM - 2018-08-19 14:00:00

Bombers face tough foes in 2018

“They’re a lot like us," Mountain Home head coach Bryan Mattox said of Sheridan. "The fact we get to play at War Memorial — the kids get to play where the Hogs play. I think that, by itself, regardless of who you’re playing, is exciting. The challenge will be letting them take that in, but when it’s

BAXTER BULLETIN - 2018-08-20 19:41:00

School bond refinance to save big bucks

During the board of education’s regular meeting on Thursday night, Kevin Faught, senior vice president of the Stephens, Inc., investment firm, appeared before the board to let them know they will save closer to $2.8 million.

BAXTER BULLETIN - 2018-08-20 03:51:00

Buffalo National River proposes camping fee increase

● Primitive sites (without electricity or showers) at Steel Creek, Kyle’s Landing, Ozark, Carver, and Rush campgrounds: from $12 to $20 a night for up to 6 people (up to 4 stock animals at Steel Creek Horse Camp)

NEWTONCOUNTYTIMES.COM - 2018-08-20 13:00:00

Harrison EHC discusses ‘Fall Fling’

The Harrison Extension Homemakers Club met at 1:15 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 2 in the First United Methodist Church. President, Marilyn Scroggins opened the meeting by leading the group in the Pledge of Allegiance. Shirley Allen read the Thought for the Day and Helpful Hint.

HARRISONDAILY.COM - 2018-08-19 17:00:00

MH man gets probation for stabbing stepfather

Darrey Lynn Hart originally faced a charge of attempted murder in the case. However, as part of a plea bargain, that charge was dropped and he entered guilty pleas to charges of aggravated assault and first-degree domestic battery.

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Yellville student among European study abroad trip

UA Little Rock study abroad students at the Grand Mosque of Paris. The group included, from left front, Allie Woodville, Jorge Gonzalez, Charlana Benefield of Yellville, Paige Topping; back, Julie O'Hara, Elizabeth Ray, Dr. Rebecca Glazier, Madison Ray, Abigail Resendiz, Colin Davies, and Leon Kocka

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Storm dumps heavy rain in north-central Arkansas

CLINTON, Ark. (AP) -- Storms moved across northern Arkansas, dumping heavy rain and causing flooding in the town of Clinton.

KATV - 2018-08-20 09:35:47

Rescuer of duck boat passengers files lawsuit, claiming injuries

A duck boat sits idle in the parking lot of Ride the Ducks, an amphibious tour operator in Branson, Mo., July 20, 2018. (Associated Press)

FOX NEWS - 2018-08-19 17:43:46

Baxter County, Arkansas, breaks ground on jail expansion

MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. -Baxter County leaders are getting the county's jail expansion off the ground.Judge Mickey Pendergrass said, "There's one thing I know for sure. If you look through the bills like I do every day and you see the bills coming from the jail, and you watch the population of the jail,

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Finally, a home: Summit Prep school to open doors Monday on new campus

The private, independent school bought, renovated and recently moved into the 40,000-square-foot former Mercy Fitness Center at 202 E. Walnut Lawn.

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Child recovering after found face first in pool in Mountain Home, Ark.

MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. --A Mountain Home, Ark. child is hospitalized in Little Rock after he was discovered face down in a pool.

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Autistic child nearly drowns, mother cited

A five-year-old Autistic boy wandered off from his home Thursday night and was found face down in a nearby pool, according to Mountain Home Police Chief Carry Manuel. The child's mother, 26-year-old Meaghan Reed, had been cited by police only hours earlier for child endangerment in a separate incide

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Northark hosts first Teen CERT camp

Northark hosted its first Teen CERT camp Tuesday-Friday, July 10-13, on the south campus of the college. Fourteen area youth ages 14 to 18 participated in the event, which included both classroom learning and hands on experience. Students were in attendance from Harrison, Omaha, Bergman, Deer and h

HARRISONDAILY.COM

Flippin student excels in governor’s art exhibition

First Lady Susan Hutchinson, left, aids Flippin High School senior DeAnna Hixon in displaying her art. Hixon was honored recently at the 2018 Governor's Young Artist Exhibit and Competition held in the Governor's Mansion in Little Rock.CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

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Meet Mountain Home's 100-year-old pinball wizard

Neyens, who turned 100 last month, donated his Spirit of ‘76 game to the Pacific Pinball Museum in Almeda, Calif. The game was one of about 150 pinball machines designed by Neyens during his career at pinball machine maker Gottlieb.

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Crews close 3 floors of the North Arkansas College central campus for mold

The crews removed about 20 workers off of the third, fourth, and fifth floors as school leaders decide how to remove the mold. Those floors house mostly office space.

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Legislative audit on Marion County, Arkansas, shows misuse of FEMA money

YELLVILLE, Ark. -A legislative audit shows almost $43,000 in FEMA money was improperly paid to a paving company about two years ago.According to the audit, Marion County Judge Terry Ott approved payments to HD Paving, a company owned by the previous county road foreman's son-in-law.It was for FEMA p

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