Day: January 21, 2020

Political Campaign Signs Not Permitted on Highway Right of Way

Via ARDOT Press Release LITTLE ROCK (1-21) – Candidates for political office and their supporters are reminded that it is unlawful to place campaign signs on highway right of way in Arkansas, according to Arkansas Department of Transportation (ARDOT) officials. “There are several Arkansas statutes addressing encroachment and the placing of signs or other objects …

Political Campaign Signs Not Permitted on Highway Right of Way Read More »

Another Round of Winter Weather in the Forecast for the Ozarks

by: Scott McCaulley The potential for Winter Weather has returned to the Ozarks as a mixture or Rain, Freezing Rain, Sleet and Snow is expected from early Wednesday morning to Friday. As of 1:30, the National Weather Service in both Little Rock and Tulsa have issued Winter Weather Advisories that take effect early Wednesday morning …

Another Round of Winter Weather in the Forecast for the Ozarks Read More »

Nursing Process website ranks Northark RN program #3 of top ten in Arkansas

Via Press Release: HARRISON, AR (January 21, 2020) – The Nursing Process website announced today that the Registered Nursing program at North Arkansas College has been ranked as the 3rd Best program in Arkansas for 2020.  All schools approved by the Arkansas State Board of Nursing were evaluated and the top ten were recognized. Four broad …

Nursing Process website ranks Northark RN program #3 of top ten in Arkansas Read More »

Monday Basketball Recap: C of O Women Drop Home Game, HS Basketball Scores

A recap of Monday Area Basketball: C of O Women Fall at Home (From C of O Sports Information) After a month of games on the road, College of the Ozarks women’s basketball returned home to host William Woods University on Monday evening and dropped an 84-72 decision to the Lady Owls College of the …

Monday Basketball Recap: C of O Women Drop Home Game, HS Basketball Scores Read More »

Monday Accident Recap: One Fatality Crash, Other Results in Minor Injuries

by: Scott McCaulley A pair of accidents worked by the Missouri Highway Patrol in the Lakes Region Monday had drastically different results. One person dies in a crash on Business 13 in Branson West just after 3:30 pm. The Highway Patrol accident report indicates a car driven by 40-year-old Roman Hand of Branson attempted to …

Monday Accident Recap: One Fatality Crash, Other Results in Minor Injuries Read More »

Barry County Man Dies in Traffic Crash in Arkansas

by: Scott McCaulley A man from Barry County dies in an accident just south of the Missouri-Arkansas Boarder in Gateway Monday evening. The Arkansas State Police reports the accident occurred around 6:45 on Highway 37 just north of Highway 62 when a vehicle driven by 60-year-old Darrell Skelton on Seligman left the roadway and struck …

Barry County Man Dies in Traffic Crash in Arkansas Read More »

Filing Deadline Today For Missouri April Municipal Elections

by: Scott McCaulley Today’s the final day for people to file to become candidates for open positions in this April’s Election. Area positions on City Board of Alderman, City Council, or Board of Trustee will be voted on as well as open position on area School Board’s and other Political Entities. The 2020 Municipal Elections …

Filing Deadline Today For Missouri April Municipal Elections Read More »

Arkansas Highway Commission Meeting Scheduled Later This Month in Harrison

From: KTLO The Arkansas Highway Commission has scheduled a series of regional public meetings on a funding option in the first quarter of the year, including one in North Central Arkansas. The local meeting will be held Jan. 28 at 5:30 at Goblin Arena and Performing Arts Center on the campus of Harrison High School. …

Arkansas Highway Commission Meeting Scheduled Later This Month in Harrison Read More »