Day: November 9, 2020

Ridgedale Man Seriously Injured in Rollover Accident

by: Scott McCaulley The driver of a SUV sustains seriously injuries in a rollover accident Monday afternoon on Highway 86 in Southern Taney County. The Missouri Highway Patrol online report indicates the crash occurred around 2:15 when the SUV driven by Heith McCarter of Ridgedale crossed the center line and went off the roadway, struck …

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ARDOT Announces Award Recipients for its Transportation Alternatives Program

by: Scott McCaulley Communities in Carroll, Madison, and Marion Counties are among the 55 that have been awarded Grants through the Transportation Alternatives Program through the Arkansas Department of Transportation (ARDOT). Berryville has been awarded $100,000 for it’s Square to Community Center Trail while Huntsville has been awarded $200,000 for its City Sidewalk Program and …

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City of Harrison Takes Part in Community Catalyst Survey

by: Scott McCaulley The City of Harrison is joining with the Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce to take part in the Community Catalyst Program. According to a release on the City of Harrison’s Facebook Page, the program is done in partnership with the University of Central Arkansas and Mississippi State University as well as with …

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C of O Holds Virtual Commencement for May Graduates

From: Ozarks First College of the Ozarks honored their 2020 May graduates with a virtual commencement Sunday. The pre-recorded commencement ceremony allowed alumni, graduates and families to participate in the graduation activities without having to travel. The focus of the commencement was on students and their successful completion of their degrees. The graduates’ names, majors …

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Marshall Police Chief Resigns After Reportedly Directing Threats of Violence

From: KTLO Marshall’s Police Chief has resigned after reportedly directing threats of violence toward those he labeled as “Marxist Democrats” on social media. In a letter released to the public on Saturday, Marshall Mayor Kevin Elliot says Lang Holland’s resignation is effective immediately, and he is no longer employed with the city. Holland had reportedly …

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