Day: April 15, 2021

College of the Ozarks Challenges Biden Order That Opens Dorms, Showers to Opposite Sex

by: Scott McCaulley The College of the Ozarks announces Thursday a suit has been filed in Federal Court against the President Joe Biden Administration challenging the directives opening dormitories to members of the opposite sex. College President Dr. Jerry Davis, addressing members of the media as well as members of the Student Body, said the …

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Celebration in the Sky Set To Take Off

by: JonChristopher Collins The 25th Annual “Celebration in the Sky” Arkansas Hot Air Balloon State Championships, postponed from last fall due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, is set for this Friday thru Sunday. Judy McCutcheon from Boone County Regional Airport and RenĂ©e Swanson with Explore Harrison are involved in the event. They recently addressed concerns surrounding …

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Taney County 100 Club Ready to Help First Responder Families

by: Scott McCaulley A recently formed group is raising money to help First Responders and their families in case of injury or death. The Taney County 100 Club was formed last November as a tax deductible, charitable organization to help the surviving families of firefighters, law enforcement officers and EMS professionals killed in the line …

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Update on Charges Against Boone County Man in Shooting Incident

From: KTLO A Boone County man has been arrested after allegedly shooting a woman over a flower pot. Fifty-one-year-old Mark Steven Belleville of Diamond City is facing several felony charges including attempted murder. According to the affidavit in the case, a Harrison man flagged down a passing Boone County deputy sheriff the evening of April …

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Hollister Aldermen Sworn in Tonight After Unique Write-In Election

by: Scott McCaulley and JonChristopher Collins One of the two Hollister Aldermen getting sworn in tonight for a new term in office was the winner in a competition between two write-in candidates. In the recent Municipal Election, the Alderman Ward II seat was open when no candidate was certified after the end of the filing …

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