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Burrell Behavioral is closing 4 locations in northern Arkansas

HARRISON, Ark. (KY3) - Burrell Behavioral Health announced it would close four community mental health clinics in northern Arkansas. The Arkansas clinics include locations in Rogers, Springdale, Harrison and Mountain Home. The Springfield-based services have operated in Arkansas since merging with Youthbridge Inc. in May 2019. Burrell said it’s been “unable to overcome sustained and significant losses in the Arkansas Region while operating at industry best practices.”
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Study finds Missouri, Arkansas below average in law enforcement pay

HARRISON, Ark. (KY3) - A recent study into the quality of law enforcement careers by state shows Missouri and Arkansas below average in several indicating categories, including average officer pay. The study, conducted by personal-finance website WalletHub, looked at over 30 factors to determine its rankings, such as quality of...
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Big Creek holds off Harrison comeback to win Ozark Cup

Big Creek Golf and Country Club was able to stave off a comeback from Harrison Country Club to win the Ozark Cup Sunday in Harrison. Big Creek just edged out Harrison by a final of 15-14. Harrison fell just short of completing the comeback in Sunday’s singles matches. Big Creek...
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Alfred Earl ‘Al’ Gibson, 86, Yellville (Conner)

Alfred Earl “Al” Gibson, 86, of Yellville, Arkansas passed away on Friday, May 13, 2022, in Mountain Home, Arkansas. He was born on January 30, 1936, to the late Howard and Cora (Morgan) Gibson in Nunda, New York. He was a twenty-two-year veteran of the United States Air Force. He served as a Master Sergeant, investigated crashes and modified the engines of B52 bombers. He was a member of Hopewell Baptist Church.
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British comic punks KKK leader in Arkansas

Norma Bates shared this over the weekend, but a British comic’s interview with KKK leader of Thom Robb deserves another look. Niko Omilona, a YouTube entertainer, visited Harrison and found it not at all racist, but he was directed to the source of much of the city’s reputation to Zinc and the home and church of KKK leader Thomas Robb. Omilona said he was a BBC interviewer and Robb spoke with him at length, not understanding that BBC stood for Big Black ****. He got Robb to send shoutouts to people with names that will resonate with anyone who’s ever told an I.P. Freely joke. One, spoken aloud, sounded like BLM. And then there was this one:
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