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15-Year-Old Injured in Theodosia Crash

Theodosia, MO. – Two males from Theodosia have been injured following a crash that happened yesterday morning, at roughly 6:50am. A 2005 Hyundai GX350 was heading Northbound on Highway P, when they crashed around 3 miles Southwest of Theodosia. Michael Renne, 43 of Theodosia, overcorrected after going off the right side of the roadway, and struck a tree.
THEODOSIA, MO
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Sutton named ASUMH assistant baseball coach

Hayden Sutton (third from right) Arkansas State University-Mountain Home recently took another step in the building of its baseball program. Hayden Sutton has been selected as the new assistant coach for the Trailblazers. Sutton says he was excited when ASU-Mountain Home Head Coach Spencer Adcock contacted him and told about...
MOUNTAIN HOME, AR
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Vehicle in Flames Outside of Mountain Home

Mountain Home, AR. – A vehicle caught ablaze just Northeast of Mountain Home on Friday, August 5th, leaving the three occupants to escape the fire. The fire happened around the intersection of Highway 62/412 and Myrtlewood Lane, and was caused by sparks after two of the vehicles tires had blown. It is not known the extent of the injury of those inside, but it appears they were treated by emergency responders on-scene.
MOUNTAIN HOME, AR
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More municipal races develop in Big Flat, Bull Shoals

With just a few hours left for potential candidates to file for municipal positions for the general election, two more races have developed in Baxter and Marion counties. Big Flat Mayor Glenda Wiseman will be challenged for her seat in November. Charles Schmitt is challenging Wiseman after filing his candidacy on Tuesday.
BULL SHOALS, AR
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2 Baxter County residents arrested on multiple drug, weapon charges

A tip given to Baxter County investigators of two local residents with multiple arrest warrants resulted in additional charges for drugs and weapons. Thirty-eight-year-old Christopher Alsup of rural Mountain Home and 27-year-old Rayndii Tolliver of Cotter have been in the Baxter County Detention Center since Friday. According to the probable...
BAXTER COUNTY, AR
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Man with long list of criminal charges pleads guilty to more

Beginning in his late teens, a Mountain Home man has been arrested and charged with a long string of crimes, including breaking into businesses, homes, a hunting cabin, an outbuilding and a large number of storage units. Twenty-seven-year-old Brian Ashley Calvert appeared in Baxter County Circuit Court last Monday, pled...
MOUNTAIN HOME, AR
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Burn Ban Lifted for Areas of Baxter County

Baxter County, MO. – Baxter County Judge Mickey Pendergrass has lifted burn bans within areas of Baxter County, AR. The areas with ban lifts include the unincorporated areas and Salesville. According to the judge, this is due to the recent rainfall we have received. However, residents should still be...
BAXTER COUNTY, AR
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Pamela Sue Swift, 64, Mountain Home (Kirby)

Pamela Swift, 64, passed away on August 7, 2022, in Mountain Home, Arkansas. Pamela was born on November 19, 1957 in Paw Paw, Michigan to David Clayton and Joyce O’Neill Clayton. Pamela resided in Arkansas since 1984 since moving from Michigan. Pamela married Joe Swift, Jr. on August 3,...
MOUNTAIN HOME, AR
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Man is both suspect and victim

A 26-year-old man listing a Yellville address pled guilty to charges in two open criminal cases during a session of Baxter County Circuit Court Monday and was put on probation for six years. Both of Kevin Andrew Gerts’ arrest came in 2021 and stemmed from traffic stops – one in...
BAXTER COUNTY, AR
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Man, teen injured in 1-vehicle accident in Ozark County

Two Theodosia residents were transported by ambulance to Baxter Regional Medical Center after being hurt in a one-vehicle accident in Ozark County Tuesday morning. Forty-three-year-old Micheal Renne had minor injuries, and his passenger, a 15-year-old male, suffered moderate injuries. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Renne and the teen...
OZARK COUNTY, MO
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Marion County woman accused of threatening, inappropriately grabbing deputy

A Marion County woman reported for drunk driving is accused of threatening a deputy and grabbing him in an inappropriate manner. Thirty-eight-year-old Crystal Sanford has been charged with a felony count of aggravated assault on a law-enforcement officer and misdemeanor counts of second-degree terroristic threatening and public intoxication. According to...
MARION COUNTY, AR
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Barnett commits to Harding

A member of the Mountain Home High School football team will go into his senior year with a commitment to play on the collegiate level. Brady Barnett has committed to attend Harding University in Searcy next year. Barnett has played both quarterback and running back for the Bombers. He has...
MOUNTAIN HOME, AR
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Burn ban lifted in Baxter County, Salesville

Two local burn bans were lifted on Tuesday. The bans in the unincorporated areas of Baxter County and the city of Salesville are no longer in effect. Baxter County Judge Mickey Pendergrass says in his order recent rainfall has relieved the area’s hazardous conditions, enabling him to remove the ban on outdoor burning.
BAXTER COUNTY, AR
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MH School District millage proposal narrowly defeated

By a narrow margin, just 16 votes, voters in the Mountain Home School District have rejected a proposal to increase the district’s millage rate. In Tuesday’s special election, there were 1,592 votes in favor of the measure and 1,608 against it. Registered voters in the school district were...
MOUNTAIN HOME, AR
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Mountain and Lake Airpark Provides Residential Treasures

Mickey Stateler’s now former Twin Comanche on the ramp at Lost Mine Airpark. [Courtesy: Lost Mine Airpark]. Mickey Stateler has been interested in the residential airpark concept for some time. To be more precise, the corporate pilot and longtime Piper Twin Comanche owner first dipped his toes into the airpark lifestyle in 2007.
THEODOSIA, MO
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Steve Frye

Steve Frye, 85, of Gainesville, MO died peacefully on August 6, 2022 at the Gainesville Healthcare Center. At his request, no services will be held. Mr. Frye was born November 12, 1936 in San Diego, CA to Sam and Edna Frye, the oldest of three sons. He worked for many years as a truck driver and also in construction. He moved back to Gainesville after several years in Montana.
GAINESVILLE, MO
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