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Florissant Man Dies in Park County Crash

The Colorado State Patrol is investigating a single-vehicle rollover crash that occurred on Lakeview Road approximately one-half mile West of Mineral Springs Road in Park County. The crash resulted in one fatality. A 1959 Ford F600 was traveling in a southeasterly direction on Lakeview Road when the driver failed to...
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In Memoriam: Millard Oldham

GERMANTOWN, Tenn. – The pest control industry mourns the loss of Millard Oldham Jr., who passed away on Sunday, at 96. Millard and Ada, his wife of 70 years, founded Oldham Chemicals Co., in 1966. In addition to founding one of the pest control industry’s leading distributors, the Oldhams were...
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Arkansas State University names South Arkansas graduates

Arkansas State University in Jonesboro has announced the list of students who completed degree requirements to graduate at Summer Commencement, held August 13 in Centennial Bank Stadium. South Arkansas graduates by county. COLUMBIA. Magnolia -- Grace E. Gore, Associate of Science, A.S. En Route. OUACHITA. Camden -- Jessica Neil Massey,...
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Tosh Moves to New Location

Bobbi Tosh, APRN, Family Medicine Provider, has relocated her practice to the White River Medical Center Family Practice Clinic, former office of J.R. Baker, MD, located at 409 Virginia Drive in Batesville. Tosh will begin seeing patients on Oct. 4. Clinic hours are 8am to 5pm Monday-Thursday. The clinic can be reached at 870-793-5356.
Paragould Daily Press

Communication Disorders student group funds Neeley Scholarship

JONESBORO — At a gathering to announce a new scholarship honoring emeritus professor Dr. Rick Neeley, former students, colleagues and friends recalled his exemplary dedication to teaching and service at Arkansas State University. The announcement was made Friday. “Today we are marking a great milestone,” said Dr. Amy Shollenbarger, chair...

WRHS: APRN Bobbi Tosh relocates practice

APRN and Family Medicine Provider Bobbi Tosh (pictured) has relocated her practice to the WRMC Family Practice Clinic, the former office of Dr. J.R. Baker, located at 409 Virginia Dr. in Batesville, according to a release from White River Health System (WRHS). Tosh will begin seeing patients on Oct. 4....

Salida/Buena Vista Volleyball Postponed

The Salida/Buena Vista volleyball games scheduled for today have been postponed due to a positive Covid-19 test. A makeup date will be announced as soon as possible. Danny “Dan R” Ridenour has been in radio and television broadcasting for 42 years, starting as a senior in high school at KAMO in Rogers, Arkansas.

Corey Seats seeks Second Judicial District Prosecutor post

Corey Seats, a longtime deputy prosecutor, will seek to become the Prosecuting Attorney of the Second Judicial District. The District, the second largest in the state, comprises six counties in Northeast Arkansas—Clay, Craighead, Crittenden, Greene, Mississippi, and Poinsett. Seats, along with deputy prosecutor Jessica Thomason, are the two announced candidates...
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BHS coach completes masters degree in educational leadership

Cullen Davis Greer of Brookhaven recently graduated from Arkansas State University with a Master of Science Education degree in Educational Leadership. Greer is a math teacher and assistant football coach at Brookhaven High School, and worship leader at Wesson Baptist church.

Salida High School Principal Arrested

Salida High School Principal Talmage Trujillo has been arrested and charged with four misdemeanor counts in connection to a disturbance at Salida High School last Thursday that prompted a lock down at the school. Trujillo was charged with harboring a minor, obstructing a peace officer, obstructing government operations and first...

Chaffee Planning and Zoning Revisits Aspire Tours Tonight

The Chaffee County Planning and Zoning Commission will continue the public hearing for the Aspire Tours proposed land-use changes today at 6 pm. The riverfront property consists of 44 rural-zoned acres off of County Road 190W, which is accessed from Highway 291. Kathrin Troxler of Wheatridge owns the property and...

‘Strategic Doing’ Helps Get Economic Development Done in Harrison

Successful economic development is usually the result of getting many small things done to clear the way for the bigger things to happen. That was the thinking behind the Community Catalyst program, which is funded by Entergy Arkansas and conducted in partnership with the University of Central Arkansas’ Center for Community and Economic Development and Mississippi State University’s Stennis Institute.

Wildfire Near Silverthorne-Stage I Fire Restrictions in Place

The Summit County Sheriff’s Office issued a mandatory evacuation near Silverthorne due to an active wildfire. Last night, the sheriff’s office ordered an evacuation for the Hamilton Creek area above Silverthorne. Angler Mountain and the South 40 neighborhoods are at pre-evacuation status. The fire north of Silverthorne grew to 30...

Chaffee Public Health Offering Flu Shots & Covid-19 Boosters

Chaffee County Public Health is planning several mass Covid-19 booster clinics at the Chaffee County Fairgrounds. The booster is free and is available for those who have received the Pfizer vaccine. Clinics are scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, October 4th and 5th and again on October 18th and 19th. The...
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Dunklin County Court Reports-Division 1

On September 17th, 1787, the United States Constitution was signed by those who wrote it. On that day 234 years later, we continue to celebrate the signing of the Constitution and the rights and responsibilities it affords each of us. Each of us are encouraged to study the historical events that led to the framing the the Constitution in September 1787; to remind the public that the Constitution is the basis of America’s great heritage and the foundation for its way of life; and to emphasize U.S. citizens’ responsibility to protect, defend and preserve the U.S. Constitution.

Famed Sculptor to Join Virtual Johnny Cash Heritage Festival Lineup

JONESBORO — Kevin Kresse, an Arkansas painter and sculptor chosen to design and create the statue of hall-of-fame musician Johnny Cash in National Statuary Hall in the U.S. Capitol, will join the lineup of talent at the virtual 2021 Johnny Cash Heritage Festival. The festival is scheduled for Friday and Saturday, Oct. 15-16. Kresse, a native of Little Rock, will present a behind-the-scenes look at the sculpting process and a preview of the proposed statue’s progress that won him the competition.
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University enrollment in Arkansas declines for 5th year

Fewer students enrolled in the state's public universities than a year ago, according to preliminary data from the state Division of Higher Education. The latest decline continues a long-term trend, with the second fall semester to take place in the ongoing pandemic proving to be a bounce-back year for only a few schools in terms of enrollment.

DLP Capital Increases Affordable Housing Options With Acquisition of 200-Unit Stadium Place Apartments in Jonesboro, Arkansas

JONESBORO, AR - DLP Capital, a private financial services and real estate investment firm, announces the acquisition of Stadium Place, a 200-unit multifamily property, located in Jonesboro, Arkansas. The addition of the community, which will be renamed to DLP Jonesboro, increases the number of DLP Capital-owned multifamily apartment homes to 568 units in the greater Memphis area, positively impacting the workforce housing affordability crisis throughout the Sunbelt and across the country.