• CC students win at Spring Creek Art Festival

    CAVE CITY — Several Cave City high school students were recently awarded at the Spring Creek Art Festival at Springdale for a SkillsUSA public service announcement they created earlier this year. Their PSA received second place for production and was directed by Cade Weaver and …

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  • LPN students donate to food bank

    ASH FLAT — Ozarka College licensed practical nursing students recently raised $188.70 at a recent bake sale and health fair and donated the funds to the Christian Community Food Bank to supply goods for the organization’s backpack program, according to a news release. The backpack …

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  • Papandreou to be final speaker in lecture series

    SEARCY — Harding University in Searcy has announced that former Greece Prime Minister George Papandreou is the fourth and final speaker for its American Studies Institute Distinguished Lecture Series on April 23, 2015. In addition to serving as prime minister of Greece from 2009 to …

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  • Family donates $2,500 to Ozarka campaign

    MELBOURNE — Dennis and Wanda Wiles, residents of Izard County, have committed $2,500 to the Ozarka College Student Services Center Capital Campaign. Their contribution will pay to furnish an office in the Student Services Center on the Melbourne campus, according to a news release. Wiles …

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  • ICC students make choir

    BROCKWELL — Seven students from Izard County Consolidated middle and high schools were recently selected to the Northeast All Region Choir, according to a news release. They include seniors April McCoy, Aricaa Charbauski, Amber Cowan, and Lucan Smith; eighth-graders Colten Hypes and Abby White; and …

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  • Subiaco names honor student

    SUBIACO — Subiaco Academy in northwest Arkansas has released its first quarter honor roll for the 2014-15 year, according to a news release. Daniel Haunert, son of Tim and Melaine Haunert of Batesville, made the honor roll, which requires a grade point average of 93 …

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  • House named vice president

    MOUNTAIN VIEW — Ozark Heritage Bank of Mountain View has announced that veteran banker John House of Mount Pleasant has joined the bank as a vice president and loan officer in the agricultural lending department. “John House has the breadth of experience and impeccable reputation …

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  • Local resident graduates Boston U

    BOSTON — Boston University has announced a list of its recent graduates, according to a news release. Kim Rider, who received a doctor of physical therapy, was one 1,622 graduates.

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  • Honor Roll – Concord Elementary

    CONCORD — The students listed below made the honor roll for the first nine weeks of the 2014-15 school year at Concord Elementary School, according to a news release: First: all A’s — Natalie Anderson, Kortlin Rogers, Deuce Whillock, Tanner Deckard; general — Gus Brackett, …

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  • Saving big brother – 8-year-old hailed as hero

    VIOLET HILL — An 8-year-old boy is being hailed a hero after he saved his 14-year-old brother’s life. Alida Mohlke said both her sons were playing outside late Sunday afternoon when the incident happened. Ethan was playing on a rope the boys hang upside down …

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  • Intimidator lands new contract

    Intimidator Inc., a local manufacturer of utility and multi-terrain vehicles, has signed a contract with Mahindra, a worldwide tractor manufacturer, to design and build a line of utility vehicles, Bob Stroud, chairman of the Independence County Economic Development Commission, announced on Thursday at its monthly …

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  • Woman faces charges after leaving accident

    Independence County officers were called to the scene of a one-vehicle accident on Thursday but when they arrived, all they found was a blue Chevrolet S10 pickup on its side in a ditch and the driver nowhere around. Deputy Aaron Moody said he found the …

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