• JunkFest Fair gets under way

    MOUNTAIN VIEW — The JunkFest Antique Fair will be today and Saturday at the Stone County Fairgrounds, located three blocks north of the court square in Mountain View. Items for sale will include old glassware, jewelry, architectural items, antique furniture, vintage signs, handmade crafts, Scentsy …

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  • Look Good, Feel Better program is Monday

    The American Cancer Society will hold its Look Good, Feel Better program for women currently undergoing cancer treatment from 9 to 11 a.m. Monday at White River Medical Center Cancer Care Center for first-time class participants. The program uses trained cosmetologists to teach cancer patients …

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  • Socks for Seniors kicks off

    Socks for Seniors is an annual community service project that collects new socks to be distributed to the elderly in local nursing homes during the holidays. The program was started 11 years ago and is 100 percent volunteer based. On Saturday, the program begins with …

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  • CR Museum to present event

    CALICO ROCK — Calico Rock Museum will host “Reliving Calico Rock History: Pioneer Life” from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Craftspeople will demonstrate how Ozarks pioneers made butter, sewed quilts, created pottery, made apple cider and other local crafts. Next door at the Visitors …

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  • Creeches to have reunion

    HUTCHINSON MOUNTAIN — Descendants and other relatives of Jeff Creech and Ora Lee Ellis Creech, formerly of the Hutchinson Mountain community, have scheduled a reunion for 2 p.m. Saturday at the Hutchinson Mountain Community Center. The event is open to all friends and family. For …

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  • Wolf presentation planned

    The University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville will present the documentary, “True Wolf, What It Means to be Wild” at 4:30 p.m. Saturday at Independence Hall. James Gage of Batesville, an ambassador for wolf conservation efforts, will also give a presentation prior to the …

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  • World premiere to be at Landers

    The recently-completed feature film 45RPM will have its world premiere at 7 p.m. Saturday at the historic Landers Theatre, located at 334 East Main St. in Batesville. The film was written, directed and produced by Juli Jackson. The film focuses on a young female artist …

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  • Church events announced

    Cushman United Methodist CUSHMAN — Cushman United Methodist Church will hold its annual harvest dinner from 3 to 7 tonight. The menu includes turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, cranberry sauce, roll and dessert. The cost is $6 for adults and $3 for …

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  • A Glance At Days Gone By

    “SCHOOL AT CHARLOTTE” is written on the back of this photo, brought in by Ina Lee Henley of Charlotte. The picture at one time belonged to Maxine and A.V. Gordon. “They’re way more than a hundred years old,” Henley said of this and three other pictures …

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  • Ozark Folk Center to host ‘After Dark in the Park’

    MOUNTAIN VIEW — After Dark in the Park will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at Ozark Folk Center State Park in Mountain View. The event is for the whole family. Storytellers and musicians will be located throughout the park. There will be …

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  • Foster joins Citizens Bank

    Charla Foster has been named senior vice president and human resources director at Citizens Bank. In this position, Foster is responsible for oversight of the bank’s employee relations, training, employment, benefits and compensation programs. Foster is a graduate of Lyon College who most recently served …

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  • State shooters to converge on Batesville shooting range

    The Arkansas Trap Association will hold a sanctioned shoot Saturday at the Independence County Shooting Sports complex located 3600 North St. Louis St. (across from Believers Community Church) in Batesville. Registration/practice will begin at 8 a.m. with the shoot starting at 9. Newly approved ATA …

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