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Board informed of plan to improve image

Board informed of plan to improve image

Prescott High School is halfway through a 60-day improvement plan which addresses concerns the public has about the Prescott School District. Robert Poole, superintendent, said there were concerns voiced at…

Spring time for lawn care

Spring time for lawn care

Spring is a great time to step back and take a look at your home landscape with a critical eye. Do you have so many weeds in your lawn that…

Stabbing sends one man to hospital, other to jail

Stabbing sends one man to hospital, other to jail

An apparent alcohol fueled brawl early Friday morning reportedly ended with one Hope man in the hospital with a stab wound and resulted in another in jail.   According to…

Parents reminded of immunization schedule

Parents reminded of immunization schedule

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PARENTS/GUARDIANS  Do the new Immunization Requirements for the 2014-15 school year affect your child?  Please read the new requirements carefully.  This will affect many students in the…

Hope Chamber announces April-May coffees

Hope Chamber announces April-May coffees

The Hope/Hempstead County Chamber of Commerce Community Coffee on Wednesday, April 30, will be hosted by the Hampton Inn.  The Coffee is set for 9:30-11 a.m. On May 6, there…

Dos Locos Gringos adds drinks to menu

Dos Locos Gringos adds drinks to menu

A family restaurant in Hope now has drinks available with meals for those 21 and older. Two years ago Mike and Scarlett Brown along with Trae Thompson, the owners of…

Aliens poised to invade Arkansas

Aliens poised to invade Arkansas

Steven Sheets, CEA-Agriculture Hempstead County Never mind the Martians, there are plenty of earth-bound invaders poised to crowd out Arkansas native species, say experts with the Arkansas Forest Resources Center.…

Updates given at council meeting

Updates given at council meeting

It was update night for the Prescott City Council at its April meeting Monday night. Judy Duke, executive director of the Prescott-Nevada County Chamber of Commerce, told the board there…

Reenactment turns a profit

Reenactment turns a profit

A small profit was made on the Sesquicentennial Civil War reenactment on April 12. The Nevada County Depot Museum Board of Directors was told of this at a recent meeting…

Sesquicentennial event held at Mt. Nebo

Sesquicentennial event held at Mt. Nebo

On Friday, April 18, some of the United Daughters of the Confederacy Cenfederate attended the Benjamin Powell and James Henry Williams Dedication of Iron Cross of Pvt. Benjamin Powell and…

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