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Visioning Study Offered To Noel

BETTERMENT ASSOCIATION OFFERS TO PAY HALF THE COST

Subscriber onlyRepresentatives from Drury University and the University of Missouri Extension Service appeared before the Noel City Council on Tuesday, July 12, with a proposal for community visioning. Continue reading...

Pastures Need Nutrients

DON’T EXPECT CATTLE TO PROVIDE EVERYTHING; THEY CAN’T

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- Despite what people generally seem to think when they drive by a pasture with cattle grazing, the cattle are not fertilizing the grounds. Continue reading...

Recent Rain Creates Potential Lawn Problems

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4-H Programs Provide Higher Levels of Learning

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Cattle Require More Water During Heat

Subscriber onlyFAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- As summer temperatures climb into the 90s, a University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture animal scientist warns livestock producers that their cattle's water requirements increase substantially. Continue reading...

Club To Have Booth At Jesse James Days

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Shop Safe At Farmers' Markets

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Briefs

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Obituaries

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Southern Legislative Conference Was Informative

Subscriber onlyJane and I were in Lexington, Ky., last week for the Southern Legislative Conference. The conference was founded in 1947 and is comprised of 15 Southern states. There are six standing committees that provide a forum which allows policymakers to share their knowledge and expertise with colleagues from across the South. The speaker assigned me to the Committee on Economic Development, Transportation and Cultural Affairs. I also sat in on the hearings for the Energy and Environment Committee. There were more than 1,500 total attendees for the five-day conference; and, I have to tell you, Lexington is a beautiful place to visit -- particularly if you are fond of race horses. Those horses get taken care of a lot better than I do! Continue reading...

Courthouse News

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Concentrated Chicken Operation in Goodman Tentatively Approved by DNR

Subscriber onlyThe Department of Natural Resources has issued a General State Operating Permit for the proposed Roger Renner concentrated chicken operation at 615 Brodie Road in Goodman. Continue reading...

Noel pursuit ends near Sulphur Springs

Two arrested, third vehicle occupant still sought

Subscriber onlySULPHUR SPRINGS (Ark.) -- Deputies with the Benton County Sheriff's Office responded to an agency assist call on Beaty Road, just outside the city of Sulphur Springs, at about 1:30 a.m. on Sunday, according to a release from the Benton County Sheriff's Office. Officers from the Noel (Mo.) Police Department had initiated a traffic stop inside Noel city limits, but the vehicle was then driven away from officers, leading to a pursuit through McDonald County and into Benton County. Continue reading...

Keaton To Compete In National High School Finals Rodeo

Subscriber onlyDENVER -- Callie Keaton, a ninth-grade student at McDonald County High School, earned a position on the Arkansas National High School rodeo team and traveled with fellow teammates to Gillette, Wyo., to compete at the 68th annual National High School Finals Rodeo in the Barrel Racing and Pole Bending competitions. The rodeo started July 17 and will end July 23. Continue reading...

Jackson receives life sentence in murder case

Subscriber onlyCarl Lee Jackson, convicted murderer of Rodney Frederick, was sentenced in McDonald County Circuit Court Tuesday, July 19. Continue reading...

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