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The Huntsville School Board hired Bryan Law as interim superintendent in a special board meeting that immediately followed its regular monthly board meeting on May 14. 

The Division of Children and Family Services will try to recruit more foster families among health care professionals, educators and businesses.

Honor service of veterans Dear Editor:   Veterans Day is a time for us to pay our respect to those who served in the military. For one day we stand united in respect for our veterans. …

When all is said and done, we should see the results of work taking place at Withrow Springs State Park later this year.

Stephen Roy Hamrick, son of Joyce and Lee Hamrick, died Sunday, May 5, in Oklahoma City after battling complications from a ruptured brain aneurysm. He was 54.

Olen “Woody” Cleveland Woodell, 84, of Springdale; died Saturday, May 11, 2024, at Circle of Life Hospice.  

The Elkins Elks senior track team competed on April 30 in the 3A State Championship in Jessieville.

The Kingston Yellow Jackets as well as the St. Paul Saints competed on April 29 in the 1A State Championships in Quitman on April 29.

It’s that time of year again, with the Huntsville School District’s athletic programs offering a variety of spring pee wee camps.

A Huntsville man was recently found guilty after representing himself in a jury trial in Madison County Circuit Court, fighting a traffic citation he received in June 2023.

The Huntsville Planning Commission approved a new plat for the Highland Park subdivision last week during the panel’s weekly ad hoc meeting. 

By making small improvements, ACT scores are almost to the pre-pandemic numbers, officials at the Huntsville School District announced recently. 

The Highway 23 North bridge on War Eagle Creek, on the south side of Withrow Springs State Park, will be replaced.

Madison County citizens can take advantage of the convenience of obtaining a passport here at home now that the County Clerk’s Office is recognized as a U.S. Passport Acceptance Facility.

The Huntsville School Board voted unanimously to hire a search firm to aid in the search for a new superintendent. At a special board meeting on Monday, the board hired McPherson & Jacobson, LLC, a national firm represented by Dr. Kieth Williams.

It is amazing how time flies. My grandson’s ninth birthday is this week. I can still remember the day (or, actually, the morning) Drake was born. If I want to round up, I could easily say my grandson is 10 years old, which is mind-blowing. I don’t think I feel old, but it wouldn’t take much to push me over the line.

Change in policy needed Dear Editor:   I recently learned a family member of mine was required to do jail time. She was transported to Harrison, and later released. The judge …

Arkansans advocating for issues important to them regularly come to Washington to participate in Hill Day, a time to meet with their senators and representatives and encourage them to support their policy goals.

Kingston FFA Advisor Cheryl Meyers took three students to the FFA State Convention in Hot Springs in April to receive their awards in the program. Peyton Parker received a buckle for being Top …

Nella Helen Steele Tait, age 92, was born in Wharton Creek, AR and died at her farm in Wharton Creek on April 29, 2024, with her family by her side.

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