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Homer Neil Lisle, 81, of Huntsville died, Tuesday, May 7, 2024, at his home. 

Kolton Reynolds, a 2022 graduate of Huntsville High School and an outfielder for the Crowder  (Mo.) College Roughrider, has been named Region 16 Player of the Year.

Jake Roddy of Huntsville will be riding bulls during Saturday’s Spurrin’ Sky High rodeo event, which is presented by his brother Logan’s 3 Ring Rodeo Company. It will be Jake’s second time riding in Logan’s Spurs and Cleats Tour, following his participation in the April 6 show in Bentonville. Jake said that show was packed with fans, and he hopes and expects Huntsville fans to turn out Saturday at Sky High Arena.

Professional bull riding will be on display Saturday at Sky High Arena when 3 Ring Rodeo Company presents Spurrin’ Sky High beginning at 7 p.m.

Matt Cleaver, Huntsville Market President, CS Bank, is pleased to announce the promotion of Mrs. April Logue to Branch Manager for CS Bank’s Huntsville location. 

The Washington/Madison County Drug Treatment Court seeks to break the revolving cycle of incarceration and addiction for defendants who run an abnormally high risk of going to prison, said Fourth Judicial Circuit Judge Cristi R. Beaumont, who presides over the court.

Ongoing projects at Withrow Springs State Park will interrupt the flow of traffic and limit access to War Eagle Creek, but Assistant Superintendent Adam Leslie said the improvements will be worthwhile.

The Huntsville City Council authorized Mayor Travis Dotson to seek bids for a security system for City Hall and passed on its third reading an ordinance allowing city employees to do limited business with the city.

Sixteen Huntsville High School seniors participated in the SkillsUSA National Signing Day event held at the Career and Technical Education Center on May 7.

The Huntsville School District does not qualify for a specific kind of funding that would have made lunches free for the entire district next school year, the Huntsville School Board learned Monday night.

Huntsville Mayor Travis Dotson had a message for the employees of Ducommun during a luncheon on May 8 celebrating the company’s 175 years of continuous operation: “If you’re not familiar with Ducommun, you’re not familiar with Huntsville, Arkansas.”

Have you visited our own Huntsville Farmers Market yet this year? A surprising array of homegrown and handmade offerings are sure to please you. The market is open on Tuesdays on the Huntsville Square, and on Saturdays in its new roomier location in the overflow parking lot of the  Madison County Courthouse. The hours are 7:00 AM to noon on both days.

The U.S. Capitol is home to many historic artifacts and unique works of art. It is sometimes referred to as a shrine to America, and for good reason – from the architecture to the work that takes place inside, it embodies the story of our country like nothing else could.

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.

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