Greg McCone, head coach of the Huntsville Lady Eagles basketball team, said his players have high goals for the upcoming season that begins at Clarksville on Nov. 6 and are willing to do the work to realize them.
Huntsville High School senior Dixie Emmot has moxie. As co-cheer captain for the Huntsville Eagles Cheer team, you can find her on the sidelines, cheering for the Huntsville Eagles football and basketball teams.
The Huntsville Eagles dropped a hard-fought campaign against the Green Forest Tigers on Friday night, 14-6, falling to 0-9 overall this season and 0-6 in 4A-1. The loss on Senior Night eliminates Huntsville from playoff contention. Mist and slippery conditions might have played into the loss, but for the most part, it was a low-scoring game that saw both sides affected by penalties and turnovers. Huntsville made its lone touchdown early in the first quarter and was unable to break into the end zone again. Green Forest also made its first touchdown early, not to score again until the closing minutes of the contest.
Editor’s Note: This article is from newspaper articles about the crime from 1991, that included interviews with Sabrina’s mother, as well as court documents related to the arrest and the former arrest of the alleged killer that put him behind bars for life without parole in 2019 in another murder.
Party filing for all Democratic and Republican offices (including nonpartisan filing) begins at noon on Nov. 6 and ends at noon on Nov. 14. The nonpartisan filing period will end at 3 p.m. on those dates.
The issue of a new roll-off truck for the Madison County Solid Waste & Recycling Department remains unresolved and could come before the quorum court again at its November meeting, County Judge Larry Garrett said.
Madison County is on track for the new sheriff’s office and detention center, with a round of rebidding set for Nov. 15, Jason Roberts, project manager for Smith-Doyle Contractors, Inc., said.
JASPER — After a town hall meeting last Thursday, proponents of turning public land around the Buffalo National River into a national park preserve said they would step back from the idea. The following day, a website touting the benefits of re-designating the land was taken down.
Our neighbors in Mis- souri were the latest to invite me to a Farm Bill listening tour in their rural communi- ties. Show Me State producers shared their visions for the Farm Bill, and they mirrored what I heard in the other 16 states I visited.
Thanks to Tempel Dear Editor: I would like to publicly thank Julie Tempel, former Kingston Library director, for her service to the Kingston community and particularly to my family. …
Cold temperatures and heavy rain kept me indoors for most of the weekend, which I thought was fine. I enjoyed viewing our massive dose of fall weather from the confines of my living room. I did get …
Norris Clyde Burnett, 84, of Elkins, passed away Saturday, Oct. 28, 2023, at Willard Walker Hospice, Fayetteville.
Gary Steven Chaudoin passed away at home on Oct. 26, 2023, after a short bout with ALS. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, and brother. He gave his life to Jesus Christ at a young age and was a member of Fellowship Bible Church of Fayetteville.
Patsy Louise Spurlock, 74, of Huntsville, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2023, at Meadowview Healthcare and Rehab, Huntsville.
Billy Faulkner of Elkins, died Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2023, at Washington Regional Medical Center, Fayetteville.
Jayson Daniel Allred, 40, of Huntsville passed away Friday, Oct. 27, 2023, in Wesley.
Kingston hosted its first home game of the season on Friday night. The junior girls started the night with the final score, Kingston, 21, Ozark Mountain School District (OMSD), 36. Reese Pittman led the team with nine points followed by Whitlee Stacey with four points, Clara Huber with four points, Kylee Weaver with two points and Keirra Williams with two points.
River Gosvener, head coach of the Huntsville Eagles basketball team, has high hopes for the upcoming season and attributes his aspiration to his players, who have been working hard in the off-season.
The Elkins Elks advanced to a 9-0 season record and an 8-0, 4A-1 conference-leading record after beating the Gentry Pioneers on Oct. 27, 54-0. The Elks will travel to Lincoln to face the Wolves at 7 p.m. Friday.
Holiday shoppers will have an opportunity to find some new and different items for sale in downtown Huntsville on Nov. 11, when the Basham Building will be the site of the first Holiday Market from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.