POCAHONTAS – Northeast Arkansas Regional Intermodal Facilities Authority Executive Director Graycen Bigger was guest speaker at the quarterly Randolph County Chamber of Commerce Power Breakfast Wed

Many property owners in Randolph County may have received “Notices of Change in Assessment” letters in the mail this week as the assessor’s office sent out the first of the notices on Monday.

POCAHONTAS – Five Rivers Medical Center was nationally recognized Thursday afternoon, July 12, with two awards from the American Heart Association which included the 2018 Quality Achievement Award


Cubert, as a young boy, remembers the time an insurance salesman showed up at their house.

Mike was telling a story about his younger years and duck hunting.

Having told hunting and fishing stories about the Palestinians ad infinitum, it is perhaps time for a different genre of expression.


Mason Priest, an upcoming fifth grader, gets ready to pass as he dribbles back on the layup drill Monday morning. Also pictured is former Redskin star point guard Trevor Overbay


MAUMELLE – The NEA Heat baseball team, which featured nine players from Pocahontas, won the 7AA USSSA State Championship in Maumelle, Ark. on June 29 – July 1.


Pocahontas Auto Body finished first place in the league and the end-of-season tournament this season in tee-ball


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