News

POCAHONTAS - The Randolph County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors discussed updates on the new Black River Bridge construction last Thursday following the catastrophic flood event at the firs

POCAHONTAS- The Pocahontas City Council held a special-called meeting on May 18 to pass an ordinance which would waive the bidding process for repairs to buildings and structures damaged by the flo

Opinion

Our community is very appreciative of the amount of donations and help that has come into the county as a result of the recent flooding.

Jake Foster believes he’s the only Randolph Countian still living who escaped the 1927 flood in Pocahontas. But, he doesn’t remember it because he was only one year old. Seems his parents, Mr.

The subject of unusual names was briefly addressed in last week’s column. It is a fertile field for Randolph County nostalgia and lore.

Sports

CABOT- Pocahontas junior, Natalie Toney, came in fifth place, totaling 3,863 points, in the State Individuals Heptathlon held at Cabot High School on May 17-18 in which 69 contestants from all over

JONESBORO - CityYouth Minisitries of Jonesboro will be honoring five Pocahontas Redskin athletes chosen by the Jonesboro Sun as “Best Under the Sun” in recognition of their vast athletic achievemen

Matt Clutter, a Pocahontas sixth grader, points out exactly where he’s going to throw as he sets and aims during the Tennis Ball Throw event.

 

The Star Herald

 

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