POCAHONTASFollowing a special meeting Tuesday afternoon at City Hall with the U.S.
By Brandon Smith Star Herald Staff
POCAHONTAS – The Black River Technical College Board of Trustees held their quarterly meeting on Thursday, May 9 on the Pocahontas campus at which BRTC Interim Vice President of Academics Sissy Gra
The Metro Singers from St. Louis, Mo., perform at the Project REACH Homecoming held Saturday, May 11, at the Dalton Historic Sites.
The City and County are terminating a flood study partnership with the Corps of Engineers and will attempt to deal with the Black River flooding issues by establishing development districts.
By Anita Murphy
One of the great enjoyments of writing this column is hearing from readers of the Star Herald from many states.
Pocahontas and Randolph County lost one of its most ardent advocates with the death of former Mayor of Pocahontas Frank Bigger.
By Anita Murphy
POCAHONTAS—Chase McDonnough, a Pocahontas High School senior, was revealed as this year’s Make-A-Wish grand prize recipient at Thursday night’s athletic awards banquet where he unselfishly chose to
The Williams Baptist University Golf Tournament will be Friday, May 17, at Sage Meadows Country Club in Jonesboro. The 4-person scramble begins with lunch at 12 p.m. and tee time at 1 p.m.
BATESVILLE—The Lady Redskins competed in the Arkansas 4A State Track Meet Tuesday, April 30, at Batesville’s Pioneer Stadium where they would place 14th overall out of 31 schools.
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