BRTC enrollment down just over 6%
Randolph Countians honor war veterans on National POW/MIA Day
Chamber approves new board members; discuss possibility of Christmas Parade
County’s active cases for COVID-19 now 45
Pocahontas School Board evaluating overcrowding issues
Honoring the victims of 9/11

News

BRTC enrollment down just over 6%

POCAHONTAS — Following the hard impact of COVID-19 on the nation and world, schools and, no doubt the teachers, faced a huge obstacle to overcome.

Randolph Countians honor war veterans on National POW/MIA Day

POCAHONTAS—The VFW Ladies Auxiliary of VFW Post 4556 paid special tribute to the prisoners of war and those missing in action on Friday at the Randolph County Courthouse.

Chamber approves new board members; discuss possibility of Christmas Parade

POCAHONTAS — During Thursday’s monthly Randolph County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors meeting at the historic courthouse, the Board approved newly-elected, incoming members to serve on Boar

Opinion

It’s time for Northeast Arkansas to stand

The clock is ticking on the 2020 Census and time is running out. We’re one week out from the September 30 response deadline and communities across Northeast Arkansas are trailing behind.

Did You Know? You can be your own lawyer in small claims court

So what happens when you need to sue someone for $4,000.00 but it costs at least $2,500 to hire the lawyer and you don’t have the money?

I want to take this opportunity to let each of you know that I have enjoyed and have found purpose in the privilege of writing Guest Writer comments that were included on the editorial page of the

Sports

Pocahontas Junior `Skins topple Highland to improve to 2-1

POCAHONTAS – The Junior Redskin football team improved to 2-1 on the season Thursday night at Schoonover Stadium with a 38-6 defeat over Highland.

Undefeated Redskins prepare for Rivercrest bout this Friday

POCAHONTAS – Coming off last week’s bye round, the Redskin football team will host an also-undefeated Rivercrest Colts’ squad Friday night at Schoonover Stadium in what will be their first 4A-3 con

 Redskins dominate in 35-8 win over Paragould

POCAHONTAS — The Redskin football team did it on both sides of the ball Friday night at Schoonover Stadium, putting up 35 points in the first half, before bringing in the second team to finish the

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