News

Pocahontas Chief of Police Cecil Tackett reminds motorists that with the arrival of summer there will be more pedestrian and bike traffic on city streets and drivers need to be cautious.

POCAHONTAS – As work continues on the new Highway 67 Black River Bridge, recently, due to water infiltration into one of the piers, the pier is having to be removed and replaced.

POCAHONTAS– During the May 10 Quorum Court meeting, Randolph County Judge David Jansen formed a committee to address the growing need for storage space at the Randolph County Courthouse and annex b

Opinion

We are reading about dark money spending to influence the Arkansas elections - especially the Court of Appeals race and an Arkansas Supreme Court seat.

This column is being written in confluence with preparations for the Maynard Pitch Parlor potluck on Monday night. Much contemplation is required.

LITTLE ROCK – When Arkansas voters go to the polls for the primary elections on May 22, or if they vote early beginning May 7, they will have to present a government-issued photo ID in order to get

Sports

Lady Redskin senior Adrian Natalie Toney, below, and sophomore Redskin Brian Lemm, right, would both take home awards at the Meet of Champions 2018 on Saturday, May 12, at Lake Hamilton High School

2017-18 PHS Baseball Team: (Bottom L to R) Zac Barber, Brody Hausmann, Jaden Young, Elijah White, Dawson Chester, (Back L to R) Bradley Baltz, Wilson Rutter, Charley White, Jared Baltz, Matthew Way

BATESVILLE – The Pocahontas Redskin baseball team finished off their 2018 season last Thursday, May 3, at Southside Batesville with their 16-6 loss to Central Arkansas Christian in the first round

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