POCAHONTAS—The City of Pocahontas and Pocahontas Fire Department will host their annual 4th of July fireworks display Thursday, July 4, at Riverfront Park.
Four blackberry varieties are currently available at the farmers market in Pocahontas. They freeze very well to use later this season during your holiday meals.
By Kristina Townsend Special To Star Herald
POCAHONTAS—As severe storm systems made their way through Randolph County Sunday afternoon, many local residents found themselves without power for a few days.
By Brandon Smith Star Herald Staff
According to news reports the U.S. averted going to war with Iran after Donald Trump called off a mission to bomb a facility at the last moment.
By Anita Murphy
LITTLE ROCK – The legislature updated Arkansas school choice laws when it approved Act 754 of 2019 earlier this year.
Events such as the fourth Sunday in June Homecoming at Palestine used to be common throughout the Upland South.
By Harmon Seawel
Groups and individuals are invited to join in The Great Eleven Point River Float, to be held Saturday, June 29, hosted by the Randolph County Tourism Association and sponsored by Perry Properties,
Redskin upcoming senior third baseman and pitcher, Charley White, bats during their May 23 home opener against Greene County Tech.
The Dolphins Swim Team took 2nd place at the Greene County Meet on Saturday, June 8, 2019. Forty-seven Dolphin swimmers competed to collect a total of 606 points.
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