News

Eighteen percent of the 10,160 registered voters cast votes in the Preferential Primary election held Tuesday.

POCAHONTAS – The Northeast Arkansas Regional Intermodal Facilities Authority agreed to pursue a proposal from Boyette Strategic Advisors out of Little Rock for the development of an economic develo

Pocahontas High School Commencement was held Friday, May 19, at Schoonover Stadium. The welcome was given by Katelyn Frances Bigger, Senior Class president.

Opinion

A resident wondered if the current construction of the new U.S. Highway 67 north bound bridge across Black River is taking longer than previous bridge constructions at that site.

Since I have written extensively about the Fourche River Valley families in the stretch between the Wilson Hole and the Decker bridge on Highway 328, I will detour and offer some remembrances of th

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

Sports

POCAHONTAS – In just a few short months, the Pocahontas Redskins will be kicking off their 2018 football season, first with a scrimmage game at Valley View on August 17, and then their season opene

Paragould- Last Saturday, May 19, the Blaze 8U girls softball team competed in the May Mayhem Tournament at Rotary Fields in Paragould where they went undefeated and placed first in their division.

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

The Star Herald

 

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