POCAHONTAS- During the March 15th Randolph County Chamber of Commerce monthly meeting held at the Old Courthouse, Chamber Executive Director Tim Scott stated that the Dairy Queen franchise, who rec

POCAHONTAS- Although engineers still expect bridge completion before the end of 2018, due to heavy rainfall and the excavation of harder-than-expected rock at the bottom of the river, construction

RAVENDEN SPRINGS- A project for which the Randolph County Tourism Association has been working on for over a decade has now come to fruition as the historic and geologically unique Hall’s Creek Can


Tuesday, the first day of Spring, was wet and cold. Those hoping for more spring-like weather during the annual school spring break have been out of luck so far.

LITTLE ROCK – The legislature completed its special session after addressing all of the issues on its agenda.

This week’s column will conclude our study of the sayings of our ancestors. Both local profundities and centuries old sayings of the advancing Upland South frontier will be included.


The 10th annual Jammin’ In the Jungle Basketball Tournament will be held April 13-14.

The event is sponsored by the Pocahontas Project Graduation.

POCAHONTAS- Coming off an 8-3 loss to Piggott last Tuesday, an 8-5 loss to Brookland on Thursday and then an 8-7 loss to Harrisburg on Friday, the Redskins came back home to blow out Cave City 13-2

BROOKLAND- Before heading into Spring Break this week, the Pocahontas Lady Redskin softball team closed out last week with a 10-3 loss to Riverside in the first round of the Brookland Bearcat Blast

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