Randolph County had its first two confirmed cases of COVID-19 last week, with the first officially announced on Thursday, March 26. The second case was confirmed shortly after.
By Brandon Smith Star Herald Staff
POCAHONTAS – The local BRAD food bank received a truck load of 13 pallets of food on Wednesday morning. The food came from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
The NEA Regional Intermodal Authority continues to prove why it is one of Arkansas’s fastest growing economic development organizations, said Executive Director Graycen Bigger.
Please take steps to protect yourself. The ADH recommends:
Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
Please take all recommended precautions. If not concerned for your own safety, be concerned that you could spread it. Urge your family, friends and neighbors to stay safe too.
Mike went on a “walk about”. When he got back I noticed mud on the bathroom rug. Closer to bedtime, he went in to shower.
By Jana Caldwell
Crowley’s Ridge College and Pioneer Athletics announced the hiring of a new head coach and new assistant coach.
POCAHONTAS – All city recreational facilities will remain closed to the public through April 30, Pocahontas Mayor Keith Sutton said Monday. The situation will be reevaluated at that time.
Due to the latest information regarding COVID-19, the Jammin’ in the Jungle basketball tournament has been postponed until further notice.
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