POCAHONTAS—The Black River Technical College Board of Trustees held their quarterly meeting Thursday, Nov. 7, at the Gaines Technology Center where they discussed several updates, most notably the receiving of $250,000 in grant funds to be used for new and existing programs.
POCAHONTAS—This year’s Make-A-Wish “Wish Kid,” Chase McDonnough, a 2019 PHS graduate, was home from his first semester of college Friday, Nov. 8, to attend the long-awaited, grand reveal and dedication of the newly-completed “Chase McDonnough Courts” – a project McDonnough very unselfishly used his wish on for a complete renovation of the Pocahontas tennis courts at Thomas O. Marr Park.
Pocahontas City Council aldermen heard a proposal from local company, GNC Industries, Inc., during their regular monthly meeting Tuesday night regarding the possible purchase of a cityowned building located in east Pocahontas.
POCAHONTAS—The annual Randolph County Veteran’s Day ceremony was held Monday at the courthouse, where chief of staff for the Poplar Bluff, Mo.VA Medical Center, Dr. Donald Gagliano, was guest speaker.
RAVENDEN SPRINGS, AR – Today the Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission (ANHC), a division of Arkansas Heritage, dedicated Hall’s Creek Canyon Natural Area (NA) in Randolph County. Thanks to a generous