Voices of Masonic walking tour was held Saturday, October 24th at the Masonic Cemetery in Pocahontas. The event, hosted by Five Rivers Historic Preservation, was enjoyed by many.
This year’s fall turned cold and wet quickly. This has damaged many warm loving plants, but some cold crops are thriving right now.
The Randolph County Chamber of Commerce voted to postpone the annual Agri Expo scheduled for 2021 until 2022 after the Lawrence County Board voted not to host the event at its regular meeting Oct. 23.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson held his weekly briefing on Tuesday and reported a total of 952 new cases for a total of 107,690 cases to date.
The Vote Against Issue 2 and Issue 3 campaign brought a 10-foot Trojan Horse to Pocahontas on Monday to illustrate that they consider Issue 2 and Issue 3 to be sneaky, dirty tricks by politicians in the legislature.