POCAHONTAS – As work is nearing completion on the new city shop facilities located off Highway 62 West, workers are hoping to start moving in as early as two weeks. The new shop is being
Kiwanis President, , Clarence Ungerank, presents Jennifer Reed and Brenda Davis a donation for the Randolph County Make a Wish.
POCAHONTAS – Randolph County Sheriff Kevin Bell says the new inmate work release program could begin as early as this summer if approved by the Quorum Court this month.
POCAHONTAS — Black River Technical College president Dr. Martin Eggensperger singed an agreement with Arkansas State University (ASU) president Dr. Kelly Damphousse to offer the Bachelor of Applied Science to BRTC students without students having to ever leave Pocahontas or Paragould.
Randolph Countians picked President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden in the Presidential primary election held Tuesday.