A commodity distribution for Randolph County is scheduled for Wednesday March 11, 2020 from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. or while food supply last. The distribution will take place at the Calvary Missionary Baptist Church located at 17723 Hwy 90 West in Ravenden Springs, AR. and at the Pocahontas Community Center located at 205 Geneva Street Pocahontas, AR. Participants may choose one location to pick up their food.
POCAHONTAS – Rebecca O’Donnell, accused of killing former state Sen. Linda Collins, was back in Randolph County Circuit Court Friday, Feb. 28, where the judge set court dates for ensuing motions and attorney deadlines in regard to the various case matters.
Wilma Morris, 92 of Pocahontas, died Wednesday February 19, 2020, at Five Rivers Medical Center in Pocahontas. She was born
POCAHONTAS – President of Black River Technical College, Dr. Martin Eggensperger, spoke at the Feb. 19 Pocahontas Rotary luncheon about recent happenings at BRTC and how the college is continuing to embrace their technical heritage with the offering of several new programs.
SHARP COUNTY – A former security officer in Sharp County filed a civil rights lawsuit against Sharp County District Judge Mark Johnson and Sharp County Sheriff Mark Counts Monday, Feb. 24, alleging she was fired because Johnson wanted a younger security officer.