POCAHONTAS—On Friday morning, April 5, a memorial garden groundbreaking ceremony was held on the north side of the Law Enforcement Training Academy (LETA) building at BRTC to honor those officers who lost their lives in the line of duty.
POCAHONTAS—The 2019 Founder’s Day committee has been busy putting together, what many believe to be, one of the greatest Founder’s Day celebrations ever to be held in Randolph County.
POCAHONTAS—During Tuesday night’s monthly Pocahontas City Council meeting at City Hall, Randolph County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Tim Scott presented a proposal to the Council for their consideration in partnering together to establish a new brand.
CORNING—The NEA Regional Intermodal Facilities Authority Board of Directors expressed optimism on becoming an affiliate with the Arkansas Community Foundation Thursday, March 28, in their monthly meeting at the Corning
POCAHONTAS—The Randolph County Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for their annual business expo and job fair, which will be held Thursday, April 11, at Black River Technical College. Chamber