POCAHONTAS—Melanie Briner, program eligibility coordinator for the Arkansas Department of Human Services (DHS), was guest speaker at the July 17 Pocahontas Rotary luncheon where she spoke about SNAP (Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program) and its impact on the local community.
CORNING—The Northeast Arkansas Regional Intermodal Facilities Authority announced they not only met their goal of $15,000 matching funds needed to establish a local Arkansas Community Foundation affiliate office, but exceeded the goal to officially move forward with the project.
POCAHONTAS—The Randolph County Chamber of Commerce officially announced plans for their Centennial Celebration, which will be held Monday, October 21, 2019, at 6 p.m. at Black River Technical College.
Five Rivers Animal Aid and the Randolph County Humane Society are proud to announce a new spay and neuter program which has been made possible by grants from the Arkansas Animal Rescue Foundation.
POCAHONTAS—Engineers with Nabholz, Inc., construction management firm for the Pocahontas School District’s new elementary school, said Monday having the school ready by August 2020 as initially projected will be difficult due to the amount of rainfall received this year.