POCAHONTAS—The Randolph County Chamber of Commerce held their regular monthly meeting Thursday, Nov. 14, in which new Chamber Board President Erin Kerley-Mathews gave her first address to the Board since being named to the position this fall.
Third grade teachers from M.D. Williams Intermediate School along with M.D. Williams Principal Shannon Fish completed their Connections training on Oct. 23-25 and Nov. 13-15.
POCAHONTAS—Rebecca O’Donnell, charged with murdering former Arkansas State Representative and Senator Linda Collins, will appear in Randolph County Circuit Court Friday at 10:30 a.m. for her next scheduled hearing.
POCAHONTAS—Justices passed an ordinance to accept a $52,190.54 grant for an automated records system for the Randolph County Circuit Clerk’s Office during their Nov. 14 regular monthly meeting at the courthouse.
POCAHONTAS—The Black River Technical College Board of Trustees held their quarterly meeting Thursday, Nov. 7, at the Gaines Technology Center where they discussed several updates, most notably the receiving of $250,000 in grant funds to be used for new and existing programs.