Students at Alma Spikes Elementary School make their way to the buses Monday afternoon at the end of their first day of school.
POCAHONTAS—In the second installment of the Randolph County Heritage Museum’s summer lecture series Monday night, Dr.
POCAHONTAS—Last week the City of Pocahontas closed on 10 acres of land on the northwest corner of Valley Drive and Apache in Pocahontas for a new city shop at a cost of $5,000 an acre.
PARAGOULD – At their quarterly board of trustees meeting Thursday, August 2, BRTC Vice President of Academics Dr.
A.I.D. Temporary Services’ roof is shown next to their location on Commerce Drive in east Pocahontas after being completely blown off during Monday afternoon’s severe storm.