Pocahontas Police officers Trason Johnson and Justin Bowers were presented the department’s Life-Saving Award on May 7 for their recent heroic actions in saving the lives of two young men.
BRTC held its Spring Commencement May 16, in the Randolph County Development Center. BRTC awarded 256 degrees and certificates to 224 graduates.
Graycen Bigger, executive director of the NEA Intermodal Facilities Authority, spoke about several key statistics regarding the Intermodal’s strategic plan as well as their desire to bring in a community foundation during the May 15 Pocahontas Rotary luncheon.
Row crop farmers throughout Randolph County are still waiting on drier weather to be able to get out into the fields to plant crops.
POCAHONTASFollowing a special meeting Tuesday afternoon at City Hall with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Pocahontas City Council approved a motion to terminate the CAP Section 205 Flood