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Local 4H Shooters Attend National Competition

Jul 20, 2016 10:07am

Four 4-Hers, three of which were Logan County 4-Hers, and their chaperones traveled to the 2016 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships, held in Grand Island, Neb. on June 28-July 1.

The...

<p><strong>Yard Of The Month</strong></p><p>The Magazine Garden Club selected the home of Wanda West for its Yard of the Month Award for June.</p>

Yard of The Month

Updated: Jul 12, 2016 4:39pm

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<p><strong>Above The Rim? </strong>The Booneville Library kicked off its summer reading program Friday. Children participating in the program had hot dogs and played in bounce-arounds. Above Abigail Schlup, a 6-year old going into the second grade at Booneville Elementary School next fall is through the rim on the Island Hopper inflatable.</p>

Summer Reading Program

Jun 07, 2016 11:04am

The Booneville Library kicked off its summer reading program Friday.

<p><strong>Service Recognized. </strong>Samantha Heavin (center) was recognized for her seven years of service to Farm Bureau members as a member service representative for South Logan Farm Bureau. Rich Hillman (left), Vice President, and Warren Carter, Executive Vice President of Arkansas Farm Bureau recently presented Heavin with the award at the 2016 Arkansas Farm Bureau Member Service Representative Conference in Little Rock. The 80 secretaries receiving awards represented 2,031 years of total service to the counties, ranging from five years of service to 48 years. Arkansas Farm Bureau is a nonprofit, private farm and rural advocacy organization of more than 210,000 families throughout the state working to improve farm and rural life.</p>

Service Recognized

Updated: Jun 07, 2016 11:01am

Samantha Heavin was recently recognized for her seven years of service to Farm Bureau members as a member service representative for South Logan Farm Bureau.

Ladies Swim Classes Set For 25th Year

Jun 07, 2016 10:57am

It is hard to believe that 25 years have passed since Nikki Parker began water exercise classes at the city pool in 1991. Having the summer off between jobs, she led both a morning and evening...

Library Summer Reading Program Starts Friday

May 31, 2016 12:38pm

The Booneville Public Library will present “On Your Mark, Get Set, Read” for children entering kindergarten through sixth grade during the summer break.

Children who sign up on Friday, June...

County Line Grads To Hold Reunion This Weekend

May 31, 2016 12:38pm

The 17th Annual County Line High School Alumni Days Reunion will be held this weekend. The June 3 and 4 events marks the 50th year celebration for members of the Class of 1966.

Friday...

Lunch Fundraiser Set For Local Nurse

May 25, 2016 10:37am

As a nurse with the Area Agency on Aging in Booneville, Beth Roberson is dedicating her life to taking care of the elderly in our area, doing so with a kind and compassionate spirit.

However...

<p><strong>Trike-A-Thon</strong></p><p>On May 6 the children of Joyful Days Daycare conducted their annual St. Judes trike-a-thon. The 14 trike riders, staff and nine volunteers were escorted by the Booneville Police Department to the Assembly of God Church where they enjoyed the morning riding trikes to raise money for kids battling cancer and other diseases. Joyful Days raised $1,519.87 for St. Judes Children’s Research Hospital while teaching valuable riding safety tips to the children. Joyful Days would like to thank Simple Simons, Pizza Italia, Kelli Eaves, Ben Villarreal, the Arkansas Wildlife Officers Association as well as all the family, friends and sponsors donating to the cause.</p>

Trike-A-Thon

May 25, 2016 10:37am

On May 6 the children of Joyful Days Daycare conducted their annual St. Judes trike-a-thon.

<p><strong>Memorial Flag Display. </strong>The Boys &amp; Girls Club of South Logan County will continue, for a fifth year, an annual event to display flags from Memorial Day through Independence Day. The flag array lining the main drive of Oak Hill Cemetery represents memorials to passed family members and service men and women, along with flags displayed in honor of those still serving their families, community, and country. Each flag is displayed with a personalized placard for a sponsorship fee of $25, which in turn helps support the Boys &amp; Girls Club. To sponsor a flag, please complete a sponsorship form, available at the Boys &amp; Girls Club or First Western Bank East Branch, and remit the sponsorship fee of $25 per flag. For more information, contact Rick Scott, Director of the Boys &amp; Girls Club, at 675-2764.</p>

Memorial Flag Display

May 25, 2016 10:37am

The Boys & Girls Club of South Logan County will continue, for a fifth year, an annual event to display flags from Memorial Day through Independence Day

Spring Lake Recreation Area Opening Memorial Day Weekend

May 17, 2016 4:22pm

The Ozark-St. Francis National Forests’ Spring Lake Recreation Area located near Dardanelle and Belleville, will open Friday, May 27.

The 82-acre recreation area features activities visitors...

<p><strong>Cub Scouts</strong> presented the colors.</p>

2016 SOUTH LOGAN COUNTY RELAY FOR LIFE

May 10, 2016 12:51pm

The South Logan County Relay For Life was held Friday.

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