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<p><strong>Roof removed</strong>. The building at 101 North Broadway in Booneville suffered damage during a severe thunderstorm Sunday night.</p>

Storm Rips Off Roof Of Downtown Building

Apr 16, 2014 11:52am

Already froth with holes in the form of empty buildings, downtown Booneville got a few more holes Sunday night courtesy of Mother Nature, and one man watched it all happen.

At about 8:45 p.m...

<p><strong>Personal issue.</strong> Sally Hardin (front, left) enjoys an outing with Booneville Human Development Center clients Wilma Daniel and Alice Daniel for whom she serves as guardian. Hardin has been reappointed to the Board of Developmental Disabilities Services which advocates the state’s five HDCs.</p>


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Former Clinton Foe Decries ‘Clinton Hatred’

Mar 26, 2014 10:56am

LITTLE ROCK — Former conservative journalist David Brock returned to Arkansas for the first time in 19 years to give a talk Tuesday on what he called “a culture of Clinton hatred” that he said he...

Shoffner Says She’s Out Of Money

Mar 26, 2014 10:54am

LITTLE ROCK — Former Arkansas treasurer Martha Shoffner on Tuesday asked a federal judge for a court-appointed attorney, saying in a court filing that she has exhausted her financial resources....

McDaniel: Arkansas Won’t Join Egg Lawsuit

Mar 26, 2014 10:53am

LITTLE ROCK — Attorney General Dustin McDaniel said Tuesday he has decided not to join in a lawsuit challenging California’s restrictions on egg imports.

California’s law banning the sale of...


Lewter To Fill SRO Position

Mar 26, 2014 8:46am

Levi Lewter, a Booneville High School graduate, will be the first student resource officer with the Booneville School District, Booneville Police Chief Al Brown announced last week.


<p><strong>History study</strong>. Bill Chism (foreground) looks at photographs taken through the years of the Dr. Stephen Chism House as well as photographs of the restoration project by Paul Glidewell (back, left). Also pictured is archaeologist Larry Porter has also worked extensively at the Chism House site.</p>

Last Descendant Visits Chism House

Mar 26, 2014 8:46am

The final direct male descendant of Dr. Steve and Janetta Chism’s visited the Chism House for the first time last week.

A native of Seattle, Wash., Bill Chism said he had never been to...


New Blaine Man Charged With Murder

Mar 26, 2014 8:46am

Josh Johnson, the New Blaine man being held in the Logan County Detention Center in Paris in connection with the Wednesday, March 19 shooting death of his ex-wife, Lora Karras, 30, of Scranton,...

Charges Dropped In Home Invasion Case

Mar 26, 2014 8:46am

Fifteenth Judicial District Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Brian Mueller on Friday moved to dismiss charges against two men and a woman accused of a home invasion in Magazine last March.


<p><strong>General Improvement Funds</strong></p><p>State. Rep. Jon Eubanks, (third from right) presents a check for $15,000 from the state’s General Improvement Fund to Booneville Water Department Superintendent David Hardin. Hardin accepted the check on behalf of the city of Booneville as the funds will be used for improvements to the city’s water supply lake. Improvements will include better lake access and parking and improved boat ramp access. Also pictured above are (from left) Booneville Mayor Jerry Wilkins, Water Commissioner Keith Olsen and Logan County Judge Gus Young. The city and county are working together on the project, which will begin later this spring.</p>

General Improvement Funds

Mar 26, 2014 8:45am

General Improvement Funds

State. Rep. Jon Eubanks, (third from right) presents a check for $15,000 from the state’s General Improvement Fund to Booneville Water Department Superintendent...

County Considering Vicious Dog Ordinance

Mar 26, 2014 8:44am

The Logan County Quorum Court is considering an ordinance that would prohibit owning or housing a “dangerous dog” by county residents and put restrictions on those who now own a “dangerous dog.”...

Some Still Hopeful For State Employees’ Pay Raise

Mar 23, 2014 5:05am

LITTLE ROCK — An association that lobbies for state employees is not giving up on the idea of a 1 percent pay increase in the coming fiscal year, though Gov. Mike Beebe and state finance officials...

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