S Gravette UMC announces upcoming services, classes

Eric Meyer, pastor of the Gravette United Methodist Church, has announced that the church, located at 202 Akron Street, N.E., has several activities planned in the next few months. The congregation invites the public to join them as they begin an Advent Bible study on Sunday evening, Nov. 30. The study will focus on the birth of Jesus through his mother's eyes and will continue on Sunday evenings through Dec. 21, with meetings from 6 to 7:30 each evening. Continue Reading »

S Hometown Events

Gentry Lodge #222 will be again hosting its annual Scholarship Fund Chili Supper with homemade desserts on Friday, Nov. 21. Chili will be served from 5 until 8 p.m., with all proceeds going toward the Gentry High School Scholarship Program. The lodge is located at 1469 Gentry Blvd., one block north of the Arkansas Highways 12 and 59 intersection, on the east side ... Sulphur Springs Special Events Committee members will present their 10th annual "Dessert Auction" Sunday, Nov. 23, at 3 p.m., in the Shiloh Conference Center. Proceeds go to pay the cost of holiday food baskets for local families in Gravette, Sulphur Springs and the surrounding area. Dwayne Craig will be the auctioneer. Continue Reading »

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S G.M.C.H. Ole Timers Enjoy Lunch

The Ole Timers from Gravette Medical Center Hospital met Wednesday, Nov. 5, at The Gallery Cafe in Decatur for lunch. We always have a good time of visiting with old friends. Continue Reading »

S Maysville News

Well, the weather report Sunday was sort of confusing. They kept saying snow will be here this afternoon or maybe tomorrow. It turned out to be right for Sunday afternoon. Continue Reading »

S Hiwasse News

We've had a touch of winter this week with the sleet on Saturday and snow on Sunday. Continue Reading »

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S Gentry Primary School Shining Stars

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S Shining Stars at Gentry Intermediate School

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S Rural Health Day set for Nov. 20 at Ozarks Community Hospital in Gravette

GRAVETTE -- Ozarks Community Hospital in Gravette will be joining the nation Thursday, Nov. 20, in celebrating the importance of providing healthcare access to rural communities. Continue Reading »

S OCH fall festival draws crowd

GRAVETTE -- An estimated 300 visitors attended the Ozarks Community Hospital fall festival this year and were treated to a variety of entertaining activities. There was fun for all ages as the festival events unfolded in the parking lot and inside the hospital. Continue Reading »

S Keller's Candies holds sweet grand opening

Keller continues family tradition

GRAVETTE -- Thoughts turn to food at this time of year; but any time is a good time to indulge one's sweet tooth and Julene Keller, owner of Keller's Candies on Main Street in Gravette, is willing and able to satisfy that desire. Continue Reading »

S Hometown Events

The Midway Pentecostal Church of Decatur is hosting a hat and glove giveaway on Nov. 15 from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. at the Decatur Depot. Due to the generosity of several sponsors, the church has enough hat and glove combinations to fit 600 children and adults. The giveaway is open to any resident of Decatur or the surrounding area. The Decatur train depot is located at 249 S. Main in Decatur. For more information, contact Delores Guthrie at 795-4407. Continue Reading »

S Maysville News

We have been having nice fall weather but the report is that a change is coming this week, cold temperatures and possibly some freezing rain and snow for the weekend. Clay Threlkeld, the 14-year-old son of Mike and the late Connie Threlkeld, killed an eight-point buck Nov. 2. Clay is the grandson of Jan and the late Chet Janes. He is a freshman at Ramay Junior High in Fayetteville and plays football for the Ramay Indians. I have a new great-granddaughter, the daughter of Seth and Melody Tucker and granddaughter of Steve and Susan Tucker of Bella Vista. Her name is Mercie June Tucker. Continue Reading »

S Hiwasse News

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton have returned home after spending the weekend in Mountain View at the folk music festival. Continue Reading »

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