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 »

S Wills-Bryant wed

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S County officials certify election results

BENTONVILLE -- Benton County election officials finished counting ballots Friday and certified the results of the Nov. 4 general election with no changes in election day outcomes. Continue Reading »

S Gentry Primary School Shining Stars

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S Shining Stars at Gentry Intermediate School

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S Children Benefit From Christmas Card Campaign

Something as simple as a new pair of shoes can significantly boost a student's odds of success in school. Other students might need medication, school supplies, a warm coat or a pair of glasses. Continue Reading »

S Decatur City Council reappoints Decatur Housing Authority commissioners

DECATUR -- The Decatur City Council, during the Nov. 10 regular meeting, approved the appointments of four people whose names were submitted by the Decatur Housing Authority. Continue Reading »

S Hollaway promoted to branch manger at Arvest Bank in Gentry

GENTRY -- Arvest Bank in Siloam Springs announced that Kristi Hollaway accepted a promotion to branch manager of the Gentry location. She will report to Chari Hillenburg, branch administrator for Arvest Bank in Siloam Springs. Continue Reading »

S Obituaries

Bobbie Jean Johns Continue Reading »

S A Little Doctrine for My Kids Continued

What is prayer? Continue Reading »

S Forecasting with an asterisk attached

Announcement! Flash! Extra! Extra! Highway 59 through Gravette is scheduled to receive a hot mix overlay next summer. Motorists will welcome a smooth road compared to the deteriorating road surface, especially inside the city limits. But there is a caveat. Make that an asterisk. *If the funds are available. Continue Reading »

S Thankful for support of Farmers' Market

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S Quilt show continues through Friday

GENTRY -- The annual Gentry Chamber of Commerce Quilt Show began last Friday and runs through Friday of this week and features a large selection of quilts, many of them large quilts. Continue Reading »

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 Gentry couldn't stop Dollarway

PINE BLUFF -- Simeon Blair's pass sailed through the hands of two Gentry defenders and went into the hands of Cameron Girley for a 22-yard completion and a Pine Bluff Dollarway first down. Continue Reading »

S Position switch no problem for Stoufflet

GENTRY -- A little change doesn't faze Dustin Stoufflet. Continue Reading »

S Olvera in wrong place at right time

Editor's Note: Gravette finished its season at Warren on Friday, losing 45 to 7. The Lions were unable to score until the fourth quarter, when Gravette quarterback Bryce Moorman connected with Michael Fowler for a 9-yard touchdown. Cedric Duarte kicked the point after. 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 »

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