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    One Killed In Wreck Outside Strawberry On Saturday

    At 3:20 pm on Saturday the Strawberry Volunteer Fire Department was paged to a two vehicle head on accident on Hwy 230 just west of Strawberry. Cave City Fire, Sharp County Sheriff’s Department, Arkansas State Police and medical units were also sent to the scene. […]

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    Semi Collision Results in Two Fatalities on Hwy. 63 Outside of Imboden

    At 3:40 pm, Lawrence County Dispatch center received a report of a near head on crash , on Highway 63 near the Imboden water tower, between a north bound semi truck and a south bound BNSF railroad truck. A third vehicle also belonging to BNSF […]

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    Walnut Ridge Business & Professional Women are selling Chocolate dipped Strawberries

    Walnut Ridge Business & Professional Women are selling Chocolate dipped Strawberries to support a scholarship fund for Lawrence County Senior Girls. 1 Dozen Strawberries – $15.00 1 Dz. Strawberries & 1 long stem rose – $20.00 1 Dz. Strawberries & a floral arrangement – $40.00 […]

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    Davidsonville Candle Making Workshop

    Davidsonville Candle Making Workshop February 21, 8-11 a.m. Join the park interpreter at Davidsonville Historic State Park to learn the history of candle making and make your own hand dipped candles. The registration deadline is February 19 and participants must be at least 12 years […]

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    February is American Heart Month

    About every 25 seconds, an American will have a coronary event. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States and is a major cause of disability. The most common heart disease in the United States is coronary heart disease, which often […]

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    Lifetime licenses for senior citizens remain available

    LITTLE ROCK – Don’t worry, you older hunters and fishermen. The popular lifetime licenses for Arkansans 65 and older are still valid and can still be purchased. Many thousands of outdoors people have purchased these over the years, and they can be used as in […]

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