Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center (ASBTDC) at Arkansas State University will host “Fishing for Talent: Recruiting and Retention” seminar in Cherokee Village, Thursday, July 8, at the Spring River Innovation Hub, 7 East Cherokee Village Mall. The seminar runs from 1-3 p.m.
Special Agents of the Arkansas State Police Criminal Investigation Division are continuing their work today assisting Sharp County sheriff’s deputies in developing leads and collecting evidence connected to the apparent murders of two women and the assault on a third.
The suspect was in stable condition at last update while the officers were uninjured.
The vacated Randolph County District Court judge seat was officially filled on Monday as Alex Bigger, the former city attorney for Pocahontas, was sworn in.
Stunning allegations against a current district judge and judicial candidate were revealed in a lawsuit filed Monday.
Judge Mark R. Johnson, longtime resident of Sharp County, announced his candidacy for District Judge (Position 1) of the Eleventh Judicial District serving Randolph, Lawrence, and Sharp counties.
A sad day for fans of Hardy’s most well known BBQ restaurant
Local attorney Alex Bigger is pleased to announce his candidacy for District Judge of the Eleventh Judicial District.
A mistrial was declared today in the criminal case against Josh Trivitt.
A police officer is going to trial for felony brutality that left a Sharp County man disabled.