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Happy anniversary, Little T’s Mini Golf!
It's the mini golf course that keeps capturing our hearts! Baxter County's favorite mini golf course celebrated the second anniversary of its acquisition on Friday, marking a big milestone for one of our community's kindest and most generous families. Their second anniversary of being open is on May 13. Little T’s Mini Golf &…
Rhea Lana’s consignment sale starts March 3
Rhea Lana's of Mountain Home is officially returning this weekend. The popular children's consignment sale is back at the Baxter County Fairgrounds from March 3 to March 9. Founded out of the living room of Rhea Lana’s Conway home in 1997, Rhea Lana’s Children’s Consignment has grown into a nationwide company with over 100 franchises…
Baxter County finally crosses the thousand voter mark in early voting
Baxter County has finally crossed over the thousand-voter mark after 230 voters cast their ballots on Monday. A total of 1,419 voters have cast their ballots as of Tuesday evening since early voting opened at First United Methodist Church. Baxter County currently has 29,339 eligible voters who can cast ballots this election cycle, leaving…
Baxter County mulls options for economic growth
The Baxter County Economic Development Committee met for the second time since its creation three years ago on Thursday afternoon to discuss the potential hiring of an economic developer to assist the county in bringing new businesses to the area. The meeting was attended by Justice of the Peace Angela DeGroote, Justice of the Peace…
Rhea Lana’s consignment sale starts this weekend
Rhea Lana's of Mountain Home is officially returning this weekend. The popular children's consignment sale is back at the Baxter County Fairgrounds from March 3 to March 9. Founded out of the living room of Rhea Lana’s Conway home in 1997, Rhea Lana’s Children’s Consignment has grown into a nationwide company with over 100 franchises…
Bomber Update: Dewey talks stakeholder survey
Allyson Dewey, Superintendent of Mountain Home Public Schools, is asking for stakeholder feedback related to the district’s future goals and direction. Dewey said the district’s current Strategic Plan was created in the 2015-2016 school year. “The Board and I agree that while our current plan has been very effective, it’s time to collect feedback again…
Settlement agreement reached in former jailer’s suit against Baxter County, Sheriff, and former sergeant accused of sexual assault
The lawsuit against Baxter County, Sheriff John Montgomery, and former Baxter County Sheriff's Office Sergeant Steven Goode by former BCSO Jailer Tabitha King is over following Judge Mark Ford’s announcement yesterday that all parties had reached a settlement that resolved all of King’s claims. The settlement comes after Judge Ford granted a mixed summary judgment…
MH police to take down controversial crime prevention cameras
Mountain Home’s hotly debated crime prevention cameras are coming down. Mountain Home Police Chief Eddie Griffin announced in Tuesday’s Public Safety Committee meeting that he had asked the vendor, Critical Edge of Jonesboro, to remove their cameras from the city’s various intersections after determining that the camera’s license plate reading software did not work as…

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