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Cotter-Gassville Chamber donates $13,500 to assist Big Spring Park lighting project
Big Spring Park is all set to get a little bit brighter! During Cotter’s City Council meeting Thursday evening, Cotter-Gassville Chamber of Commerce President Jason Nazarenko and Cotter City Councilwoman Linda McCarthy presented the city with a check for $13,500 to help the city install new lights and electrical outlets along the walking trail in…
Judge Litty discusses becoming the infrastructure judge, first year in office at Mountain Home Rotary Club
Baxter County Judge Kevin Litty paid a visit to the Mountain Home Rotary Club Thursday afternoon to give Rotarians insight into his thoughts on the county’s direction after serving one year in office. Litty, who started his first term last year after defeating former Mountain Home City Clerk Brian Plumlee, is a former Mountain Home…
Judge Copeland recuses self from Woods/Reese battle over Norfork School Board election disqualification
Baxter County Circuit Judge Johnnie A. Copeland has recused herself from the ongoing legal case between Norfork Public School Board President Levi Woods and Baxter County Clerk Canda Reese. Woods filed a petition of writ with the Baxter County Circuit Court on Dec. 29 after Reese disqualified Woods from this year’s school board election in…
Election Commission readies poll workers and revises emergency plan, complaint procedures
Update: Mr. Meyers has clarified that his complaint did make it to the State Board of Election Commissioners. This article has been updated to reflect this new information. The Baxter County Election Commission met last Thursday, Jan. 11 to discuss poll worker and poll judge training, a preliminary emergency plan and voting machine complaint…
City Council releases brief agenda for Thursday, Police update shows controversial security cameras are installed
The Mountain Home City Council will meet at City Hall at 5 p.m. this Thursday for its second bi-weekly council session for the year. This will mark the council’s first meeting since updating their start times to 5 p.m. Thursday’s meeting should be relatively short, with only two new items being covered by the council’s…

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