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Week in Review – Jan 14

Mountain Home City Council returns to session after holiday break
The Mountain Home City Council is finally back in session after returning from a holiday break. Council members enjoyed a light session on Thursday which saw the vote to place David King on the city’s planning commission following the retirement of commission member Linda Bodenhamer.   The council also voted to place J.R. Martin on…

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Mountain Home Public Schools explores remodel for aging high school
Mountain Home High School is a good-looking high school. A simple drive-by of the campus reveals a well-maintained school with more to offer than many in the country. The campus boasts a sturdy metal roof, cafeteria with working equipment, a beautiful auditorium, gymnasium, machine shop, sleek football field, and a farmhouse dedicated to agricultural programs.…

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Mountain Home Berry Farm owners ready for next journey after bringing popular attraction back to life
The Williams family is a hardy, down-to-earth lot. They take pride in their homesteading abilities and their skills as farmers. When Sidney and Holly Williams and their children decided to leave Texas and forge a new life in a different part of the world, the Ozarks came calling. After traveling the area in an RV…

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Mountain Home expands Veteran Plaza sidewalk, pours concrete for 9/11 memorial
Mountain Home’s Veteran Plaza received some upgrades Wednesday as the city works to expand the plaza’s sidewalks and pour the footing of the city’s upcoming 9/11 memorial. The memorial, which will feature a piece of steel from the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers, is slated tentatively to be unveiled on Memorial Day. “There’s not that…

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