Ground was broken January 15, 2016 in East Pocahontas for the new Taco Bell to be constructed. Set to be open by early spring, the company will soon begin taking applications and will employ anywhere from 25-30 people. Jackie McClure, from Harrisburg, is the owner and David Hall will serve as the Restaurant general manager.
Position Filled!! Receptionist-(Pocahontas, AR) Back in Motion Chiropractic. Duties: answering phones, greeting patients, scheduling, data entry, filing insurance, accounting, etc. Computer knowledge required and be willing to learn new software. Must have excellent phone and communication skills. 24-36 hours/wk. Accepting resumes: email@example.com or 2109 Old County Road.Details
It is time for the BRAD Child Development Center’s Reading is Electric Read-A-Thon. This is a state-wide reading competition of all the Head Start centers. Thanks to our wonderful community, we won last year! This year, we are asking males to come read to the classes. The competition is from January 8th through February 19th.…Details
The Eddie Mae Herron Center and Museum is pleased to announce the exhibit, “Old School: Memories of the Brinkley Academy” will be on display now through February 8. Consisting of fourteen graphic panels, the exhibit offers a fascinating glimpse at early education and cultural history for African Americans in Arkansas’ Delta region.Details
Come out and join us for our Annual Ducks Unlimited Membership Banquet at the Rolling Hills Country Club. Doors open at 5pm, dinner Silent Auction and Live Auction!!! First DU banquet with the newest 2016 Merchandise!!! Doors open at 5:00 PM Dinner at 6:00 PM Auction at 7:00PM Mark your calendars!!! For info, tickets, or…Details
2016 Membership Directory A company by the name of Shepherd Publishing Company will begin working on the 2016 Randolph County Chamber of Commerce Membership Directory in the next week or so. One of the benefits of being a Chamber member is to be listed in this publication free of charge. I am asking you as a Chamber member to…Details
Herbal Remedies Workshop January 23, 2016 from 9-11 a.m. Herbs were very useful to early Arkansas settlers not only for seasoning their food but also in remedies for various illnesses. Davidsonville Historic State Park is offering a hands-on workshop where you will learn more about the medicinal properties of certain herbs and have…Details