When the coronavirus appeared this year, there was a run of food and other basic supplies. Prices have been escalating, and many items are in short supply. There has been a surge in growing gardens at home, and many are looking at buying meat locally from the local farms. There are families going together to purchase cattle, hogs, or sheep, and having them processed, then splitting the meat up between families. This is actually a good idea. The farmer makes more for his animals, and you get your meat at a lower cost.
The following article is Part 4 of a 4-part series on the history and administration of Arkansas property taxes. This article covers the Adjustments in the form of Tax Relief of Arkansas property taxes. It was published in the Winter 2020 edition of City & Town Magazine by the Arkansas Association of Counties. It is published in the Clay County Courier with permission granted by AAC.
The athletic department at Corning High School under the direction of Athletic Director Ralph Morrow met Thursday, May 28 to discuss the Arkansas Department of Health’s updated CO-VID-19 directive for school sponsored team sports and the Arkansas Activities Association guidelines.
POCAHONTAS — In a filing with the Randolph County Circuit Clerk’s Office Friday, Judge John Fogleman approved a search warrant for Linda Collins’ Google account.
A public hearing was held at the M. B. Ainley, Jr., Community Center on Tuesday, May 26 at 6 p.m. concerning the proposed sewer rates and bond for a sewer project in the city. City councilmen present were Terry Masterson, Ray Vannoy and Randall Godwin. Trent McKinney was absent. Also present were Mayor Greg Ahrent, City Attorney Alex Bigger and City Clerk J’Anna Couch.