Paving, bridge extend
Ronnie Pierce (second, from left), manager of Barton's of Walnut Ridge, looks over the bridge on the newly completed section of the Rails to Trails with 'Trails' board members (from left): Junior Briner, Sherry Moore and Brett Cooper. Other board members are Lee Turnbull and Sue Whitmire. Barton's donated materials and labor for the bridge.
"We're very pleased with the usage it's getting, especially the new section," Cooper said.
The newly paved stretch includes a bridge over Village Creek. Cooper said Barton's of Walnut Ridge donated both materials and labor to convert the railroad bridge into a suitable bridge for the trail.
Election results updatedResults reported in last week's TD included only 21 of 23 boxes in the school election. While the results were correct, the final count was incomplete.
The Northeast Arkansas Regional Intermodal Facilities Authority met at the Hoxie Service Center Thursday morning. Members received updates on plans for locating a railroad tie and pellet plant in Lawrence County and heard from a Black Rock business that is interested in receiving help to expand its facilities and hire more people.
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Fall festivities set at Taylor'sTaylor's Greenhouse in Hoxie is preparing for special fall activities. Harvest Fest will begin Friday.
Moseley seeking state seatChad Moseley is a candidate for the office of state representative, District 73. Moseley resides in Walnut Ridge with his wife, Kimberly, and their two daughters, Reagan and Marisa.
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