On Sunday Sept. 22, 2013 at approximately 11:45am a vehicle was vandalized in the public parking lot that is next to the Words Afterwords business. If anyone has any knowledge to those individuals that are responsible for this please contact us with that information.
If your information helps prove who the person is that did this act of vandalism then FOHA will pay $100 reward for that information.
It is sad that tourist in the area who are visiting would have something done to a vehicle in broad daylight. This is a rare problem, but one that must not be ignored, and finding those responsible will hopefully prevent other incidents like this from happening again.
Wednesday, July 24, 2013
The Hardy City Council discussed the city’s business license ordinance as it began its July 16 meeting. Mayor Thornton and the council expressed concern individuals were selling items downtown without a business license, indicating it has been a recurring issue. “We do not have a transient license at this time,” Mayor Thornton said. Iberia Bank, which is a vacant building located on Main Street, is where someone recently set up to sell products. Alderwoman Liane Maddox suggested talking to the owner of the building. “They obviously give permission to whomever, and they probably need to know that it is not allowed by the city,” Maddox said.
The Spring River Farmers Market has moved to a new location. SRFM will start it’s 3rd. year at the Cherokee Village Town Center Plaza next to City Hall on Santee Dr.
Sat. May 25th. is opening day and scheduled hours are 8am.-2pm. every Saturday till Oct. 12. We are excited about the move and look forward to another season of providing fresh, locally grown produce to the entire area. Local crafters, artists, and others artisans are welcome as well as musicians, food vendors, etc.
The first 4 weeks are FREE,and we are already signing up vendors .For more info call Jerry at 870-847-6422 or email to email@example.com.
Words & Afterwards has been our favorite place to stop for four years now, on our way to the McCabe House for the weekend. The members of Laureate Omega chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, in Memphis, Tennessee met in Hardy, Arkansas for a relaxing weekend for fun, food and catching up on the past year. Several members that have moved away from Memphis, met the chapter at Words & Afterwards for a reunion lunch, and then all traveled on out to the McCabe House for the weekend.
ASH FLAT — Last year at this time, Beth McEntire Bess of Hardy was on life support, and her family was forced to make a decision. They had to choose to take her off life support and allow her to die or allow her to begin strong chemotherapy treatments, which would probably kill her.
The slight growth of hair on her head is a reminder of the fight with cancer that she won.
She told her story — of suddenly losing her first husband in 1995, surviving breast cancer in 1999 and being diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndrome, also known as MDS, in 2011 — at the annual Rock This House women’s conference in Ash Flat on Saturday morning.
The Spring River forms in Howell County of south central Missouri just a few miles south of the Eleven Point River and near the Mark Twain National Forest, then flows southward as an underground river into Arkansas at Mammoth Springs in Fulton County where it forms on the surface just south of the Missouri State line. It then flows down through Fulton County, across the northeast tip of Sharp County and into Lawrence County to its confluence with the Eleven Point River just above SH 361. The river then flows a few miles south to its confluence with the Black River, also flowing down from Missouri, near Old Davidsonville State Historical Park. The total length of the river is only about 54 miles, but it packs a lot of excitement and scenery in a few miles. Generally, the Spring River is a year-round paddling stream, assuming you are able to withstand the rigors of the Missouri Ozarks winter, which can be quite cold.
Each year, Earth Day — April 22 — marks the anniversary of what many consider the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970. Are you doing your part?
The height of hippie and flower-child culture in the United States, 1970 brought the death of Jimi Hendrix, the last Beatles album, and Simon & Garfunkel’s “Bridge Over Troubled Water”. Protest was the order of the day, but saving the planet was not the cause. War raged in Vietnam, and students nationwide increasingly opposed it.
Now you have even more reasons to come PAUSE in Hardy, Ar. The newest tourist attraction for Hardy will open up this month (April). They call it the Zippin Griffin and it’s a 5 thousand foot zip line located at Griffin Park at 45 Griffin Rd. You read this correctly, a Zip Line in Hardy, Ar !
The new zip line has 5 sections, the longest being 1800 feet where speeds can approach 55 miles an hour depending on your size.
With the announcement of the new Sharp County website recently released, we are excited to announce that they now offer residents of Sharp County the ability to now pay your property taxes online!
The site was created to give taxpayers the opportunity to pay their taxes online.
The accepted payment method is with a Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover credit card, or an electronic check.
2012 is a leap year, which means that it has 366 days instead of the usual 365 days that an ordinary year has. An extra day is added in a leap year—February 29 —which is called an intercalary day or a leap day.
Why is a Leap Year Necessary?