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Greg Blair of Bradleyville, left, and Buck Comstock of Protem were the first place overall winners Saturday in the White River Valley Electric Co-op’s Hooked on Education tournament out of Theodosia. The team’s 18.21-pound catch won them $2,400.
White River Valley Electric Cooperative’s annual Hooked on Education Fishing Tournament Saturday, May 5, out of Theodosia Marina brought out 178 boats, the largest number to date. The annual event raises funds for WRVEC’s scholarship program for youth in the WRVEC’s five-county service area. The...
Decoration Day notices are published at no charge in the Times. Send notices to sueann@ozarkcountytimes.com or call the Times office at 679-4641 with Decoration Day news. Hicks CemeteryHicks Cemetery Decoration Day is Sunday, May 27. A short business meeting will begin at 11 a.m., followed by a...
Women of the area are invited to attend Ball Church of Christ’s fifth annual ladies day, to be held Saturday, May 19, at the church on Highway 181 south of Dora. Jane Maynard of Mountain Home, Arkansas, will speak on the topic “A godly lady, simple and sweet.”Registration is at 9:30 a.m. with the...
The Veterans of Foreign Wars and its Auxiliary meet at 10 a.m. every second Saturday of the month at the VFW hall at Highways 160 and HH Highway in Isabella. The next meeting is May 12.
The Thornfield Volun-teer Fire Department will host a fundraiser fish fry from noon to 2 p.m. Sunday, May 13, at Thornfield School on Highway 95 in Thornfield.Organizers says side dishes and desserts will be gratefully accepted. Door prizes will be awarded.For more information, call 417-543-1070. 
The Amateur Radio Club of the Ozarks will hold a club picnic Saturday, May 12, at Hoerman Memorial Park in Gainesville. The picnic will feature a potluck meal; those attending are asked to bring a dish to share. Also, anyone who has equipment to sell is invited to bring it.Those interested in...
Monthly meetings of the Ozark County Chamber of Commerce will be held on the third Tuesday of each month beginning May 15. The next meeting will be held from noon to 1 p.m. in the Century  Bank of the Ozarks training room on the square in Gainesville. The Ozark County Health Department will sponsor...
Area pastors and community residents gathered in the gazebo on the square in Gainesville at noon Thursday, May 3, National Day of Prayer,  to pray for government leaders, United States military, schools and American families. The service ended with the group singing “God Bless America.” The event...
Former students of the Romance one-room school and all other area one-room schools are invited to a reunion to be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 26, at the Wasola Fire Volunteer Fire Department firehouse on Highway 5 one mile south of Wasola.Those attending are encouraged to bring a...

James Dabney, center, was presented with the Servant’s Heart Award, the highest honor presented each year during Nurses’ Week at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Arkansas. ICU director Susan Musgrove, left, nominated Dabney for the award. Also pictured is Shannon Nachtigal, BRMC vice president of patient care services and chief nursing officer.
Gainesville resident James Dabney, RN, was recognized May 1 by Baxter Regional Medical Center staff when he received the Servant’s Heart Award during a ceremony at the hospital in Mountain Home, Arkansas. Each year during Nurses’ Week, BRMC staff members have an opportunity to nominate a nurse who...

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