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When the game clock ticked zero giving the Rural Special Lady Rebels their first state basketball championship earlier this month, the spirit of an 89-year-old fan back in Fox was sitting on the bench with a great sense of satisfaction. more
Joanie Howell has been hired as executive director of the Mountain View Area Chamber of Commerce and is busy acclimating herself to the new role and at the same time planning for the 58th Arkansas Folk Festival next month, one of the organization’s major events. more
Daryl Pitts has snow in his blood. These days, you might even call him the snow man. ARDOT’s area maintenance supervisor for Stone County is a second-generation road-crew worker who remembers the long hours his father would put in to past weather-related events like those county residents are now experiencing. more
Elma Wilson of Timbo celebrated her 95th birthday Jan. 23. She celebrated at her home with her two sisters and brother and other close family. Instead of a traditional party, family and friends gave her a birthday parade, riding through the yard holding signs, with horns honking, and a siren blaring. more
Bernice Beckham of Mountain View has experienced a lot in her 95 years. Born in 1926, she attended a one-room school in Happy Hollow before moving to Mountain View, where she graduated in 1944 after … more
Rachel Reynolds has learned to let intuition be her guide. She moved to Mountain View when she was 9, and spent lots of her spare time hanging out with crafters and musicians in the town square … more
Many local residents have lamented the prevalence of negativity in interactions recently, so the Leader requested some examples of positive things resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Ronda West … more
Gary Dickeson of Texas is assisted by Brent Matthis of Mountain View in removing the Elvis statue from Rainbow Antique Mall.   After greeting customers in the vestibule at Rainbow Antique … more
  “Just trust in the Lord and work hard every day.” This is the advice for a long life offered by Leonard Glenn, a Stone County native who celebrated his 94th birthday this month. He also … more
Above, a prescribed fire is monitored by personnel. By Jim McCoy District Ranger Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of articles about the role of fire in forest … more
One of Stone County’s “familiar faces” will be less visible in the new year. After more than two decades, Nell Harrelson is retiring this week as manager of Stone County Recycling Center and … more
Tourism in Mountain View and Stone County was in its early stages back in the 1940s and 1950s but word was getting out that there was a wealth of beauty and adventure to be enjoyed in this area. John … more
As a man who seems driven to make a difference and to go where he is needed, David Campbell found the perfect calling as pastor of a small country church. “You wear a whole lot of hats. You preach … more
Allison Lukens and son Rex Shannon enjoy time at the public swimming pool at Stone County Recreation Complex July 12, 2019. The July 17 issue features a photo page of swimmers. more
The art of chair caning is kept alive at the Ozark Folk Center State Park Craft Village in Mountain View, where Terry Andrews practices the ancient art. See a feature by Renee Carr in the June 12, … more
Renovations are nearing completion at the location for Fiddler's Green medical marijuana dispensary, an effort that has taken longer than expected. President Lisa Murphy now anticipates the facility … more
Duane and Loretta Perry of Fox celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary June 6. They are featured in the June 12, 2019 issue. more
Pilot John Lohmar runs a test flight after the final propeller adjustment May 24 at Specialized Propeller Services in Mountain View. The plane was being prepared for the U.S. National Air Race … more
Read the March 27, 2019 issue for a feature on Robbie Purdom, who has been named by the Mountain View Area Chamber of Commerce as this year's Distinguished Citizen. more
The Get Fit exercise class, which is geared for seniors but open to everyone, meets three days a week at the Stone County Fairgrounds. See the photo page in the March 6, 2019 issue. more
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