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National forest officials release revised environmental assessment on quartz mine proposal

Ouachita National Forest officials are seeking public comment on a revised Environmental Assessment, released April 28, on a proposal to extract quartz...

Slate Rock Brewing celebrates anniversary with ribbon cutting

DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY montcnews2@windstream.net AMITY - The Mount Ida Area Chamber of Commerce was honored to be able to host a ribbon cutting...

Norman VFD receives wildfire suppression kit

Norman VFD among VFDs to receive wildfire suppression kits NORMAN - Norman Volunteer Fire Department was one of 79 VFDs to receive a...

Mount Ida Area Chamber of Commerce announces volunteer of the year...

The Mount Ida Area Chamber of Commerce announced winners in the volunteer of the year categories at the conclusion of their annual...

NPC TO HOST NOLAN RICHARDSON

HOT SPRINGS, Arkansas – National Park College (NPC) will host An Evening with Nolan Richardson Tuesday, April 30 at 6:00 p.m. in The Kettle. 

Brandon Melott sets course record in Ouachita Challenge race in spite...

DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY montcnews2@windstream.net ODEN - In spite of a rainy Saturday and a cold Sunday, over 400 cyclists braved the course known...

Chamber Banquet speaker promises “Firsts” for Montgomery County

The annual Mount Ida Area Chamber of Commerce banquet is Thursday, April 11. The banquet theme is “Growing a Business.”The speaker will...

Voting for 2019 Chamber awards underway

Pat Smith, chairperson of the upcoming annual Chamber community banquet, advises that voting for the annual awards opens immediately and closes on...

Former resident helps Norman Library share love of reading

DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY montcnews2@windstream.net MOUNT IDA - A generous gift recently presented to the Norman Public Library is proof you can take the...

Arkansas CWD Management Zone to expand, public meetings scheduled

LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will hold public meetings in Waldron, Mountain Home and Mountain View in the...