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The Poke Bayou is a creek that begins in Sharp County, meanders through Izard County and ultimately ends as it empties into the White River in Independence County. – ozarkgateway.com

The Poke Bayou is a creek that begins in Sharp County, meanders through Izard County and ultimately ends as it empties into the White River in Independence County. Of course, there is always the big debate on the spelling of the Poke Bayou. Is it “Poke” or “Polk” and why? Most signs over the stream …

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Made in Arkansas: Yoni Steam and Detox in Newport – aymag.com

Holistic health is a common discussion amongst health practitioners and their patients. The body and mind work hand-in-hand to send messages to one another and work together to protect the body. Sometimes, no matter how much you try and how much your internal system tries, the body doesn’t always feel 100 percent, but Latasha Robinson …

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Panel named for Batesville college search – Arkansas Online

University of Arkansas System President Donald Bobbitt released the names last week of an advisory committee that will help find a new chancellor to run the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville. He also said an interim chancellor will be be named later this month. Deborah Frazier, who was named chancellor in 2007, announced …

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Cave City 9th Grader moving Sharp County toward being on Quilt Trail — KFFB 106.1 FM — Arkansas Radio — Online Radio–Arkansas Politics–Local News – kffb.com

April 13, 2021 by KFFB 106.1 FM Arkansas Quilt Trails@ArkansasQuiltTrails (From Facebook) – Sharp County is well on its way to having a quilt trail due to the stellar efforts of 9th grade Cave City student, Jessie Stauffer. She’s talented, beautiful, and has a work ethic second to none! Jessie plays on the school’s basketball, …