Pocahontas resident, Diana Rainwater was named to the Dean’s List for summer 2020 at Arkansas State University and was recognized as an undergraduate student who achieved a high grade point average while enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours of study.
POCAHONTAS, AR. Sept. 25. – On Thursday, September 16, BRTC’s Law Enforcement Training Academy cadets participated in mock traffic accident exercises.
Black River Technical College announces that Chase Bippus is their newest alumni spotlight. Bippus of Reyno, AR, graduated from Corning High School. While at BRTC Chase majored in welding, and completed the CTC program. Now Chase serves as the welding assistant/parapro for the BRTC welding program. Chase enjoys farming, and has an interest in machinery and possibly opening a business.
Bobcats Fisher Francis and Chance Vardell showed up early before school last Friday at the Corning Child Development Program to load some heavy furniture to be delivered to the Walnut Ridge Early Child Development Center.
On Monday, the John J. Pershing VA Medical Center received 10,000 masks to distribute to veteran patients and their families. The masks were provided by the United States Exercise Tiger Foundation (USTF) in partnership with the Missouri State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), the Office of the Governor, the U.S. Public Health Service, and the Kingdom Pilots’ Association (KPA).