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Old city pool structure being razed

City of Pocahontas workers began dismantling the old pool complex at Thomas O. Marr Park this week. Once the old pool is removed, construction will begin on the new water park, which was approved by Pocahontas voters last year. Construction is expected to take approximately 12 months, with the new pool expected to be open right around Memorial Day of 2015.

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Seven Pocahontas teams to compete in OM world championships in Iowa

By Dalton Sullivan.

Seven Odyssey of the Mind (OM) teams from the Pocahontas School District will compete this year in the OM World Championships and represent the district in various competitions. In March, the teams competed at the 2014 Northeast Arkansas Regional OM Tournament at Pocahontas, for the right to advance to the 2014 State OM Tournament at ASU-Beebe in April.

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At the Imperial Dinner Theatre

Ehron VonAllen, techno-pop artist will present a concert at The Imperial Dinner Theatre in Pocahontas May 17. “Electrovert” (in photo), his newly released album will be featured in the show along with the premiere of his music video W.A.R. which was shot in and around Pocahontas.

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Helping bring a paddleboat to Pocahontas

Carter City and County Realty presenting a check to Mikey Johnson to assist with the cost to bring the Paddleboat to Pocahontas. Pictured are Nathan Camp, Mikey Johnson, Jana Caldwell and Barry Ford.

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CAHI wins Quality Award; AFMC program recognizes excellence in health care

Corning Area Healthcare, Inc. (CAHI) with clinic locations in Corning, Pocahontas, Walnut Ridge, and Ash Flat, has earned a Gold Award in the Arkansas Foundation for Medical Care’s annual Quality Awards program. The Quality Awards are designed to recognize health care providers for their demonstrated commitment to quality improvement in the ambulatory care setting.

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Redskins lose two games; split doubleheader

By Dalton Sullivan.

It was a rough week for the Pocahontas Redskins as they dropped two of three this past week, splitting a doubleheader with conference rival Westside, then losing a non-conference game at home to Armorel. On Tuesday afternoon against Westside, the Warriors broke open a tie game with a three-run fourth, and held on to defeat Pocahontas 7-4.

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