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Mark Buffalo

Staff writer Mark Buffalo can be reached at (501) 399-3676 or mbuffalo@arkansasonline.com.

Recent Stories by Mark Buffalo

New Austin chief brings big-city experience

posted: 04/22/2018 midnight Discuss

After retiring from the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office in August, Rick Anderson said, he had no intentions of getting back into law enforcement.

Kayla Turner: New middle school principal wants to preserve culture of school

posted: 04/22/2018 midnight Discuss

It’s all a matter of timing for Kayla Turner.

New K-9 officer on patrol in Cleburne County

posted: 04/15/2018 midnight Discuss

HEBER SPRINGS — A new “deputy” is working hard to help clean up the drug problem in Cleburne County.

Howard Chapin IV: Former banker has passion for education, Heber Springs college

posted: 04/15/2018 midnight Discuss

Howard Chapin IV had no idea he was being honored by the Heber Springs Area Chamber of Commerce when he attended its annual banquet March 29.

Fundraiser to feature Arkansas’ first lady

posted: 04/15/2018 midnight Discuss

Arkansas first lady Susan Hutchinson will be the keynote speaker for the annual fundraising banquet for the Boys & Girls Club of Jacksonville.

Health care conference set for Thursday in Searcy

posted: 04/08/2018 midnight Discuss

Brooks Davis, a member of the board for the Searcy Regional Economic Development Corp., said the group has normally focused on bringing manufacturing plants into the area to grow jobs.

Sheryl Boyd: New chamber chairwoman says town always works together

posted: 04/08/2018 midnight Discuss

Sheryl Boyd would do anything to help the city of Jacksonville.

56th annual festival coming to Mountain View

posted: 04/08/2018 midnight Discuss

The 56th annual Arkansas Folk Festival is set for April 20 and 21 in downtown Mountain View.

Group working to get homeless shelter in Cabot

posted: 04/01/2018 midnight Discuss

Naomi Bratton said there’s a homeless problem in the Cabot area, and she wants to do something about it.

White County Central hosting state tourney called a success

posted: 03/19/2018 11:16 a.m. Discuss

Donald Starkey, athletic director for the White County Central School District, deemed his school’s hosting of the Class 2A State Basketball Tournament a success.

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