A Message from OSD: Student Safety

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SeminoleDue to the recent spike in school violence incidences, Osceola School District understands the need to inform parents about our current school safety procedures. Osceola School District, which includes all faculty and staff, has the first priority of doing everything reasonably possible to protect your children against any threat that may arise while they are in our care.
We have always taken a...

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Decimated

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Two fires in the span of 13 days have destroyed more than two-thirds of the habitable retail zoned property in the 100th block of West Hale Ave, in Osceola. 

Details will be posted as information is released. 

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Written by J Stark (editor)

Back the Badge

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Back the Badge FlierHope all is well. I would like to invite everyone to a special prayer/worship next Thursday, February 22, 6:00 PM here at FBC to honor and pray for our Police Department. We will have singing, prayer, and a message. It would be great if each of our pastors could have a time to pray during the service. Please let me know if you can make it, and if you would like to have a part in the...

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AR House: 02.16.2018

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Weekly Column from the
Arkansas House of Representatives February 16, 2018

In the first week of the 2018 Fiscal Session, the House passed more than 30 appropriation bills.

The appropriations passed are for various boards and commissions and do not include any increases in funding.

The Governor presented his State of the State address in the House Chamber on the first day of the...

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Written by Cecillea Pond-Mayo

AG ALERT: The Cost of Refund Anticipation Loans

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AGLITTLE ROCK – Although some companies offer refund anticipation loans during tax season, these loans can actually cost consumers money. Arkansans planning to receive a refund this year often are excitedly looking forward to a lump sum return. But when opting to use a refund anticipation loan, consumers rarely plan to give a large portion of their tax returns to interest rates.

Refund...

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Written by AG Rutledge