On April 10, 2020, Deputy Andrew Reynolds was contacted by the Mayor of Harrell, Terry Anders. Anders was reporting that the City Park in Harrell had been vandalized by four wheelers. Reynolds arrived on scene at the park, and immediately noticed four wheeler tracks throughout the park. There was extensive damage to the ground with ruts, and throughout the play area. This incident is still being investigated. If anyone has any information regarding this, you are urged to contact the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office at (870)798-2323.
On April 30, the Calhoun County Office of Emergency Management (EMS) posted on their Facebook page that at the time of their post, there have been zero positive cases of COVID-19 in Calhoun County.
Untangled Salon and Nutt’s Beauty Center opened up on Wednesday. Salons and barbershops were able to open back up on Wednesday with guidelines to follow. Elizabeth Strickland, owner of Untangled Salon, said they had to take a sanitation safety class from the Arkansas Department of Health.
Little Rock, Ark. – As Arkansas enters phase one of its reopening plan, customers and workers across the state will be returning to facilities that have experienced reduced water use in recent weeks. It’s critical that building operators take steps to address potential chemical and microbial health risks that can develop in water systems that have been idle.