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Missing from the Peel Arkansas area since last Tuesday, March 7th, 5 year old female Basset Hound. This is a service dog that is not only dearly loved, but dearly needed. Lost in the area of Peel Arkansas around Music Creek and Marion County Road 8041. Her name is Miss Sophie and she is a real sweetie. Please help, the number on her tag is wrong, if you have seen Sophie or have any information about her, please call 870-688-4212 or get in touch with me. This dog is instrumental in a medical capacity to the health and well being of a young lady. Please share, please help.
Logan Slaughter brings the show to a close and brings the focus on Autism, a condition that affects, according to Logan, 1 in 68 people. Public awareness and acceptance has allowed for an improvement in the understanding of autism and how it affects the autistic and those that support the individual. This understanding has greatly aided in the management and treatment of those with autism. Logan is starting a support group to help those that are struggling. If you or someone you know struggles with Autism or any of the other challenges Logan mentioned, contact Logan Slaughter on Facebook because support is what it's all about. April is National Autism month but it is a 24/7 365 day a year challenge for many. The best management for autism is simply love. If you or someone you know would like to be a guest on 726, call 870-741-4891 or reach us on Facebook at Hometown Television (https://www.facebook.com/HometownTelevision/?fref=ts) or our website at HometownTV.net. But make sure you tune us in!! With an antenna, you’ll get all seven of premium entertainment, 26.1 & 26.2 & 26.3 & 26.4 & 26.5 & 26.6 & 26.7. On Cox cable we’re channel 843, Ritter – channel 22, Mountain Home – channel 7.1, Suddenlink & Yellcot (Gassville, Yellville) - channel 22, Salem – 15.
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Newly appointed President of Buffalo National River Partner's (bnrpartners.org) Ginger Milan and Steel Creek Park Ranger Lauren Ray have some pretty exciting info on the upcoming National Park Radio concert. This all original area band will be helping celebrate Earth Day April 22nd at Steel Creek outside of beautiful Ponca Arkansas. There will be an album release by the band in conjunction with the concert! How cool is that? Modern Folk/Bluegrass/Americana inspired by the Ozarks and the Buffalo River. Expect a gathering of over 1,000 people at this FREE event. It starts at 5 P.M. and goes til about 7. Drive in, hike in or paddle in, it's going to be a lot of fun!! There will be merchandise, food vendors, tons of fun and buckets of great memories! Come celebrate Earth Day 2017, April 22nd at Steel Creek, Ponca Arkansas. Donations are gratefully accepted, go to bnrpartners.org to donate or mail your donation to Buffalo National River Partners, P.O. Box 1914, Harrison Arkansas. For more information call 870-741-5320. Be sure and check out National Park Radio and Buffalo National River Partners on Face Book! See you there!!
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Mike Parkinson from the Crooked Creek Conservation District elaborates on the upcoming Pasture Conference April 6th at Yellville. It begins at 6 PM in the Community Building at the Marion County Fairgrounds. There will be a speaker focusing on the pasture needs of various livestock animals, as well as information on the important matter of keeping bees thriving in the Ozarks, plus more information on fencing, weed control, pasture fertilization and a lot more. The meeting is open to all and is free FREE to the public, there will be food and drink available. For more information call 870-449-6356.