TEXARKANA — The Miller County Courthouse will begin easing restrictions on May 4 at 8:00 a.m., the emergency operations center announced Thursday.
All offices, except the circuit judges, who will continue business by appointment only, will be open to the public for business. The South Handicap entrance only will be accessible, and visitors are subject to being screened for temperature prior to entry.
Governor Hutchinson to announce Beauty & Barber Salon decision on May 1
Governor Asa Hutchinson will announce on May 1 the decision as to the opening of beauty and barber salons. The May 1 decision is not an opening date.
Governor’s decision on Houses of Worship, Larger Venues to be announced May 4
Governor Hutchinson will announce on May 4 the decision as to whether or not places of worship and larger venues can be opened up. The May 4 decision is not an opening date.
Arkansas restaurants to resume dine-in on May 11
The restaurants in Miller County will resume dine-in service on May 11. There are a bevy of new restrictions and directives, including a occupancy cap of 33% capacity, 10 feet of physical distancing between tables, and diners wearing a mask upon entry and up to the point of service of food and/or drink. For more information, visit the Governor’s website.
Miller County drive-thru screening a success
Lansdell Family Clinic held a drive-thru clinic on April 29, and the Miller County EOC reports over 200 people were tested. Lansdell Family Clinic will continue to test for COVID-19 at their office at 3809 East 9th Street in Texarkana. For more information, call the clinic at 870-330-4385.