Baxter County Info
Baxter County is located in the north central section of Arkansas and is approximately 600 square miles. Baxter County has elevations ranging from 800 to 1,400 feet. Baxter County was formed on March 24, 1873, from parts of Fulton, Izard, Marion and Searcy Counties and was named for Elisha Baxter, then the Governor of Arkansas. Mountain Home is the County seat.
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The following employees were recognized at the 2014 Employee Recognition Dinner on Friday, December 12, for their years of service to Baxter County: (seated, from l to r): Gary Tennison, Sheila Wingard, Tina Cole; (standing, from l to r): Baxter County Judge with Dr. William Snow, Lt. Terry Johnson, Johnny Bowman, Maryanne Edge, Bob Nault, Jeana Hilkert, Cheryl Green, Jason Denton & Aaron Watts.
(Not pictured): Clifford Beck, Kathy Frederick, Vernon Koenen, Sheri Lewis, Teresa Phillipson, William Pinkston, Russell Presley, Robert Recktenwald, Paul Reeves, Yvette Sigafus, and Kelley Stone.
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