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Mountain Home was able to modernize its courthouse thanks to the New Deal programs. This decision was highly contested. In a vote to approve the funds, 731 voted in favor of the new courthouse while 592 voted against it. The majority of those opposed to the new courthouse came from the Cotter region, which had repeatedly tried to move the county seat there. After the destruction of the building two years prior, the current courthouse was built and dedicated to public service on August 13, 1943. Two dams were also constructed by the WPA in this area by the WPA during that time. The Norfork Dam, located 18 miles east of Mountain Home, was constructed. The dam was completed in 1944. The dam was built by an average of 815 people, which provided a vital economic boost for Mountain Home and the surrounding areas. The Norfork Dam was not only used to control floods but also made Mountain Home more appealing than Cotter. Mountain Home became a more popular destination than Cotter and began to outperform its riverfront neighbor in terms of population and industry. Bull Shoals, in Marion County, was the site of a second dam. Mountain Home was located between two large lakes and only a short drive from one of the most popular destinations for fishing in the country. Mountain Home's future economy would be shaped by tourism. The dedication of the dams was held on July 2, 1952, by President Harry Truman.