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Quorum Court Weighs Correctional Facility Healthcare Options

  By Terrye Seamon The Arkansas County Quorum Court met Tuesday morning June 9 at the Arkansas County Courthouse in DeWitt for their regular monthly meeting. At last month’s meeting,…

DeWitt City Council Meets

  By Terrye Seamon Although summer is usually a time of rest and relaxation, the DeWitt City Council was hard at work as evidenced by the resolutions and ordinances they…

Street Paving Plans Change

By Terrye Seamon In his poem “To a Mouse” Robert Burns said, “The best laid schemes of mice and men often go awry.” The DeWitt City Council experienced a little…

Arkansas County Quorum Court Meets

By Terrye Seamon The Arkansas County Quorum Court met May 12 at the courthouse in DeWitt. Art Rose from Advanced Correctional Healthcare was present to brief the court on the…

Public Safety Committee Meets With Police Chief

By Terrye Seamon The Public Safety Committee met with DeWitt Police Chief Jim Tucker Monday, April 20 to discuss several items for possible discussion and consideration at the next DeWitt…

Arkansas County Quorum Court Meets

By Terrye Seamon The Arkansas County Quorum Court met at the courthouse in DeWitt April 14. The meeting focused on the Arkansas County Detention Center and proposed medical care plans…

Circuit Clerk Office Applies for Record Preservation Grant

By Terrye Seamon Winston Churchill once said, “The farther backward you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” Due to a possible grant from the Arkansas Association…

REPRESENTATIVE HILLMAN STATEMENT ON ARKANSAS/CUBA TRADE In advance of the Summit of the Americas to be held in Panama, Hillman urges opening Cuba’s markets

ALMYRA, ARK. – As we learn of the President of the United States preparing to meet with the President of Cuba later this week at the Summit of the Americas…

Circuit Clerk Office Applies for Record Preservation Grant

By Terrye Seamon Winston Churchill once said, “The farther backward you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” Due to a possible grant from the Arkansas Association…