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Time Capsule Buried

Time Capsule Buried

By Kevin Brown Photo(s) by Kevin Brown On New Year’s Eve a time capsule was buried on the Southeast Corner of the Courtyard Square in a ceremony attended by local…

Santa Visits Farmers and Merchants Bank

Santa Visits Farmers and Merchants Bank

Photos by LeeAnn Morgan…

DeWitt Hospital and Nursing Home Hosts Christmas Open House

DeWitt Hospital and Nursing Home Hosts Christmas Open House

Avoid Scale Shock at the End of the Day

By Ana Hollis, County Extension Agent – Family & Consumer Sciences It is finally here – Christmas. This is the day children have anxiously waited for all year long. Today…

Crockett’s Bluff, Ethel & St. Charles News

By Margaret Aycock – 870-282-8030 – jaymara@hughes. net First, I would like to again say “thank you from the bottom of my patched-up heart” to each and everyone that complemented…

City’s Budget for 2014 Still on Hold

By Terrye Seamon Benjamin Franklin is noted for saying, “When in doubt, don’t.” And that is exactly the action the DeWitt City Council took concerning the 2014 proposed budget Monday,…

Arkansas Delta Consortium selected Bellwether Legacy finalist

Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas (PCCUA) is part of a regional initiative that has been selected as a Bellwether Legacy Award finalist for 2014. The Arkansas Delta…

PBJCEOC LIHEAP to Help Families with Energy Costs

Cold weather across the region have left many struggling to heat their homes. For those needing help paying their heating bills, Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) may be the…

2013 Year in Review: Part 2

  By Terrye Seamon JULY July 4 Classic antique cars race from St. Paul, MN, to Mobile, AL, as part of The Great Race. July 11 Mark Robertson, an architectural…

Christmas Parade: Light on Content, Big on Heart

Christmas Parade: Light on Content, Big on Heart

By Kevin Brown This year’s Christmas Parade was delayed due to inclement weather, which may have been the culprit of its lack of content. However, the participants involved braved the…