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Gillett News

Gillett News

  by Melissa Grantham Grantham Gives Method Demonstration/Presentation The Pride of Gillett 4-H club met with 14 members present. Mary-Claire Grantham gave a method demonstration/presentation to the group about taking…

CROCKETT’S BLUFF, ETHEL & ST. CHARLES NEWS

      By: Margaret Aycock 870-282-8030 jaymara@hughes.net COUPED UP Mercy sakes, folks, do you think that this wintery weather will ever let up? You know that I am so…

State Legislators Recognize Farm to Fuel Initiative

State Legislators Recognize Farm to Fuel Initiative

  Little Rock, Arkansas   State Representative Deborah Ferguson (District 51-West Memphis) and State Representative David Hillman (District 13-Almyra) presented a citation to alt.Consulting and Mid-South Community College on Tuesday…

DeWitt Police Reports

February 28, 2014 – At approximately 4:35 PM, I, Officer Johnathan Powell, was watching traffic at 2nd and Main St when I noticed a vehicle with a blue piece of…

When Lightning Strikes, Strike Back

When Lightning Strikes, Strike Back

    Last Tuesday, at around 3:30 a.m. Dana’s House was struck by lightning. The attic and crawlspace on the east side of the building caught fire, which spread from…

AETN Calls for 2014 Student Film Showcase Entries

AETN Calls for 2014 Student Film Showcase Entries

Student entries eligible for scholarships, AETN broadcast, screenings at Arkansas film festivals CONWAY, Ark. (AETN) — The Arkansas Educational Television Network (AETN) is accepting entries for “Student Selects: A Young…

alt.Consulting Receives State Commendation as Farm to Fuel Work Expands

alt.Consulting Receives State Commendation as Farm to Fuel Work Expands

Little Rock, AR – The State Legislature presented today a commendation to alt.Consulting and Mayor Ralph Relyea of DeWitt, AR. In October 2013, alt.Consulting, an Arkansas-based non-profit, which has worked…

Battling Acanthamoeba

Battling Acanthamoeba

By Valenya Franks A simple case of pink eye that just wouldn’t go away turned out to be something far worse for seven-year-old Justin Ross. After several days of battling…

St. Charles, Crocketts Bluff and Ethel News

By Margaret Aycock – 870-282-8020 – jaymara@hughes.net Crocketts Bluff Community Center met Thursday evening at 7:00 p.m. for their January 23rd meeting at the Community Center. Meeting was called to…

Board Moves Forward with Technology Upgrades

At the monthly DeWitt School Board meeting, held on January 13, 2014, the board approved the consent agenda presented. Superintendent, Dr. Lynne Dardenne submitted a recommendation to the board to…