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News In and Around Gillett

News In and Around Gillett

Freda Mattmiller, a member of the Dorcas Quilters in Gillett, looks on as Trenton Cox, Jase Ringo, Logan Menard and Holden McGee take turns using the rotary cutter on scrap…

Arkansas County Farm Bureau members attend the 95th AFBF Annual Convention in San Antonio

Arkansas County Farm Bureau members attend the 95th AFBF Annual Convention in San Antonio

Arkansas Farm Bureau state board member Terry Dabbs and Lori Dabbs, Nita and Ronald Bauman of Stuttgart and Heath Long of Tichnor were among the almost 155 Arkansans who attended…

What is the Contribution of DeWitt Hospital & Nursing Home Inc. to the Overall Economy of the Area?

In this report, IMPLAN software and data were used to study and estimate the economic impact of DeWitt Hospital & Nursing Home Inc. on Arkansas County.   The term economic…

DeWitt Police Report

January 25, 2014 – Officer Bobby Hopson was patrolling south bound on Clemons St. at the corner of E. Gibson St. when he witnessed a white Chevrolet Sonic traveling east…

Faith Baptist Holds Big Buck Banquet

Best of DeWitt: Good Neighbor of the Year

Best of DeWitt: Good Neighbor of the Year

Pam Castaneda has been chosen as the Best of DeWitt’s “Good Neighbor of the Year”. Pam is a graduate of DeWitt High School. She has been employed by Arkansas County…

Arkansas Endangered Species

Arkansas Endangered Species

Arkansas Lists 18 species that are closely monitored to ensure they remain viable. These animals include bats, birds, beetles and other species. Learn about these special creatures and how you…

Best of DeWitt: Entrepreneur of the Year

Best of DeWitt: Entrepreneur of the Year

  Johnny Davis, Sr. has been voted the Best of DeWitt’s Entrepreneur of the Year. Davis has a true entrepreneurial spirit. Through the years, he has begun several businesses that…

Surgeon General Projects 69,000 Arkansas Children Will Die Prematurely Unless Current Smoking Rates Drop

Smoking Now Linked to Rheumatoid Arthritis, Immune System Weakness Approximately 5.6 million American children will die prematurely from smoking-related diseases unless the current smoking rates drop, according to a new…

St. Charles, Crocketts Bluff and Ethel News

By Margaret Aycock – 870-282-8030 – jaymara@hughes.net We lost another very good square dancing friend last week. Richard Gordon of Gillett went to square-up with the angels in Heaven. The…