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What to know about Medicare in 2015

By Bob Moos/Southwest public affairs officer for the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services The New Year always brings a few changes to Medicare. Here’s a brief rundown of…

Elected Officials Take Office in Arkansas County

Elected Officials Take Office in Arkansas County

By Dawn Teer Elected officials who were sworn in The Elected officials who were sworn in at the Arkansas County Courthouse in DeWitt on January 1 were: County officials: Judge…

Arkansas County Employees Receive Raise in 2015

By Terrye Seamon Despite some minor confusion over $50,000 in the projected budget for 2015, the second round of Arkansas County budget hearings went well Tuesday, November 25, and resulted…

Quorum Court Starts Planning County Budget for 2015

By Terrye Seamon It is that time of year again – when coffers are opened and contents are examined so budgets for the new upcoming year can be planned. Not…

Mentoring Grant Invests in First District Youth Rick Crawford Column

I pledge my head to clearer thinking, My heart to greater loyalty, My hands to larger service, and my health to better living, for my club, my community, my country,…

Boozman’s Veterans Day Message

Boozman’s Veterans Day Message

WASHINGTON –U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-AR) honors the selfless service and sacrifice of our nation’s veterans on Veterans Day.   “I salute our veterans for their selfless commitment and immeasurable…

Quorum Court Monthly Meeting

By Terrye Seamon “I really don’t know where to start except to say that I’ve been awakened many a time at 3:00 in the morning, but this time it was…

President Clinton Rallies For Democrats at UAPB

President Clinton Rallies For Democrats at UAPB

By Shelly Faulkner President Bill Clinton has been drawing huge crowds across Arkansas with the Democratic campaign, “Arkansas Victory 2014”. Arkansas Victory 2014 is the largest campaign in Arkansas history.…

“The Vote Against Issue 3” Brings 10-ft Tall Trojan Horse To DeWitt

“The Vote Against Issue 3” Brings 10-ft Tall Trojan Horse To DeWitt

By Shelly Faulkner The “Vote Against Issue 3” campaign brought a large 10 feet tall Trojan Horse to the DeWitt Court Square October 15th. The campaigns co-chairman, Bob Porto has…

John Thurston Speaks At The Lions Club Meeting

John Thurston Speaks At The Lions Club Meeting

By Dawn Teer John Thurston, Commissioner of State Lands, spoke at the DeWitt Lions Club meeting on Tuesday, October 7. Thurston spoke on what the Commission of State Lands does.…

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