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By Darla Grantham Gillett EHC Holds March Meeting The Gillett Extension Homemakers Club held its March meeting on Tuesday, March 18, at The Paddy in Gillett with seven people present…

Police Reports

DeWitt March 17, 2014 – I was dispatched to the Dewitt Hospital Parking Lot for an parking lot accident. Upon arrival I met with the two vehicle owners. The first…

Kevin’s Korner

Kevin’s Korner

By Kevin Brown Photo By Scott Wood My political POV… If Bozo the Clown Were President What is satire? Satire’s the truth toned down. –Anonymous If Bozo the Clown were…

Small Craft Advisory

Small Craft Advisory

The Army Corps of Engineers issued a small craft advisory for the Arkansas River from Russellville, Ark. downstream. Recent heavy rains caused flows to rise. During high flows, strong currents…

FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS OVER 200 FILMS PROVIDING FRESH PERSPECTIVES ON ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES

“Our Cities: Our Planet,” a special Festival focus, will explore the challenges of the world’s urban environments as they strive to meet environmental and economic needs. The 2014 Festival features…

Division of Agriculture, Riceland Foods Enter Joint Effort in CLA Production

Riceland Foods of Stuttgart and the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture have reached agreement to cooperate in research aimed at commercializing technology to produce soy oil rich in…

Local Tractor Supply Store in Stuttgart Wins Award

Local Tractor Supply Store in Stuttgart Wins Award

The Stuttgart Tractor Supply Company (TSC) store was recently recognized for winning the Paper Clover “Regional Champion” Award for being one of the top 5 stores to have the highest…

Little Rockers Kids Marathon

Little Rockers Kids Marathon

On Saturday March 1, 2014 students from DeWitt and Gillett Elementary Schools participated in the Little Rockers Kids Marathon Final Mile. The students have been earning 25.2 of the 26…

City Adopts Commercial Garbage Collection

By Terrye Seamon The old saying goes that one man’s junk is another man’s treasure, but the DeWitt City Council decided at their meeting March 10 that DeWitt’s junk will…

Rain Brings Fieldwork, Planting to a Halt

A winter that just won’t quit has put a chill on farm fieldwork, extension agents for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture said Monday. Farmers took advantage of…