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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…

Gillett Christmas Parade

Gillett Christmas Parade

2013 Year in Review – January -June

  By Terrye Seamon JANUARY January 3 C.F Scott and Christina Verderosa sell DeWitt’s longstanding newspaper, DeWitt Era-Enterprise, to two investors from Chicago. The new staff includes Valenya Franks, editor;…

Acres of Help Helping to Build a Stronger School and Better Life for Students

Acres of Help Helping to Build a Stronger School and Better Life for Students

Pictured above: Board Member Drew Whiting; Technology Coordinator Carol Simpson; Board President Barry Joe Wilson;, Superintendent, Dr. Lynne Dardenne; Thayn Morton, Acres of Help; Board Vice-President, Brad Koen; Board Secretary,…

Potlatch Conservation Education Center at Cook’s Lake will Conduct a Program on White River Waterfowl

A program on White River Waterfowl will be conducted by Arkansas Game and Fish Commission Staff at the Potlatch Conservation Education Center near the community of Casscoe at Cook’s Lake…

News In and Around Gillett

News In and Around Gillett

Left to right: Katie Grantham and Christina Grantham.  Left to right: Annette Grantham, Christina Grantham, Randy Grantham, Katie Grantham, Matthew Lehner, Darla Grantham, Ginger Sullivan By Darla Grantham To submit…

St. Charles, Crocketts Bluff and Ethel News

By Margaret Aycock 870-282-8030 jaymara@hughes.net Betty Jones came home from St. Vincent’s Hospital in Little Rock Tuesday, December 17, after a week’s stay. Her husband, Earl related that some days…

Arkansas County Celebrates 200 Years

Arkansas County Celebrates 200 Years

  With visitors from all over the state, the Arkansas County Bicentennial was a huge success. Visitors were able to learn the history of various places in Arkansas County, as…

December Quorum Court Meeting

by Kevin Brown   The December Quorum Court met last Tuesday to discuss a number of issues and vote on several ordinances, including: Ordinance No. 2013-20 abolishing the Deputy Court…