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2013 MISS ARKANSAS COUNTY RICE CONTEST

Rice is one of the largest grown crops in Arkansas County and is very important to the economy of our county.  In an effort to bring about a better appreciation of…

St. Charles, Crocketts Bluff, and Ethel News

By Margaret Aycock There’s not a lot of news in the St. Charles area this week. I haven’t heard anything and no one in the area has let me know…

To Judge or Not To Judge, That Is the Question

By Pastor Steve Ellison Romans 14 establishes that within the church there are people who are strong and people who are weak.  It seems that many of us regard those…

DeWitt Police Report

February 13, 2013 – An officer began a chase of a vehicle initially for dim lights but then for a high rate of speed.  The truck then came to an…

Congratulations, Tanner Varnadore!

Congratulations, Tanner Varnadore!

Tanner’s long awaited transplant was given February 6, 2013. This photo was taken that same day with his bone marrow transplant that was given to him. He wants to thank…

St. Charles, Ethel, and Crocketts Bluff News

By Margaret Aycock First, I need to make some corrections for the news that was in last week’s regarding the meeting in Ethel of Belleville Baptist Ladies’ Axillary on Jan.…

DeWitt School District to Join the Sub-Teach Program

By Valenya Franks After a continued discussion on the Sub-Teach program from last month’s meeting, the School Board determined that the DeWitt School District would join the program in the…

Rural Life Conference

By Carol Sanders The 57th annual Rural Life Conference gets underway Feb. 22 at the Pine Bluff Convention Center with 13 workshops, many reflecting the conference theme “Climate Change and…

Smart911, Better Protection and Help for Citizens

By Valenya Franks Judge Glen “Sonny” Cox spent a good portion of the February Quorum Court Meeting discussing the importance of Smart911. Smart911 is a computer program that the state…

Cultural Landscape Report and Environmental Assessment

At Arkansas Post National Memorial (Osotouy Unit) Superintendent Ed Wood has announced the opening of the public scoping period for an Environmental Assessment addressing the potential impacts from management alternatives…