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Renovations Planned for Carol Lester Memorial Recycling Center

Plans to renovate the Carol Lester Memorial Recycling Center were revealed at the Quorum Court Tuesday, May 14. The recycling account for sales of metal and reimbursement of mileage to…

School Choice Deadline June 1

Any student wishing to transfer into or out of the DeWitt School District must have his or her School Choice Act paperwork completed and turned in by June 1, 2013.…

Senior Center Clients Help the Caring and Sharing Pantry

Senior Center Clients Help the Caring and Sharing Pantry

Pictured left to right: Gladys Carr, Joan Snell, Neva West, Director of Senior Citizens Center, Julie Duncan, Bruce Young, Betty Knoll and Treasurer of Caring and Sharing Pantry, Inc., Betty…

St. Charles, Crocketts Bluff and Ethel News

By Margaret Aycock, 870-282-8030, jaymara@hughes.net Billy and Delphine Dorsey celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary this past week by traveling to Atlanta, GA. Delphine reported that they had a good trip…

Arkansas County 2013 Farm Family

The votes are in, and this year’s Arkansas County Farm Family is the Lance Padgett family. Lance and his wife, Donna, live in Ethel with their two daughters, Sydnee, age…

Darren Caldwell Recognized as Grassroots Champion

 The American Hospital Association (AHA), in partnership with the Arkansas Hospital Association, recently awarded Darren Caldwell, CEO of DeWitt Hospital & Nursing Home, and Delta Memorial Hospital in Dumas with…

New Life Mud Run

The New Life Mud Run was held Saturday, May 11. Many showed up to participate. The day was a lot of fun and successful. Everyone loves the Mud Run, but…

Noble Attains Master Farm Certification Designation

 Watson takes next step in providing top protection for farms and ranches Keith Watson of Nationwide Agribusiness, DeWitt, Arkansas, has achieved the On Your Side® Master Farm Certification designation from…

DeWitt Police Report

May 3, 2013 – Officer Powell was dispatched to the Kroger parking lot to take a report of a hit-and-run. Upon arrival, he spoke with the owner of the vehicle.…

Routine Traffic Stop Turns Into Drug Arrest

On Wednesday, May 8, during a routine traffic stop, Chief Jamie Forbes of St Charles arrested two on possession charges. Joseph Cleveland of St. Louis, MO was stopped for speeding.…