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Controversy surrounded the Monticello School Board’s regularly scheduled Monday night meeting and when the smoke cleared little had been resolved. The Monticello School Board, under the direction of...
Dr. Jason Cater’s Family has been named the 2013 Farm Family of the Year by the Drew County Farm Family Committee. Dr. Cater, his wife, Sara, and sons, Tanner, 7, and Weston, 10, are cattle and...
Despite the facts that the city of Monticello will have a new mayor in January, that representatives from Siemens, Inc. have been noticeably absent from city meeting over the past two months and that...
By a majority vote, the Monticello City Council elected to change amendment number 746, which regulates the serving hours and consumption of alcohol, at Thursday nights regularly scheduled meeting....
Sunday afternoon, Monticello paid final respects to a local legend. Tommy Wayne Barnes, 61, the winningest football coach in the history of the University of Arkansas at Monticello, lost a long...
CARTI, the largest private cancer clinic in Arkansas, and Drew Memorial Hospital, a 49-bed hospital in Monticello, have announced that they will be partnering to deliver excellence in cancer care and...
Just after noon on Friday the Monticello Fire Department was paged to the Shady Acres Trailer Park, located just off of Highway 425 S., in response to a structure fire. When firefighters arrived on...
Brigadier General and Monticello resident, LeAnne Burch, was one of several guest speakers at Monday morning's Memorial Day Service at the Drew County Courthouse. For the full story and plenty more...
A new face has joined the Advance-Monticellonian’s team. Honi Brown was recently hired to lead the advertising sales team as the new advertising sales manager. Brown is a veteran newspaper...
SEARCY—A furious second-half rally fell just short as Drew Central was upset 44-43 by Elkins in the  first round of the Class 3A state basketball tournament at Riverview High School on Wednesday...
<p style="margin-bottom: 0in;"><span style="font-size: large;">U.S. Senator John Boozman and the Monticello-Drew County Chamber of Commerce invite you to a reception on Wednesday,...
<span class="userContent">According to local law enforcement personnel, the missing Warren couple, Charles and Margaret White, have been found on Bradley County 17. No details are available at...
The Great Race, dubbed the world’s premier old car rally, will bring up to 100 antique automobiles to downtown Monticello on Thursday, June 27, as part of a lunch stop. “When the Great Race pulls...
The one-cent county sales tax earmarked for road work is set to expire December 31, and on Monday night, the quorum court took the first step toward asking voters to renew it for an additional six...
The Drew Central Lady Pirates sailed to victory over the Genoa Central Lady Dragons 52-31 in their first round match-up in the Regional Tournament being held in Prescott. Drew Central jumped ahead of...
No one was injured when the roof of an outdoor storage building, and an open field caught fire last Wednesday at properties on Ross Avenue and Browning Drive in Monticello. The Monticello Fire...
Drew County Attorney Cliff Gibson cautioned the Quorum Court about the contract for the tornado sirens during the court’s regular scheduled monthly meeting Monday night at the courthouse. Gibson said...
Firefighters from across Southeast Arkansas gathered in Monticello Sunday to say goodbye to their brother, Caleb Satterlee, who was killed when he lost control of his vehicle on Highway 425 North...
If you are planning to send your children outside the school district in which you reside for the first time next year, the days you have to file school choice are limited as the deadline is June 1....
With the general elections less than a week away, Drew County Clerk Lyna Gulledge said early voting has been steady. According to election officials, 1,433 ballots have been cast as of 9:45 a.m....

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