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The Drew Memorial Hospital Board of Directors voted 6-1 to not release settlement information between the hospital and two former employees during the board’s regularly scheduled monthly financial...
Charles and Margaret White of Warren have been missing since early Monday. Officials said the couple was last seen in Wilmar at a relative's house around 1:30 p.m. driving a maroon four door Dodge...
The city of Monticello will have to wait yet another three weeks before knowing who will fill the vacated mayor’s position in wake of Allen Maxwell’s untimely death in March. A very minimal number,...
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Drew Central students got a special treat away from the classroom Friday afternoon. The Drew Central Elementary and Middle School Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) treated the students to a BMX Bike...
<strong>ADOPTED OR EUTHANIZED</strong> The Monticello Animal Shelter has a number of dogs that have been picked up and are facing euthanization if not adopted. According to Monticello...
Arkansas Gov. Mike Beebe was recently presented with the First Annual Allen Maxwell Distinguished Public Service Award during last week’s 80th Municipal League Convention. Pictured in the photo are:...
This Saturday will mark one year since the 89th General Assembly approved Act 746, more commonly known as the Arkansas Carry Law, went into effect in the state. Initially adopted to make “technical...
The American Legion and the local Veterans of Foreign War Post held their annual Veterans Day program on the lawn of the Drew County Courthouse Tuesday morning. While the program has traditionally...
According to Drew County authorities, a Chicot County hunter who went missing near the Cut-Off Creek area in Collins on Tuesday. Authorities said that Fred Cunningham, 78, of Lake Village was found...
The Drew Central School Board voted unanimously Thursday night to exclude the 10 seniors, who are responsible for the vandalizing of school property last week, from participating in the senior awards...
There will be a Drew County Red Cross organizational meeting held at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 9 at First United Methodist Church, located at 317 S. Main St. in Monticello. Those attending are asked to...
Arkansas Midland Railroad pulled out as the sole contractor for the Southeast Arkansas Intermodal Authority Facility railway project. Stephanie Johnson, manager of market development for Arkansas...
The Southeast Arkansas Tea Party will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 14, at the Lighthouse Assembly of God Church, located at 160 Hwy. 52 West in Hamburg. The Tea Party is a group of like-minded, non...
Monticello Intermediate School students and their families traveled across the globe Monday night. The students got to experience a kangaroo race in Australia; make jewelry, masks, and drums in...
Governor Beebe has proclaimed that the United States and Arkansas flags will be flown at half-staff on Saturday, September 14, 2013. The flags will be lowered to honor United States Army Sergeant...
As part of his last piece of official city business, the late Mayor Allen Maxwell and the Monticello City Council approved a motion allowing the city to establish a cemetery board and authorize the...
Chancellor and Mrs. Jack Lassiter will host receptions in their home on the University of Arkansas at Monticello campus prior to the UAM Sports Hall of Fame Banquet on Thursday, October 24 and before...
Debbie Ashcraft, teacher at Monticello HIgh School and parent of a MHS junior, spoke out against converting from a four by four block schedule to an A/B/C schedule in the upcoming school year during...

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