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(LITTLE ROCK) – As the Labor Day holiday period approaches, Arkansans will begin to see to see more law enforcement officers patrolling streets and highways prepared to arrest drunk drivers....
Twenty-eight million patients, a number that continues to grow along with the demand for affordable primary care, are served by community health centers nationwide. In addition to their work as...
Monticello residents may have noticed smoke coming from the ground, pipes and houses around town last week. Monticello Water Works and the Arkansas Rural Water Association were busy searching for...
As her trial date nears, Stephanie Rogers’ attorney is doing some last-minute maneuvering. Two motions, one on Stephanie Rogers’ behalf and the other from her husband, former Monticello Mayor Joe...
As usual, the Drew County Log A Load for Kids committee delivered. The annual banquet drew more people, the auction items were selling like hotcakes and those in attendance discovered just how much...
Since 1976, the Southeast Arkansas Concert Association has “brought the arts” to the area, according to their website. Tuesday, the organization released its 2019-20 schedule. This season, the...
Two motions were presented in the ongoing Stephanie Rogers case Thursday morning—and both were denied by Tenth Judicial Circuit Judge Quincey Ross. Stephanie Rogers’ attorney, Patrick Benca of Little...
Anglers, take note: Pat Fitts, the director of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, has removed all daily sportfish limits and length limits on Lake Monticello—for all species of fish—in an...
Thanks to the Regular Session of Arkansas’ 92nd General Assembly, Monticello School District administrators have been busy. As a group, they presented policy updates made available through the...
In a jam-packed meeting, the Drew Central School District School Board first approved the transfer of $950,000 from the operating fund to the building fund, then heard a presentation from DCSD...
Some unique pieces have made their way into the Drew County Log A Load for Kids auction since 1993. Chances are, though, none is more distinct than one of the items those that attend this year’s...
Boaters on Lake Monticello were greeted by a sign this weekend warning them to boat at their own risk due to problems discovered along the Hunger Run Dam last week. Light was shed on the potential...
Water complaints from Monticello residents—everything from a chlorine or bleach smell to discolored water—have been raised for several weeks now. This problem was acknowledged and discussed by the...
Problems with sewer lines and the wastewater pond for Monticello prompted a trip to Little Rock and a meeting with the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality by Monticello Mayor Paige Chase,...

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