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New Year’s Day is a day when many changes are made. One change in 2019 is that, as of Jan. 1, hospitals were required to post their price lists online in an effort to increase price transparency and...
If sportsmen in Drew County have ever occurred a fine while hunting or fishing, know the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has put the money to good use. Last Wednesday afternoon, the Arkansas...
It’s time again for the annual Monticello-Drew County Chamber of Commerce/Monticello Economic Development Commission community service awards. Nominations are now open for 2018 Man and Woman of the...
Monticello has its first female mayor. Paige Chase, who took the seat Tuesday, is the first woman elected to that office. City Clerk Andrea Chambers has served as acting mayor on two occasions but...
Friday afternoon, Tenth Judicial District Prosecuting Attorney Thomas Deen filed formal charges of first-degree murder solicitation (two counts) against Stephanie Lynn Hill Rogers, according to court...
In a surprising turn of events, Southeast Arkansas saw snow in mid November. Send your snow day pictures to the Advance-Monticellonian so we can share them on our website and social media.
Known for bringing friends and family together and its commitment to the community, Huddle House in Monticello is showing respect and support for those who have and continue to protect our...
UP-TO-THE-MINUTE NEWS The Advance-Monticellonian received an email at 9:17 a.m. today (Monday) from the 10th Judicial District Prosecuting Attorney's office confirming several details in the case...
All interested Drew County voters:   There will be a “Meet the Candidates” gathering at 6:30 p.m. tonight at the Living Word Fellowship Church, 181 U.S. Highway 425 South. All...
Earlier this year, Advance-Monticellonian Publisher Tom White was named President of the Arkansas Press Association. In the third quarter Arkansas Publisher magazine, Tom and the entire staff at the...
Billy Williams, superintendent of the Drew Central School District, has died, the Advance-Monticellonian confirmed with DCSD School Board President Mike Pennington. Pennington said Williams was...
The Monticello City Council meeting was called to order by Mayor David Anderson at 6:02 p.m. Tuesday night and the minutes from last months meeting were approved. Nita McDaniel, Executive Director of...

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