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Narcotics officers on Wednesday arrested a Monticello man in the Jackson and Dillard streets area after they found concealed in his clothing more than a quarter of a pound of marijuana, according to...
Lauren Roark was one of eight students whose designs were chosen to be painted on benches to be placed in the garden. She is shown with her design and the completed bench.
U.S. Army Colonel LeAnne Burch presented a unique gift to Drew County this week: a U.S. flag that flew over Afghanistan on Memorial Day 2009. Burch, a Monticello attorney and U.S. Army Reserve Judge...
Shortstop Lindsey Randle tags a Quincy College runner.
This 1970s-era photo shows a demonstration of the sorghum mill at the Drew County Museum. For full story, click the "Museum" section under the "News" tab. <p>The late Ida Johnson demonstrating...
Furniture belonging to the family of 20-year-old UAM student Crystal Crook can be seen in the wreckage of the mobile home where Crook lived with her mother and brother. The structure, located about...
Drew Central Elementary K-2 Students of the Month for October include, not in order shown: Diego Rivera, Maleia Green, Stephen Palmer, D’Raylon Deshazer, Maggie Hill, Landon Satterlee, Kaleb Love,...
The Monticello School Board Tuesday night tabled for further discussion a proposed drug testing policy for middle school and high school students involved in extracurricular activities and those who...
The Junior Auxiliary of Monticello will sponsor its 2009 Christmas Tour of Homes from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday, December 6. Five local residents have decorated extensively for the season and will be...
Lt. Col. Coy Briant (right), USAFR, Arkansas Civil Air Patrol Liaison officer, observes as Sandy and Rex Davis, parents of Dustin Davis, pin on their son’s insignia after his promotion to Cadet...
Winners in the Rhythm & Roots motorcycle show included, from left: Ronny Cruce, first place, domestic stock; Todd King, second place, domestic stock; Buddy Walker, first place, domestic custom;...
Rock Springs United Methodist Church will celebrate its 150th anniversary on Sunday, May 17, with special services beginning at 10:30 a.m., to be followed by a potluck meal. Former pastors and their...
A Drew County resident concerned about the trash and litter around the county asked the Quorum Court Monday night to reconsider purchasing uniform wheeled trash receptacles for county sanitation...
<span>A "Taxed Enough Already" (TEA) party was held on the Monticello town square Wednesday afternoon, April 15. The event, spearheaded by the American Family Association and coordinated by...
City officials are looking into the possiblilty of building a new water feature with toys for children at Jordan Park. Mayor Joe Rogers, aldermen Al Peer, Sherrie Gillespie, Tim Chase and Carolyn...
Monticello Intermediate School teachers conducted prior-to-school home visits with their upcoming students in August in an effort to meet the students and parents before the first day of school. "...
University of Arkansas System President B. Alan Sugg at centennial celebration

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