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2019 Homecoming Queen Halle Wilson, Senior Maid Kayli Selby; Sophomore Maid Anslee Hayes; Freshman Maid Drew Brasher; Eighth Grade Maid Miri Bliss Jones. The homecoming celebration kicks off  with a...
Experience the delights of Fall Birding at the 2019 Arkansas Audubon Society (AAS) Spring convention, which will meet Friday, Nov. 15 through Sunday, Nov. 17 at the Hampton Inn and Arkansas Tech...
The ACLU of Arkansas will celebrate its 50th anniversary Thursday, Nov. 14 as membership in the iconic civil rights organization continues to grow. The number of card-carrying ACLU of Arkansas...
Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge released a statewide public service announcement, Monday, Nov. 4, addressing the opioid epidemic that continues to devastate Arkansas. Rutledge has been a...
University of Arkansas Monticello Chamber Choir and Musical Theater Workshop will present a Dinner Pops Concert in the Green Room of the Gibson University Center at 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26. In...
   Construction to widen U.S. Highway 82 south of Hamburg in Ashley County requires a traffic shift, according to Arkansas Department of Transportation officials. Northbound and southbound lanes on...
Special Judge William Randal Wright, appointed by the Arkansas Supreme Court, ruled Tuesday afternoon during an appearance at the Drew County Courthouse that former Ashley County attorney Dustyn...
Budgets, electronic paychecks for county employees, grants and cemetery restoration were the topics at the Drew County Quorum Court meeting and the budget meeting that directly followed Monday night...
In an effort to be more environmentally friendly, the city of Monticello would like to remind residents that the city has a recycle program available to those inside and outside the city limits. The...
At 12:28 p.m. Monday, the Advance-Monticellonian received notice from Drew County Judge Robert Akin he was instituting an immediate emergercy burn ban for the county. "Due to dry conditions and...
For many months this summer, Monticello residents have noticed some changes in the smell, taste—and in some instances—discoloration of their water. For months, Monticello Mayor Paige Chase,...
Tenth Judicial Circuit Court Judge Quincey Ross denied the Motion to Dismiss for Failure to Allege a Crime in the Stephanie Rogers case last Thursday afternoon, along with a Motion for...
The Arkansas State Police has been in close contact in recent days with the Federal Bureau of Investigation attemping to identify the source of an alleged threat of gun violence at an undisclosed...
(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....

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