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Meeting face-to-face for the first time since Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson ordered targeted shut downs across the state in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Drew County Quorum court spent...
District Judge Bruce Anderson has announced that, due to a recent increase in the number of coronavirus cases, the District Court building will not reopen on May 18 but will continue to be closed...
Little Rock, AR -- The Arkansas Department of Agriculture is reminding Arkansans that they must ensure any livestock they purchase or receive from other states meets the State and Federal import...
Little Rock, AR— May 5, 2020 — Each May since 1988, National Foster Care Month has raised awareness of the needs of children and teens in foster care across Arkansas.   When children cannot stay with...
As Arkansas enters phase one of its reopening plan, customers and workers across the state will be returning to facilities that have experienced reduced water use in recent weeks. It’s critical that...
The Bradley County Pink Tomato Festival Executive Committee has announced plans to hold the 64th annual Bradley County Pink Tomato Festival on the traditional date, the second full weekend in June....
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Now more than ever, Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System is committed to providing high-quality mental health care while keeping Veterans safe from...
In a University of Arkansas System board meeting Monday, May 4, trustees and leadership resolved to begin preparing System campuses to open for in-person classes in the fall semester. Campuses...
Despite the statewide school closures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, student teams from 25 Arkansas schools and school districts managed to finish the Stock Market GameTM program to take top...
The much anticipated Market in the Park opening date is now set for Saturday, May 16, from 8 a.m to 11 a.m.  With delays due to Covid-19 and the weather, our produce vendors are anxious to get...
The Arkansas Department of Agriculture is partnering with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service to provide $309,172 in grants to 18 conservation districts across the state. The grants...
Farming isn’t anything new to Edward and Angela Schenk, as well as anyone can remember the family began farming with Edward’s grandfather sometime during the 1930’s. His father began farming on his...
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission heard the first reading of 100 changes to the AGFC Code of Regulations at today’s regularly scheduled meeting.  Although concerns for the current coronavirus...
Greetings, Monticellonians. I hope you are finding safe and creative ways to make it through during this unprecedented time.  I would like to send out a sincere thank you to all of the...
Annually, May is recognized as Foster Care Awareness Month, this year is no different.  According to the website childwelfare.gov, Foster Care Awareness month is “a time to acknowledge foster...
One burglary suspect, Omarion Foster, 18, was arrested last week by the Monticello Police Department and the Federal Agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms following an early morning...
Residents in Drew County who have not responded to the 2020 U.S. Census have received or will be receiving another reminder in the mail soon, along with an estimated 69 million other households who...
Questions and concerns about an ordinance to amend Ordinance number 1981-572, which defines and limits conditions for open burning within the city limits of Monticello, dominated the city council...
The Monticello Police Department unveiled their recently renovated Humvee the department plans to use for promotional events. Razorback Body shop and Ray’s Custom Fabrication, both Monticello...
LITTLE ROCK (April 27, 2020) – The Arkansas Department of Commerce announced today the Arkansas Rural Connect (ARC) broadband grant program will now begin accepting applications. The ARC...

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