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Driving through town, citizens of Monticello may have noticed  a new addition to the Monticello Police Department fleet of vehicles, they can expect two more.  “Normally every year we get a new...
District Judge Bruce Anderson has announced further changes to the District Court calendar. These are as follows:   -cases which are set for Tuesday, May 5, are reset to Tuesday, August 4, 2020, at8...
A local business suffered a burglary sometime on Wednesday night, April 22 or early Thursday morning, April 23. several handguns were stolen and the Monticello Police Department is offering a cash...
CROSSETT, Arkansas (April 23, 2020) – Cynergy Cargo, an enclosed cargo trailer manufacturer headquartered in Douglas, Georgia, today announced that it is building a new facility in the...
  LITTLE ROCK, AR – A team of 13 inspectors from the Arkansas Department of Agriculture’s Bureau of Standards continues to provide critical consumer protection services during the COVID-19...
Soft Pastures Present Problems If you drive on US Highway 425, past the University of Arkansas at Monticello beef herd, near campus, you can see cattle standing in a muddy feedlot. “That’s...
Arkansas PBS will continue to support at-home learning for the duration of school closures due to COVID-19 and has expanded its viewing options for “Arkansas AMI” – streamlined, curriculum-based...
As any former and current Junior and Senior in High Schools across the United States knows, the American College Testing, can determine a lot about one’s future, from the amount of scholarships...
Severe weather with straight-line winds and tornados tore across the southern United States Sunday, April 12, leaving over one million people without electricity, over 128,000 in Arkansas. Drew...
Ninety-three new Arkansas foster families from 32 counties participated in The CALL’s first-ever online training to prepare to accept children removed from their homes because of abuse and neglect....
As over one million people across the south wake up with severe storm damage and no power, linemen are getting busy to restore electricity to everyone as soon as possible. Entergy Arkansas has a few...
For some students the end of the school year hit a little harder than for others, especially those who were in their senior year of high school and college. Spring sports, proms, graduation...
Kalkomey, the online source for the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s Hunter and Boating Education programs, is offering a special 25 percent discount on online courses for Hunter Education and...
Arkansas Insurance Commissioner Alan McClain today released the following statement reminding Arkansans who may have recently lost job-based health insurance that they are eligible for a Special...
Last week’s closure of the Buffalo National River closes all use of the Buffalo National River Wildlife Management Area until further notice. This includes a closure to angling in this section of the...
Families around the United States are having to figure out how to teach their children at home or come up with alternate plans as schools across the country are closed until next fall. For one...
A local college professor thinks he’s discovered a fruity treasure in Southeast Arkansas in the form of a rare tomato plant. UAM Agriculture Professor Dr. Paul Francis met Master Gardener Edna...
A Monticello man was arrested Tuesday, March 24, for child pornography by the Monticello Police department, according to a MPD press release. Russ Langley, 63, was arrested after a search warrant was...
A $25,000 reward is being offered as the Drew County Sheriff's Department and the Arkansas State Police continue to investigate and ask for any information regarding the death of 26-year-old Wilmar...
Arkansas Community Foundation is accepting proposals for $1,000 mini-grants for organizations responding to the immediate needs of vulnerable populations affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. These...

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