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Corner Express (O&M Oil Co.)
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Monticello Police have Jermaine Kincade in custody, Friday evening, following a day long search for him, following Thursday’s apartment complex shooting, where 2 people were injured when Kincade, along with his brother Jimmy Kincade, Jr. fired a shotgun at the victims, before fleeing the scene on foot.
South Arkansas Community College in El Dorado has announced its list of more than 300 spring graduates. Read the rest of this entry »
The Drew County Single Parent Scholarship Board is hosting their summer fundraiser , “Tea and Talent Show; It’s A Family Affair” on Saturday, June 1 from 4 to 6 p.m. The location will be at the Ethel Hawkins Christian Life Center in Monticello.
Immanuel Baptist also contributed to the project, which has collected a total of 58 5-gallon buckets of supplies for Oklahoma tornado victims.
Each”Buckets of Love” contains water, flashlights, batteries, and other important hard-to-find items, in a time of disaster.
The buckets will be delivered to the Arkansas Baptist Convention, and forwarded to Oklahoma.
For other suggestions on how you can help the Oklahoma storm victims, check out the related MLive stories on how Monticello residents are performing similar projects.
All teams are guaranteed three games. T-ball entry fee is $50 per team and Pitching machine entry fee is $80 per team.
Registration ends on May 24, 2013.
Contact Coach Joseph Bivens @ 870-623-9859 for more information.
DREW FOAM COMPANY
Needing OTR Drivers
Come by 1093 Hwy 278 E to apply.
Call 870-460-4938 for more info.
City offices will be closed on Monday for Memorial Day.
The transfer station will be closed.
Trash route will run on Wednesday.
The Drew County Courthouse and Road Dept will be closed Monday, May 27, 2013 in observance of Memorial Day. Sanitation routes will run as follows:
Monday route pickup- Tuesday
Tuesday route pickup- Wednesday
Wednesday route pickup- Thursday
Thursday route pickup – Friday
Have a safe Memorial Day and remember the Fallen Soldiers.
Robin Caldwell, Executive Director, and Keli Inzer, Director, from HopePlace Monticello came to read to the children at Discovery Children’s Center this morning. We would like to say “Thank you” to them for volunteering their time and partnering with Discovery Children’s Center to promote literacy. We would all like to challenge you to take some time and read to a child.
HopePlace Monticello offers a variety of services to expecting parents and to parents with young children. For more information, please call 460-0067.
Discovery Children’s Center is a program designed for children 0-5 years of age who have a developmental delay. For more information, please call 367-4333.
Times for pickups are 8-11 am and 12- 3pm (no pickups from 11-12) Extras are available for $40
Kiwanis is selling flags to decorate the square and courthouse again this year. Flags can be purchased in honor or memory of any service members. Flags are $30 and can be purchased from any Kiwanis member or at Union Bank from Sandra Wright or Gail Hooker.
All proceeds go to fund the Monticello Kiwanis service project, which is bedroom makeovers for children in need.
The American Legion Post 2 and the VFW Post 4515 will host a Memorial Day Ceremony remembering all veterans and especially those who gave the supreme sacrifice for our country, Monday, at 10am at the Drew County Courthouse.
The public is encouraged to attend.
Look for the balloons on the door)
7:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Too many items to list…Baby Items, Furniture, Electronics, Clothes with super cheap prices for newborns to adults, Dishes, Books, Small Appliances, Bedding, Vases, Infant toys, Large & Small Toys, Electronics, DVDs, etc
*All proceeds will go toward the Youth Group’s Summer Mission Trip to New Orleans in July!!!
May is High Blood Pressure Education Month. Did you know nearly 68 million people in the U.S. have high blood pressure? High Blood Pressure, which is also called hypertension, increases the risk for heart disease and stroke, the first and third leading causes of death. There were more than 46 million visits to doctor’s offices for hypertension in 2007.
Two 2013 high school graduates have been selected to receive Environmental and Spatial Technology (EAST) scholarships to attend the University of Arkansas at Monticello next fall.
Fourth graders at Drew Central Elementary worked on their engineering skills by attending DC Engineering Institute during their second semester as part of a grant written by teacher Eva Arrington funded by Toyota & Ryburn Automotive.
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Immanuel Baptist Church
Drew Outdoor & Casual Wear
Holiday Inn Express
First Presbyterian Church
AM Rental & Sales
$100 Monthly Prize
Ray Ryburn Real Estate
Searcy & Associates
Reliable Truck & Tire
Monticello Animal Clinic
Heavenly Care Detail
Jones Custom Backhoe Service, LLC
The Guest House
Triple A (Custom Trucks/Spee-D-Lube)
Bone’s Auto Parts
Southern Quality Construction
Medllin’s Metal Roofing
Reggie’s Lock & Key
Cass Martin Realty