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Jones Custom Backhoe Service, LLC

Jones Custom Backhoe Service LLC

NorthSide Baptist Church

Northside Baptist Church


Cricket Wireless

Johnson’s Showroom Furniture

Johnson's Showroom Furniture

South Arkansas Business Solutions


Atlas Foundation Repair

Immanuel Baptist Church


Gibson & Keith

Lucky’s Of Monticello

LifeShare No Date

LA Graphics

LA Graphics

Time & Temp

Time and Temperature

War Eagle Boats

Arkansas AG

Seark Sod Farm

Pines Broadcasting Company

Pines Broadcasting Company

Commercial Bank

O’Fallon Vet

0'Fallon Vet

Old Milo Christmas Tree Farm

Market Place

The Market Place

Union Bank 1

Sheilla Lampkin

Scripture Of The Day

Scripture Of The Day

Secure Storage 2

Western Sizzlin’

Western Sizzlin'


Baker’s Electrical

Baker's Supply

Corner Express (O&M Oil Co.)

Corner Express

Head of the Class

Outfitters RX

Outfitter's RX

Archive for September, 2008

Ms. Drew County Pageant

Monday, September 29th, 2008

Ms. Drew County–Carol Moore

1st runner up & Congeniality Winner–Clarissa Pace

2nd runner up–Amanda Nall

3rd runner up & Photogenic–Jessica Russell

Update–3 Vehicle Wreck on N Gabbert Sunday AM Sends 2 to Hospital

Sunday, September 28th, 2008

A three vehicle wreck near the top of the hill in the 800 block of North Gabbert around 2 a.m. Sunday morning, sent two people to the hospital.

The Chevy Colorado, shown above, turned in front of the Olds Alero, which hit the tree on the west side of Gabbert St. according to the police report.

The driver of the Alero, Rodney Ridgell, was charged with DWI 2, no proof of insurance, and driving with a suspended license.


UAM Student Dies in Truck Wreck Near Midway Route Thursday

Friday, September 26th, 2008

Justin Arnold, age 19 of Camden, died at the scene of a Thursday auto accident that occurred around 6:15 p.m., apparently from internal injuries he received during the wreck.

Arnold was a passenger in a pick-up being driven by Richard Rudolph, age 20, of Drew County.  The truck was traveling toward Midway Route, on Old Troy Road, in the area of Firing Range Road, when it crossed the roadway, traveled down an embankment, and struck a “metal carport” break area, where four Price Industries
employees were taking a break. (more…)

TODAY–Benefit Fish Fry In Memory of Sgt. Larry Smith

Friday, September 19th, 2008

Going on today, there is a Benefit Fish Fry In Memory of Sgt. Larry D. Smith, at Southeast Emergency Medical Service, 503 West Gaines St.

This will be a benefit fish fry, where all profits and donations will go to help with expenses for a monument for Larry’s grave.

Meals are $10.00 and include fish and all the trimmings and dessert, and can be picked up from 4:30 – 7:30 p.m. A drive thru service will be provided for your convenience.  Bring ticket at time of pick-up.

We will also be selling lunch meals to businesses until 1:00. Any business please contact SEEMS at 870-367-2300. (more…)

Where Were You? 9-11 Memories and Tribute

Thursday, September 11th, 2008

Soon after the terrorists crashed the planes into the Twin Towers in New York City, and most Americans realized that we were not as safe as we all thought we were, country singer Alan Jackson released a song that summed up how a lot of people felt, and how they reacted.

The song asked, “where were you” on that September 11 morning, 2001.

Everyone is welcome to join in, and remember where you were, and what you did that morning, seven years ago.

Lincoln, Pryor, Ross Announce Funds to Assess Biofuel Research in Arkansas

Monday, September 8th, 2008

Grant to Assess Feasibility of Ethanol Production

U.S. Senators Blanche Lincoln and Mark Pryor along with Representative Mike Ross announced Monday that Delta Sweet Sorghum Ethanol Producers, LLC, of Lake Village will receive a $97,500 Rural Development grant from the United States Department of Agriculture. The funds will be used to asses the feasibility of cellulosic ethanol production from sweet sorghum in Arkansas. (more…)

Update 6—Drew County Weather–Gustav Comes to Arkansas

Tuesday, September 2nd, 2008


Drew County Maintenence Crews are shown here removing a tree from Midway Route, around 5 p.m., Tuesday afternoon. 

According to reports, the entire western half of Monticello went dark at 9:15 p.m., but power came back on within minutes.

Drew County Judge, Damon Lampkin, earlier today, said that the heavy rains and strong winds that have brought down several trees across the county , throughout the day, and asked for residents to have patience as the county workers are busy clearing other areas. (more…)

Hurricane Gustav Evacuees Staying in Monticello–Sunday Report

Monday, September 1st, 2008

Monticello hotel rooms have been booked for several days, and as of Sunday, approximately 400+ Louisiana residents have come to Monticello, in order to escape the wrath of Hurricane Gustav.

Signs have been placed on the south and east highway entrances to Monticello with the phone number to call to reach get information about local services. (more…)

State Farm David Funderburg

Re-Elect Bruce Anderson Judge

Union Bank 2

Mr. Bug

Mr. Bug

Bone’s Auto Parts

Bone's Auto Parts

Happy Thoughts Booth 236

Happy Thoughts Booth 236 Market Place

Reggie’s Lock & Key

Reggie's Lock & Key

Greenscape Nursery

Greenscape Nursery

Custom Truck / Spee-D-Lube

Custom Truck / Spee-D-Lube

Farm Bureau

Southern Quality Construction

Larry & Lance Kling




Farmer’s Insurance

Cass Martin Realty

Cass Martin Realty




Malco Theater

City Drug

City Drug

The Computer Guys

DMH We Are Hiring

DMH Job Openings

Cedar Hills Apartments

Monticello Tire (Goodyear)

Monticello Tire (Goodyear)

Razorback Body Shop

Razorback Body Shop

Holiday Inn Express

Booth 7B

Booth 7B

Mt. Tabor

Life Share

A.J. Huffman

Cash Saver Food Outlet

Cash Saver

Ray Ryburn Real Estate

Monticello Realty

Monticello Realty

Monticello Animal Clinic

Monticello Animal Clinic

Mullis Insurance

Sammy Mullis Insurance

The Guest House

The Guest House