Pines Broadcasting Company
Union Bank 1
Scripture Of The Day
Dan’s Truck & Tire
Monticello Tire (Goodyear)
Secure Storage 2
Holiday Inn Express
Corner Express (O&M Oil Co.)
Head of the Class
South Arkansas Business Solutions
LifeShare No Date
Razorback Body Shop
Lucky’s Of Monticello
Gibson & Keith
Queen City Furniture Co.
Time & Temp
NorthSide Baptist Church
War Eagle Boats
State Farm David Funderburg
Seark Sod Farm
Tuesday, April 15 –
Baseball vs Hermitage 4:30 p.m. 5/5
Jr.SEARK Relays @ Monticello 3:30/4:45 p.m.
Thursday, April 17 –
Baseball vs Star City 5:00 p.m. – 7/5
Softball vs Star City 5:00 p.m. – 7/5
JV Baseball @ White Hall 4:30 p.m. – 7/5
Soccer @ Stuttgart 5:30 p.m.
Sr. SEARK Relays @ Monticello 3:30/4:45 p.m.
Friday, April 18th – Good Friday
At Thursday night’s DC school board meeting, the names of this year’s Hall of Fame and Distinguished Service Award recipients were announced.
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Duck Commander Long & Short Sleve Shirts
Sweatshirts & Vests
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The MHS Robotics team performed well at the State VEX Competition hosted by Arkansas Tech University. After 6 qualifying rounds, they were ranked high enough to be chosen as one of eight alliance captains; which guaranteed they would advance to the quarter final rounds.
Members of the Monticello Robotics Team: Scott Bellott, Hunter Hickam, Matthew Woodard and Brandon Ashcraft.
The man Drew County Sheriff’s Deputies were searching for, over the past week, is now assisting them in locating a large portions of the stolen property from his long and wide crime spree, that now has touched three counties.
Monday’s groundbreaking ceremony was used as an occaision to begin the new improvment to city water service, move into the “electronic age”, with remote meter reading, and also a tribute to Mayor Allen Maxwell, who died last week. Many of Mayor Maxwell’s family members took part in Monday’s ceremony.
Tim Jacob, a long time supporter of the existing Arkansas Term Limit regulations, spoke to the local tea party Monday night.
He reported that hidden under the ballot title of the “ETHICS AND TRANSPARENCY ISSUE” (but not mentioned in the title) is wording to amend the states constitution to extend our current term limits from 6 years for State Representatives to 12 house to 12 years, and change the Senate’s term to 18 years.
The City of Monticello held their first of four “Our Place” town hall meetings, Thursday night, hosted by assistant to the Mayor for planning, Zach Tucker.
A total of 9 folks attended the meeting, 4 from the TEA party, Tucker, a county employee from Ward 2, and 2 city hall staff, who were signing in attendees (both live in Ward 2), MLive.
The 40 minute presentation dealt with planning and vision concepts.
The discussion, which lasted over an hour, was unexpectedly open to all. The TEA party members and MLive, as well as others made the most of the opportunity to discuss the “SWOT” (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) to our area.
A friendly, perculiar dog was found running loose in the Parkwood area.
If you’re missing your furry little friend, acll 723-3897
“Happy 50th Birthday to me!” (Sarcasm)
After 7 years of surpring local folks with slightly embarrassing photos that friends and co-workers have sent to MLive on their birthdays; it’s only fair that I do it to myself, as I turn “the big 5-0.”
This is the closest I have to a “weather channel photo,” from Hurricaine Gustav’s effects on Drew County, a few years ago.
This seems like a good time to say thanks for your support, your loyalty, and for agreeing that “what I think is newsworthy, is what you think is newsworthy.”
Now hiring for: Case ManagerFull-time
Qualified applicants please mail or fax resume/application to:
Mainline Health Systems, Inc.
Attention: Jeni Williams, Clinical Quality Director
PO Box 509 – 106 East Speedway
Dermott, AR 71638 – Fax: 870-538-5412
Applications can be found at www.mainlinehealth.net
Applications will be accepted until 3/7/2014
Competitive Salary / Clinic Hours / Company Paid Health Insurance / Company Paid Life Insurance
At their last meetings, both the Monticello City Council and Drew Memorial Hospital board moved their meetings to be held on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 6 PM.
Schedule conflicts of board members was the topic of discussion in both cases.
Due to technical difficulties, the video from the Quorum Court meeting is unavailabe.
The screens below, however, provide the audio from the meeting.
After several years of attempting to get governmental assistance to help fund tornado sirens for Drew County, we’ve finally got funding to assist with the purchase of 27 tower sirens, which will be scattered around the county.
But as the years have passed by, many feel that the towers have been surpassed by digital technology, as the best way to go, to notify county residents of impending disanter, should it occur.
Chance of Rain75°/52°
Southern Quality Construction
Bone’s Auto Parts
Reggie’s Lock & Key
Union Bank 2
Immanuel Baptist Church
Cass Martin Realty
4. DMH Home Health
Cedar Hills Apartments
Drew Outdoor & Casual Wear
Rob’s Rims & Tires 1
First Presbyterian Church
$100 Monthly Prize
AM Rental & Sales
Cash Saver Food Outlet
Ray Ryburn Real Estate
Monticello Animal Clinic
Jones Custom Backhoe Service, LLC
The Guest House