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
The MarketPlace Christmas
Scripture Of The Day
Old Milo Farms Pumpkin Patch
Monticello Tire (Goodyear)
Secure Storage 2
Corner Express (O&M Oil Co.)
Glen’s Locks & Keys
The food pantry of Mt. Pleasant A.M.E. Church will be open on Saturday, December 16, 2013 from 11:00-1:00.
Picture ID will be required. First come, first serve.
For additional information, call 870-367-2551 and leave a message.
Kelsey Windham was crowned Sat as Miss Hamburg Holidays 2013. She also received awards for Most Beautiful & Best Personality. Kelsey is the 17 year old daughter of Teresa & Scott Duckworth & Darrell Windham. She is a senior at Monticello High School.
The University of Arkansas/Partners for Inclusive communities has positions for Navigators to be filled in your area.
The Navigator is responsible for assisting consumers who are enrolling through the Arkansas Insurance Marketplace free of charge. The duties include assessing the consumer needs, providing consumer education about health coverage, the Affordable Care Act, and Marketplace Health Coverage Options. These jobs are temporary, lasting until April 2014.
Please reference the University of Arkansas website for a full job description of this position and to apply for this position. https://jobs.uark.edu. Jobs will be listed under “Classified” by area of the state under Benefits Specialist/Navigator. Choose the area you live in to apply for the job. Questions? Call 501-682-9900.
Alanon meeting have moved their meetings to Monday nights. Meeting is at 5:30 pm at First Presbyterian Church, 821 N. Main. Meetings are completely confidential and is for anyone who thinks their life has been affected by another’s drinking.
For more info, call Jane at 870-723-2493 or Linda at 870-723-1069.
Kelsey Lynn Windham was crowned 2013 Miss Buck Fever Saturday night at the annual Miss Buck Fever Festival in Banks,AR.
Kelsey is the 17 year old daughter of Teresa & Scott Duckworth & Darrell Windham. She is a senior at Monticello High School.
Al Beaty of Monticello was among the 82 Farm Bureau leaders participating in the State Resolutions Committee meeting in North Little Rock.
Congressman Tom Cotton will be the keynote speaker at the 2013 Drew County Reagan Day Dinner and auction on November 8, 2013 at the VFW Post 4515, Veterans Drive (McCloy Park), Monticello. The dinner will be dedicated to our United States Military men and women who serve, and who have served this country faithfully.
This is the week when most parts of the country will turn their clocks BACK. So if it was2 a.m., it becomes 1 a.m.
Enjoy that extra hour of sleep.
It gets taken away from us in March..
Samantha is in ICU at ACH in critical care due to a brain AVM disorder.
All donations will be used to assist the family with medical expenses.
Samantha is the 16 year old daughter of Allen & Brenda Chavis and Susan Langston.
All donations will be greatly appreciated.
“Old Friends Need a New Home”
The Monticello Branch Library is in the process of updating its book collection in preparation for the move to the new library building in the spring. The old and seldom circulated books need new homes.
Warren Arkansas Speedway ended it’s second season with an awards banquet for the points champions
The 2013 Stinger I Champion was Aaron Hood, from Monticello. Hood took the lead early in the season winning the first three races. He received a 5ft tall trophy and a jacket with the track logo.
L.C. “Chad” Russell also from Monticello took second place in the Stinger class, he received a 4ft trophy and a t-shirt. Russell is Hood’s grandpa, these two drivers put on a good race every week, where occasionally Russell was able to beat Hood and take first place for the night.
First year driver, 12 year old, Jamie Martin, from Monticello took second place in the Stinger class. Clayton Copeland, Monticello, was also a second place point champion, in the cruiser class. Both received a 4ft trophy and t-shirt with the track logo. (more…)
Reverend Jimmy Bates and other speakers will present a program about the renovation of the old church and the history of the area. Early settlers include Stephen Gaster and Reece Bowden.
The Troy settlement and its cemetery is one of the oldest in Drew County.
Directions are as follows: Drive to Collins and turn south on the Collins-Line Road; drive for 8 to 10 miles and the church is on the right. Refreshments will be served.
Senior Airman Joshua Walker, 2nd Maintenance Squadron, receives a certificate of promotion from Col. Michael Adderley, 2nd Operations Group commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Curtis Storms, 2nd Bomb Wing command chief, during the Wing Promotion Ceremony on Barksdale Air Force Base, La., Aug. 29, 2013. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Joseph A. Pagán Jr.) Joshua was a 2010 Graduate of Monticello High. Senior Airman Joshua Walker is pictured with his wife Kenda and his Parents Glen And Faye Walker.
Please join the Tunican Chapter of the Arkansas Archeological Society Tuesday evening, October 1 at 6:30 PM for an archeology program titled Selling the South: The Complications of Tourism and Heritage.
The Discovery Skills Center sold support ribbons for the “A Child`s Voice’ Autism Foundation. Shown here are James Sanders – a consumer at the Discovery Skills Center, Rondie White- Secretary of the “A Child`s Voice” autism foundation, and Deanna Doherty- president of the “A Child`s Voice” autism foundation.
The week of September 8-14, 2013 is National Direct Support Professional’s week. Governor Beebe signed a proclamation declaring Arkansas’s recognition of Direct Support Professional’s in Arkansas.
A Direct Support Professional is the primary support of individuals who have special needs. These professionals provide a broad range of services, including preparation of meals, help with medications, personal hygiene, mobility, transportation, money management and instruction in daily life skills.
Move in ready!! 1,700 sq ft, living area, 2 bdrm, 2 bath, kitchen and dining area with a pantry, sitting room (could be a 3rd bdrm) with screened in sunporch, and a 2 car garage with electric doors located at 203 East Willis on a large corner lot. The master bedroom has a walk in closet.There is a nice storage shed in back. Call for more pics.
$110,000.00 call if interested 870.723.1209 any time or 870.723.1526 after 4:30
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Witty, whimsical, wonderful. These words and more describe the creative world of Little Rock artist Jane Hankins.
Born in Jonesboro, Ark., in 1950, Jane declared herself an artist by the age of four. She has been a strong presence in the Arkansas arts community over the past four decades. She has had numerous exhibitions and annual shows and was one of 10 Arkansas women artists chosen to exhibit in the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C.
“We have a lot of exciting new classes for the fall semester,”
said Memorie Dickson, program coordinator.
Religious education or Confraternity of Christian Development(CCD) classes for children from grades K-12 will open at St. Mark’s Catholic Church on Wednesday, September 4 at 6 p.m., and continue through May, according to Fr. Mark Abban, pastor.
Look Good Feel Better is now available in Monticello, because we are blessed with the Cancer Center at the Hospital. It will be every other month or as needed at Pauline Baptist the next one October 21 at 9:30 till 11:30 in the Family life Center. To Register call Sara Beth Wells at 723-2409 or go online at www.lookgoodfeelbetter.org but walk ins are always Welcome!
Entergy wants to remind you of a scam still targeting customers throughout Entergy Corporation’s service area. Con artistts call and say that your electric bill payment is past due, and that your service will be disconnected within the hour if you don’t pay up. Then you are directed to transfer funds electronically, sometimes through the system known as “MoneyPak.”
Bids must be received by 10:00am Tuesday August 26, 2013 and will be opened on Tuesday August 26, 2013 @ 11:00am.
The University of Arkansas-Monticello Jazz Band is one of the musical acts at the SouthArk Outdoor Expo, an effort of the South Arkansas Community College Foundation, on Sept. 14 at the El Dorado Conference Center.
A.B.A.T.E. District 18 of Southeast AR would like to say THANK YOU, to Atwood’s of Monticello for allowing us the opportunity of the hot dog sale on Aug 3, we appreciate them for supporting us and the local community with these events.
We would like to thank the Assistant Manger and employees of Atwood’s that helped us get set up and make this a very successful event.
We would also like to send a very large, THANK YOU, to the people of Monticello, Hamburg, Crossett, Dermott, Warren, McGehee, Dumas and the surrounding communities for your support of this event. Thank you for coming by and supporting us with your purchase of hot dogs and your donations.
Ride Safe…Ride Free… “Look Twice—Save a Life” Motorcycles are Everywhere.
Ray Ryburn Real Estate
Reliable Truck & Tire
Monticello Animal Clinic
Heavenly Care Detail
Jones Custom Backhoe Service, LLC
The Guest House
Brown Calhoun Store
Bone’s Auto Parts
Southern Quality Construction
Reggie’s Lock & Key
Medllin’s Metal Roofing
Immanuel Baptist Church
Cass Martin Realty
Cedar Hills Apartments
4. DMH Home Health
Drew Outdoor & Casual Wear
Holiday Inn Express
First Presbyterian Church
$100 Monthly Prize
AM Rental & Sales
Cash Saver Food Outlet