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Pines Broadcasting Company
Old Milo Christmas Tree Farm
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Corner Express (O&M Oil Co.)
Head of the Class
Jones Custom Backhoe Service, LLC
NorthSide Baptist Church
Johnson’s Showroom Furniture
South Arkansas Business Solutions
AN ORDINANCE CALLING A SPECIAL ELECTION IN
DREW COUNTY, ARKANSAS ON THE QUESTION OF
ISSUING CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS BONDS FOR EVENT
CENTER IMPROVEMENTS UNDER AMENDMENT NO. 62
TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS;
LEVYING A NEW ONE-FOURTH OF ONE PERCENT (0.25%)
SALES AND USE TAX FOR THE PURPOSE OF RETIRING
SUCH BONDS; AND PRESCRIBING OTHER MATTERS
If the event center tax continuatio of the old library tax passes, it would funded, not just by the tax bonds, but also by……
$3 million from the City of Montiello, from cash on hand,
35 acres of land donated by UAM at the college entrance on HWY 425,
Staffing, maintenance, and lawncare by UAM, (if located at proposed HWY site).
Rental, concessions etc. are expected to rais $200,000 yearly.
$400,000 per year, from the city’s hotel tax.
Mayor Tucker also said that the City of Monticello would also cover the $400,000 debt reerve
Supporters of the proposed Convention Center, expected to e built on HWY 425 on UAM property, made therir proposal the the Quorum Court Monday night, announcing their intent to pursue a “rollover” of the 1/2 cnt libbrary tax, when that tax expires, probably in April or May.
The new tax will end when the pyment for the convention center and/or DMH surgry center expansion are paid in full.
Captain, a full length movie, produced and directed by Warren’s Rob Reep, premiered Saturday at the Warren Cultural Center. A full house of around 750 were in attendace to see the event, based on the life and history of Hugn Bradley, whom Bradley County is named after.
The film showed Bradley’s life as grew from being “the family’s little brother,’ to a close, personal friend of future president, Andrew Jackson (also from Tenneessee).
The war of 1812, and the Battle of New Orleans, were also well portrayed by 150 actors, from southest Arkasas, including over 20 from Monticello.
Tickets and more information for Monticello event are at ticketriver.com
The City of Monticello is excited to announce the 2015 Movies in the Park Series. The outdoor program will including showing 10 films at the McCloy Park Amphitheater from May 2nd to Sept 5th.
Drew Central graduate Jessica Faith (Wishard) has just released a video to her song “without a fight”.
It has been a year since Jessica became a “GRAMMY Amplifier 2014 Winner”.
Since that time, the Grammy’s sent her to South by Southwest in Austin, TX to open for superstar Aloe Blacc, and filming a professional music video in Nashville.
Drew Central graduate and recoroding artis Ward Davis was a member of the DCHS Choir.
When he heard that former DC choir director Bennie Carol Wade Dunavan was the choir director for Mayflower Schools, and how much the devastating tornado had effected her current students, Davis organized a benefit concert at Nashville’s Douglas Corner Cafe, TONIGHT at 7:30, to help the Mayflower Choir .
Local folks can also be a part, by watching the fundraiser concert online at stageit.com. The cost is only $10.
Davis’ band, The Beagles, will also perform.
Around 40 area residents took part in an informational discussion, Sunday afternoon,, after watching a video presentation by Rob Reep, of Warren, on the history of the Saline river.
“The Saline” is 204 miles long and has many stories to tell about indians, farming, fishing, bootlegging, and riverboats.
“The Saline” is available for purchase on Amazon.com
Jessica Wishard, as she’s know to her Drew Central classmates recently was selected as a winner in the Grammy’s Amplified Awards. Out of over 5,000 entrants, she was one of only 3 shosen for the honor.
Amplifier Center Stage’s online platform allows emerging musicians to share their songs for a chance to have their music vetted by a panel of some of the biggest names in music today.
Her lated CD EP is available on ITunew, as well.
Former Burlington and Burlington House Area Rug employee reminisce, tell stories, and display tools from their jobs on Wednesday night’s “Hometown Monticello” broadcast on Cablevision Channel 19.
The program begions at 5 pm, and repeats until 7 am, Thursday morning.
The March meeting of the Monticello Music Club will be held Tuesday, March 5, at 7:00 p.m. in the sanctuary of the First United Methodist Church. The program will feature music from the great Broadway musical “Showboat”. Performers on the program will include Cara Akin, Kevin Henry, Ashley Gonzalez, Bobby Brown, Craig Grantham and Kathy Lyon. The Monticello High School Madrigals, under the direction of club member Bennie Vincent, will also be performing. The Junior Club student performer will be Katelyn Bayliss, a piano student of Mrs. Beverly Lobitz.
Jessica Wishard represented the Jr. Club last moth, by playing and singing a song she composed..
Brison is a life-long resident of Drew & Desha Counties, living most of his life in Monticello.
Brison records for Tripp Jct. Records & Marty d Publishing. The songs on this album were written by Marty Denton, Ronny & Brison Reed.
Brison and his wife Magen are pipeliners, but they still find time for their children and time for Brison to be able to record.
Brison will be headed back to the studio very soon to record more. He is working on some gospel songs also.
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Reggie’s Lock & Key
Custom Truck / Spee-D-Lube
Southern Quality Construction
Cass Martin Realty
The Computer Guys
DMH We Are Hiring
Cedar Hills Apartments
Monticello Tire (Goodyear)
Razorback Body Shop
Holiday Inn Express
Cash Saver Food Outlet
Ray Ryburn Real Estate
Monticello Animal Clinic
The Guest House
State Farm David Funderburg
Re-Elect Bruce Anderson Judge
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Bone’s Auto Parts