The convoy of amusement rides stopped at EZ-Mart, for fuel and snacks, providing a unique photograph.
Atlas Foundation Repair
Immanuel Baptist Church
Gibson & Keith
Lucky’s Of Monticello
LifeShare No Date
Time & Temp
War Eagle Boats
Seark Sod Farm
Pines Broadcasting Company
Old Milo Christmas Tree Farm
Union Bank 1
Scripture Of The Day
Secure Storage 2
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
This photo was taken, last week, by a MLive reader.
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Monticello’s annual Weevil Welcome event was held Tuesday night, with 300-350 local folks attending.
The celebration recognizes the appreciation that Monticello has for the University, its staff, and its students.
The Chamber of Commerce organizes the event. The set up and cooking is done by City of Monticello employees. The meal was served by the UAM Cotton Blossoms basketball team. Prizes were donated by dozens of local businesses.
This Vietnam era Huey military helicopter landed at Ellis Field, Friday morning, around 11 am.
The chopper had seen military action overseas, before recently being refurbished in Arizona.
The Huey is one of at least 7 that are being transferred to Florida, where they will be re-sold, possible back to another governmental agency, for use scouting fires or other events in the US, or flown back overseas.
An 18-wheeler from Batesville “threw a drive-shaft”, around 6 pm, near EX-Mart North. shutting down the McCloy & Hyatt Street intersection.
Reliable Towing pulled the big-rig out of the highway, opening up traffice.
MPD, DCSO, and a State Trooper were seen assisting traffic, which was detoured uto North Hyatt.
The family of the late Bobbie Lambert, with the assistance of Christian Brothers Funeral Home, followed the traditionas style of funeral processions, for her memorial service, Saturday, as the horse and carraige left Pilgrim Rest AME Church, traveling toward Mt. Zion Cemetary..
Photo courtesy of Gaynell Jamison
The Drew County Historical Society is hosting a special viewing of the AETN program Bayou Bartholomew on Sunday, June 9, 2013 at 2:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Forest Resources Conference Center, Room A102. Chuck Dovish of AETN and Curtis Merrell of the Bayou Bartholomew Alliance will be on hand to answer questions about the program. Two years in the making, the one-hour documentary on the world’s longest bayou, was supported by the efforts of local researchers, the Drew County Archives and the University of Arkansas at Monticello.
This photo of a meteor from the Geminid Meteor Shower was taken over Monticello Friday morning by a MLive reader.
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Remember the old “one of these things doesn’t belong here” line from Sesame Street?
That seems to be the case, as a loaded log truck was photographed turning from East Shelton St. onto S. Main, recently.
Cherry Street is open to log trucks. Old Dermott is not. Shelton St. appears to fall into that “undecided” category.
Bennie Ryburn III took these photos of the I-69 construcion sites, over the weekend from his plane, and offered to share them with MLive readers.
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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
Union Bank 2
Bone’s Auto Parts