Cash Saver Food Outlet
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
Head of the Class
South Arkansas Business Solutions
LifeShare No Date
The winning design was ’Scooby Doo’s Mystery Machine.”
Bart, who also does residential and commercial exterior painting (224-2045), admitts that has recently been accused of breathing too many paint fumes.
“Rut ro, Shaggy.”
It appeared that only minor damage was done to the trailer, thanks to the quick response of the first responders, who arrived at the Griffith St. address.
Last week was one of the busiest ones I have had since I took office. After our regular early morning meeting at the road department Monday, I attended the quarterly meeting of the Southeast Arkansas Regional Library Board. At noon, I attended the regular monthly meeting of the Drew Memorial Hospital finance committee, and that evening, we had our quorum court meeting. I thought it went very well, and that the court made some good decisions that will help the county in the future.
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. Read the rest of this entry »
Drew Central High School 2013-14 Honor Roll 1st 9 Weeks
Everyone is invited and welcome to attend the 5th Thursday night singing at Mt. Pleasant “Campground” United Methodist Church, Thursday at 7:00 PM. As always there will be a time of class singing as directors choose from our 5 current convention books or the Heavenly Highway II songbook. There will also be some specials mixed with the class singing. If you have never attended this type of singing we invite you to give it a try. There will also be a time for refreshments following the singing.
The church is located approximately 7 miles North of Monticello. Turn left off Hwy 425 on Campground Road and the church is less than one mile on the right. For more information contact Joyce Pevey – 870-367-3849.
Happy birthday wishes to Christopher Hutton,
With love from your Granny Sue, Dad and Family!!!
The Monticello School District will be taking sealed bids on an HP ProCurve MSM760 Wireless Controller and 23 HP ProCurve MSM410 Wireless Access Points.
Bids must be received by 10:00am Tuesday November 12, 2013 and will be opened on Tuesday November 12, 2013 @ 11:00am.
The Pythons, coached by Mike Smith, won the tournament. The second place team was the Anacondas coached by Chance Wright. Also participating in the U15 tournament was the Boas coached by Addie Parke and the Cobras coached by Michael Fair. The annual Fun Day held on October 26th was a blast for all with games, tournaments and an award ceremony for every age division.
We express gratitude to the City for the concession stand/bathrooms and the use of the wonderful facility. However, our biggest appreciation is for the children, parents and coaches that made the year a huge success. Thanks again for everything you do!!!
Monticello Youth Soccer Association
Qualified applicants please go to our website, www.mainlinehealth.net and download our application, then mail or fax to:
Mainline Health Systems, Inc.
Attention: Lacy Nowlen, Director of Nursing
PO Box 509, Dermott, AR 71638
Competitive Salary/Clinic Hours/Paid Health Insurance
Accepting applications until Nov. 8th, 2013
Are you interested in archeology? If so, come learn about the Arkansas Archeological Society’s annual Training Program on Tuesday, November 5 at 6:30 PM in the UAM School of Forest Resources Conference Center. Dr. Mary Beth Trubitt, will be discussing the “Highlights from the 2013 Society Training Program Excavations at 3MN298.”
The Night Owls Extension Homemakers Club met October 14 with Maria Daniels hosting. Members joined in singing “Dry Bones.” Daniels presented the Inspiration sharing two poems; Outlook by Priscilla Leonard and Count your Blessings, author unknown.
The Arkansas State Police issue a Silver Alert for them late Monday night.
The Honda traveled down the road ditch, coming to a stop in a creekbed, next to a bridge.
Dan’s towed the vehicle; the driver trportedly only recieved minor injuries.
Greetings! To begin this week I am going to offer some suggestions about the Arkansas Healthcare Marketplace, because I have had several constituents contact me with questions. I felt it logical that there are others out there with similar questions and I will try to help answer them. Please don’t assume that I think I am an expert because that is far from true, but maybe I can get you started.
My most asked question is “I really need healthcare, but how do I find information on how to get enrolled?” My first answer to that is “online”. There are at least two good sites that I have observed. They are www.arhealthconnector.org and www.access.arkansas.gov. The www.arhealthconnector.org site is more relevant and easier since it deals only with the health insurance plans. The www.access.arkanses.gov site deals with many state programs so you must first click on the yellow box that says “Learn about Health Care Independence”. I would use the first site, www.arhealthconnector.org. It is very well organized and looks easier to follow.
Monday Chicken Spaghetti
Tuesday Meat Loaf
Wednesday Stuffed Bell Peppers
Thursday Chicken & Dumplings
Friday Taco Salad
We also offer soups, salads, sandwiches
Plus many desserts and salad choices.
Hours are now 7 am til 8 pm
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
Ray Ryburn Real Estate
Searcy & Associates
Reliable Truck & Tire