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Twelve students have been selected to the 2014 homecoming court at the University of Arkansas at Monticello.
The court was selected by a vote of the student body. The homecoming queen will be selected from the court, also by a vote of the student body, and crowned during pregame ceremonies at Convoy Leslie Cotton Boll Stadium this Saturday.
The Southeast Arkansas TEA Party again sponsored there annualSecond Amendment Sportsman’s Rally.
Shown here are Sonja Ryburn (for state representative), Asa Hutchinson (for governor), US Rep. Tom Cotton (for U.S. Senator), Bruce Westerman (for US rep.), and Dennis Milligan (for state treasurer).
Road test are given from 1:00 pm to 4:15, Tuesdays, at the same location.
Her son, Bradley Sanders, then killed his first deer (5 pt buck) Sunday Sept 28th
Arkansas Tech held the University of Arkansas at Monticello football team to a net of 169 yards and just one third down conversion to defeat the Boll Weevils 18-13 Saturday evening at Thone Stadium.
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A Flashlight Vigil be held in honor of Dermott Fire Department Assistant Chief J.B. Hutton Jr. Assistant Chief Hutton passed away October 1, 2014. The vigil will be held at the Arkansas Fallen Firefighters’ Memorial, on Saturday October 4, 2014 at 8:30pm. The Arkansas Fallen Firefighters’ Memorial is located at One Capitol Mall on the State Capitol grounds in Little Rock.
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Throughout the first half of Friday night’s game, where the Billies travel to Hamburg’s Campbell Field, the game seem to stay in reach.
Even when the Lions began the 3rd quarter with a turnover recovery and a touchdown, the missed extra point seems to have been blocked by #23 Ryan Case, as shown in the photo provided by Laura McNeese.
Final score resulted in a 42–13 win for Hamburg.
MYFL peewee football players enjoyed their annual trip to you William stadium, Thursday afternoon.
During the yearly event, The MonticelloLive Titans defeated the Shelter Insurance Cowboys, and the Reggie’s Lock & Key Deadbolts outscored the SEEMS Traumahawks.
Several of the Weevils players and staff were an attendance for the game.
This event took donations for The Glass Slipper Closet which is a non profit organization that provided used & formal gowns for young ladies who wish to attend prom or other formal events at no charge.
The league would like to express their appreciation to Lyle and Kim Welch , owners of SEEMS and all of their employees.
SEEMS Paul Outlaw is shown here with MYFL Chairman Danny Smith, accepting a game jersey in appreciation from the league.
A Monticello man, recently convicted for the first degree murder of a young Warren woman, has agreed to a plea bargain of 15 years on the charge of gun possession at the time of the murder investigation.
Several interceptions, one of which was run for a touchdown, are just one positive aspect of the game for the Jr. Billies. With several major sacks, strong defense, fumble recoveries, good passing, and almost unbelievable running on top of that, the Jr. Billies provided a flashy game against the competitive Jr. Lions.
Friday night the Sr. Billies play the Sr. Lions in Hamburg.
Next week, the Jr. Billies play in Dollarway at 7pm.
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