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County Judge’s Report

March 13th, 2014 by

Let me start this week by saying that the death of Monticello Mayor Allen Maxwell is a tremendous loss to the city. The mayor and I may not have agreed on everything, but I respected him as a smart, tough leader who had the best interests of the city at heart. Mayor Maxwell worked hard to improve Monticello, whether it was overseeing the construction of the new fire station and rebuilding of the Sadie Johnson Community Center, developing a plan to replace worn-out water lines, recruiting business and industry, promoting the city or even negotiating a deal to get severe weather warning sirens and the Code Red system in place. He was a committed, dedicated public servant who had a vision for improving Monticello, both in the mayor’s office and previously as a state representative and staffer for former Congressman Jay Dickey. We will all feel his loss. His family is in our thoughts and prayers.
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Legislative Report – Fiscal Session – Wk 4

March 12th, 2014 by

The fourth week of the fiscal session began with another Arkansas ice storm! The storm set in Sunday night and created a real quagmire in some areas, including Little Rock and much of the state north, east and west of there. Only the south was spared the misery. When the session continued on Monday only 71 of the House membership were able to make it to work.
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Advantages of Southeast Arkansas Custom Wreath Fundraiser

March 12th, 2014 by

wreathAdvantages of Southeast Arkansas is selling custom wreaths in 2014 as a fundraiser. We will be creating styles for various holidays throughout the year and can take special orders.

These wreaths can be viewed at our administration office at 168 West College in Monticello, our facebook page or www.advantageseark.org. Please contact us at 367-6825 for further information.

 


Congratulations To The MHS Choir

March 12th, 2014 by

choirMonticello High School Concert Choir, Ladies Chorus, Male Ensemble and Madrigals each earned Superior 1st Division ratings in both their performance and sight reading at the SEArk Choral Performance Assessment (CPA) on Saturday, March 1 at UAM. These ratings qualify the choir for Sweepstakes and Best in 4A Class Competition at the State CPA in April.

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TEA Party Guest Explains how, “Arkansas Term Limit Changes Hidden in Ballot’s “Ethics Issue” Wording” – Video

March 12th, 2014 by

Tim Jacob, a long time supporter of the existing Arkansas Term Limit regulations, spoke to the local tea party Monday night.

He reported that hidden under the ballot title of the “ETHICS AND TRANSPARENCY ISSUE” (but not mentioned in the title) is wording to amend the states constitution to extend our current term limits from 6 years for State Representatives to 12 house to 12 years, and change the Senate’s term to 18 years.


Hope Place Makes Presentation To Monticello Lions Club

March 12th, 2014 by

President Ray Ryburn welcomes Robin Caldwell and Bianca Stowell, Hope Place DirectorsShown in picture is Ray Ryburn, Lions Club President welcoming Hope Place Executive Director Robin Caldwell and Director Bianca Stowell. Hope Place gave a presentation to Lions Club, March 6, 2014, at Western Sizzlin Restaurant. Directors Caldwell and Stowell said Hope Place, 103 N Main, Monticello, telephone 460-0067, is a volunteer Pro-Life Faith-based non-denominational organization that helps young Mothers and Mothers-to-be learn life skills from pre-birth through taking care of babies.

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY, LYNN

March 11th, 2014 by

imageMy dear beautiful sister, you left us way too soon,
And so now in all our hearts
There is such an open wound,
If only you had not taken that dreadful walk,
And called upon just one of us to talk,
I will always wish I could have saved you that day
But I did not know,
That your heart had taken such a blow,
I wish I could have made you realize,
How important you were to all our lives,
But that was not in God’s plans,
You are now in His hands,
Time doesn’t heal all wounds
And our memories will never fade,
On that fateful day your mind was already made,
You were such a brave and fearless one,
But now you rest with the Father and His Son,
I guess what I’m trying to say,
Is that we will all see you again one day,
And now all your pain and suffering is gone,
For our Father in Heaven is still on His throne.
03-11-1958 — 12-23-2013
By Marty


Happy Birthday

March 10th, 2014 by

imageHappy 24th birthday Danny Atwood!!!

Your getting older, slow down a little bit.

We all love you so much!

Brandy, Mom, Dad, Jon, Mama T, Mary, Maddie, and Rickey!


“Our Place’ for Ward 2 – Videos, with Public Coments

March 10th, 2014 by


The City of Monticello held their first of four “Our Place” town hall meetings, Thursday night, hosted by assistant to the Mayor for planning, Zach Tucker.

A total of 9 folks attended the meeting, 4 from the TEA party,  Tucker, a county employee from Ward 2, and 2 city hall staff, who were signing in attendees (both live in Ward 2), MLive.

The 40 minute presentation dealt with planning and vision concepts.

The discussion, which lasted over an hour, was unexpectedly open to all.  The TEA party members and MLive, as well as others made the most of the opportunity to discuss the “SWOT” (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) to our area.

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WANT A JOB ASSOCIATED WITH RADIO BROADCASTING?

March 10th, 2014 by

imagePines Broadcasting located in Monticello is looking for an Executive Assistant with office, clerical, some accounting and computer skills at its office in Monticello, Arkansas.

Must be detail oriented and able to work with limited supervision.

If interested, mail your resume to Pines Broadcasting at 279 Midway Route, Monticello, Ar 71655, or fax it to 870-367-9564,


Leftover WMA Turkey Permits – AG&F

March 10th, 2014 by

agfDue to inclement weather in most parts of the State, the sale of leftover WMA turkey permits has been delayed until 8 a.m. Thursday, March 6.

The change has been posted on Facebook but the AGFC website has not been updated yet.


Reed, Weaver Capture Awards At LSU Tournment

March 9th, 2014 by

Debate (LSU Mardi Gras Tourn) copyUniversity of Arkansas at Monticello debate students Robert “Eddie” Weaver of DeWitt (left) and Kelly Reed of Bella Vista were among the top competitors at lastweek’s LAU-Baton Rouge Mardi Gras Classic debate tournament. Reed, a senior political science and communications double major, was named the tournament’s first place speaker in competition with top debate students from 32 colleges and universities throughout the south and southwest. Weaver, a sophomore mathematics major, teamed withReed to place second in the team International Public Debate Association competition.


Pets Found on S Main

March 7th, 2014 by

Two sweet dogs wandered up to my home on South Main Street in Monticello on Friday night.

If your family is missing a very special member then Please call 254-290-0766 (cell) to identify them.


WEATHER FORECAST

Weather in Monticello
Today Thursday
It is forcast to be Clear at 10:00 PM CDT on April 23, 2014
Clear
79°/57°
It is forcast to be Chance of a Thunderstorm at 10:00 PM CDT on April 24, 2014
Chance of a Thunderstorm
81°/57°

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