War Eagle Boats
Peerless Home Inspections LLC (Chris Cook)
Seark Sod Farm
Pines Broadcasting Company
Re-Elect Sheilla Lampkin
Scripture Of The Day
Secure Storage 2
Head of the Class
NorthSide Baptist Church
Johnson’s Showroom Furniture
South Arkansas Business Solutions
Atlas Foundation Repair
Immanuel Baptist Church
Union Bank 1
Southern Quality Construction
Lucky’s Of Monticello
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Time & Temp
Your getting older, slow down a little bit.
We all love you so much!
Brandy, Mom, Dad, Jon, Mama T, Mary, Maddie, and Rickey!
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.
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,
The change has been posted on Facebook but the AGFC website has not been updated yet.
University 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.
This Ford super duty pick up truck was reported stolen and wrecked early Sunday morning.
It was wrecked, but was not stolen, according to reports from the Drew County sheriffs department.
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.
The Drew Memorial Hospital Board of Directors voted unanimously this morning to extend the job offer of CEO of our local hospital “Candidate One” , during a special called meeting.
Last week, Brown pled guilty to three separate felony counts of second-degree forgery, a count of abuse of office.
Details on the events and investigation related to the crime are posted below.
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“And the beat goes on” as we wrestle to bring this budgetary session to a peaceful conclusion, if possible. We weren’t asked to vote on the DHS budget that includes the private option insurance plan this week because no agreement could be reached. It is believed by some that the chances for the vote to improve will come after the filing period ends.
Monticello Tree Board members Hope Bragg and Lee Williams greeted more than 500 students and teachers from the Monticello Elementary School K-2 classes who had gathered in the school cafeteria to celebrate Arbor Day.
Students from Monticello Dance Academy competed at the VIP Dance Regionals in Little Rock, February 22-23. There are 3 levels of competition. Off-Broadway (for groups only) is the Beginner/Recreational level, Broadway is the Intermediate level, and Hollywood is the advanced level. The competitive age levels are Mini (9 and under), Junior (10-12), Teen (13-15), and Senior (16-24). Students are scored on an adjudicated system, Platinum being the highest, then High Gold, Gold, and High Silver. Then there are awards for overall as well as Special Judges awards.
Happy Birthday to our favorite Nine year old. Hope your day was awesome!
Dad, Mom, Anna, & John John
Mark Cater was honored as Drew Memorial Hospital’s Health Hero for the Month on February for his eternal positive attitude and willingness to help anyone who is in need.
Mark consistently carries Drew Memorial’s Mission, Vision and Values with a smile and a gentle nature. We are proud to have him on our team.
After spending several minutes arguing over which topic would be discussed first, The Drew County Quorum Court voted 8 to 1 to accept the first proposal presented to them, Monday night, to continue the purchase of American Signal’s proposed 27 unit tornado siren system for Drew County.
Morgan Densmore of Monticello took first place in the 2014 Collegiate Farm Bureau Discussion Meet held recently at the University of Arkansas at Monticello.
Densmore is a sophomore in UAM’s School of Agriculture pursuing a bachelor of science degree in agriculture with a double major in agribusiness and plant and soil science. She received a cash prize and will represent UAM in the state finals of the Collegiate Discussion Meet during the State Collegiate Farm Bureau Conference in Little Rock.
Justin Calhoun of Star City received a cash prize for second place and will be the UAM alternate for the state finals. John Erickson of Chicago, Ill., and John David Farabough of Star City also received cash prizes for their local participation. Read the rest of this entry »
Love Mom, Brittany, Allison and Jayden!
We love you very much
Political candidates, who filed for office, include….
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“Everyone keep your seats,” describes the 2014 County election ballot, which has only one contested race on it.
All Drew County elected officials are unopposed this year, both county officers and JPs.
Drew County Judge Robert Akin, Monticello assistant Mayor Zach Tucker, and MEDC director Nita McDaniel spent most of Friday afternoon meeting, discussing funding of the tornado siren project that the quorum court will vote on Monday night.
After Friday’s meeting, The city and county are described as being “Closer” to reaching an agreement on how to divide the funding of the project.
The Computer Guys
Corner Express (O&M Oil Co.)
Monticello Tire (Goodyear)
Razorback Body Shop
Holiday Inn Express
L&J Body & Glass
Cash Saver Food Outlet
Ray Ryburn Real Estate
Monticello Animal Clinic
The Guest House
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Reggie’s Lock & Key
Drew Farm / Drew Outdoor & Casual Wear
Auto World Of Cabot
Cass Martin Realty
Union Bank 2
Custom Truck / Spee-D-Lube
Gibson & Keith
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