Good hunting, Peyton.
Old Milo Farms Christmas Trees
Pines Broadcasting Company
Union Bank 1
Scripture Of The Day
Monticello Tire (Goodyear)
Secure Storage 2
Holiday Inn Express
Corner Express (O&M Oil Co.)
Head of the Class
LifeShare No Date
Free Thanksgiving Meal At Pauline Baptist
South Arkansas Business Solutions
Lucky’s Of Monticello
Gibson & Keith
Time & Temp
Immanuel Baptist Church
Monticello Medical Clinic Flu Shots
War Eagle Boats
Seark Sod Farm
Friday night, the MHS BIllies will travel to Pea Ridge for their first playoff game of the 2012 season. They will be joining other conference teams in 8-4A South in wearing the number 16 on their helmets in honor of Zach Towers, the Star City player that was injured in Thursday night’s game. Zach continues to need our prayers, so as we cheer on our billies, please remember Zach and his family during this very serious time.
Wednesday during lunch, around 11:20, student are invited to join Ryan Copico, a minister at Pauline Baptist, and a former teacher, at the campus flag pole to pray for Star City Sr. Zach Towers.
MLive spoke to a family member, last night, who said that Zach’s condition remains the same, and asked for the continued prayers of their friends and neighbors in southeast Arkansas.
From the bottom of our hearts, we want to thank each of you for every hug, tear, pray, card, visit, text, call, Facebook message, plant, flower, gift, memorial, stamp, monetary gift, dish of food, and all other acts of kindness. You are a blessing to our family.
We thank you for sharing your memories of Chip. They make us smile and bring so much comfort and peace to us at this time.
Aaron Hood finished his first full racing season by winning 2nd place in points. Aaron dirt-track races in the 4 cylinder class as a member of the H & R Racing Team along with his grandfather Chad Russell. Aaron is the 15 yr old son of Steve and Amanda Hood of Monticello.
Aaron would like to extend a special thanks to the owners and staff of the Warren Arkansas Speedway, Dan’s Tire and Exhaust, Michael and Shawn Lasiter, Triple J Auto Salvage and Jimmy’s Auto.
Happy Birthday to our little ‘Boogie’.
We love you
Daddy, Momma, Sissy, Nana, Pawpaw, NikNik, Brian, Clayton, Mason
While at camp, the scouts learn how to shoot BB guns, bow and arrows, steer a canoe, and proper ways to fish. They also competed in a fishing derby.
Two boys took home trophies in the Bear Division. Ashton Arnold won longest cast and most accurate casting. Cole Hawkins won most accurate casting.
Robin Hood, son of Mack and Nola Hood, has lived in Drew County for almost all of his life. He was raised with 3 sisters and 3 brothers and said that having so many siblings made growing up a lot of fun, and described them as a very close family.
“We were very family oriented. My family was very loving and very Christian oriented. My mother was very spiritual and she was the spiritual head of our family. We always went to church; it was the focus of our lives.”
Jessie Griffin, Republican candidate for county judge is age 59 and married to Linda Bordeaux Griffin. He is running for county judge “to give back to the community” that has been his home for many years and to utilize the management and leadership skills he has developed over the last forty years.
Demonstrating leadership started as early as grade school and continued through high school and into the workforce. He mentioned always being a leader in clubs in high school including running the rodeo club, which sent and paid kids’ way to nationals. Akin presided as president of the State Chuck Wagon Association with 700 members. This organization worked with special needs kids through Ark of Arkansas and Sunshine School by putting on rodeos for them. He served as vice president of Maintenance Local at the Pine Bluff paper mill requiring him to represent and negotiate contracts for 400 people.
PrimeLending celebrated their ceremonial ribbon-cutting last week, with a catered meal for their guests and tours of their new facility.
The PrimeLending staff also presented awards recognizing our local Veteran’s organizations, UAM, and the Cornerstone Coalition.
Revel Jackson won a 32” TV, Many other door prizes were given away throughout the day.
PrimeLending staff members are: front row left to right: Tiffany Berryman– Monticello Branch Manager, Beth Rowan- Processing Manager, Renee Estes– Sr. Loan Officer, Tena Guin– Loan Processor, Chad Bradford– Loan Officer,
back row: Jimmie Hilburn – Loan Officer, Brandon Lyon – Loan Officer, Scott Denton
Not shown – James Nichols – Arkansas Area Manager, Scott Denton – Loan Officer
Reggie’s Lock & Key
Southern Quality Construction
Union Bank 2
Cass Martin Realty
1. DMH Diagnostic Imaging
The Computer Guys
Cedar Hills Apartments
Law Office Of Sara Hartness
Razorback Body Shop
AM Rental & Sales
Cash Saver Food Outlet
Ray Ryburn Real Estate
Monticello Animal Clinic
Jones Custom Backhoe Service, LLC
NorthSide Baptist Church
Tiny Thai Place
The Guest House
State Farm David Funderburg