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A loaded eastbound chip-truck reportedly entered Dead Man’s Curve too fast, New Year’s Eve morning at 4:30, overturning in the north ditch.
Merry Christmas to all! Last week the Arkansas legislature was quite busy trying to tie up loose ends in anticipation of the two-week holiday break to celebrate the Christmas season and the New Year.
A major topic both Monday and Tuesday was site selection for the new veterans’ home. Read the rest of this entry »
According to SalineRiverChronicle.com, there was a fatal auto crash in Warren, Wednesday evening.
Authorities were called to the scene of a two-vehicle accident, at approximately 6:30 p.m. Christmas night on North Martin Street, near Bryant Street. A 42 year old Warren man was traveling south in a pickup truck on Martin Street.
MonticelloLive continued it’s Christmas tradition, by donating 25 bicycles to local charities, including the Junior Auxiliary and Santa Train.
Recently, when I fired up my computer to work on MonticelloLive projects, I went to check my email and realized that my Yahoo email account had been hacked. When I discovered the hack, I was upset to realize that everyone in my address book had received an email from my account with a suspicious link. The email contained no text in the subject line and no text other than the link in the body of the email.
How I Knew My Email Was Hacked:
The Monticello Police Department, along with Walmart, Revival Center, and DHS, sponsored 53 children, this year for “shop with a cop”. Special thanks to pastor Michael Jones, JoAnn Trotter, Walmart staff and all the officers who participated.
This was a very rewarding experience for all involved, both children and adults.
Earlier this Christmas season, around 1 PM on Sunday afternoon, Monticello Police Department officers were called to the report of a shoplifting incident at Walmart, where the stolen items reportedly included a Christmas tree and decorations.
Immanuel Baptist Church, in partnership with New Life Assembly of God Church and a host of volunteers, gave out almost 2,250 lbs. of food Monday afternoon during their annual Christmas food pantry.
Over 200 hams, along with fresh produce and canned goods were made available to anyone in the area who needs food. Fruits such as apples and pineapples, celery, potatoes and an abundant selection of other fruits, vegetables, and canned goods were offered to anyone in need.
In addition to Bro. Zan Pierce, pastor of Immanual Baptist, and Bro. Tim Parke, Pastor of New Life Assembly, approximately 25 volunteers helped with collecting, organizing and distributing the food. Immanual Baptist opens their food pantry twice a week, every other week throughout the year, to anyone who needs assistance.
Cash Saver Food Outlet
Ray Ryburn Real Estate
Monticello Animal Clinic
The Guest House
Reggie’s Lock & Key
Drew Farm / Drew Outdoor & Casual Wear
Cass Martin Realty
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Custom Truck / Spee-D-Lube
Ashley County Medical Center
The Computer Guys
Gibson & Keith
Monticello Tire (Goodyear)
Razorback Body Shop
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