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Ashley Anne Horn, daughter of Robert and Teresa Horn, of Monticello and Michael Jarrett Booker, son of Linda Booker and Gary and Amy Booker of Monticello will exchange vows Saturday, October 6 at 3 p.m. at First Baptist Church of Monticello, with Rev. Alan Womack officiating.
The vehicle was eastbound, lost control, and flipped, before coming to a stop with the driver pinned inside. A firefighter arriving on the scene helped her get out of the vehicle, as others were arriving. MASI transported the Little Rock lady to DMH, DCSAO worked the crash site. Dan’s Towing removed the Mercedes.
Sunday morning, Fire & Rescue were called to Davis Street, where a man was backing out of his driveway, when he missed the road, and backed over a large culvert, rolling his car over into a ditch, pinning him inside of his Hyundai.
He was safely removed from his car. MPD worked the wreck scene, C&L removed the car from it’s perched position.
It can be claimed by calling 723-6740 to identify.
Two Wilmar residents (both Barkada volunteer firefighters) were passing by Wilmar Baptist Church, Saturday morning, noticed a small fire coming from under a car, just a few feet from a house.
Before the Monticello Jr. Billie football game against Hamburg, Thursday night, Monsanto presented a $10,000 grant to the Monticello School District that was awarded through America’s Famers Grow Rural Education.
The Monticello School District received nominations from farmers Joe Noland and Jeff Felts. The grants totaled 176 across 39 states that totaled $2.3 million for the selected districts. In Ark. 58 school districts received nominations from 303 farmers and five districts including Monticello received the grants.
The program allows farmers to nominate their school district for the award who then must apply. The grant serves the purpose of enhancing math and science based education and will allow for expansion of the school district’s learning garden program to reach 6th through 8th graders, which will allow them to “learn the principles of science through hands-on activities.”
The Drew County Sheriff’s Department is looking for Justin Durden, age 26 of East Johnson Street in Wilmar, after he allegedly assaulted Harvey Lawson, age 24 of Wilmar, with a hot sauce bottle in J-Birds Express in Wilmar.
Durden also goes by the name of “J-Man.”
If anyone knows where he might be, Sheriff Mark Gober asks that they contact the Sheriff’s Department at 367-6211.
Happy Birthday, we love you!!
Love and miss you,
Uncle Kevious, Aunt Hopie, Tristen, Baby Gaige and Haiden
The McGehee Owls visited Drew Central, Friday night, and made themselves at home, as they defeated the Pirates by a final score aid 52-20.
The award is chosen by the Town & Country Garden Club and presented by the Monticello / Drew County Chamber of Commerce.
On September, 13, 2010, a 32 year old Benton resident, formerly of Monticello, had just brought his wife and 4 day old daughter home from the hospital. Around 3 pm, that day, he left home to get his 18 month old son from daycare.
Dr. Jimmie Yeiser, professor, T. L. L. Temple Chair and Director of the Forest Resources Institute at Stephen F. Austin State University, has been appointed Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at the University of Arkansas at Monticello. Dr. Yeiser will begin his appointment on October 29, 2012. He replaces R. David Ray, who retired in June after serving 42 years on the university faculty and administration.
Happy Birthday, Ginger
Drew Memorial Hospital received the Governors Quality Achievement Award for 2012 during the annual Governors Quality awards celebration held September 24th, at the Peabody Hotel in Little Rock. The award was presented by Governor Beebe to DMH CEO Michael Layfield. Mr. Layfield accepted the award on behalf of all the physicians and employees of DMH who deliver excellence in quality care to their patients in Drew county and the surrounding counties day in and day out.
The University of Arkansas at Monticello has named 12 women to its 2012 homecoming court.
This year’s homecoming queen will be chosen from the court by a vote of the student body and announced during pre-game ceremonies at Convoy Leslie-Cotton Boll Stadium on October 13. Pre-game ceremonies will begin at 2:30 p.m.
Members of the court are:
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In honor of the achievement, MLive ran a “Call Now to Win $100″ headline, which was seen by David Knight, who won $100, just by reading MonticelloLive.com.
She is the daughter of Colby Goudy and Alicia Bodiford, and little sister to Hunter Goudy
Grandparents are Greg and Judy Bodiford of Monticello and Kent and Peggy Goudy of Sheridan.
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Jones Custom Backhoe Service, LLC
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Reggie’s Lock & Key
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Courtney Hale For Circuit Clerk
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