Sonya Ryburn 1
South Arkansas Business Solutions
Zack Tucker For Mayor
Lucky’s Of Monticello
Gibson & Keith
Time & Temp
Monticello Medical Clinic Flu Shots
Immanuel Baptist Church
War Eagle Boats
State Farm David Funderburg
Seark Sod Farm
Pines Broadcasting Company
Old Milo Farms Pumpkin Patch
Union Bank 1
Mark Pryor Political Ad 2
Scripture Of The Day
Monticello Tire (Goodyear)
Secure Storage 2
Holiday Inn Express
Corner Express (O&M Oil Co.)
Beverly Burks For Circut Clerk 1
Head of the Class
LifeShare No Date
With all ballots counted, the final, but unofficial totals are:
If you are interested in applying for these positions, please come by the ESA Monticello Office
310 W. McCloy, Monticello, AR 71655, 870-367-2727
Listed below are the parade’s winning floats.
For a “Homemade Breakfast, like Mom used to make,” visit the EHC Ladies Kitchen at the County Fair. Your home cooked breakfast will include sausage, bacon, eggs, biscuits & gravy,and all the trimmings, served from 9-11 am.
Lunch starts at 11 and supper closes at 9 pm, and stay open all afternoon. The EHC menu includes red beans and rice and homemade chili, as well as burgers, dogs, nachos and Frito pie.
Don’t forget the homemade pies (chocolate, coconut and lemon), by the piece or by the pan,
The members of the Drew County Quorum Court came together the night of Sept. 17 for their monthly meeting to discuss the warning system for county, the disposal of county trash and the hospital report.
The Drew County Office of Emergency Coordinator Bill Horn presented the members with the updated news regarding the early warning storm system, which just rounded its third year of progress. The county looks to install 30 sirens all together and received a three-year time frame to complete the project.
Michael Layfield, chief executive officer of the Drew Memorial Hospital, presented the court with the hospital budge for the month. He said the numbers weren’t in just yet but he forecasted a $70,000 to $100,000 profit for the month.
York W. Williams, Jr. Child Development Center, Inc. in Dermott was the recent recipient of the Arkansas and American Flag and a flag pole to proudly fly them. The flagpole base was constructed by the Woodmen of the World. The pole and flags were presented by the Woodmen of the World, Veterans of Foreign War and American Legion. The dedication of the flag pole and flags was held on Friday, August 10, 2012.
Monticello Police and the Arkansas State Police are investigating 4 mobile home fires within the past week as possible arson.
1st Runner-up was Rebecca Ferguson. Rebecca also was the winner of the most photogenic, Miss Congeniality, the swimsuit competition, and the Peoples Choice honor.
Ashleigh White was the 2nd Runner-up.
When growing up, everyone faced difficult decisions and wondered how their choice would pan out. Many 18 year olds raise the question “Can I do this?”, when faced with overwhelming obstacles. As people grow older they begin to develop more self-confidence.
When someone continues on for 25 more years that self-confidence becomes a part of who they are, and “Can I do this?” no longer remains the question. “I can do this!” becomes the mentality of the person.
Tonya Loveless was born in Jonesboro, AR and raised here in Monticello by parents Van and Karen Brown, along with her four siblings.
“My family was awesome. We did a lot of camping, fishing, and hunting. I think I was on a deer stand before I was bigger than my rifle. We loved water skiing and boating and having so many siblings made everything fun… I had a pretty good life.” “My grandparents were great, they were here in Monticello. (Albert and Willie Mae Hobbs, and Jim and Toni Holcomb – they were a big part of my life. I was rotten because they treated me so great.” “Willie Mae is my last living grandparent.”
According to Sheriff Mark Gober, during the evening of Thursday, September 6th, the Drew County Sheriff’s Department arrested a 34 year old Monticello woman, after receiving a tip that she, along with three juveniles were at a residence located at South Hyatt Street, allegedly smoking marijuana.
Girl 12-23 month-old Winner Lillian Snow
1st Runner-up McKenzie Goudy
2nd Runner-up Dailyn Trotter
Photogenic McKenzie Goudy
People’s Choice Gracie Hawkins
Boy 12-23 month-old
Winner Zamar’e Thomas
Photogenic Zamar’e Thomas
People’s Choice Zamar’e Thomas
Miss Tot 24-35 month-old
Winner Jaycie Foster
1st Runner-up Jaslynn Hawkins
2nd Runner-up Khya Miller
3rd Runner-up Rhyse Guthrie
Photogenic Rhyse Guthrie
People’s Choice Khya Miller
Tiny Miss 36-47 month-old
Winner Alyssa Hebert
1st Runner-up Avery Hale
2nd Runner-upLeah Lytle
3rd Runner-up Halle Ross
Photogenic Avery Hale
People’s Choice Leah Lytle
The Monticello Sr. Billies traveled to Fordyce to take on the Red-Bugs,Friday night, but when the hometown team scored multiple times in a short time frame in the first half, the Billies were unable to handle with the competition.
The “mercy rule” went into effect during the second half, to end the game.
The Billies take on Star City, next Friday.
The Drew Central Sr.Pirates made the trip to Lake Village to challenge the Lakeside Beavers, but came up on the wrong end of the score, losing by a final margin of 30-0.
Mrs. Kristin Cowling, the graphic designer for all special publications for UAM, guided the students through her workplace and demonstrated the many special devices she has to create high-quality publications.
Re-Elect Joe Rogers For Mayor
AM Rental & Sales
Cash Saver Food Outlet
Ray Ryburn Real Estate
Monticello Animal Clinic
NorthSide Baptist Church
Jones Custom Backhoe Service, LLC
Tiny Thai Place
The Guest House
Beverley Burks Circuit Clerk 2
Southern Quality Construction
Sonya Ryburn 2
Reggie’s Lock & Key
Union Bank 2
Courtney Hale For Circuit Clerk
Cass Martin Realty
2. DMH Shrum
Cedar Hills Apartments
$100 Monthly Prize
Razorback Body Shop