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County Judge Roger Hooper fights the wind to read a proclamation last week as CASA’s Debra Lance lends a hand.

‘We’ve seen evil’ Speakers say advocates needed to help protect children

Apr 18, 2014 2:26pm

As gusts of wind blew away napkins and signs, a crowd gathered last Thursday outside the Courthouse in downtown Clinton.

The occasion was a flag-raising ceremony to honor victims of child...

Large girders recently hoisted atop cast-in-place piers in Archey Fork allow workers to progress on the roadway portion of the bridge’s deck. Workers wear a safety harness that is clipped to a stout wire suspended atop each girder. Photos by Jeff Burgess

Bridge progress

Apr 18, 2014 2:50pm

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The jazz band from Clinton High School entertained the audience last week at a flag-raising ceremony in downtown Clinton. The entire Clinton band recently brought home a Sweepstakes Trophy.

Clinton band takes top honors

Apr 18, 2014 2:49pm

On April 4, the Clinton High School Yellow Jacket band scored superior ratings in the Regional Concert Assessment.

“The band performed accurately and most importantly, with great passion,”...

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Warrant issued for 2nd suspect

Apr 18, 2014 2:38pm

A second suspect in an attempted break-in at a house on Highway 336 East has been charged.

Mitchell Harmon, 52, of Clinton was identified by Van Buren County sheriff’s investigators as the...

TEA Coalition coordinator Brian Henderson presents Shirley School Resource Officer Clayton Borecky with a Passive Alcohol Sensor, a passive device that can detect alcohol in the ambient air held 5-6 inches from the person while they speak.

Keeping schools alcohol-free

Apr 18, 2014 3:24pm

TEA Coalition coordinator Brian Henderson presents Shirley School Resource Officer Clayton Borecky with a Passive Alcohol Sensor, a passive device that can detect alcohol in the ambient air held 5...

A rainbow graces the sky over Clinton on Sunday evening. Photo by Robert Snyder

Way up high …

Apr 18, 2014 3:23pm

A rainbow graces the sky over Clinton on Sunday evening.

Photo by Robert Snyder

McDaniel warns of ‘spoofing’

Apr 18, 2014 3:28pm

Many Arkansas consumers use their cell phone Caller ID to avoid unwanted calls from telemarketers. But the popular wireless feature is susceptible to fraud.

Attorney General Dustin McDaniel...

Attorneys general discuss copper theft

Apr 18, 2014 2:55pm

Attorneys general from three states as well as representatives of a fourth met Monday for a roundtable discussion on the growing concern of copper theft.

Arkansas’ Dustin McDaniel, Tennessee...

2 schools get grant money

Apr 17, 2014 3:48pm

Two Arkansas schools will receive $6.1 million in federal School Improvement Grant money, state education officials said Monday.

Wonder Junior High School in the West Memphis School District...

Council hears about parking, water bills

Apr 17, 2014 3:46pm

Water bills, business licenses and parking were up for discussion at last week’s Clinton City Council meeting.

Police Chief Tony Parish told the councilors that parking at the ballfields at...

Food to be distributed

Apr 17, 2014 3:46pm

Ozark Opportunities Inc. will be distributing USDA donated foods to low income households next week.

First day of the distribution in Van Buren County is Wednesday, April 23. Distribution...

Judge says Fox can stay on ballot

Apr 17, 2014 3:46pm

Pulaski County Circuit Judge Tim Fox is eligible to run for re-election despite a past administrative suspension, a judge ruled Monday.

Special appointed judge Sam Bird rejected a challenge...

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