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A pickup is flipped onto its side and an SUV is left with a smashe side front after an accident Saturday on Archey Creek bridge in Clinton. The driver of the pickup was trapped inside for a bit, but no one suffered major injuries, according to Clinton Police. No other details of the crash were available at press time.

Drivers collide on bridge

May 21, 2015 2:24pm

A pickup is flipped onto its side and an SUV is left with a smashe side front after an accident Saturday on Archey Creek bridge in Clinton. The driver of the pickup was trapped inside for a bit,...

Fifth-graders from the Clinton 21CCLC After School program visited the Ozark Health Nursing Center to plant vegetables and flowers. The vegetables were donated by Bob Galbraith of Chicora Springs Nursery. With the students is Debra Lance, activities coordinator at Ozark Health Nursing Center.

Green thumbs

May 21, 2015 2:19pm

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County firefighters train for rescues

May 21, 2015 2:18pm

Van Buren County firefighters got the chance to experience what it would be like to enter a smoke-filled building to search for victims that might be trapped in a burning building.

There was...

Neighborhood News

May 21, 2015 2:18pm

Crabtree

Sunday, June 7, is Decoration Day at the Crabtree Cemetery. Activities begin at 10 a.m. with music and singing, and Ammon Collins will give an inspirational talk.

The lush,...

School Menus May 25-29

May 21, 2015 2:17pm

Clinton Junior & Seni0r High

Monday Memorial Day

Tuesday Breakfast: Cereal, toast, jelly, pineapple. Lunch: Manwich on bun, coleslaw, oven fries...

Clinton High School art teacher Carol Corning stands beside a display of artwork created by students. Each art student has at least one work on display at First Service Bank until May 29. Many of the works are on sale by the students.

Creative display

May 21, 2015 2:17pm

Clinton High School art teacher Carol Corning stands beside a display of artwork created by students. Each art student has at least one work on display at First Service Bank until May 29. Many of...

Six South Side students were awarded honorable mention medallions by the Arkansas Game and Fish for their art work. There are: eighth-graders Carolynn Gardner and Chandler Mercer, and seventh-graders Emery Squires, Brady Parish, Ayden Griffith and Stormi McHam.

Honorable mention

May 21, 2015 2:16pm

Six South Side students were awarded honorable mention medallions by the Arkansas Game and Fish for their art work. There are: eighth-graders Carolynn Gardner and Chandler Mercer, and seventh-...

Scholars

May 21, 2015 2:15pm

Arkansas Tech University Dean’s List

Spring 2015

Bee Branch: Megan Elizabeth Ayres (4.0), Christopher N....

The Clinton 21CCLC After School Program took 95 students fishing at the City Park last week. The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission provided the fish, poles and bait. Wildlife Officer Jay Hagans and John Chrisman assisted the students. The pond at Clinton City Park is available to anyone who would like to fish.

Fishing Trip 2015

May 21, 2015 2:13pm

The Clinton 21CCLC After School Program took 95 students fishing at the City Park last week. The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission provided the fish, poles and bait. Wildlife Officer Jay Hagans...

Work progresses on the 7,135 square foot structure that will house the Ozark Health Foundation and Ozark Health Home Care.

A work in progress

May 21, 2015 2:11pm

Work progresses on the 7,135 square foot structure that will house the Ozark Health Foundation and Ozark Health Home Care.

Ron’s Chicken Soup

May 21, 2015 2:09pm

You need to work out! That’s what you expect me to say isn’t it? Some of you may need to cover your eyes because what I am going to say next may upset you.

No, you don’t have to work out, in...

After several days and many inches of rain, an old oak tree is uprooted at Morgan Park in downtown Clinton.

Down in the park

May 21, 2015 2:07pm

After several days and many inches of rain, an old oak tree is uprooted at Morgan Park in downtown Clinton.

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