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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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Retired teachers to meet

May 18, 2015 2:55pm

The Van Buren County Retired Teachers will be meeting at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, May 19, at Western Sizzlin in Clinton.

New officers will be elected and there will be a report on the Area II...

Whisnant

2nd man charged in fraud case

May 18, 2015 2:55pm

A second man has been arrested after trying to wipe out the savings account of a dead man, according to an arrest warrant.

Larry Wayne Whisnant, 54, of Clinton, has been charged with non-...

Clinton High School students helped plant native plants and wildflowers in the Pollinator Meadow at Clinton City Park last month. This month milkweed will be added to attract the monarch butterfly. The project was made possible by a grant from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Carol Corning is the project manager.

Planting for pollinators

May 18, 2015 2:55pm

Clinton High School students helped plant native plants and wildflowers in the Pollinator Meadow at Clinton City Park last month. This month milkweed will be added to attract the monarch butterfly...

Daniel Gardner won three trophies in the linemen’s rodeo.

Petit Jean lineman wins competition

May 18, 2015 2:55pm

A local man brought home a trio of trophies from a linemen’s competition last month.

On April 25, 2015, Petit Jean Electric’s Daniel Gardner participated in the 4th Annual Electric...

Cemeteries

May 18, 2015 2:55pm

Bradford

Decoration Day for the Bradford Cemetery, located on Highway 16 East, Shirley, will be Sunday, June 7.

A potluck lunch will begin at 1 p.m. Bring a favorite food dish to share...

Log truck driver’s mom arrested

May 18, 2015 2:55pm

The mother of the log truck driver involved in a fatal accident last June is now facing a criminal charge herself.

Betty Walley Hickman, 65, of Bee Branch has been charged with furnishing...

Master Gardeners post with one of the hottest gardening trends: fairy gardens. These whimsical gardens showcase tiny trees, plants, succulents and accessories are carefully grown and handmade. This is one of the displays that will be featured at Bloomin’ in the Bay at Ed Leamon Park in Fairfield Bay on Saturday, May 9. Events begin at 8 a.m. For more information call 884-4202.

Whimsy in the garden

May 18, 2015 2:55pm

Master Gardeners post with one of the hottest gardening trends: fairy gardens. These whimsical gardens showcase tiny trees, plants, succulents and accessories are carefully grown and handmade....

Artist Joyce Hartmann (center) has an exhibit on display at First Security Bank in Clinton. With Hartmann are bank Vice President Cheryl Ragland (right) and loan assistant Karen Kyle.

Hartmann’s works on display at bank

May 18, 2015 2:55pm

Choctaw artist Joyce Hartmann has a new solo exhibit entitled “Mostly Local” at First Security Bank in Clinton. Many of the 14 watercolors, oils, and acrylics are exhibited here for the first time...

Students hear of job opportunities

May 18, 2015 2:55pm

The South Side-Bee Branch School District recently held its transition fair.

The fair is an opportunity to provide students enrolled in special education with information about opportunities...

Staff and patients gather in the courtyard at Ozark Health Medical Center on Monday as Van Buren County Judge Roger Hooper proclaims it Nurse Appreciation Week in the county. This week is also National Hospital Week and National Nursing Home Week. After the proclamation, balloons were released to mark the occasion.

Celebrating nurses and hospitals

May 18, 2015 2:55pm

Staff and patients gather in the courtyard at Ozark Health Medical Center on Monday as Van Buren County Judge Roger Hooper proclaims it Nurse Appreciation Week in the county. This week is also...

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