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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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Louisiana woman faces charges

Apr 30, 2015 2:04pm

The suspicious actions of a couple at a local dollar store led to the arrest of a Louisiana woman last weekend.

The manager of Family Dollar in Clinton called police on Saturday, April 25,...

Trials, pretrials set in Circuit Court

Apr 30, 2015 2:04pm

April 20 was a busy day in Van Buren County Circuit Court.

Among the cases on the docket were:

* Curtis Lee Duffey, 36, charged with false imprisonment, a Class C felony; aggravated...

Alumni Homecoming set

Apr 30, 2015 2:04pm

The South Side School Alumni Homecoming has been set for Saturday, May 2, starting at 5 p.m. in the High School Auditorium.

Scholarships will be presented to some of the Senior Class of 2015...

Neighborhood News

Apr 30, 2015 2:04pm

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Carrie and Donald Ramsey lost their house in a fire Saturday night. The family wasn’t home and there were no injuries, but they lost everything. We need to start thinking about how...

Animal Control officers Reta Tharp (left) and Pam Hopkins pose with Sam the dog, who found a new home with this young man named Lance last Thursday. In all, 10 dogs were adopted at the event, including Speckles, one of last week’s featured pets. She is heading for a home with 40 acres to run. Another featured pet, Butch, got a line on a foster home, but Buddy had to return to the shelter.

Tour for Life visits

Apr 23, 2015 3:41pm

Dozens of Muttigree members from all three schools in the county took part in last week’s North Shore Animal League’s Tour for Life.

Muttigree student advocates of the year, chosen for their...

Choctaw’s engine draws water out of the lake and fills tanker trucks. This may be several miles away from the actual fire.

Firefighters take part in training exercise

Apr 23, 2015 3:41pm

Firefighters from Alread, Bee Branch, Burnt Ridge, Choctaw, Culpeper, Fairfield Bay and Shirley participated in a hauled water training session April 17 and 18. This course was accredited with the...

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Maggio surrenders law license

Apr 23, 2015 3:41pm

The Arkansas Supreme Court has accepted former Van Buren County Circuit Judge Mike Maggio’s voluntary surrender of his Arkansas law license.

Maggio pleaded guilty in federal court in January...

Digging in at the library ground-breaking are (from left) Jim Baker, Karla Fultz, Roger Hooper, David Warren, Tina Murdock, Sunny Hargis, Glenda Stagg, Melvin Browning, Jo Nell Warren, Darla McJunkins, Phillip Ellis, Van Thomas, Brad Hegeman and Richard McCormac.

Ground-breaking held for new library

Apr 23, 2015 3:41pm

Dozens gathered last Friday for a ground-breaking ceremony for the new Van Buren County Library at 289 Factory Road in Clinton.

County Judge Roger Hooper, Clinton Mayor Richard McCormac,...

Former letter carrier admits stealing mail

Apr 23, 2015 3:41pm

A former letter carrier at the Bee Branch Post Office admitted in federal court to stealing mail.

Sheila Watts, 35, told federal Judge Leon Holmes last week in Little Rock that she had been...

Members of the Fayetteville Shale Scholarship Fund recently presented the University of Arkansas Comunity College at Morrilton a check for $96,000. Van Buren County Judge Roger Hooper (front row from left), and the FSSF’s Donnie Bates, Cheryl Rollans, and Caleb Knight present scholarship funds to Benjamin Hunley, Sallie Kuykendall, Cody Pruitt and Elizabeth Taylor. Southwestern Energy funded a petroleum technology program at UACCM in 2006.

UACCM gets scholarship money

Apr 23, 2015 3:41pm

Members of the Fayetteville Shale Scholarship Fund recently presented the University of Arkansas Comunity College at Morrilton a check for $96,000. Van Buren County Judge Roger Hooper (front row...

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