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Shirley High School Principal Randy Moore presents a $500 grant to business teacher Brian Crotts on behalf of the ExxonMobil Educational Alliance Program. The grant will be used to help support and enhance a variety of projects at the school.

Grant to support school projects

Jan 22, 2015 12:40pm

Shirley High School Principal Randy Moore presents a $500 grant to business teacher Brian Crotts on behalf of the ExxonMobil Educational Alliance Program. The grant will be used to help support...

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O’ Christmas tree

Dec 19, 2014 3:47pm

The Christmas tree at the Van Buren County Courthouse in downtown Clinton sparkles as the holiday approaches. On Sunday, Dec. 7, some businesses threw open their doors for Christmas in Clinton,...

Shirley Drama Club play is set for Dec. 12

Dec 19, 2014 3:47pm

The Shirley Drama Club will present its night of comedy performance at 6 p.m. Dec. 12 at the Shirley Auditorium.

The students have prepared five one-act plays. “Avoiding the Pitfalls of High...

The oral communication classes at South Side-Bee Branch presented Fabulously Funny Fairy Tale Plays to the elementary classes Friday, Dec. 12. The students made their own props and provided their own costumes. The young students and parents who attended were entertained by tales of Goldilocks, Little Red Robin and more.

Fairy tale funnies

Dec 19, 2014 3:47pm

The oral communication classes at South Side-Bee Branch presented Fabulously Funny Fairy Tale Plays to the elementary classes Friday, Dec. 12. The students made their own props and provided their...

Ron’s Chicken Soup Avoid eating too much over holidays

Dec 19, 2014 3:47pm

Holidays, we love them and we beat ourselves up over them. How can we enjoy all the food and not sidetrack our health goals? Here are a few tricks that might help:

1. Eat breakfast. Don’t...

Fourth- and fifth-grade students in the Clinton Intermediate 21CCLC After School Program built and launched rockets with the Mad Scientist Stephen Cox and his son Warren. They had a blast.

Rocket man visits program

Dec 19, 2014 3:47pm

Fourth- and fifth-grade students in the Clinton Intermediate 21CCLC After School Program built and launched rockets with the Mad Scientist Stephen Cox and his son Warren. They had a blast.

Homecoming queen

Dec 19, 2014 3:47pm

Tori Clemens was crowned Homecoming queen at South Side-Bee Branch last week.

Downed tree cuts power to county

Dec 19, 2014 3:47pm

Downtown Clinton and much of Van Buren County lost electricity last Friday for periods lasting from a few minutes to about an hour.

Petit Jean Cooperative’s Terry Drew said a transformer at...

Clinton High School students raised $1,900 for their annual food drive, benefiting local food banks in Clinton and Choctaw. This year, to motivate students, teachers volunteered to take the ice bucket challenge if the class they sponsored raised enough money to meet their goals.

Clinton students gather food, money

Dec 19, 2014 3:47pm

Clinton High School students raised $1,900 for their annual food drive, benefiting local food banks in Clinton and Choctaw. This year, to motivate students, teachers volunteered to take the ice...

Ron’s Chicken Soup

Dec 19, 2014 3:47pm

It’s almost time to start cooking again for the next holiday extravaganza though it seems like you just got the kitchen clean from Thanksgiving. Here’s a good tip to help reduce the calories in...

As part of his appreciation tour for support from Arkansas chambers of commerce, newly elected French Hill made a stop in Clinton last week, posing with chamber director Trish Childers. About 40 people turned out to meet with the congressman-elect.

French Hill visits

Dec 19, 2014 3:47pm

As part of his appreciation tour for support from Arkansas chambers of commerce, newly elected French Hill made a stop in Clinton last week, posing with chamber director Trish Childers. About 40...

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