Yahoo Weather

You are here

NewsSubscribe to RSS - News

Van Horn Engineering wins clarifier bid

Sep 18, 2014 2:31pm

The company that will be in charge of installing a water clarifier for the Clinton Water Department was announced last week.

Van Horn Engineering of Russellville won the right to head the...

More News ↓

What’s Going On

Sep 11, 2014 10:01am

Fly-In

at airport

Ozark Mountains EAA Chapter 1459 is holding a Fly-In and Open House at the Clinton Municipal Airport from 9 a.m.-noon Saturday, Sept. 20. There will be airplanes and...

Poultry chain auction set for Saturday

Sep 11, 2014 10:00am

The month of September in Van Buren County always brings one of the most anticipated events of the year especially for the county’s 4-H youth.

The Van Buren County Fair and Livestock Show...

District Court

Sep 11, 2014 10:23am

Aug. 14, 2014

* Brian Ashley Robinson, driving on suspended or revoked license, failure to appear, failure to pay fines, guilty.

* Roy G. Berry, hot check violation, guilty.

*...

4 receive recognition at Quorum Court meeting

Sep 04, 2014 3:59pm

Three individuals and one organization were recipients of the county judge’s proclamations of recognition at last week’s Quorum Court meeting.

State Rep. Robert Dale, who is retiring after...

Frazier

TV show features Throneberry slaying

Sep 04, 2014 4:36pm

A gruesome 2004 murder in Alread was the subject of a national television show over the weekend.

Discovery ID told the story of Anne and Ted Throneberry on its program “Deadly Affairs,”...

It’s almost fair time in Van Buren County

Sep 04, 2014 4:34pm

Fair time is just around the corner.

The Van Buren County Fair kicks off next week with daily events beginning on Tuesday, Sept. 9, and running through Saturday, Sept. 13.

This is the...

What’s Going On

Sep 04, 2014 4:34pm

Council

The Clinton City Council held a special meeting last week in which councilors voted to allow the Water Department to hire another employee. On Friday, Aug. 29, councilors and...

Van Buren County Judge Roger Hooper (left) accepts a safety award from AAC’s Barry Burkett. Van Buren County was one of more than 30 counties to score at least 80 percent on the Arkansas Association of Counties safety survey. Five counties - Lee, Nevada, Pike, Desha and Searcy - had no reportable injuries for 2013.

Safety first

Sep 04, 2014 4:25pm

Van Buren County Judge Roger Hooper (left) accepts a safety award from AAC’s Barry Burkett. Van Buren County was one of more than 30 counties to score at least 80 percent on the Arkansas...

The staff at Ozark Health Home Care includes: (front row from left) Lise Neave, LPN, Pam Leal, manager, Debbie Pryor, LPN, Angela Passmore, LPN, Bree Galloway, CNA, Alice Smith, MAP coordinator, (second row) Amber Bryant, RN, Paige Smith, LPN, Rebecca Johnson, RN, Hannah Williams, RN, Dione Henry, RN, Leszlie Hale, LPN, Tiffany Drennan, RN, Jennifer McGlawn, intake, Karey Swofford, office staff, Sarah Westfall, billing, (third row) Mary Teague, RN, Julie Bonds, RN, Adam Winchester, LPN, Geri Cabana, RN, Ranae Wilson, CNA, Martha Timmons, LPN, Sue Shannon, CNA, and Ron Henson, RN. Not pictured are Jill Ward, RN, and Ethel McGlawn, CNA.

Home health agency wins award

Sep 04, 2014 4:15pm

Ozark Health Home Care recently received an award naming it a national best practice agency for 2013 by Fazzi Associates.

The award is based on the overall patient satisfaction results and...

The 2014 National Chuckwagon Races wound up its three-day event Sunday at the Eoff ranch in Clinton. A little bit of rain didn’t dampen the spirits of thousands of attendees and participants. The crowd was not disappointed and many vowed to be back next year for more races, food and fun. Overall winner of the main event, the Snowy River Race, was Drew Brown. For a complete list of winners and more about the 2014 races, visit www.chuckwagonraces.com. Photos by Geri Cabana

Chuckwagon Races 2014

Sep 04, 2014 4:08pm

The 2014 National Chuckwagon Races wound up its three-day event Sunday at the Eoff ranch in Clinton. A little bit of rain didn’t dampen the spirits of thousands of attendees and participants. The...

eNewsletter sign up
Email Format: