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Police Department hires new officer

Jul 17, 2014 10:37am

A new police officer has been hired by the city of Clinton, the police chief reported last week at the monthly City Council meeting.

Chief Toney Parish said James Burress has joined the...

Photo by Anita Tucker/Democrat staff The wind shook flagpoles and trees as the sky turned ominous Monday afternoon in downtown Clinton. Heavy rain followed and there were some reports of hail in the county. The weather forecast for the next few days calls for below-average temperatures.

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Jul 17, 2014 10:32am

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Walton scholars include 1 from Clinton

Jul 03, 2014 10:56am

Arkansas Tech University has selected 20 Walton Leader Scholars for the second cohort of its LEAD 21 program. Included in the group is Audra Stewart of the Clinton School District.

LEAD 21...

Hobby Lobby ruling fuels heated Senate debate

Jul 03, 2014 10:48am

WASHINGTON — A divided Supreme Court ruled Monday that certain privately held companies can — based on religious beliefs — avoid some contraceptive mandates of the Affordable Care Act.

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Letter to the Editor

Jul 03, 2014 10:11am

Dear Editor:

It will soon be two years since I sent you the first letter calling out Clinton Mayor Roger Rorie and members of the previous City Council for wasteful spending of tax dollars...

Amy Hill Imler has been painting for 45 years.

North Little Rock artist featured in exhibit

Jul 03, 2014 4:35pm

The July feature artist for the North Central Arkansas Gallery exhibit at the Town Conference center in Fairfield Bay has been painting for more than 45 years.

Amy Hill Imler of North Little...

Experts don’t see sellout for marshals coin

Jul 03, 2014 10:49am

WASHINGTON — A commemorative coin set for release next year by the U.S. Mint likely won’t have strong enough sales to raise the $5 million in surcharges that could go to the U.S. Marshals Museum...

A dirt-filled dump truck stands as a reminder of the recent tragedy on the bridge and as protection for workers on the north end of the new Archey Fork bridge. Jerry Hickman, driver of the log truck that spilled its load leading to the deaths of two of the road crew, is scheduled to be in court for a probation revocation hearing on July 1.

Work continues on bridge

Jun 26, 2014 4:30pm

A dirt-filled dump truck stands as a reminder of the recent tragedy on the bridge and as protection for workers on the north end of the new Archey Fork bridge. Jerry Hickman, driver of the log...

Man charged in theft of truck

Jun 26, 2014 4:33pm

A report of a stolen vehicle led to the arrest of a Clinton man last week.

On June 18, 2014, deputies from the Van Buren County sheriff’s office took a report of stolen pickup, check book,...

County seeks FEMA money for tornado aid

Jun 26, 2014 9:57am

Van Buren County spent $48,000 to aid Faulkner County after the April tornadoes and has turned in the paperwork for reimbursement to FEMA, the county judge told the Quorum Court last week.

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Project director presents plans for building

Jun 26, 2014 9:57am

About 20 people gathered last Thursday to hear what the director of Project Surge had to say about plans for downtown.

David Holcomb told the Clinton Planning and Zoning Commission that the...

Governor calls special session

Jun 26, 2014 10:30am

Gov. Mike Beebe issued a call Tuesday to bring the Arkansas General Assembly into a special session to provide funding that will open more inmate beds and improve the viability of the Public...

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