S Maysville News

We are having nice spring weather with some good rain which is always welcome. Lawn mowers are sure busy. I had my yard mowed Saturday and it sure did need it. Continue Reading »

S Hiwasse News

People, do your mail carrier a big favor! Check your boxes and areas for wasps and nests. If you find signs of them, spray them. Also flowers may look pretty around your mail boxes but they attract bees and some of our carriers are highly allergic to wasp and bee stings. Continue Reading »

S Car show held in Gentry on Saturday

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S Tornado siren tests, cleanup planned

DECATUR -- The city of Decatur is planning several events over the next few weeks in an effort to keep the community a clean and safe place to live. Continue Reading »

S Senior Center Menus

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S Gravette HOSA club plans spaghetti supper, bingo night

GRAVETTE -- Members of Gravette's HOSA club announced they will host their annual spaghetti supper and bingo night on Tuesday, April 28, at the Gravette High School cafeteria. Continue Reading »

S Springtown to use county inspector

SPRINGTOWN -- The town council, at the regular March meeting, approved drawing up a contract to use the county for its building inspection work rather than hire its own inspector. The action came after a recommendation from the town's inspector and a presentation by the county's inspector, according to unapproved draft minutes of the March 10 meeting. Continue Reading »

S Gospel jamboree planned

SULPHUR SPRINGS -- The second annual Lahoma Kay Roberts Memorial Gospel Singing Jamboree is set for Saturday, April 25, at Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Sulphur Springs. A meal begins at 3:30 p.m., and singing at 5 p.m. Continue Reading »

S New Street Construction

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S Community Shred Day to be hosted by Grand Savings Bank

SILOAM SPRINGS -- Celebrate Earth Day by shredding and recycling confidential documents at a free Shred Day hosted by Grand Savings Bank. Small business owners and individuals can shred documents for free, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Wednesday, April 22, at the Siloam Springs branch, 1660 W. U.S. 412 Hwy. Continue Reading »

S County cleanup is Saturday

BENTON COUNTY -- Benton County residents can take advantage of the county's spring cleanup April 18 to rid themselves of a variety of unwanted items. Continue Reading »

S For Good Cause

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S Boozman visit with local mayors

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S PAWS students recognized

GRAVETTE -- The Glenn Duffy Elementary PAWS Program incorporates character education and positive behavior into the school community. Each month PAWS skills are chosen and discussed in classroom guidance in relation to character education. Effort is the word for this month. This is defined as the total work done to achieve a particular end. Our superhero Batman has been given credit to say, "The training is nothing. The will is everything." However, we encourage our students to use their training AND their best effort while working at school and at home. Continue Reading »

S Law change helps Safari

GENTRY -- Arkansas House Bill 1551, an amendment to a 2013 law prohibiting the import, possession, sale and breeding of certain non-human primates, was signed into law by Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson on April 8 and is expected to soon make life easier for the Wilmoth family and the Wild Wilderness Drive-through Safari. Continue Reading »

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