S Munoz appointed branch manager

CENTERTON -- Bank of Gravett has announced the appointment of Lisa Munoz to the position of branch manager at the Bank of Gravett in Centerton. Continue Reading »

S Safety training offered for schools n Districts plan to take advantage of proposal offered by Arkansas Attorney General's office

FARMINGTON -- Northwest Arkansas school superintendents said they want to host active threat training for their employees offered by the Arkansas Attorney General's office. Continue Reading »

S Decatur celebrates homecoming

DECATUR -- The afternoon of Oct. 3 was cloudy and cool and looked like rain. Then, suddenly, the clouds parted and the sun's rays spread warmth over the city of Decatur, and with that the 2014 Decatur Bulldog homecoming festivities began. Continue Reading »

S Decatur wins homecoming

DECATUR -- Bulldog fans began to fill the stadium at 6 p.m. in preparation for the 2014 homecoming game against conference rival the JC Westside Rebels Oct. 3. Continue Reading »

S Highfill E.H. Club News

HIGHFILL -- The Highfill Extention Homemakers' Club met Sept. 15 at the Gentry Library meeting room. President Peggy Dillahunty led the monthly meeting. Minutes of the previous meeting were approved, as well as the current financial statement. A report was given on the activities and support of the Benton County Fair. Continue Reading »

S Obituaries for Oct. 8, 2014

Rebecca Ann Clinton Continue Reading »

S Gym has new manager

GRAVETTE -- The Gravette Gym has a new manager and he has big plans for the business on Main Street. Continue Reading »

S Letter to the Editor

Editor, Continue Reading »

S Leaving behind a little doctrine for my kids

What does it mean to repent or Continue Reading »

S Letter to Editor from Toby Conrad

Editor, Continue Reading »

S Weekly Devotion

"For he established a testimony in Jacob, and appointed a law in Israel, which he commanded our fathers, that they should make them known to their children: that the generation to come might know them, even the children which should be born; who should arise and declare them to their children: that they might set their hope in God, and not forget the works of God, but keep his commandments: and might not be as their fathers, a stubborn and rebellious generation; a generation that set not their heart aright, and whose spirit was not steadfast with God." Psalm 78:5-8 Continue Reading »

S Hiwasse News

We welcome the opening of the Hiwasse Store. Thank you, John and Julie, for bringing a much needed facility to our area. Continue Reading »

S Maysville News

We have had some nice weather this last week, even got some rain and cooler temperatures. I think everyone has enjoyed it. Orpha Wardlaw is home after spending a couple of days in Tulsa, Okla., last week in the home of her daughter and family, Eva Rea and Steve Fincher and children Zack and Selena. They always enjoy her coming over. Continue Reading »

S Pioneers pick up big win

GENTRY -- The Pioneers picked up their first win of the season when they traveled to Berryville on Friday night, beating the Bobcats 21-6. The Pioneers took the lead in the opening quarter with a touchdown when Dustin Stoufflett threw a 26-yard pass to Kevin Easter. And the Pioneers built on that lead in the second quarter when Easter completed a pass to Stoufflet for a TD. They added a two-point conversion when Easter connected to Dakota Smith in the end zone. Continue Reading »

S Smith new lending officer for the Bank of Gravett

GRAVETTE -- The Bank of Gravett recently introduced James L. Smith of Bentonville as chief lending officer and market president of the Centerton/Bentonville area office. Continue Reading »

S Director attempts to justify personal use of DHA funds n Weston says she was using accrued vacation time

DECATUR -- Decatur Housing Authority's board of director's meeting was pretty routine on Thursday -- approving minutes, reviewing budgets and the like -- but what went on in the days prior to the public meeting was less than routine: DHA director Debbie Weston sent three letters to board members to explain why housing authority money was paid to individuals who did private work for her at her home, why an attorney was retained for her criminal case using housing authority funds without housing authority board approval and documenting minutes she says she sent to the city of Decatur with board appointments. Continue Reading »

S Empire District announces new rates for Arkansas customers

JOPLIN, MO -- The Empire District Electric Company announced Monday that the Arkansas Public Service Commission has granted a change in rates for its Arkansas electric customers. Continue Reading »

S Adding bird diverters

For the Birds Continue Reading »

S Choir clinic conducted in Gentry

GENTRY --The music coming from the auditorium at Gentry High School brought back sounds of ancient choirs in huge cathedrals and concert halls, but it was not a professional choir singing in the auditorium. It was a group of high school students from Gentry and other small schools in the area. Continue Reading »

S Ole Timers meet

The group at our last meeting of the G.M.C.H. Ole Timers was the biggest bunch of Ole Timers ever, 26 in all. Continue Reading »

Archive by year

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014