Jennifer King of Rison, the catalyst behind the first Junk Hunt three years ago, said she is hearing that there will be several more vendors participating this year and that more people will be coming for the first time this year.“I’ve had a phone call from one lady in Mississippi and another from Louisiana wanting to know how to get here, where...You don't have to take our word as granted, because you can see this with your own eyes.
New safety measures are being taken in classrooms to try to help prevent more tragic events like the most recent Parkland, Fla.The affidavit for warrant of arrest stated that Rogers did indeed plan to kill 2018 mayoral candidate Joe Rogers and his ex-wife, Debbie Rogers. All interested Drew County voters: There will be a “Meet the Candidates” gathering at p.m. All candidates for opposed county positions will be available for open questions. Earlier this year, Advance-Monticellonian Publisher Tom White was named President of the Arkansas Press Association. e=33171693/64916198Billy Williams, superintendent of the Drew Central School District, has died, the Advance-Monticellonian confirmed with DCSD School Board President Mike Pennington. The Monticello City Council meeting was called to order by Mayor David Anderson at p.m.tonight at the Living Word Fellowship Church, 181 U. In the third quarter Arkansas Publisher magazine, Tom and the entire staff at the Advance is featured in the publication. Pennington said Williams was working hay on his farm near Monticello when he suffered an apparent heart attack about 6 p.m. Tuesday night and the minutes from last months meeting were approved.She was the widow of Arthur Lee Newton, Sr., retired from Burlington Industries and was a member of East Side Missionary Baptist Church. Having had cancer herself in 1986, she supported and was involved in that endeavor. Dorothy Ann Willingham, 77, of Dermott passed away Thursday, June 28, 2018 at CHI St. Ann was born on December 31, 1940 in Dermott to the late Doyle “Red” Davis and Dorothy Marie Brewster Davis. Ann was a member of Red Hat Society and the Dermott Chamber of Commerce. Syble Wright Vinson, 85, of Rye, died Saturday, June 23, at her home. Survivors include three sons, Mark (Vickie) Vinson and Jeremy (Angila) Vinson all...She was the class reunion coordinator for many years. She was born October 7, 1932 in Jefferson County, to the late Clyde Wright and Mary Esker Adair Wright. According to Drew County Sheriff Mark Gober, the skeletal remains found on March 26 have been identified by the Arkansas State Crime Lab as Clyde Lee Robinson. See this week's copy of the Advance-Monticellonian for the full story.