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AGFC leftover WMA Deer Hunt Permit sale begins July 14

LITTLE ROCK – Nearly 200 leftover WMA deer hunt permits for Arkansas wildlife management...

Lions picked fourth in 5-2A in Hooten’s preseason magazine

Mount Ida — The cover story for the 28th annual Hooten’s Arkansas Football bookazine...

Governor Hutchinson Announces Cities May Implement Mandatory Mask Ordinance

LITTLE ROCK – Governor Asa Hutchinson announced cities across the state may implement an ordinance...

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Naney wins Caddo Run jr boys division

CADDO HILLS - The Caddo Hills Indians hosted the Caddo Run cross country meet Saturday, September 14, with Lane Naney bringing home the win...

Montgomery County Fair expands livestock buckle presentation to include all categories

DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY/dewayne@mcnews.online MOUNT IDA – As summer approaches preparations for the 2020 Montgomery County Fair are well underway. Participants in this year’s livestock show can...

Camp YoLaWiGo a go

DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY/dewayne@mcnews.online STORY - Organizers and volunteers aren’t going to let something like COVID-19 stop them from hosting Camp YoLaWiGo this year, continuing a tradition...

Caddo Hills to take bond initiative to ballot boxes

The Caddo Hills School Board voted Wednesday, October 30, to move forward with a bond initiative that will fund renovations and parking expansion at...

Sheriff’s Office reports unidentified body found

Montgomery County Sheriff David White has reported that his office responded to a call regarding a deceased person located at a residence on Adams...

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Phantom positive test verified to belong to a non-resident

The case of the phantom positive COVID-19 case appears to be attributed to a non-resident according to the Arkansas Department of Health. ADH Regional Director...

Hodge Black Memorial Service Announced

James Hodge Black, of Mount Ida, AR, passed away peacefully at the age of 83 on August 10th, 2019 in Colorado Springs, CO surrounded...

National Park College to host International Women’s Day Event

Hot Springs, Arkansas – National Park College (NPC) Cultural Diversity Awareness Club (CDAC) and the Office of Diversity will host events in celebration of...

MARTHA JANETTE FULLER

Martha Janette Fuller, nee Simpson, passed away on January 7, 2020, in Geneva, OH, at age 81.  She was born in Hot Springs, Arkansas, and...

Sims VFD hot topic at Quorum Court meeting

MOUNT IDA - The Montgomery County Quorum Court decided to schedule a special called meeting Monday, November 18, to discuss redrawing fire district boundaries...