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All other security measures are in place for the Lonoke County Courthouse, where the security portal stands idle for lack of personnel. Photo Ed Galucki

Quorum court stalls on Courthouse security

May 25, 2016 11:19am

Courthouse security measures of electronic door locks are installed, video surveillance is running, panic buttons available, and entry control now limits public entrance to the long-unused front...

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‘I’m a loser’

May 24, 2016 4:02pm

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Hutchinson names Cabot native new chief of staff

May 24, 2016 10:21am

Gov. Asa Hutchinson said last Friday his next chief of staff will be Alison Williams, who currently serves as his director of state-federal relations in Washington, D.C.

Williams, a Cabot...

Cabot High School Class of 2016

May 24, 2016 4:19pm

This list contains names of all prospective graduates and is not an official list of those actually completing graduation requirements.

Alexandrea MacKenzie Abbott; Colton Micah Abbott;...

Memorial Day remembrance at Cabot Community Center

May 24, 2016 3:46pm

According to a history of Memorial Day from the Veterans Administration, on May 5, 1868, three years after the Civil War ended, the head of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) - an organization...

Criswell-Robinson American Legion Post 71, of Cabot, is asking for help in identifying the man in this picture.

American Legion searching for mystery man

May 24, 2016 3:45pm

Criswell-Robinson American Legion Post 71, of Cabot, is asking for help to identify the man in this picture, Post Adjutant Laura Leger reported in a notice. The picture was found inside an...

Family and friends of members of Cabot High School Class of 2016 filled a portion of Verizon Arena to watch the pomp and circumstance.

Cabot graduates more than 550 in North Little Rock ceremony

May 24, 2016 3:43pm

More than 550 Cabot High School seniors became alumni in the commencement ceremony of the Class of 2016, with family and friends nearly filling North Little Rock’s Verizon Arena to watch.

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Cabot mayor Bill Cypert presents patrol officer Steven Elliott a plaque noting his selection as city employee of the month for May. Last month, Elliott drew attention for his help during a funeral procession for which he blocked traffic and assisted the procession during bad weather. His manner in providing an otherwise ordinary service brought compliments to himself and to the Cabot Police Department. These highlighted Elliott’s reputation for his conduct on calls and when meeting people, especially on calls demanding a calm and reassuring presence. Many times, he has made a positive impact on a person’s life. Elliott genuinely cares about each person no matter the circumstances, and is able to change an emotionally-charged disturbance to a favorable outcome for everyone involved. Submitted photo.

Cabot City Employee of the Month

May 24, 2016 3:31pm

Cabot mayor Bill Cypert presents patrol officer Steven Elliott a plaque noting his selection as city employee of the month for May. Last month, Elliott drew attention for his help during a funeral...

AARP to have driving class

May 24, 2016 12:08pm

The local Cabot AARP Chapter and the First United Methodist Church of Cabot, located at 2003 South Pine Street, will host an AARP Smart Driver Safety Course on Wednesday, June 8. The class starts...

Boyd reunion set for June 4

May 24, 2016 10:36am

Friends and relatives of the descendants of Joseph and Martha McGraw Boyd are invited to attend the annual Boyd reunion, held this year beginning at noon on June 4 at Zion Baptist Church, 11923...

Five-year, stage IV cancer survivor Stacy Goforth at the start of the Women Can Run at Conway, with her granddaughters Abby Goforth, 12, and Braelyn Morrow, 9. Goforth said Braelyn beat both her and Abby’s time, placing second in her age division. Goforth’s goal is to complete the Little Rock Marathon.

Surviving through faith

May 17, 2016 2:46pm

Faced with the news that she was in stage IV, aggressive breast cancer; that it had spread through her lungs, liver and deep into lymph nodes; with no maintenance drugs available should she manage...

Department of Agriculture Undersecretary for Rural Development Lisa Mensah presents Ward Mayor Art Brooke, chairman of Lonoke White Public Water Authority, a certificate of completion for the Cove Creek water intake and treatment plant. Other officials, from agencies that provided funding for the $58 million project, were, from left, Lawrence McCollugh, Arkansas director of USDA Rural Development; Mensah, Brooke, U.S. Sen. John Boozman; and Randy Young, chairman of Arkansas Natural Resources Commission. The presentation marked the end of a 25-year effort to bring water from Greers Ferry Lake to central Arkansas. Photo Ed Galucki.

Completion of water project celebrated

May 17, 2016 2:40pm

Nearly 25 years of work came to a close last Friday as Lonoke White Public Water Authority officials marked the completion of the Cove Creek water intake and treatment plant, the capstone of a...

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