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Austin council OKs two ‘new’ trucks for fire department

Apr 26, 2016 3:53pm

Austin City Council members on Monday approved the purchase of two fire trucks for the Austin Volunteer Fire Department.

Aldermen Matt Sheets, Tammy Williams, Randy Ryan, Rusty Eisenhower...

Austin Chief of Police James Kulesa said he decided to go his own way in making a statement with patrol cars, instead of the popular national motto, he chose the opening of the U.S. Constitution, “We the people.” “This is what it is all about, us, the people,” he said. While “In God We Trust” is sometimes controversial, “There is no question with this, and it covers everybody… and it means the officers are part of the people.” There have been no complaints about the phrase being on the vehicles, he added. Photo Ed Galucki

Making a statement

Apr 26, 2016 3:51pm

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Record number of CHS honor graduates

Apr 19, 2016 3:01pm

More than 190 Cabot High School honor graduates were recognized at the annual Cabot Chamber of Commerce Honor Graduate Luncheon held Monday. Keynote speaker for the lunch was Tyler Bartels,...

60 years of the Cabot Star-Herald

Apr 19, 2016 3:00pm

This year marks the 60th year of publication for the Cabot Star-Herald, begun January 1956 by Cone and Betty Magie - some of the news in 1970 included Cabot surpassing Carlisle to take No. 3 for...

Quorum Court meeting agenda

Apr 19, 2016 3:15pm

The Lonoke County Quorum Court will meet in regular session, 6:30 p.m., Thursday, April 21, in the Courthouse Annex conference room, 212 N. Center St. (Arkansas Highway 31), Lonoke (across from...

Decoration Day at Walters Chapel

Updated: Apr 26, 2016 3:53pm

Decoration Day at Walter’s Chapel Cemetery will be May 1, beginning after the 11 a.m. worship service by Walter’s Chapel Missionary Baptist Church, Carlisle, board member Nancy Felt Dunlap...

Concord Cemetery Association meeting is April 27

Apr 19, 2016 2:12pm

The Concord Cemetery Association will hold its annual meeting on Wednesday, April 27 at 6:30 p.m. in the Family Life Center at Concord United Methodist Church.

All persons owning lots in...

Tim Odum (Ed Galucki Photo)

Holland Bottom Farm passes to the next generation

Apr 12, 2016 3:29pm

Arkansas Highway 321, Bill Foster Highway, with its thousands of cars each day, delivers a steady stream of customers to Holland Bottom Farms for locally famous strawberries in spring, and fresh...

Ward Mayor Art Brooke, at the April 11 City Council meeting, proclaimed April 2016 as Autism Awareness Month in the city of Ward. Joining Brooke for the proclamation are, from left, Barry Weathers, Patti Weathers holding granddaughter Lillyann Weathers, Brooke, Cindy Weathers, B.J. Weathers and Bryson Weathers. Photo Ed Galucki

Ward sees funding for new wastewater plant

Apr 12, 2016 3:26pm

After nearly three years the City of Ward can begin to see the end of living under the threat of thousands of dollars in fines and penalties after the city council approved applying for a nearly $...

‘The Nerd’ returns at Cabot Community Theatre

Apr 12, 2016 3:49pm

Cabot Community Theatre returns its production of “The Nerd” to the stage for two weekends. “The Nerd has been a favorite of audiences since it was first performed years ago,” Theatre spokesman...

Dec. 12, 1968: Ward’s first water bill is paid by R.H. Grant to Mrs. Molene Cooke, city collector, as Mayor Richard C. Bayless looks on. City water became a real thing for Ward residents a short time ago with the completion of the first water system for the town … a new experience for those who have had well or cistern water in the past.

Cabot Star-Herald - 1968

Apr 12, 2016 3:28pm

This year marks the 60th year of publication for the Cabot Star-Herald, begun January 1956 by Cone and Betty Magie - here are some 1968 headlines:

Jan. 12, 1968: Ice Storm Hits County - One...

Cabot Library to host class

Apr 12, 2016 3:28pm

The Cabot Public Library located at 909 West Main Street in Cabot will be hosting an 8 week class for English Language Learners beginning Monday, April 18 from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m.