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Actions by companies amount to theft farmers say in lawsuit

Sep 09, 2014 7:45pm

More than 20 Lonoke County farmers and businesses have filed a lawsuit in Lonoke County Circuit Court claiming rice delivered to an equally long list of companies was taken by deception. Claiming...

StreetScape progress

Sep 09, 2014 7:44pm

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Lonoke County Circuit Court

Aug 26, 2014 3:14pm

Cases filed by prosecuting attorney Chuck Graham, Aug. 4 - 22, 2014:

James W. Kittinger, 37, Jacksonville, 43CR-14-320: possession of controlled substance - schedule I,II (methamphetamine or...

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Chamber’s Williams completes Community Development Institute

Aug 20, 2014 9:49am

Amy Williams, Executive Director of the Cabot Chamber of Commerce has recently completed the Year 1 Class of the 28th Annual Community Development Institute- Central (CDI) at the University of...

John Dock | Checking in, from the past

Aug 19, 2014 11:54am

“John Dock” was the pen name used by the writer of an opinion column seen in the Cabot Star-Herald, Lonoke Democrat and Carlisle Independent in 1963 and 1964; the writer remarked on events and...

Pilgrim Reflections | Three P’s In God’s Peace Pod

Aug 19, 2014 11:51am

Note: Third is a series

When they’re an integral part of our views-and-values, we need not worry about anything.

Purpose. Pursuit. Priorities.

As Jesus finished this portion of...

Football, fair, new school year at Chamber meeting

Aug 13, 2014 1:52pm

Upcoming fall events and the beginning of the new school year were on the agenda of the Aug. 7 meeting of the Lonoke Area Chamber of Commerce, held at the Lonoke Depot.

Chamber vice...

City left holding the bag in Community Center repairs

Aug 12, 2014 4:42pm

Questions about construction faults that led to the now eight-year-old Cabot Veterans Park Community Center needing more than $800,000 in repairs and renovation cannot yet be answered. City...

No waiting

Aug 12, 2014 4:42pm

Tuesday morning traffic moves through the newly opened traffic circle at the junction of Locust Street with Lincoln Street at the High School. The circle is one of three built to cope with new...

Cabot Farmers Market is part of a national trend toward not only locally grown produce, but locally made arts, crafts and other items. Market manager Matt Webber said there will be eight more weekends for the Cabot market, with Oct. 4 being the last for the year. Photo Ed Galucki

Cabot Farmers Market helped begin national trend

Aug 12, 2014 4:47pm

Arkansas’ farmers markets have nearly doubled in numbers in the last decade, ranking the state among the top 10 for growth. Nationwide, the increase is about 76 percent in the past six years,...

Operation Roundup supports Kohen’s Park

Aug 12, 2014 4:44pm

First Electric District Manager Karen Southerland (left) and First Electric marketing representative David Copeland (right) present Juanita Williams a check for $1,000 from Operation Roundup to...

ADE mounts school bus safety campaign

Aug 12, 2014 4:44pm

More than 6,000 school buses transporting more than 250,000 students daily will next week return to Arkansas roads. “We want to remind motorists to be especially attentive whenever they are near a...