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Chester and Becky Brown, Cabot Church of Christ, present a $10,000 donation to the school district in support of the backpack program, to ensure children who rely on school meals have sufficient food during weekends. She recalled presenting the idea of helping feed children, “and they were all for it.” A few years ago the focus changed to changed from collecting the supplies to raising funds for the supplies. This is the largest donation of all, she said. From left, school board president Donna Nash, Pastor Chuck Ball, Becky Brown, Chester Brown, Tony Thurman. Photo Ed Galucki

Panic button, reserved parking, backpack donation at school board meeting

Sep 01, 2015 3:34pm

High-tech “panic button,” a record donation, bragging rights on students and reserved parking and seating were among the issues considered at the Aug. 18 meeting of the Cabot School Board.

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Lonoke County Circuit Court

Jul 28, 2015 2:42pm

Charges filed in Lonoke County Circuit Court by 23rd Judicial District prosecuting attorney Chuck Graham, July 17-24:

Kyle Davidson, 49, Lonoke, 43CR-15-328: driving while intoxicated I(...

Bankruptcies

Jul 27, 2015 6:41pm

David Bell Moses12 Valhalla Drive, Cabot; Chapter 13; unlisted debt filed July 13; unlisted assets.

Michael Edward Kindalland Sheryl Kindall603 North St, Ward; Chapter 7; unlisted debt filed...

Incorporations

Jul 27, 2015 6:41pm

3J Services LLC, 16 Dale Ct, Cabot 72023 was incorporated on 7/7/15 by Aerica Bothwell-Wilson

Pinoak Flat, LLC, 25 Prairie Crossing Cv, Lonoke 72086 was incorporated on 7/9/15 by Allen Evans...

Suspect sought in Cabot bank robbery

Updated: Jul 27, 2015 2:45pm

UPDATE, Monday: Polcie are still searching man whom they believe robbed a bank in Cabot. Police have released video from the bank.

Last Tuesday, the Cabot Police Department responded to an...

County looks for relief for overcrowded jail

Jul 21, 2015 5:24pm

More than 90 minutes of sometimes heated discussion dominated the July 16 Quorum Court meeting over a proposal to create a 1.25 county sales tax to increase the county general revenue, and to...

About the beginning of 2016, household waste collection in Cabot will be changing to an automated system using 96-gallon carts. Mickey “Stubby” Stumbaugh, Progressive Waste Solutions area manager, tells Mayor Bill Cypert about the system. Photo Ed Galucki

Bond projects ‘on schedule, on budget’

Jul 21, 2015 5:17pm

Controversy over display of the Confederate battle flag spilled into the Cabot City Council meeting on Monday, with claims Cabot police had interfered with a “social media” rally in the old Wal-...

Current high “feels-like” temperatures affect dogs and cats just as they do people, and when people have to take shelter from the heat they should bring their pets with them, Cabot Animal Control officer Mike Wheeler said.

Hot days may be harder for dogs than people

Jul 21, 2015 1:43pm

Heat stress is just as real in pets as with children, Cabot animal control officer Mike Wheeler cautioned pet owners about coping with summer heat. “If it is too hot for kids to be outside, bring...

Not just fruit and vegetables

Jul 21, 2015 11:27am

Cabot Animal Control mobile adoption was on hand at the Cabot Farmers Market on Saturday with an array of hard-to-resist animals looking for the right family to adopt. Nadia and Kyle Brooks and...

Lonoke County Circuit Court

Jul 21, 2015 5:39pm

Aaron Scott Bettger, 22, Lonoke, 43CR-15-323: possession of drug paraphernalia to ingest, inhale, etc. (felony)(two counts).

Scot Gregory McFadden, 33, Austin, 43CR-15-324: possession of...

Social media bomb threat at Ward

Jul 21, 2015 1:44pm

Investigation of a social media bomb threat is on-going, Ward Chief of Police Steve Benton said Monday. “That is about all I can say right now.”

Benton said he was given information of a...