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School Board signs off on food services for school year

Jul 27, 2016 11:22am

The Carlisle School Board approved numerous items, including new hires, handbook changes and food bids, during its July 18 meeting.

Terry McCallie, Bryan Oliger, C.J. Parker, Debbie Reid,...

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City Clerk Drye resigns

Jan 06, 2016 12:41pm

Carlisle City-Clerk Treasurer Trudy Drye resigned last week, effective Jan. 1.

Drye has been with the city since May 2004. With almost 12 years under her belt at the city, Drye decided on...

Year in Review: Carlisle

Dec 30, 2015 3:27pm

Stolen ATV

Carlisle Police are investigating the thefts of two ATVs, which were taken sometime early morning on Jan. 17. At 2:34 a.m., OfficerCraig Gates was called to the Chris Stock...

Heavy rainfall over the weekend, caused many waterways to flow outside their embankments. Pictured is the Wattensaw Bayou overflowing into near by ditches and rising toward State Highway 13 North on Monday. (Photo by Allison Goodman)

Heavy rainfall causes flooding in areas

Dec 30, 2015 2:53pm

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Violent storms Wednesday, leaves damage

Dec 23, 2015 2:43pm

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Board approves playground equiptment purchase

Dec 23, 2015 2:17pm

The Carlisle School Board approved a playground equipment purchase during its meeting on Dec. 14.

Board members Terry McCallie, C.J. Parker, Adam Ellis, Cliff Schafer, Jereme Carter and...

Aldermen take look, listen at City Clerk

Dec 23, 2015 2:13pm

Confusion continues as Carlisle Alderman Jon Plafcan called an informal gathering last Saturday to listen to recordings of the June 15, 2004 city council meeting. City clerk-treasurer Trudy Drye...

Lonoke County Farm Bureau

Dec 23, 2015 1:49pm

Lonoke Farm Bureau was recognized for work done for the 81st Arkansas Farm Bureau annual convention, held Dec. 3 at Little Rock. Each county Farm Bureau was measured in 10 program areas and...

Carlisle Elementary school fifth and sixth grade gifted and talented students participated in a Shark Tank-style pitch competition at The Innovation Hub in Little Rock on Dec. 2. Competition winners pictured from left is second place was Jenna Reed, for her personalized Christmas ornaments, first place was Olivia Brown, for Vital Organizer, washable organizers with zippered pockets and third place was Corbin Brown, for Ribbon Wraps, tough-to-misplace bookmarks. (submitted photo)

Carlisle student entrepreneurs swim with sharks

Dec 16, 2015 3:28pm

On Dec. 2, the Innovation Hub hosted a Shark Tank-style pitch competition for a group of fifth and sixth graders from Carlisle Elementary.

The 18 students had already created 16 products,...