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School Lunch Menus: February 19-23, 2018

Acorn Public Schools: Monday NO SCHOOL Tuesday Breakfast: PreK: Breakfast, pizza, fruit, milk. Grades K-12: Variety cereal, breakfast pizza, parfait, fruit, juice, milk. Lunch: PreK: Popcorn chicken, cornbread, potato wedges, fruit, milk. Grades K-5: Popcorn chicken, white bean chicken chili, cornbread, potato wedges, fruit, salad bar, milk. Grades 6-12: Popcorn chicken, white bean chicken chili, hamburger, cornbread, potato wedges, fruit, ...

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Marine with Local Roots Highly Decorated

Gunnery Sergeant Christopher Bryan Crawford of the 12th Marine District was honorably discharged from active duty out of the United States Marine Corps on December 19, 2017. This article is to honor his service. He is the son of Margaret and Theodore Harris, and the later Bobby Crawford. He has three brothers and one sister. Chris is a 1995 graduate ...

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Lancaster Turns 100!

Genevieve Leslie Davis Lancaster celebrated her 100th birthday on February 9, 2018 at The Oaks Assisted Living Center, surrounding by her family and friends. She was born in Lake Charles, LA, and grew up there, along with several other places such as Nashville, TN, St. Augustine, FL, and Pineville, LA, where her father was caretaker of National Cemeteries in those ...

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Celebrating 100 Years

Ms. Dolly Hampton celebrated her 100th birthday surrounded by family and friends on February 9, 2018 at Peachtree Assisted Living Center. Hampton was born in Page, Oklahoma and was raised in the Rich Mountain community. Hampton, and her late husband Elwood, have two daughters, five grandchildren, 15 great-greatchildren, and four great-great grandchildren. Five generations of her family are pictured with ...

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UA Rich Mountain Spring Enrollment Demonstrates Positive Growth

The enrollment numbers for spring 2018 semester at the University of Arkansas Rich Mountain are in and the results yield a positive projection. On the 11th class day for the spring 2018 semester, enrollment comparisons from the spring 2017 semester to the spring 2018 semester demonstrated increases in a number of areas. Chad Fielding, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs stated, “I ...

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Assessor Announces Intent to Seek Re-Election

The following was submitted by Jovan Thomas, Polk County Assessor: “I am pleased and honored to announce that I will be seeking re-election as your Assessor. “As your County Assessor, and along with my powerful team of staff members, the goal in the Assessor’s office is keep taxpayers informed and educated on all the moving parts that makes the assessment ...

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Harrison Announces Re-Election Intent

SUBMITTED – Polk County Clerk Terri Harrison has announced her intent to seek re-election. She submitted the following: “I am excited to announce that I plan to see re-election as Polk County Clerk. “As County Clerk, I am very pleased with the progress and improvements we have made in the County Clerk’s Office. The County Clerk’s Office handles voter registration ...

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Schnell Seeks Re-Election

“My name is Michelle Heath Schnell and I would like to announce my intention to seek re-election to the office of the Polk County Circuit Clerk. I have been a part of the Circuit Clerk’s Office for 11 years. Since becoming clerk in 2017 I have been able to cut our office spending and streamline the daily operations without compromising ...

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Sawyer Announces Intent to Seek Re-Election

SUBMITTED – Polk County Sheriff Scott Sawyer has announced his intentions to seek re-election. Sawyer submitted the following: “I am excited to announce my intention to seek re-election for the Office of Polk County Sheriff and Collector. During my first term, I made professionalism, integrity, and community service a priority. I worked hard to run my office efficiently and effectively. ...

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Chamber Welcomes New Vision with Ribbon Cutting

Mena Regional Health System partnered with New Vision, a medically supervised withdrawal management service, last year to provide a medically supported detox program to the area. “There is a huge need,” said MRHS Administrator Jay Quebedeaux at the program’s launch. “We think it will do extremely well here.” The program provides a hospital setting where alcohol or drug addicted persons ...

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