Weekly Column from the Arkansas House of Representatives
In 1980, when President Jimmy Carter declared the week of March 8 as National Women’s History Week, he wrote “The achievements, leadership, courage, strength and love of...

State Capitol Week in Review
LITTLE ROCK – The governor announced that he would call a special session to begin April 6 for the legislature to consider changes to the state Medicaid program. Changes...

Public Safety Committee Discusses Plans for Charitable Christian...
The public safety committee consisting of DeWitt City Council members Robert Young and Debbie Fox met with Mayor Ralph Relyea February 18 to discuss possible ideas for the...

Willis, Coile to Wed
Amanda Renee' Willis, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Willis of Nesbit, MS, will marry Nelson Robert Coile, son of Rev. & Mrs. Warren Coile of...

Dana’s House, Inc. Receives $3,000.00 Grant from the Dollar General...
DeWitt, AR – May 23, 2016 – This week, the Dollar General Literacy Foundation awarded Dana’s House, Inc. a $3,000.00 grant to support Summer literacy. This local grant...

Picture is drawn by Doris Jacobs for the Centennial 125th edition in 2006. Bayou Meto United Methodist Church Hosts Annual Homecoming Service
Bayou Meto United Methodist Church was established in 1881 as Mt. Zion Methodist Church opening its doors continuously since that time. This...

Wilson Included on Dean’s List
SEARCY, AR- Koby Wilson, a Criminal Justice Major at Harding University from De Witt, is among more than 1,300 University students included on the...

Free Community Health Fair
The Watkin Chapel Missionary Baptist Church is offering a Free Community Health Fair Friday, March 18, 2016 from 10:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. at 800 South Juniper in Pine Bluff,...

Ag Safety Awareness Week is March 6-12
LITTLE ROCK — Across the country, Farm Bureaus are making safety a top priority this spring through the Agricultural Safety Awareness Program (ASAP). As a part of ASAP,...

Proper Response to a Sermon
Firsts in the Scripture ought to capture our attention. We should pay close attention to those things occurring first in the Biblical record. Acts 2 records the first...

To Those Who Have Been Trying to Believe
How often during my many years of ministry have I heard a supposed Christian say, “Brother, I am trying to believe God; I know I am supposed to believe him, and I want to...

“Never Forget”
Memorial Day. For some, it’s the start of the summer vacation. Picnics. Barbeques. Family get-togethers. Boating. Baseball games, etc. But, to all true American...

Hats off to the class of 2016! 2016 DeWitt High School Graduation
The 2016 DeWitt High School Graduation was held on May 20, 2016 in the gymnasium. The Invocation was by Banks Philipp and the welcome by Delia...

Seniors Inspire Elementary Students with Final Walk-thru
On Thursday morning, before the seniors began their graduation practice, and before they had their final pictures made in their caps and gowns, the...

Roush Named Outstanding Student of the Year at PCCUA
Taylor Roush has been named Outstanding Student of the Year representing the spirit of the DeWitt Campus of Phillips Community College of the...

The Grand Prairie Quilt Society members with the 43 teaching dolls completed for Arkansas Childrens Hospital. The Grand Prairie Quilt Society Meeting
The Grand Prairie Quilt Society met on April 13 for their quarterly sit n' sew at the First Christian Church fellowship hall with twelve members...

“Butch” Maguffey gets his yearly shots, while his human mom, Tara Maguffey gives moral support. Rabies Vaccine Clinic Held in St. Charles
Charles and Dr. Robert Prescott of Pet Tracks, DeWitt hosted their annual Rabies Vaccine Clinic, Saturday at the Fire Station in St. Charles. Dr....

Tiny dancers Maggie Abel, Avery Slane, Braylee Hearn, Kani and Landri Hornbeck are ready to rock out to “Did I Mention”! X Factor Dance Recital
The sixth and final recital of The X Factor Dance Studio was held Sunday at The Grand Prairie Center in Stuttgart. The performance, aptly titled,...