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Gillett EHC Meets at the River in July
The Gillett Extension Homemakers Club held its July meeting in the river home of Margie Hackney with six members and one guest, Torri Dumond, present for a potluck...
136 Court Square (NC) Did You Know?
This is a new building (or at least a new front façade), so it’s non-contributing. However, this location had some important occupants. There were...


DAR Presented to the Voluntary Services Department
Personal care items from members of the Grand Prairie Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution were presented to the Voluntary Services...


Changes of Employment for DeWitt School District for July
Resignations Samantha Foster - elementary counselor Lindsey Beaton - girl's track coach Jamie Cook - Pre-K para professional Hires Chris Clinton - Golf...
AWF Announces Gunnell as Hunter Education Instructor of the Year
Each year the Arkansas Wildlife Federation celebrates the accomplishments of remarkable individuals, like Linda Gunnell who have made a difference in protecting and...
Arkansas County Fair Queen Pageants Seeking Entries
Princess Bluebonnet, ages 4-6, Little Miss Arkansas County, ages 7-9, Petite Miss Arkansas County, ages 10-12, Jr. Miss Arkansas County, ages 13-16, Miss Arkansas, ages...
Eddie Lumsden address the group on the process of applying for the program. Historical Society’s Summer Meeting Held at DeWitt
The Grand Prairie Historical Society held their summer quarterly meeting at the Arkansas County Courthouse in DeWitt on Thursday, July 21. County...


Grand Prairie Chapter DAR
As is their tradition, the Grand Prairie Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), concluded their current chapter year with a guest day luncheon and meeting. The...
The caption states: The “Lillian H” Riverboat receiving bags of rice down the chute from the Prange-Tindall Warehouse on top of the bluff. Year unknown, but certainly dated no later than 1923 BLAST FROM THE PAST


Only the best cheer coaches, Mandy Cotten (DJH) and Leigh-Ann Haynes (DHS), will surprise their squads during spirit night dance break in banana costumes and take to the floor and dance with all the cheerleaders. The banana is a coveted award (yes, it is just an inflatable one) as it is given to the squad who displays leadership and an overwhelming amount of spirit every day. The ultimate squad goal is to come home with the banana! And yes, both the DeWitt squads brought them home! (Maybe the dancing bananas 
helped.) Michelle Hollimon


PCCUA Faces and Place
  These PCCUA DeWitt Campus employees practice what they preach:  Education is lifelong.  Although each of these people have full-time jobs at the...


L-R Officer Matt tucker, Officer Jonathan Powell, Lieutenant Greg Miller, Chief Jim Tucker and Sergeant Brad Bazarrow with the fruit basket. Thank a Police Officer
The First Assembly of God in DeWitt recently gave the DeWitt Police Department a large fruit basket for all of their hard work and dedication to...


DID YOU KNOW?
138 Court Square (C) Lizzie’s was built in 1922, as you can see from the cast concrete panel in the upper façade. This building exhibits some...


Letter from the Editor
A few weeks ago a DeWitt local, Joyce Moss, came into the DeWitt Era-Enterprise to get her weekly paper and came into my office to talk about some things going on at our...
City Council Meeting 
Monday, July 11, the DeWitt City Council met at City Hall on Court Square at 6PM. The Council began the meeting discussing the recycling project that has been so successful...