The Beebe area and the entire state awoke Monday morning with 1”-2” of freezing rain and sleet. Streets were impassable and Beebe Schools closed for Monday and Tuesday. Significant melting took place on Tuesday as temperatures finally rose above freezing - to about 37-degrees - allowing for melting on most streets. Power outages were avoided [...]
Beebe Police Chief Wayne Ballew (left) talks with a United Kingdom film crew from OfftheFence.com as they are making a film about the thousands of blackbird deaths on New Year’s Eve Dec. 31, 2010. The film crew have several interviews set up around town . They came to town on Sunday, Feb. 8 and [...]
The Beebe Chamber of Commerce is currently accepting nominations for the following 2014-15 Community Awards:
· Citizen of the Year
· Ruth L. Couch Lifetime Service Award
· Beebe Public Schools Educator of the Year
· New Business of the Year
BY LEE “CAT” McLANE
The Beebe City Council met for the first time in the new year for their regular monthly meeting, Monday night, Jan. 26th. For the first time in recent history, the council conducted two Executive Sessions where they discussed personnel matters. After the first Executive Session the council reconvened and approved allowing [...]
Jan. 15 - Today, according to Beebe City Attorney Scott Bles, the City of Beebe entered into a negotiated plea agreement with Mr. Bertram Dahl, whereby Mr. Dahl was convicted of Disorderly Conduct in Case CR 2014-502 in the White Co. Circuit Court. Mr. Dahl specifically waived his right to a jury trial. This conviction [...]
White County Medical Center’s New Life Center would like to welcome the first baby born at the hospital in 2015. Family Practice Physician, Dr. Timothy Killough delivered Channing Davis Grizzell on Friday, Jan. 2, 2015 at 11:02 a.m. Channing weighed 6 pounds and 7 ounces and was 20.5 inches long. The proud parents are Kyle [...]
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Hundreds of people came out Saturday night for the city’s Christmas Lighting Ceremony at Daniel Park on Dec. 13th.
There were carolers, Santa, refreshments and a train for kids to ride.