Northstar EMS held their open house ceremony Tuesday, May 22nd at their new 17,000 sq. ft. facility at 1701 Beebe Capps Expy. Hundreds attended the event showcasing the building which has 12,000 sq. ft. of office and crew areas and 5,000 sq. ft. of garage space - which allows the readiness of disaster response unit [...]
Archive for May 2012
The Beebe City Pool is set to open Monday, June 4th, according to Mayor Mike Robertson, if all current problems are resolved. Hours, fees, etc. will be published next week in The Beebe News.
Built in 1968, the boys’ dorm on the campus of ASU-Beebe was demolished Tuesday, May 22, 2012, after about 44-years of use as the only boys’ dormitory on campus. It was a 16,096 sq. ft. building with central heat and window air condition. It featured cinder block interiors and 44 rooms with 87 beds. Chancellor [...]
The Beebe Fire Department will be conducting its annual fundraising drive to purchase badly needed fire houses and nozzles. For the next several weeks, representatives will be going door to door offering an 11×14 family portrait for only $30. The department would love to see 100% participation in this most worthwhile project, according to Chief [...]
Circuit Judge Tom Hughes ordered a new trial in the issue of who owns a million dollar lottery ticket which was thrown in the trash at the Super 1 Stop convenience store in Beebe. Hughes awarded Sharon Duncan the $1 million ticket on May 1st saying that she did not mean to throw the money [...]
Cross Reach has scheduled its next food give away for Saturday, June 2, 2012 starting at 11:00 am to the citizens of Beebe and surrounding areas regardless of income, gender, race, creed, or religion.
In addition to the food that we give away, you may also apply for a bag of USDA food. To qualify for [...]
Memorial Day services were held at the Beebe Veterans Monument by American Legion, Garners Bros. Post 91. Retired U. S. Navy Master Chief Petty Officer Doyle Batey spoke to the crowd about military service. Pictured above are, from left: Michael Westergren, Willard Crain and Doyle Batey. [...]
Beebe Police Officer Justin Lee carries the Special Olympics Torch as they travel north on Dewitt Henry Drive towards the destination of Searcy for the opening ceremonies. Officer Lee was joined by several other law enforcement personnel including Beebe Police Officer Robbie Puckett (not shown in this photo).
(Photos by Lee “Cat” McLane)