Churches sometimes do not have a very realistic view of themselves. Often this becomes very evident, when they begin to search for a pastor. It happens all the time, but it is out in the open during the pastor search process. Surveys are completed by the congregation in which individual members create a long list [...]
Archive for June 2013
JACKSONVILLE, Ark. – The Jacksonville Parks and Recreation department will host FestiVille, a new and free community event, June 21 – 22 in Dupree Park (1700 Redmond Rd, Jacksonville).
This new festival will feature carnival rides and games, food vendors, a fishing derby, 5k and 1k fun run, CAVBC volleyball tournament, a Canine Cutie Contest, Mr. [...]
LITTLE ROCK — M*A*S*H (Medical Applications of Science for Health) camps will be held in 28 communities throughout Arkansas this summer. Returning to the lineup this year after recent absences are camps in Blytheville, Crossett and Newport.
The two-week M*A*S*H camps are designed to expose rising high-school juniors and seniors to healthcare-related vocations. Most of the [...]
3-Vehicle Crash Requires Water Rescue by Beebe Police and Fire Volunteers Beebe Asst. Fire Chief Rick Jackson and other volunteers pull victim from water-filled cab of truckJun 13th, 2013 | By admin | Category: Top Story
BY LEE “CAT” McLANE
An official report of this accident was not available from the Ark. State Police at press time but according to information from people on the scene, Beebe Police, Beebe Fire First Responders and other volunteers responded to an accident around 7 a.m. Friday, June 7, involving a southbound truck on Hwy. 67/167 [...]
LITTLE ROCK (6-10) — The Arkansas State Highway Commission approved bids for improvements to roadways in White County, according to highway officials and County Judge Michael Lincoln.
The purpose of the project is to widen 0.18 mile of Highway 367S to three lanes from Highway 67 to Highway 367 (Dewitt Henry Drive) in Beebe.
JCI Construction, Inc. [...]
BY LEE “CAT” McLANE
In a meeting held on the McRae campus Monday night, the Beebe School Board approved hiring several teachers, approved transfers and resignations.
Those teachers hired were: Kristina Formel, elementary teacher, Beebe Elementary; Ashley Reed, elementary teacher, Beebe Elementary; Hannah Alexander Musto, elementary teacher, Beebe Elementary; Courtney Wilson, elementary teacher, Badger Elementary; Dana Davis, [...]
Well this week it’s going to be relatively short and sweet - or maybe not so sweet - we’ll see. Anyway, didn’t give myself much space and that’s OK. Summer is here - temperature wise but not quite according to the calendar - but it feels like it’s here. I’m glad. I like the heat [...]
Many mornings find me giving thanks that my parents loved each other and loved me. The most valuable gift a father can give to his children is a daily demonstration that he loves their mother.
I’m the son of a farmer, horse-trader, who taught me to rise early, work hard and quit late. Solomon’s words could [...]
Henderson State University announces the students listed on the Dean’s List and Honor Roll for the Spring 2013 semester.
To be named to the Dean’s List, a student must have achieved a 4.0 grade point average for the entire semester. To make the Honor Roll, a student must have received at least a 3.5 grade point [...]