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Veterans Day Celebrated in Many Ways in Beebe

Nov 16th, 2017 | By | Category: Top Story

Friday, Nov. 10th – Breakfast for Veterans at FBC; Freedom Run at Beebe Schools; and Traditional Ceremony Nov. 11th at Veterans Monument Park



ASU-Beebe’s 90th Anniversary Events to Present Veterans Salute on November 9

Nov 8th, 2017 | By | Category: Top Story

Arkansas State University-Beebe’s 90th Anniversary Event Series will present a Veterans Salute on Thursday, Nov. 9, beginning at 12:30 p.m. on the grounds of the Dr. Eugene McKay Student Center at the Beebe campus. The event is free admission and open to the public.   The Veterans Salute will be the final 90th Anniversary event […]



Gold Star Families Monument Groundbreaking Held Saturday

Nov 1st, 2017 | By | Category: Top Story

The Beebe City Council unanimously approved the construction of the Gold Star Families Memorial Monument to be located at Veterans Monument Park on W. Dewitt Henry at N. Pecan. Hershel “Woody” Williams, Congressional Medal of Honor recipient and designer of the monument attended the dinner held Friday night and the groundbreaking Saturday, Oct. 28th. Retired […]



Hwy. 67/167 to Be Designated Future I-57

Nov 1st, 2017 | By | Category: Top Story

Jim Wooten, who recently announced he will seek a seat in the Ark. Legislature – (R) State Representative, District 45, stands next to a sign which will soon be seen on Hwy. 67/167. In a meeting of the Ark. State Highway Commission, after a federal approval was received, it was recommended to change Hwy. 67/167 […]



Beebe Arts & Crafts Festival Held Saturday, Oct. 21st

Oct 26th, 2017 | By | Category: Top Story

The Beebe Arts & Crafts Festival was held Sat., Oct. 21st at the Beebe Ballpark. There were several food trucks, craft vendors and entertainers. Beebe Alderwoman Linda Anthony (pictured at right) was the emcee for the Dogs in the Parks contest. The American Legion held a pulled pork and beans cook-off. (More pics next week!)



Arts & Crafts Festival, Etc. is Saturday

Oct 18th, 2017 | By | Category: Top Story

The Beebe Arts and Crafts Festival will be held Sat., Oct. 21 at Beebe Ballpark. Admission is free for festival goers. There will be food trucks and other vendors of food. Since this year, the festival is focused on arts and crafts, there will be original art, crafts, wreaths, home decor, doll clothes and jewelry […]



Beebe Arts & Crafts Festival Set for Oct. 21

Oct 12th, 2017 | By | Category: Top Story

The Beebe Arts and Crafts Festibval will be held Sat., Oct. 21 at Beebe Ballpark. Admission is free for festival goers. There will be food trucks and other vendors of food. Since this year, the festival is focused on arts and crafts, there will be original art, crafts, wreaths, home decor, doll clothes and jewelry […]



Council Approves Several Resolutions; Looks at New Parking Lot for Daniel Park, Dog Run for Shelter

Oct 4th, 2017 | By | Category: Top Story

The Beebe City Council met Monday night, Sept. 25th, for their regular monthly meeting. The council approved the recommendation of the Planning and Zoning Commission to accept a new member, Barry Flannery. The City was notified of an increase in charges for the 911 system but Mayor Mike Robertson talked with White County Judge Michael […]



Reception Held for Retiring Beebe School Board Member Brenda McKown

Sep 27th, 2017 | By | Category: Top Story

Brenda McKown – retiring Beebe School Board member – was honored with a reception Monday night, Sept. 25th at the monthly meeting. This was her last board meeting as a Beebe School Board member. Ms. McKown has been a member of the Beebe School Board for the past 12 years and before that was a […]



Jason Smith Wins School Board Election

Sep 20th, 2017 | By | Category: Top Story

By a vote of 311 (61.22%) to 197 (38.78%), Jason Smith came out ahead of David Doyle in the Beebe School Board Election Tues., Sept. 19th. The millage vote – which will keep it the same (36.60 mills) was voted in 370 to 136. In Bald Knob, Alfred Collins won 231 votes to Bryan Evans […]