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Jordan Tull has record book night
Jordan Tull, a 2011 WHS Senior, has now joined the Arkansas Activities Association Record book tying with Michael Dyer as the longest rushing touchdown. Tull ran for a 99 yard TD last week against Dardanelle. Tull and Dyer are the only two high school athletes who now hold this record and join the National Football High School record book as well.

State audit of Scott County reveals bookkeeping, posting errors
The results and finding if the 2008-09 Scott County audit that was released by the Arkansas Legislative Joint Audit Committee (ALJAC) revealed several minor bookkeeping errors in a number of departments, uncovered a mistake resulting from reductions in real property on the county tax rolls not being order by the proper entity and a deficiency in the way some sick leave hours were transferred.

Harps pharmacy scheduled for August opening
Council approves resolution supporting tax collection through online sales
Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge today hosted the sixth annual Never Forgotten – Arkansas Takes Action event at the Benton Event Center. The daylong event helps raise awareness of issues surrounding missing persons and recognizes Arkansas’s missing children and adults. “Time will never heal the hurt and uncertainty these families feel every hour of every day,” said Attorney General Rutledge. “But it is my mission each year that these families walk away from the Never Forgotten event with a sense of support that their state and members of law enforcement have not and will not ever forget their loved one.” Wayne Ruthven, a consultant with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), provided law enforcement officers with an update on a program being created to coordinate efforts to assist children who become separated from their families as a result of a disaster. The Attorney General’s office and several other Arkansas agencies meet monthly to develop an action plan, coordinated by the Arkansas Department of Human Services, as part of a pilot program. “Under the leadership of the Arkansas Mass Care Coordinator, Edwin Lyons, and the Department of Human Services, NCMEC is supporting a great group of stakeholder representatives from a number of state, federal and local agencies working diligently to develop a children's disaster reunification plan for Arkansas which can also be a model for states nationwide,” said Ruthven.
Attorney General Leslie Rutledge Raises Awareness of Arkansas’s Missing Persons
The Forester Herald
Waldron Nursing Center: Enjoying Summer Celebrations
Informative meeting scheduled for Waldron and Scott County citizens
Stuff the Bus
Local man charged with Murder
Newell pleaded guilty to Manslaughter