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From Your SC Veteran Service Office
Do you know your Burial Benefits? Do you know the Veteran’s wishes? Being prepared is the first step in this difficult process, and here are some helpful facts.



From the Scott County Judge
This week the road department will continue to work on the damage we had in the Blackfork area where we had some major damage from rains.



2014 Carpenter/Campora Memorial Blood Drive to be held July 23
The Waldron Fire Department and Law Enforcement Staff are asking all area residents to come to the Guns 'N Hoses blood drive with Arkansas Blood Institute (ABI).



6-0 Council Decision to Place Sales and Use Tax on upcoming Ballot
With a 6-0 vote from the July Waldron City Council meeting on adopting Ordinance No. 2014-07, local constituents will be able to vote on the acceptance of a Sales and Use Tax for water lines, sewer lines, and streets for a five year term



Road Closure on Highway 250 in Scott County
The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department’s District Four Headquarters at Fort Smith has announced plans for the closure of Highway 250 between Highway 71 Business and Highway 80 in Scott County



Education makes a difference
It is the time of year when the importance of education is much highlighted and it seems a good time to share with you one of the writer’s five year project



The Forester Herald - July 2, 2014
The main part of Forester had no threat of flooding but traffic was sometimes cut off when Carter Creek or Big Cedar went over their banks



Arkansas ‘Farm to You’ exhibit teaches Waldron Elementary children about agriculture and health……
Arkansas school children are learning about how the food they eat gets from the farm to their dinner table and how this food is used for good health.



Scott County’s University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service Collaborates with Waldron Elementary Science Teacher…..
Scott County’s University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service’s “Smart Nutrition Active People” (SNAP-Ed) program is designed to provide nutrition education for Waldron Elementary children and help increase the likelihood of recipients making healthier food choices.



Scott County’s University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service Collaborates with Waldron Elementary Science Teacher…..
Scott County’s University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service’s “Smart Nutrition Active People” (SNAP-Ed) program is designed to provide nutrition education for Waldron Elementary children and help increase the likelihood of recipients making healthier food choices.



Junior Jackpot Market Goat show was a success
The Kountry Kidz 4H club sponsored a junior jackpot market goat show at the Scott county fairgrounds on June 14, 2014



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LOCAL HEADLINES
From Your SC Veteran Service Office
From the Scott County Judge
2014 Carpenter/Campora Memorial Blood Drive to be held July 23
Bulldogs Playing Summer Baseball
Junior Bulldogs Participate in 7-on-7 Camp