If you have lived through the 70s, you would have heard the song “Hard to say I am sorry” by the lengendary group, “CHICAGO”. I love that song and I would sing along every time I heard it on the radio.
While passing through Waldron last Thursday, Breanna Elliott took time to strike-a-pose in front of a recent mural painting located at historic downtown Waldron. Three murals have been added to the wall over the past year. Come out and check out the talents of local artists. Use #historicmai…
The hometown of Waldron and surrounding communities in Scott, Logan, Sebastian and Polk counties have all helped to build a fuel company from the ground up with their loyalty, patronage and support the past 14 years at a business in Waldron called Alliance Propane & Petro, Inc.
Former Scott County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, John T. Tatum, will appear before a District Court judge on the charges received from a July 16 incident. Tatum was driving on Arkansas State Highway 80 East when he was approached by Arkansas State Trooper Mike Lance at the Dutch Creek Bridge…
The filing date for City of Waldron municipal offices ended at noon on Friday, August 17th. The following is a list of candidates for City of Waldron municipal offices that will be placed on the November ballot: Mayor: William (David) Millard, Lanis Harwell. City Clerk/Treasurer: Sherry John…
Our country’s porous southwest border is a national security liability. It leaves us vulnerable to threats from avowed enemies who seek to harm us at home and is easily exploited by drug smugglers and human traffickers.
Arkansas has a great deal to celebrate this Labor Day. Our unemployment level now stands at 3.7%. The national level is 3.9%. The state’s unemployment rate has been at or below 4% since March of this year.
She knew that she wasn’t supposed to be there, but it wasn’t like anyone was going to recognize her. She had lived alone at first and then ultimately on the street. Huddled in the alleyways behind the markets trying to escape notice, she scratched out an existence. It had been twelve years s…
Waldron Nursing Center Resident continue to enjoy the good weather days sitting in the patio area to visit or eat their lunch. At any given time three or four of the residents can be seen enjoying each others company in the area. Janis Hull, Dorothy Shepard, Gertrude Shelton and Jimmy Mize w…
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Judi Kaye (Brooks) Boman of Waldron, Arkansas went to be with her Lord and Savior, Wednesday, August 15 in Fort Smith, Arkansas.
Beverly D. McCafferty, 62, of Waldron, Arkansas, passed away August 16, at a Fort Smith hospital.
John W. Campbell, 79, of Waldron, Arkansas, passed away July 23, at a Fort Smith hospital.