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Thursday, December 14, 2017
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN UNIVERSITY'S LUMBERJACKS were among many to compete in the lumberjack competitions held Saturday during Timberfest. Lacey Hall, with the Grant County Chamber of Commerce, estimated the crowd at 10,000 to 12,000 and said the nice -- if a little warm -- weather encouraged visitors to come out. Activities spanned from Friday afternoon until late Saturday and included something for everyone from live entertainment to children's rides and a petting zoo to a BBQ cookoff and a car show to arts and crafts, food and business vendors. This was the 34th annual Timberfest festival, which is held annually on the Grant County Courthouse Square. Photo by Justin Manning

Restoration Church Blessing Box: Take what you need, Leave what can
Restoration Church’s, Aimee Henderson (pastor’s wife), and Tab Swaney (Women’s Minster) teamed up along with other church members to bring to life Henderson’s idea of helping those in need with a Blessing Box that offers non-perishable food items at no cost 24/7. The idea is that those in need may take what they need, and those who can give leave what they can. Photo submitted

Restoration Church’s, Aimee Henderson (pastor’s wife), and Tab Swaney (Women’s Minster) teamed up along with other church members to bring to life Henderson’s idea of helping those in need with a Blessing Box that offers non-perishable food items at no cost 24/7. The idea is that those in need may take what they need, and those who can give leave what they can. Photo submitted

Making ends meet can often times be a difficult task. Restoration Church understands that sometimes a person just needs a little helping hand to get them through. In an effort to help those in need the church has now set up a Blessing Box.

What’s a Blessing Box?



Wednesday, October 11, 2017
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QC discusses roads and justice building.

Bids for Phase Two of the Criminal Justice Building could be ready by next month’s Quorum Court Meeting.



Wednesday, October 11, 2017
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MEMS to stay in Grant County

MEMS ambulances will continue to serve Grant County thanks to a landslide victory of the EMS tax voted on Oct. 10 in a special election called for by the Grant County Quorum Court.

While turnout was low, those who did vote tended to vote for the tax with 948 voting for and 61 voting against


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Lightning damage in Prattsville

Last month the Prattsville water department was struck by lightning. The pump was ruined and the aerator had to be repaired. This was discussed at the Prattsville City Council meeting last week.



Wednesday, October 11, 2017
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Ole Smoky water project at a standstill

Tull’s attempt to help the residents of Ole Smoky receive clean water has come to a standstill after the project was not approved for a grant.

This was the topic of conversation as last week’s Tull City Council meeting opened. Mayor Jeff Westbrook showed the council a letter he had received from the Grants Division of the government.



Wednesday, October 11, 2017
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Police to get new weapons
The Sheridan Police Department will get new handguns and rifles in the near future. The Sheridan City Council unanimously approved this purchase at last week’s Sheridan City Council meeting.
Several months ago, Council Member Norman Frisby told his fellow members on the council about the state of the weapons that the police are using. He argued that the aged weapons needed to be replaced. The debate was tabled for a future meeting. At the end of last week’s meeting, Frisby brought the topic back up.


Wednesday, October 11, 2017
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SSD, Lions Club joins forces to provide better vision screenings for students

SHERIDAN, Ark. —  Sheridan School District is partnering with the Sheridan Lions Club to provide more advanced vision screenings for its students in kindergarten through 2nd grade.



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