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Monticello’s VFW recently made donations to both the Monticello and Drew Central School Districts. Drew Central received a $400 donation that went to the cheer program. Monticello’s Art … more
In rural Arkansas, a cooperative experiment is underway by scientists from the University of Arkansas at Monticello (UAM) College of Forestry, Agriculture, and Natural Resources in collaboration with … more
The Arkansas Health Care Association held district beauty pageants for residents of nursing facilities and assisted living facilities. The District 6 event took place Friday, September 29, at New … more
According to the Monticello Police Chief, Carlos Garcia, Miracle Deshazer, 23, of Monticello, was arrested and charged with Theft of Property and Financial Identity Fraud by the Monticello Police … more
The University of Arkansas at Monticello College of Technology-McGehee’s Star Student for the month of September is Mary Raney-Lucas, a sophomore early childhood education student from … more
According to the Monticello Police Chief, Carlos Garcia, on January 23,2023, the police department received a call from Animal Control Officer, Ray Garrison, regarding a dog tied to a tree at the … more
The September meeting of the Monticello City Council opened at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, September 26. The roll was called and all council members were present except for Cedric Leonard. Alderman Craig … more
Twelve students have been selected for the 2023 homecoming court at the University of Arkansas at Monticello: Kinlee Baker, Rylee Brewer, Rayvin Callaway, Allison Chambers, Taylor East, Katelyn … more
* Editors Note: There is some explicit language in this story. It has been edited as much as possible, while still allowing it to impact the story the same way it impacted the hearing. As a staff, we … more
Drew County has a unique educational facility that is at the disposal of students from both the Drew Central School District and students from the Monticello School District. The Monticello … more
Monticello Mayor Jason Akers joined members of the COL David Love Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, to read and present a Proclamation recognizing September 17-23 as Constitution Week in … more
Monticello Public Works crews continue to work to improve storm drainage runoff. One of this weeks projects is in the area of East Jackson and Watts Streets. City Crews located a clogged culvert … more
Pictured from L to R: Front Row: Madison Bitely, Neely Taylor, and Madeline Stanley; Second Row: Queen Riley Derryberry and Honor Maid Amauri Huskey; Third Row: Annika Nichols, Audrey Howard, and … more
The Davis family is pictured with the truck, motorcycle, and car that won Davis Family Picks on Saturday, September 16, at this year’s Hattie’s Hotrods event. There were a lot of … more
Tom White, publisher of the Advance-Monticellonian and the Eagle Democrat has announced he is stepping down as publisher of the newspapers and as president of the parent organization, Drew County … more
The Drew County Quorum Court held a Finance Committee meeting at 5 p.m. on Monday, September 11. This month's meeting was held primarily for the county's elected officials to present their proposed … more
After a long night that consisted of a Finance Committee meeting, and an emergency meeting of the county's Grievance Committee, the Drew County Quorum Court held their regularly stated meeting on … more
Drew County Attorney, Cliff Gibson, contacted Grievance Committee Chairman, Frank Appleberry, to request a special meeting of the Grievance Committee be held on Monday, September 11. The special … more
The American Flag at First Assembly of God Church being flown at half staff to memorialize the 22nd anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, and to honor those who lost their lives in the senseless terror … more
A special section titled “Mature Monticellonian” will be published later this month. This publication will highlight the senior population in Drew County and inform readers of upcoming … more
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