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Schools across Arkansas County will start classes next week, and residents are joining together to pray for students and employees in local schools. Stuttgart Community Church will host a back-to-school prayer gathering at Stuttgart schools on Thursday, Aug. 11. Pastor Linda Corpier said this tradition started when her son was entering junior high.
Stacker compiled a list of counties with the highest COVID-19 infection rates in Arkansas using data from U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.
The body of an Arkansas district court judge was recovered from a lake over the weekend after venturing off alone during a recreational gathering with friends and family, the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office said Sunday. Arkansas County Northern District Judge Jeremiah T. Bueker, 48, was last seen near Mud Lake,...
The body of an Arkansas judge was pulled from a lake over the weekend after he ventured off alone during a recreational outing with family and disappeared. Jeremiah T. Bueker, 48, the Arkansas County Northern District judge, was spending time with several family members and friends in Jefferson County when he went off on his own, last seen near Mud Lake, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.
Authorities discovered the body of an Arkansas judge at the bottom of a lake after he apparently ventured off alone during a vacation with family and friends over the weekend.
The judge went missing after going for a ride on a recreational vehicle.
Aug. 8 (UPI) -- Authorities in Arkansas suspect a case of drowning after they recovered the body of a state judge from a lake over the weekend. Officials said that Arkansas County District Judge Jeremiah Bueker died and his body was found in the lake in far northeastern Arkansas on Sunday. He was 48.
An Arkansas judge was found dead at the bottom of a lake on Sunday morning following an intensive search that began the previous night. Jeremiah T. Bueker, 48, was recovered by deputies with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, a press release issued by the agency said. The deceased sat as a judge in the Northern District of Arkansas County.
The death of an Arkansas judge whose body was recovered from a lake is being investigated as an accidental drowning, authorities said. Jeremiah T. Bueker, 48, went missing Saturday night and his body was recovered the next morning from Mud Lake in Reydell, about 75 miles southeast of Little Rock, the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office said.
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Longtime Stuttgart attorney and Arkansas County Northern District Judge Jeremiah ‘Jeremy’ T. Bueker dead in presumed drowning accident
The body of Arkansas County Northern District Judge Jeremiah T. Bueker, 48, known as “Jeremy” to the Stuttgart community, was recovered from Mud Lake, in Jefferson County, on Sunday morning. A Stuttgart native, Bueker was a licensed attorney for over 20 years and the owner of Bueker Law...