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Two Bryant police officers involved in accident on Springhill Road

BRYANT, Ark. — Early on the morning of Saturday, September 24, two Bryant officers were involved in an accident on Springhill Road in the Springhill Village area. The officers were in a vehicle together when they reportedly went off the road and struck a tree. A piece of their car also broke off and hit another vehicle.
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Arts, music festival continues Saturday

The second round of arts, music, food and fun kicked off at noon Saturday, Sept. 25, in downtown Arkadelphia. There is plenty to see, do and hear at the Arkadelphia Festival of the Arts, with live music from regional groups and performances from local groups on one of two stages set up. Artists are selling their creations on Artist Row, and nearby a muralist is in the process of creating a mural opposite the one on the Honeycomb building.
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More than 750 mobilize for 51st Tiger Serve Day

ARKADELPHIA — The Ben M. Elrod Center for Family and Community at Ouachita Baptist University held its 51st Tiger Serve Day on Saturday, Sept. 24, with 763 Ouachita students, faculty and staff completing 74 projects at area homes, non-profit organizations and designated trash pickup sites across Arkadelphia. Volunteers represented this semester’s theme, “PurposeTSD.”
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Dispatch Desk: Friday, Dec. 23

The following incidents were gathered from reports filed at the Arkadelphia Police Department and Clark County Sheriff’s Office. Names of arrested individuals were collected at the Clark County Detention Center on Crittenden Street in Arkadelphia. They are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law. The Arkadelphian does not withhold names from the arrest log, so don’t even think about asking.
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Street closure: North Moore Road

North Moore Road, near the intersection of Kreylon Drive, will be closed from 7 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 28, through Wednesday, Oct. 5, for the installation of a water line. Detour signs and barricades will be in place, and motorists are advised to use an alternate route when traveling in this area.
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Bryant student receives unexpected surprise on game day

BRYANT, Ark. — Under the bright lights, the Bryant Hornets are ready for the roars of the crowd— but there was another star on the field tonight, at just nine years old. "Excited and nervous," EmmaRae Caudell said. She's always been a big fan of sports, especially softball,...
BRYANT, AR
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Clark County inmate apprehended after escape

ARKADELPHIA — An inmate escaped from a community service work crew from Clark County Jail on Tuesday, Sep. 20, 2022. Sheriff Jason Watson described the escape as a matter of “opportunity.” At time of writing, he could not release a name, but he stressed that this was a non-violent offender and there was never any danger to the public, and that the inmate was an Arkadelphia native.
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Clark County real estate transactions through Sept. 25

Clark County real estate transactions recorded between Sept. 9-23, 2022, having a value of $100,000 or greater. Information is gathered from public records held by the Clark County Circuit Clerk. The Arkadelphian includes names of grantees, grantors, transaction price and property description available, and does not withhold names. POST UPDATED...
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Poyen man charged in Witherspoon Road pursuit

A Poyen man racked up a list of charges after police say he led them on a pursuit that began in Arkadelphia and ended on a county road across the Ouachita River. According to a probable cause affidavit filed this week, authorities on Aug. 29 noted a “heavily damaged” vehicle, driven by 34-year-old John Lynden Lane Clifton, at 10th and Caddo streets; its windshield was extremely damaged and its back glass was missing. Sgt. Roy Bethell of Group 6 Narcotics attempted a traffic stop at 5th and Caddo, but Clifton continued east on Caddo, prompting Bethell to call for backup.
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(With four videos and 18 photos) Muleriders rally for Great American victory against Henderson State

Southern Arkansas came from behind three times Saturday, finally wearing down Henderson State for a 28-24 Great American Conference victory at Wilkins Stadium. O.B. Jones threw for three touchdown passes and Judd Barton had a fourth -- all to different receivers – as the Muleriders (2-2) lost almost every statistical category to the Reddies (3-1), but won regardless.
MAGNOLIA, AR
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City of Benton hope to open new mountain bike park by 2023

BENTON (KATV) — Arkansas is known to have some of the best mountain bike trails in the country. The city of Benton is working on its own version which will be the city's first ever mountain bike park. Suzanne Grobmyer with the Arkansas Parks and Recreation Foundation told KATV...
BENTON, AR
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Q&A with Farrell Ford, local art legend

As Farrell Ford approaches 90, the Clark County artist responsible for promoting the local art community reflects on her accomplishments of late. A reception honoring Ford and her contributions to the arts will be held Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2022, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at the Arkadelphia Arts Center, 625 Main St.
CLARK COUNTY, AR
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Benton business owner inducted as president of National Pest Management Association

Justin McCauley of McCauley Services of Benton has been named as president of the National Pest Management Association (NPMA). McCauley Services is a family-owned and operated pest management company. McCauley, who has recently served as NPMA vice-president, will now lead the national association for pest management professionals across the country.
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