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Phillips County murder suspect arrested

A Phillips County fugitive wanted on a murder charge is in custody following an overnight operation involving Arkansas State Police Troopers and Special Agents, U.S. Marshals and Lee County Sheriff’s Deputies. David Coley, Jr., 30, of Helena-West Helena, was arrested without incident about 10:45 PM (June 15th). He was located...
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PCCUA has become family tradition for Atkinsons

Jeff and Crystal Atkinson (middle) are pictured with their children, Haley (L) and Jeffery, on the Helena campus of Phillips College, where they have all attended classes. (Marla Riddell photo) Three family members received diplomas during the same ceremony this spring -- a mother and her two children. (L-R) Haley,...
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Helena-West Helena murder suspect found in abandoned bus

LITTLE ROCK (KATV) — A Phillips County fugitive wanted on a murder charge was arrested overnight Tuesday, according to Arkansas State Police. David Coley, Jr., 30, of Helena-West Helena, was taken into custody around 10:45 p.m. Deputies say he was found inside an abandoned bus at 3323 Lee Road, southeast...
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County Extension office offers ServSafe Manager Course

ServSafe has been the industry standard since 1919 in training millions of people how to receive, store, prepare, and serve food safely. Through the Cooperative Extension Service, we offer training and certifications for the ServSafe Food Handler, ServSafe Manager, and ServSafe Instructor & Proctor programs. The Arkansas Department of Health is now requiring each food service facility to have at least one supervisory employee who has Certified Food Manager training.
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Social distanced ceremonies for 2021 grads

Continuing the season of change due to the ongoing pandemic, PCCUA acknowledged its 2021 Phillips County graduates during small socially distant increments as the graduates marched in person Friday, May 14, in the Community Room at the Hendrix Fine Arts Center. Thankful for the opportunity to confer this year’s completers...