Attorney General’s Special Investigations Division and law enforcement partners arrest five for illegal gambling

Attorney General Tim Griffin announced the arrest five people in Bradley County on charges of illegal gambling, and issued the following statement after the arrests were made: “Agents in …

Bradley County Medical Center releases statement explaining billing statement mistake

Bradley County Medical Center sent out a statement on Monday, July 8 letting the public know that a mistake had been made in regards to the mailing of billing statements. “Statement files …

Dates set for Market on Main

Market on Main will once again happen in Warren on September 21. The even will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will feature different food trucks which will offer a choice of different kinds of …
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City Council honors Cameron as Employee of the Quarter

The Warren City Council gathered for its monthly meeting on Monday, July 9 to discuss various issues. The first item on the agenda was the approval of the minutes for the previous meeting. A motion …

Courthouse square shines bright with patriotic display of American flags

American flags proudly wave on the Bradley County Courthouse square, celebrating our nation’s spirit. Every year, the flags serve as a reminder that our freedom wasn’t free. As Irving …

Hermitage brings on new part-time officer

Mike Thomas was officially hired and sworn in as the newest part-time police officer for the town of Hermitage on Monday, July 1, 2024. His first day on the job will be Tuesday, July 2. …

Harris recognized as BCMC employee of the month

Congratulations to Jane Harris for winning the BCMC June Employee of the Month Award. Jane's nomination said she is one of the many reasons why Bradley County Medical Center is an awesome place to …

Volunteers sadly see the end of weekly food distribution

It’s been five years since volunteers first came together to distribute food essentials to community members in need. While Barbara Dawkins and other volunteers had hoped that the weekly event …

Jordan commits to Razorbacks

Lumberjack wide receiver, Antonio Jordan has committed to playing for the Arkansas Razorbacks. He and Sam Pittman have a close bond and the Razorbacks started recruiting him as a freshman. Even …

Sustaining tradition on the generational farm

Farming is a time-honored tradition that stays with some families generation after generation. The word farming doesn’t necessarily mean putting a seed in the ground and waiting for something …

Softball team knocks it out of the park

Warren Black 8U Softball was undefeated during the regular season. They played 11 games and won every single game. The girls played in the Best of the Best tournament in Dumas, Ark. and came home …
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Obituaries
Erma Lee Foster, 72
Erma Lee Foster, 72, of Warren died July 12. Born July 13, 1951 to the late Fred Maness and LaVerne Dawkins Holloway. Survivors: grandson; Anthony Gallegos (Autumn); daughters, Angela Usry Davis …
James Ray Weeks, 77 
James Ray Weeks, age 77, of New Edinburg died July 5. Born August 17, 1946 to the late Margaret and Grady Weeks. Survivors: sisters, Betty and Patsy; sons, Jamie Weeks, Mark (Kristin) Weeks, and …
Edward McMillan, 61
Edward McMillan, New Edinburg, AR, passed away July 4, 2024. He was born on September 18, 1962. He is survived by his wife Paige Whitten McMillan; children, Michael McMillan, Maurice Spears, …
Daise Gardener, 92
Daise Gardener born August 2, 1931. Daisy departed this life June 23, 2024. She leaves to cherish her memory sister, Stella Colon; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins; dear or close friends. …
Dixianna Clayton, 90
Dixianna Clayton died June 28. Born April 17, 1934 to Louis and Mable Joyner. Survivors: children, Michael Clayton, Joyce Hammons; grandchildren, Jeremy, Kelly, Phillip, Sarah, Rachel; …