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<p><strong>Coffee with Congressman</strong>. Congressman Bruce Westerman (right), R-Hot Springs, visited Booneville last week for a “Coffee with your Congressman” event at City Hall and a stop at the Booneville Human Development Center. Speaking with Westerman are (clockwise, from left) Kyle Lippard, Betsy Danielson and Philip Blankenship.</p>

Congressman Visits City

Sep 03, 2015 11:12am

Holding what he called “Coffee with your Congressman,” Bruce Westerman made his first stop in south Logan County since being elected to Congress last November.

After meeting with about 20...

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<p><strong>Still standing</strong>. Completed in 1962, the former Booneville Community Hospital, though unused, will continue to stand until at least early next year.</p>

Old Hospital To Remain Until At Least Next Year

Jul 01, 2015 5:06am

Booneville Mayor Jerry Wilkins said last week he would not classify the former home of Booneville Community Hospital as an eyesore, although as he stated in April, he has a desire to see building...

County Eligible For Public Disaster Assistance

Jul 01, 2015 5:06am

LITTLE ROCK — President Barack Obama on Friday approved a major disaster declaration for the state of Arkansas in response to storms, tornadoes and flooding that occurred in May and early June....

Fireworks Show Set For 3rd

Jul 01, 2015 5:06am

To get the most bang for the city’s buck — literally — and to guarantee acquisition of a certified fireworks shooter, Booneville Mayor Jerry Wilkins moved the annual Booneville fireworks show to...

School Board Filing Period Open Through Noon Tuesday

Jul 01, 2015 5:06am

Prospective school board candidates can file petitions of candidacy now through Tuesday. The filing period opened at noon yesterday (Tuesday) and will close at noon next Tuesday, July 7.

Due...

Man Charged With Indecent Exposure, DWI

Jul 01, 2015 5:06am

A 52-year old man was jailed last Tuesday night for indecent exposure and driving while intoxicated after he excreted outside a Magazine convenience store.

David Lewis, who was transported...

City Getting Interest In Old City Hall Again

Jul 01, 2015 5:06am

The City of Booneville has paid $689 to insure the former and currently unused City Hall building this year.

Three times in November and December of 2012 the city solicited bids for the...

Principal Post Filled

Jul 01, 2015 5:06am

Following an almost 90-minute executive session during a called meeting Thursday, the Booneville accepted several hiring recommendations, including a new administrator at Booneville Elementary...

<p><strong>Fourth Fare</strong></p><p>Rick Scott tapes a price tag in front of one of the selections in the Boys &amp; Girls Club operated firework stand in the National Guard Armory parking lot. The stand opened for business last Tuesday and will remain open daily through the Fourth of July. According to a Booneville ordinance fireworks are prohibited in the downtown at all times but may be otherwise detonated in the city limits only on July Fourth between the the hours of 11 a.m. and 10:30 p.m.</p>

Fireworks Stand

Jul 01, 2015 5:06am

Fourth Fare

Rick Scott tapes a price tag in front of one of the selections in the Boys & Girls Club operated firework stand in the National Guard Armory parking lot. The stand opened for...

<p><strong>Still Flying</strong></p><p>Some state announced an intent to remove Confederate flags from government buildings last week and movements to eliminate the emblem from other state materials was launched in others. Walmart and other retail giants also announced they will no longer stock Confederate flag merchandise last week, all in the wake of an apparently racially-motivated murder of nine people in a church in South Carolina but the desire to rid the country of the symbol has met with backlash. The vehicle pictured above was seen Thursday outside a public building in Booneville.</p>

Still Flying

Jul 01, 2015 5:06am

Still Flying

Some state announced an intent to remove Confederate flags from government buildings last week and movements to eliminate the emblem from other state materials was launched in...

<p>Never Too Old</p><p>R.J. Haynes stopped by the Arctic Fox Shaved Ice stand located on Highway 10 Wednesday afternoon to beat the head with a tiger blood snocone. Haynes, who graduated from Booneville High School in May, said you’re never too old for a snocone.</p>

Never Too Old

Jul 01, 2015 5:06am

Never Too Old

R.J. Haynes stopped by the Arctic Fox Shaved Ice stand located on Highway 10 Wednesday afternoon to beat the head with a tiger blood snocone. Haynes, who graduated from...

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