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Sixteen Huntsville High School seniors participated in the SkillsUSA National Signing Day event held at the Career and Technical Education Center on May 7.

The Huntsville School District does not qualify for a specific kind of funding that would have made lunches free for the entire district next school year, the Huntsville School Board learned Monday night.

Huntsville Mayor Travis Dotson had a message for the employees of Ducommun during a luncheon on May 8 celebrating the company’s 175 years of continuous operation: “If you’re not familiar with Ducommun, you’re not familiar with Huntsville, Arkansas.”

The Huntsville School Board hired Bryan Law as interim superintendent in a special board meeting that immediately followed its regular monthly board meeting on May 14. 

A Huntsville man was recently found guilty after representing himself in a jury trial in Madison County Circuit Court, fighting a traffic citation he received in June 2023.

The Huntsville Planning Commission approved a new plat for the Highland Park subdivision last week during the panel’s weekly ad hoc meeting. 

By making small improvements, ACT scores are almost to the pre-pandemic numbers, officials at the Huntsville School District announced recently. 

The Highway 23 North bridge on War Eagle Creek, on the south side of Withrow Springs State Park, will be replaced.

Madison County citizens can take advantage of the convenience of obtaining a passport here at home now that the County Clerk’s Office is recognized as a U.S. Passport Acceptance Facility.

The Huntsville School Board voted unanimously to hire a search firm to aid in the search for a new superintendent. At a special board meeting on Monday, the board hired McPherson & Jacobson, LLC, a national firm represented by Dr. Kieth Williams.

The following violations were found at local businesses by the Arkansas Department of Health during the month of April:

Madison County Circuit Court cases resolved in April.

On April 9, St. Paul High School took 16 students, two teachers, and one parent to FCCLA’s state leadership conference and STAR event competitions in Hot Springs. FCCLA is a national Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) for students, in Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) education. 

A proposed bill to provide poultry growers with access to grant money that would help them get reimbursed for chickens depopulated by the State of Arkansas was voted down last week during a meeting of the Special Language Committee of the Arkansas Legislature’s Joint Budget Subcommittee.

Huntsville High School’s SkillsUSA advisor Sherri Plumlee, the high school’s RN, was named state advisor of the year this month at the state convention held in Hot Springs.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints donated 15,000 pounds of food to Open Arms food pantry in Huntsville on Monday.

Students and parents in the Huntsville School District are familiarizing themselves with a new School Resource Officer with the hiring of Michael Henson, who started working with Huntsville Sgt. Chuck Melton on the campuses last week.

Huntsville School District Superintendent Jonathan Warren announced his resignation effective June 30 in an email to staff before the school day began on April 24. He officially tendered his resignation on April 23. 

A Madison County jury returned a guilty verdict last week in the trial of a Witter man accused of rape in 2020.

Huntsville School District Superintendent Jonathan Warren announced his resignation effective June 30 in an email to staff early Wednesday morning.

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