The St. Paul Town Council had preliminary discussions about its 2024 budget during its monthly meeting on Nov. 14. The council also discussed an old church property that has been offered to the city.
The following felony cases were resolved in Madison County Circuit Court during the month of November.
A local childcare center hit a major milestone recently when it turned 20 years old.
The family of a Huntsville woman who died in a car wreck in 2022 received her graduation certificate from the Madison County Drug Treatment and Diversion Court in a ceremony held recently at the Madison County Courthouse.
The Huntsville Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade is set for 6 p.m. on Saturday.
A De Queen man accused of killing three family members in 2021 south of Wesley has had his trial postponed until April 22 after it was disclosed that the alleged gun used in the murders was found by a farmer near Conway.
As the result of an agreement with the Madison County Quorum Court to purchase a new roll-off truck, fees have been increased at the Recycling Transfer Station in Huntsville and a station in Kingston closed in order to make the Solid Waste Department profitable. Even though County Judge Larry Garrett said he would like to find a way to re-open the Kingston station, he expects the station to close permanently on Saturday.
The Lady Eagles played the Decatur Lady Bulldogs in the Lincoln Turkey Classic winning 64 to 29.
I guess I’ve just always been sensitive about animals. I remember watching a science fiction movie once when I was a little kid, and somebody’s dog got killed in a battle with aliens. The movie was total trash, but the death of the dog had me in tears. I’m pretty sure I cried all night. My parents were sympathetic at first but after about an hour, told me to settle down, it was “only a movie.”
The Elkins Elks rolled over the Central Arkansas Christian Mustangs, 53-15, in a 4A playoff game at CAC Friday.
The Elkins Elks continued their postseason winning streak Friday night, defeating the Monticello Billies 56-6 in a playoff game.
All four teams played Ozark Mountain School District at Western Grove on Nov. 14. The junior girls kicked the night off with the final score Kingston 24, OMSD 33.
St. Paul Saints varsity basketball player Jacob Brown drives hard for the hoop in a recent game against Two Rivers.
Kingston High School senior Lila Hartness plays basketball with devotion, love and respect for the game. Playing point guard and post for the Kingston Yellowjackets Girls Basketball team, she dribbles and passes like no other on the court. To help gain more skills for her main sport, you can find her running for cross-country and track. In the classroom, she participates in the Future Farmers of America (FFA) and the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA).
Last Tuesday night, Huntsville traveled to Ozark bringing home a 38 to 53 loss.
Members of the varsity Eagles basketball teams saluted the special veterans in their lives Friday night at the Activity Center.
PET OF THE WEEK: Hi there! My name is Don and I’m a 2-year-old cat looking for an indoor home.
The Madison County Quorum Court’s budget committee discussed giving potential raises to county employees at its meeting last week. County Judge Larry Garrett said the county is about $2 million under budget and recommended giving raises with at least some of the extra money.
A De Queen man accused of killing three family members in 2021 south of Wesley is scheduled to stand trial beginning Monday in Madison County Circuit Court in Huntsville.
ARcare Clinic, Huntsville’s newest medical facility, opened its doors to its new facility last week after approximately a year of planning and building. The clinic will add more doctors and specialists to the Huntsville area and to Madison County. The clinic is located at 14558 Highway 412, just east of McDonald’s in Huntsville.