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Drake Brooks, left, and Preston Bugg, lineman for Southern Electric Corp., set up electrical lines Monday afternoon on a new pole along Arkansas 351 near Sage Meadows, where crews have been re… Read more

Mills Utility Construction worker Omar utilizes an excavator to dig a hole Monday during the installation of AT&T fiber optic cable at the corner of W. Matthews Avenue and S. McClure Stree… Read more

JONESBORO — Centennial Bank reported to Jonesboro police on Monday that a 37-year-old woman had deposited several checks that turned out to be forged. Read more

JONESBORO — A police report that told of a 16-year-old male being shot in the back and his 15-year-old male friend being shot in the wrist by a suspect who then fled the scene Monday night was… Read more

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Gabrielle Clark makes her way through the obstacle course of playground equipment at the Miracle League Park on a sunny Monday afternoon in Jonesboro. Today’s weather is expected to be mostly … Read more

JONESBORO — Final surface paving on I-555 southbound between Southwest Drive and Arkansas 463 (Nettleton Avenue) began Tuesday by the Arkansas Department of Transportation. Read more

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PARAGOULD — Jonesboro rallied for a hard-fought 21-25, 27-25, 24-26, 25-20, 17-15 victory over Greene County Tech to close its 5A-East conference volleyball schedule Monday night. Read more

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Ever heard the phrase “divide and conquer?” It is a tactic used by military leaders and those who desire to conquer others. We see it now being used by those who seek to destroy our Constitution and our nation. Its ugliness is being used to divide us over many issues: mask or not, vaccine or…