March 28, 2007 EditionAlso in this issue...
County to crack
down on dumping
Keith Freeman, Lawrence County road foreman, filled a pickup truck with trash that was dumped out on a county road.
"It's just disrespectful and shows disrespect towards your neighbor," said County Judge Alex Latham, referring to the growing problem of trash being dumped out around the county.
Keith Freeman, county road foreman, said, "It's getting to be a big problem all over the county and getting worse all the time." continued...
Spring cleanups set for county, citiesLawrence County will have Class IV dumpsters available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon.
LHS has plan for successLeah Osbahr, Lawrence Health Services president, provided an overview of a methodology for measuring organizational performance and achieving sustainable results during the LHS board meeting Monday evening. continued...
Lynch back on job after case closedThe Arkansas State Police investigators have completed their work on a recent shooting incident near Powhatan, and Lawrence County Deputy Virgil Lynch is back on the job, according to Sheriff Dan Ellison. continued...
WR files complaint
Walnut Ridge Mayor Michelle Rogers filed a formal complaint with the Lawrence County Communications 911 Board on Friday morning during a meeting at the courthouse.
with 911 board
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