October 24, 2007 EditionAlso in this issue...
Lewis Slaughter (second, from left), chairman of the Rails to Trails Board, signs a contract with Precision Grading of Paragould as Paul Hoelscher of Stuck Associates (from left), Gunner Bradford of Precision Grading and Lawrence County Judge Alex Latham look on.
TD Photo ~ Amber Adams
Festival is Saturday
On Saturday, downtown Walnut Ridge will once again be transformed into the annual Iron Mountain Festival.
Audit of services
Bill Maxwell, president of the governing board of Lawrence Health Services, informed the board at Monday's regular meeting that the annual audit of the system's services was complete. Susan Miller, representing Baird, Kurtz and Dobson, offered the report. She stated that the auditing company received management and employee cooperation.
complete at LHS
Bryce Baldridge is
The Lawrence County Extension Service has a new 4-H/agriculture agent, according to Martha May, staff chair.
new county agent
Wal-Mart in Walnut Ridge is one of many around the nation that is taking steps to achieve sustainability. Corporate executives believe revolutionary change is needed to ensure that future generations can enjoy the same quality of life that is enjoyed today. This cleaner, more efficient way is called sustainability.
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