Tony Waldrupe (from left) and Yonnie Layton work in the Lawrence County Communications Center. The center, which employs 14 people, is marking National Public Safety Telecommunications Week this wee k.
TD Photo ~ Gretchen Hunt
This week is National Public Safety Telecommunications Week, and Lawrence County's dispatchers are among those being recognized.
Lawrence County Communications Center 911 Director Stephen Jones and Assistant Director Sherri Sparks said they are taking this week to acknowledge the dedication and outstanding efforts of the Lawrence County 911 staff.
Sheriff addresses justices
Lawrence County Sherriff Dan Ellison informed the Quorum Court on Monday night about proposed local legislation to stop the sale and use of a hallucinogen product called K2 in the county.
about stopping sale of K2
Imboden considered Class 4The town of Imboden received notification on March 23 that the town's Public Protection Classification would be considered a Class 4, within city limits, according to the Insurance Services Office, Inc.
Downtown District to be listedThe Walnut Ridge Commercial Historic District was one of 10 Arkansas properties approved for inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places on April 7.
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