A presentation of the Water System Master Plan update was discussed by the Union County Water Conservation Board meeting on Wednesday. The board decided that the presentation of the long-term plan will take place at ...
Kiwanis Club member Jimmy Carelock, left, congratulates El Dorado Police Officer Anthony Bernard Ross, who was honored as Officer of the Month.
A giant wall adorned with more than 100 photos of children currently eligible for adoption or foster care was front and center at Monday night's Arkansas Heart Gallery reception.
A 17-year-old male has been charged with first-degree murder in connection with a shooting death that occurred on Jan. 6.
The South Arkansas Community College Testing Center has met all requirements to be recognized as a National College Testing Association certified testing center, said Dr. Jim Bullock, vice president for student services at SouthArk.
The wheels of justice grind slowly, but they do grind. On Tuesday, the first two of eight defendants in a criminal case were sentenced for stealing public funds and aggravated identity theft.
Keep El Dorado Beautiful reached out Thursday to city officials for help in getting more citizens involved with efforts to keep the city clean, and the two groups exchanged ideas on how to accomplish that goal. The groups met just prior to the El Dorado City Council’s regular meeting.
Mary Lou Henley, 80, of Spearsville, La., formerly of Norphlet, passed away on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016 in Farmerville, La.
Kev Moyé News-Times Staff From the opening tip, it was obvious that the El Dorado Wildcats did not want history to repeat itself.
In today’s world, it tends to be easier to look at members of the law enforcement community and see only the authority they possess. We seem to forget that these brave men and women are just everyday people like us with their only intent being to keep us safe.
Some people are fortunate enough to have lives that are a front-seat to history. Respected University of Arkansas law professor Albert Witte was one such man.