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Beebe Nazarene Church is hosting a 2 day Easter Celebration! The whole community is invited to attend.
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Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 7769 Beebe, will be having their Easter Egg hunt on April 19, 2014 at the post.
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The faculty at Beebe Junior High has chosen Tailor Kimbriel as the February Student of the Month.
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By Coach Mark PinkertonBeebe boys finished 2nd at the Sara Low Relays on Friday, April 11. The boys won the Goblin relays in Harrison on March 13. John Diaz has already qualified for the state meet by running a 2:02 in the 800 meter run at the Heber Springs Relays.
Carolyn Sue Essig Holt of McRae, Arkansas, beloved wife, mother, grandmother & friend, left this earth to be with the Lord on April 8, 2014.Born November 1, 1939 in McRae, Arkansas, Sue grew up and lived her whole life in McRae.
Mayor and Council have nothing to do with contracted water work in city, says mayorBY LEE "CAT" McLANEEditor/PublisherFrustrated - that's the bottom line on the way the Mayor says he feels after fielding about 30 phone calls from disgruntled citizens last weekend.
Radio Personality, Bob Robbins , will be the special guest and speaker for the Beebe Chamber of Commerce's Annual Banquet: Celebrating Southern Charm on Thursday, May 22, 2014 in the ASU-Beebe Student Center.Those receiving awards this year are: Citizen of the Year - Clay Goff; Lifetime Service Award - Leroy Goff and Educator of the Year - Kim ... (more)
Walter Lee Hart, 58, of Beebe, died Wednesday, March 19, around 3 a.m. when he was struck by a Union Pacific train according to the White County Sheriff's Office.The investigation into why Hart was in the area of the Martin Luther King Ave. railroad crossing in Kensett is continuing by the White County Sheriff's Office and the Kensett Police ... (more)
On Friday, March 21st, 2014, at 12:22 p.m., the Beebe Police Department received a call from Centennial Bank on U.S. Highway 64 of two suspicious white females that had entered the bank several times inquiring about an account.
Maybe it's a coincidence, and perhaps it doesn't matter, but it's hard not to notice how many leaders in the Arkansas Legislature are in their 30s.
In January, the sewer department made a request for a rate increase following a rate study saying the sewer department's asset fund is being depleted to take care of a USDA loan, to pay for the sewer facility, with nothing left for emergency repairs and upgrades.