While admittedly not the most exciting member of the De Queen/Sevier County Chamber of Commerce. CTS Services of Benton — with a location in Lockesburg — provides a service that while seemingly mundane to ordinary folks, is vital and sometimes critical to the business that they service.
Ronny Parrish, age 64, of De Queen, passed away at his home on December 9, 2019.
Patricia Ann Presson White, 90, of Midland, passed away on Friday, December 6, 2019, at her residence where she had lived for 66 years. She was born on March 24, 1929, to the late Gus Lowen and Okla B. Presson in DeQueen, Arkansas.
Marian Frances Peat Hickman, age 82, a resident of De Queen, Arkansas died Wednesday, December 4, 2019, in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Cossatot River High School teachers Reggie Fryar and Sandy Alexander were nominated for the Arvest Bank, “We Love Our Teacher,” contest. These two outstanding teachers won $500 to spend in their classroom! Congratulations!
This week we want to remind you of an important deadline approaching all Arkansans.
LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas has made a strong commitment to making sure that children learn to read at an early age, and the federal government has recognized our efforts with a grant of $38 million to improve literacy.