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Norman to dedicate Centennial Tree Friday

The City of Norman will dedicate a Centennial Tree Friday, February 23, at 2 p.m. The Centennial Tree is part of a program sponsored by...

LOViT 100 returns February 23

DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY montcnews2@windstream.net Lake Ouachita Vista Trail will push 60 participants from 16 states to the physical Limits as they compete to become the first to...

Quorum Court sets date for jail proposal

DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY montcnews2@windstream.net MOUNT IDA - The Montgomery County Quorum Court will make a crucial decision regarding the construction of a new county jail Thursday, February...

Workshop helps local businesses improve their Google presence

DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY montcnews2@windstream.net MOUNT IDA - The Mount Ida Area Chamber of Commerce and area businesses hosted a workshop designed to help business owners better navigate...

Caddo Hills Beta Club members qualify for national competition

Caddo Hills Senior Beta Club made themselves known during this year’s state Beta Club Convention with 10 students qualify to compete at the National...

Lagrange receives Kevin Payne 2A Player of the Year award

DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY montcnews2@windstream.net MOUNT IDA - Post season honors continue to roll in for members of the Mount Ida Lions football team with Junior Jonathan Lagrange...

Photographer breathes life into forgotten items

DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY montcnews2@windstream.net The Ouachita Artists Gallery hosted a reception Sunday afternoon in honor of their newest featured artist David Kimball and his photography. Kimball is one...

Gray suggests Arkansans can find solutions through conversations

DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY montcnews2@windstream.net MOUNT IDA - Michael John Gray believes that the answers to many of the problems Arkansans are facing today can be found by...

Traildogs work to replace worrisome walkway

DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY montcnews2@windstream.net LOViT - Once again the sound of power tools and grunting volunteers can be heard as The Traildogs work to replace lumber on...

Keeping it between the lines

In an age when school districts strive to provide multimillion dollar “multipurpose facilities” it is nice to step into a gym where they appreciate...