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  • Cranford seeks another term

    Special to the Little River News Little River County Judge Mike Cranford formally announced on Tuesday that he will be seeking a third term as county judge in the 2018 election....

  • 2017: Year In Review

    By Quinton Bagley Little River News What a year it has been in Little River County! As we prepare to enter 2018, we feel it is appropriate to look back at...

  • Mayor request citizens not put leaves in ditches

    Special to the Little River News Ashdown Mayor James Sutton asks that citizens refrain from raking their leaves and other yard debris into the ditches. He also asks that citizens not...

  • Community turns out to honor Davis with retirement reception at courthouse

    By Carolyn Myers Freelance Writer After more than 22 years of public service, Claire Davis left the Little River County Courthouse as an employee for the last time on Friday, Dec....

  • ASB holds December meeting

    By Quinton Bagley Little River News The Ashdown School Board held its monthly December meeting on Monday, December 11, at the Administration Building on Rankin Street. Board President Dorothy Henderson noted...

  • Local city, county police warn of scam

    Special to the Little River News The Ashdown Police Department and Little River County Sheriff’s Department have received multiple complaints regarding scams. Citizens have reported receiving phone calls from someone claiming...

  • Cameras on stoplights help with traffic flow

    By Quinton Bagley Little River News There has been some concern about the new stoplights being put up at the intersection of Locke Street and Constitution Avenue in Ashdown. The concern...

  • Quorum Court holds brief December meeting

    By Quinton Bagley Little River News The Little River County Quorum Court held its monthly meeting at the Little River County Annex Building on Monday, Dec. 11. The meeting was short,...

  • City must complete survey to receive grant

    By Quinton Bagley Little River News The City of Ashdown will be conducting a door-to-door survey in the southeast portion of the city beginning Monday, December 18. The area being surveyed...

  • Foreman holds annual Christmas Parade

    By Quinton Bagley Little River News The streets of Foreman were abuzz Saturday night as residents gathered for the annual Christmas Parade. This year’s theme was “A Disney Christmas.” They were...

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