James Robert Robinson, Jr. 64 of Nashville, passed away in April 2016 in Nashville. He was born on November 7, 1951 in Nashville, to the late James Robert Robinson, Sr. and Patsy Ruth (Roberts) Robinson. He is survived by three brothers, Jackie Robinson and wife, Sonya of Mineral Springs, Donald Robinson and wife, Dana of MineralREAD MORE
Annie Mae Rankin Wisdom, age 89 of Mena, formerly of Nashville, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Friday, April 29, 2016 in Mena. She was born March 5, 1927 in the Roy community in Pike County, Arkansas to the late Henry Homer and Daisy Myrtle Stuart Rankin. She was a retired LPNREAD MORE
According to a press release provided by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Tyler Caldwell of Mount Ida was arrested after officers discovered a variety of drugs at his residence, Sunday, April 24. The report states that MCSO Deputies Chad Davis and Steven Gibbs responded to a call at Caldwell’s residence in Mount Ida. During theREAD MORE
Constance “Connie” Dougan 67 of Nashville, Arkansas passed away on Wednesday, April 27, 2016 in Nashville, Arkansas. She was born on September 16, 1949 the daughter of Harold and Darlene Bray. Survivors include her husband, Dale Dougan of Nashville, a daughter, Courtly Dougan of Nashville; sons, Heath Britt of Nashville, Eric Britt of Hatfield; step-sons, ChristopherREAD MORE
Mary Crosslin | Local Events Columnist There were no emergencies in the Cliff this week for which we are grateful. We are now all turning to getting our yards in good shape. The rains have brought so much moisture until the grass is growing really fast. Mount Zion had regularly worship service on Sunday. Rev.
Jean Ince | County Extension Agent Staff Chair Suddenly you get hunger pangs and decide that a snack would be perfect. Nothing sounds better than some of those wonderful grapes you bought last week on sale. But, when you go to the refrigerator and open the crisper drawer, you are faced with a disgusting, fur-covered
Caddo Hills lost one of their biggest fans this weekend with the passing of Robert Alexander. Alexander passed away Saturday, April 16, after spending several days in the hospital. Known as Mister A by many around Caddo Hills, he spent the last 23 years sitting in the far corner of the Caddo Hills gymnasium keeping