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All three issues approved in Ashley County elections
Ashley County voters showed their support for Ashley County Medical Center, and voters in Crossett approved a renewal of a sales tax for the economic development foundation while Crossett School District voters approved a bond issue which includes construction of a new high school.
Feb 9, 2016, 21:46

Low turnout for meeting on CHS election
Crossett School District Superintendent Gary Williams gestures as he addresses an audience of about 40 during a Jan. 21 public hearing on a proposed bond issue to construct a new Crossett High School building. The bond issue is for $32,365,000. (Tom White/News Observer)
The audience was small for a Jan. 21 public meeting on the proposed four-mill tax levy increase for the Crossett School District.

Jan 28, 2016, 14:36

Remodeling work continues at armory building
Crossett Police Department Assistant Chief Jerry Bortell examines the area of the departmentís new building that is being remodeled to serve as a courtroom. Court clerk office space and a booking room have also been created by remodeling the bay area of the building. (Tom White/News Observer)
Work is ongoing to remodel the former National Guard armory building to serve as the new home of the Crossett Police Department.

Jan 28, 2016, 14:43

Guilty plea entered in bank embezzlement case
A former First National Bank of Crossett employee has entered a guilty plea in a federal embezzlement case.
Jan 28, 2016, 14:42

Early voting set for Feb. 9 elections
Early voting for the upcoming Feb. 9 special elections will begin Feb. 2, according to Ashley County election coordinator Wanda Rush.
Jan 21, 2016, 15:33


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