A Crossett High School graduate celebrates as their name is called during the graduation ceremony on May 19 (VERSHAL HOGAN/News Observer)
Members of the community gathered at the Scott McCormick Sports Complex on May 12 for Hope at Home’s HopeFest 2023, an annual event that raise…
Tracy Pruitt holds a one-eyed fox squirrel that is a “permanent detainee” at Tracy’s South Arkansas Wildlife Rehabilitation because of the ext…
Members of American Legion Post 111, the Post 111 Auxiliary, and their families gathered at the post on May 11 when Southeast Area Commander G…
Workers with Barnhart Crane and Rigging work to stage an industrial kiln that came through the Port of Crossett for transport. The road leg of…
Rodeo week is set to burst out of the chute in the coming days.
The Crossett Police Department is investigating an incident in which a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle on Tuesday.
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Crossett Eagle Will Shaver finished fifth in the Arkansas Decathalon.
Two Crossett athletes competed at the Arkansas track Meet of Champions on May 10, and finished second, third, and fifth in events that pitted them against other state champions.
According to findings from a Kaiser Family Foundation/CNN poll in October 2022, 90 percent of adults think there is a mental health crisis in the United States. That makes investing in mental health care more important than ever.
Employment in Arkansas has increased for seven consecutive months. The latest report from the Arkansas Division of Workforce Services shows the unemployment rate at 2.8 percent. By comparison, the national unemployment rate is 3.4 percent.
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