The Crossett Baseball League will host a baseball tournament at the Crossett Recreation Complex this weekend to open the season, and there is a chance the new pavilions could be finished.
A group of local residents took it upon themselves to clean up Lucas Pond and it saved the city from having to answer an Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality complaint.
Ashley County Quorum Court has amended its lease of the county-owned hospital facility to Crossett Health Foundation to operate Ashley County Medical Center.
As spring rolls toward Arkansas and growers begin to approach their planting dates, the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture is encouraging growers throughout the state to make use a new program designed to help them identify herbicide-sensitive crops, and adjust their spray…
An arrest has been made in the Christmas Day shooting death in Hamburg.
Construction of phase one of the Crossett City Pool’s improvements toward eventual reopening began last week, and pool committee members said that the pool could be open by summer.
An arrest has been made in the Christmas Day shooting that happened in Hamburg.
The Crossett City Council voted on Monday to rescind last week’s motion to cancel the leaf and limb service provided by the city.
The Crossett School District will be able to carry the load of two mandated wage increases for its employees, but will have to be watchful as it does so.
The Allen Jeter Baseball Tournament hosted by the Crossett Eagle baseball team was briefly interrupted Thursday night after teams were sent home as a safety precaution.
The Ashley County Quorum Court voted Tuesday to amend its lease of the county-owned hospital facility to Crossett Health Foundation to operate Ashley County Medical Center.
For several hours March 6, Crossett made a return trip to the 1990s — no Internet, no cell phone service and most transactions had to be done with cash.
As of midnight Friday, ProMed Ambulance is the emergency medical services provider for Hamburg and the surrounding areas.
Crossett’s city council voted to cancel the leaf service even as one council member requested the decision be tabled.
Hamburg students returned to school Monday after an emergency closure because of excessive flu cases last week, but the superintendent said the schools could possibly close again.
A Freightliner jackknifed after attempting to cross a highway where water was flowing over the road Friday afternoon.
A Wilmot resident was killed in a vehicle collision near the Desha County and Drew County lines Friday.
The Crossett City Council decided to put its proposed leaf ordinance on hold Monday after negative feedback from the public and a possible billing issue dominated conversation about the issue.
The Volunteers of the Crossett Pound raised approximately $7,000 during their first ever banquet fundraiser Saturday, where the attendees were visited by a surprise guest.
Arkansas legislators voted last week to lower taxes for individual filers in the highest tax bracket, and Gov. Asa Hutchinson signed the bill into law Tuesday.
Recycling in Ashley County doesn’t just help the planet. It also helps the community.
The Volunteers of the Crossett Pound will host its first banquet fundraiser Saturday night.
The Crossett City Council has approved a $30,000 project for the Crossett Sports Complex and hopes to have construction completed by late March.
Norman Park is under construction and residents of Hamburg will soon be able to enjoy an upgraded complex with a walking trail and other features.
The Crossett School Board voted Monday to leave its tax millage unchanged for the coming budget year.
The Ashley County Quorum Court voted Tuesday to approve the purchase of two new vehicles for the Ashley County Sheriff’s Department.
Fifty-eight Crossett residents attended a public meeting at the Crossett Economic Development building Monday night to hear from the city council about what the council characterizes as the current dilemma with leaf, limb and trash pickup.
An Ashley County jury has found Brian Russell guilty in the death of Shannon Ridener.
Property reappraisal work is under way in Ashley County.
Local internet service — and changes that are coming to it — were the topic of discussion at Tuesday’s Crossett Area Chamber of Commerce networking breakfast.
The murder trial of a Crossett man that was set for Monday has been pushed back to later in the week.
Robots invaded Crossett Saturday.
Whether giving his time as a member of the Crossett Search and Rescue Unit or helping promote the Crossett Area Chamber of Commerce’s Buddy Bass Tournament, Ronnie King is giving of himself selflessly.
The Hamburg City Council unanimously voted Monday to contract the city’s medical emergency response services with ProMed Ambulance of El Dorado.
The president of the Crossett Parks and Recreation Commission announced Monday that the steps to start construction on the first phase of the city pool renovations are already in motion.
The Crossett City Council will host a public meeting next month to discuss stopping or changing some of the city’s services to be more efficient.
Crossett still has no funding plan for the East Crossett sewer project, a proposal that is estimated to cost approximately $7 million dollars.
A group of people in Ashley County are building an organization that they hope will benefit cancer patients and caregivers of cancer patients in the area.
A 10th Judicial District Court judge declined Tuesday to allow a defendant in a murder case to enter a plea in court.
A high speed chase that began in western Louisiana ended with the arrest of two suspects in Ashley County.
Schools in both Ashley County school districts were forced to evacuate because of smoke incidents last week.
The entrance to the new Crossett High School building can be seen framed by the remaining standing walls of the western side of the former CHS building. Built in the 1950s, the building is in the process of being demolished. Students made the transition to the new school building in December.
The Crossett Area Chamber of Commerce will host its annual banquet next week with World Champion bull rider Chase Outlaw as one of the night’s special guests.
Investigators with the Ashley County Sheriff’s office seized a large amount of methamphetamine and arrested six people Jan. 9.
Starting next school year, Hamburg’s Noble/Albritton Elementary School will return to being two separate schools.
The majority of a divided Hamburg School Board voted Monday to send a four-mill tax increase for district improvements to the voters.
New Fountain Hill Mayor Ulrica Trotter was among the Ashley County officials who gathered at the county courthouse Jan. 1 to take their oaths of office for their terms that started that day.
A jury trial has been set for the man charged in the January 2018 murder of a Crossett woman.
The Southeast Arkansas Economic Development District is working to find funding for a major railroad upgrade project.
Crossett High School’s homecoming queen represented Arkansas at the Liberty Bowl Celebration of Queens in Memphis last month.
The Ashley County Quorum Court postponed hiring a new attorney after a justice of the peace suggested that it was illegal for the Quorum to hire employees.
When Ashley County Judge Jim Hudson presented the Quorum Court with the idea of changing its monthly meeting times, the Quorum would not budge.