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First responders were called to the scene of a wreck involving a logging truck and a GMC Sierra on Arkansas 133 South Monday afternoon. Officials with the Arkansas State Police said both vehicles were traveling down 133 when the pickup slowed to turn into private drive. The 18-wheeler was tr…

Crossett-area residents showed up at the Wiggins Cabin Saturday for the annual Wiggins Cabin festival, which included — among other things — the Mr. and Miss Wiggins Cabin Pageant, games, pumpkin decorating, a 5K run, the Volunteers of the Crossett Pound dog show and musical performances.

A Crossett man was arrested and faces rape and child pornography charges after the Crossett Police Department received a report that an adult male had possibly solicited pornographic pictures from a 16 year old female.

A member of the Ashley County Quorum Court read a statement of support for the administration of Ashley County Medical Center and called on his fellow justices to avoid being “leaders in negative attitudes” at the Quorum’s meeting Tuesday.

Crossett Middle School administrators said last week they wanted to congratulate the 2018 Duke TIP Talent Search students, who scored in the 95th percentile or above on last year’s ACT Aspire exam. The students will now have the opportunity to take the ACT test as a seventh grader and get a …

Emergency and law enforcement officials responded to the scene of Fred's in North Crossett, where a driver had crashed into the front of the store, shortly before 2 p.m. Wednesday. Ashley County Sheriff Tommy Sturgeon said the driver, who he characterized as elderly, mistakenly applied the a…

After a discussion in which some justices said they do not believe taxpayer money is being well spent at Ashley County Medical Center, two members of the Ashley County Quorum Court voted against extending the lease of the county-owned facility to the foundation that operates it.

Paige Thompson, right, won the title of queen at the 2018 Ashley County Horsemanship Pageant. Other winners included, from left, Princess Brianna Jerry, Sweetheart Braley Moffatt and Teen Miss ACH Taylor Blankenship.