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August 20, 2017
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County will honor veterans

Ouachita Judge Robbie McAdoo has designated September as “Veteran’s and Patriot’s Awareness & Appreciation Month” and is seeking names and information of veterans of Ouachita County to celebrate this event, according to a news release.

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The Hub plans classes to ease poverty

The Hub will offer the anti-poverty class “Getting Ahead in a Just-Getting-By World” in September. This is a plan of action taken after the Hub sponsored a “Bridges Out Of Poverty" seminar in November of 2017.

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C.F.S.D. has new website, food provider

The Camden Fairview Board of Education held its monthly school board meeting on Tuesday, which also marked the first school board meeting of the2017-2018 school year. During Tuesday's meeting, the board recognized an administrator for a recently-presented award, spoke about the district's re-vamped website, and of savings from a switch to a different food provider.

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El Dorado set to debut new MAD arena

Former oil boomtown, El Dorado, Arkansas, is one step closer to debuting its state-of-the-art music, entertainment and restaurant complex with the official announcement of ticket sale dates for the five-day lineup of star-studded performances throughout launch weekend, according to a news release.

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Single car accident

Single-car accident along Arkansas 7 A car ends up in a ditch after a single-car accident along Arkansas 7 on Tuesday afternoon. The car crossed the roadway and flipped onto its side, according to a member of the Camden Police Department. The CPD, the Camden Fire Department and an ambulance were called to the scene. The condition of the driver was unknown at press time.

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CPW director says goodbye to position

After 45 years in public service, Camden Public Works Director Sam Steelman formally announced his resignation through a letter read by Mayor Marie Trisollini at Tuesday’s Camden City Council Meeting. “Dear Mayor Marie Trisollini and City Council Members,

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