City violates FOIA law during meeting The Camden City Council violated the Freedom of Information Act by evoking an executive session over the salary of a city employee during this month’s city council meeting. by Bradly Gill
Fire on Brooks Street Fire on Brooks Street
Airport Commission approves survey funds The Camden Airport Commission held its regularly scheduled monthly meeting Friday and approved payment for a survey project as well as discussed the way minutes of the meetings would be taken. by Bradly Gill
Extreme heat continues in Ouachita County The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for the area from 1-9 p.m. today. A heat advisory means that a period of hot temperatures is expected. by Bradly Gill
Cold Case Files The Camden News presents today the fourth installment of “Cold Case Files,” a new series that the paper will run - only online - on Thursdays.
Cold Case Files Part 3, 8-15-19 The Camden News presents today the third installment of “Cold Case Files,” a new series that the paper will run - only online - on Thursdays.
Cold Case Files Part 2, 8-8-19 The Camden News presents today the second installment of “Cold Case Files,” a new series that the paper will run online only on Thursdays.
Arkansas woman found after police kill her estranged husband By MARGARET STAFFORD and HEATHER HOLLINGSWORTH Associated Press
AG has settlement with fake hospice charity LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge announced today a settlement agreement with The New Hope Foundation, Inc. The sham charity solicited donations through telemarketing and direct mail pieces using the deceptive name Hospice Support Fund.
Bearden’s Anthony speaks to Kiwanis Bearden School District Head Football Coach and Athletic Director Greg Anthony served as the guest speaker during a recent Kiwanis Club meeting at Catherine’s Bistro. by Patric Flannigan
Way Back Wednesday, 7-31 Way Back Wednesday
Ouachita River funds at standstill Here we go again. Do we maintain the Ouachita River or let it dry up as a navigable natural resource?
Memories of the first day of school Just like that, the summer is over. This week will include the first days of school for many districts in and around Arkansas. The thought of it made me reminisce about how much of a spectacle the first day of school was when I was younger and how my perception of it changed as I aged. by Patric Flannigan