Camden Police Department maintains patrols in troubled times A letter from Camden Police Chief Boyd Woody states, “In response to additional guidance received by federal, state, and local public health officials, the Camden Police Department is adapting to challenges caused by the COVID-19 coronavirus. 1 day ago
Police reports, 3-30 • On March 10, a deputy was dispatched to a residence for a theft report. The reporting party had been in the hospital since November of 2019, when he returned he noticed several items missing. 1 day ago
Raytheon, Aerojet Rocketdyne strike $1 billion strategic sourcing deal for Standard Missile programs TUCSON, Ariz.,— Raytheon Company’s (NYSE: RTN) Missile Systems business has reached a $1 billion, five-year strategic agreement to purchase propulsion systems from Aerojet Rocketdyne for Standard Missile products. The deal represents a supply chain centerpiece of multi-year Standard Missiles contracts that Raytheon recently received.
OCMC announces opening of Family Clinic of Ouachita County Ouachita County Medical Center pleased to announce the opening of the Family Clinic of Ouachita County, located at 415 Hospital Drive, Suite 4, Next to OCMC ExpressCare Clinic by BRADLY GILL
Local Resources Artesana Soaps owners Cecilia Davoren and Elizabeth Davoren created and donated soap for City of Camden workers recently. Pictured from left is Camden Public Works Director Kevin Franklin, Cecilia, Camden Mayor Julian Lott and Assistant Mayor Amy Perrin.
Police reports, 3-30 • On March 10, a deputy was dispatched to a residence for a theft report. The reporting party had been in the hospital since November of 2019, when he returned he noticed several items missing.
Monday Moe: How Mondays can make or break a week Here we go again, another Monday. by Patric Flannigan
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Diamond in the Rough “Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is face.” - James Baldwin.
M. Hooks signs with WBU Camden Fairview’s Madison Hooks signed her national letter of intent to attend and join the cheer leading squad at Williams Baptist University in Walnut Ridge. Hooks was joined by her family, friends, coaches and administrators during a signing cer-emony at the CF High School Library. More photos from the event can be found on the Camden News Facebook page. by Patric Flannigan