Celebrate Library Card Sign-up Month at the Warren Branch Library

Celebrate Library Card Sign-up Month at the Warren Branch Library

September is Library Card Sign-up Month, a time when Warren Branch Library joins the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries nationwide to remind parents, caregivers and students that signing up for a library card is the first step on the path to academic achievement and lifelong learning. There is nothing more empowering than signing up…

SEA Human Development Center management speaks to BCEDC about employee shortages, new construction projects, and free training offered

SEA Human Development Center management speaks to BCEDC about employee shortages, new construction projects, and free training offered

The operations of one of Bradley County’s largest employers were explained to Bradley County Economic Development Corp. board members Monday night. Southeast Arkansas Human Development Center Superintendent Mark Wargo and Assistant Superintendent Dana Harvey appeared before the board. Wargo said the biggest challenge they faced was in getting enough employees who could pass a drug…

Coach Bo Hembree speaks to Warren Rotary ahead of the 2021 Lumberjack Football season

Coach Bo Hembree speaks to Warren Rotary ahead of the 2021 Lumberjack Football season

Warren Head Football Coach Bo Hembree was the speaker for the Warren Rotary Club Tuesday, August 24. The Club meets in the fellowship hall of the First United Methodist Church, located on Church Street in Warren. Coach Hembree was the guest of Rotarian Bob Milton. Coach Hembree has spoken to the Rotary Club preceding the…

Make Warren Shine awarded Shelter Insurance contest grant

Make Warren Shine awarded Shelter Insurance contest grant

Local civic volunteer group Make Warren Shine has been awarded a Shelter Insurance contest award for their video submission titled “Thankful for Our Community.” Make Warren Shine’s video submission was awarded one of the five awards given out by Shelter Insurance in the voting competition which ended earlier this month. The first place winner was…

Bradley County first Arkansas county to report over 50 percent of eligible population vaccinated

Bradley County first Arkansas county to report over 50 percent of eligible population vaccinated

Tuesday, August 17, 2021 Bradley County became the first county in Arkansas to report over 50 percent of the eligible population fully vaccinated. 50.1 percent of eligible citizens in Bradley County are now fully vaccinated according to the Arkansas Department of Health COVID-19 statistical website. The site reports that 12.6 percent of Bradley County’s population…