Warren native one of 21 newly commissioned State Police Troopers

Warren native one of 21 newly commissioned State Police Troopers

Twenty-one Arkansas State Police Recruits received their trooper commissions Thursday evening during a graduation ceremony in the rotunda of the state capitol, including Ana Escamilla of Warren. The graduates were among an initial field of 227 applicants who were tested and interviewed during 2021. On January 23rd this year, 38 recruits assembled at the state…

AGFC discusses habitat and healthy conservation future at UAM held event

AGFC discusses habitat and healthy conservation future at UAM held event

MONTICELLO, Ark. – Arkansas Game and Fish Commission Director Austin Booth, at last week’s commission meeting, held at the University of Arkansas Monticello, shared some recent highlights of AGFC’s wildlife management, fisheries and education efforts. “AGFC private lands biologists conducted 69 site visits during the last month,” Booth said. “These 69 landowners represented over 44,000…

Warren Aviation Commission discusses need for additional funding for Airport apron resurfacing project

Warren Aviation Commission discusses need for additional funding for Airport apron resurfacing project

Warren, Arkansas – The Warren Aviation Commission will seek additional funding to complete an apron resurfacing project at the Warren Municipal Airport, commissioners decided Thursday, January 27, 2022. In a telephone conference call, Alex Smith of McClelland Engineering of Little Rock explained that $50,000 in additional funding would be sought from the FAA to go…

Warren Civil Service Commission hires two patrolmen

Warren Civil Service Commission hires two patrolmen

In a City of Warren Civil Service Commission meeting conducted Tuesday, November 16, the commission hired two new patrolmen to work within the Warren Police Department. Hired were Jammie Leigh Smith and Terrance L. Vaughn. Both were hired as full-time officers. Neither are certified, which will require their attendance at the Arkansas Law Enforcement Academy.…

Get your deer tested for CWD and win a lifetime of hunting and fishing

Get your deer tested for CWD and win a lifetime of hunting and fishing

LITTLE ROCK — Getting your deer tested for chronic wasting disease not only is free through the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, it might even land you a free hunting and fishing for life. Thanks to a donation from the Arkansas Game and Fish Foundation, every Arkansas resident who has their harvested deer tested for…