Overtime loss to Malvern ends Warren’s 2022 season, Jacks finish 11-2 and Conference 8-4A Champions

Overtime loss to Malvern ends Warren’s 2022 season, Jacks finish 11-2 and Conference 8-4A Champions

Another successful Lumberjack Football season is in the books after Warren exited the 2022 4A Arkansas State Playoffs after a 27-21 overtime loss to Malvern Friday night, November 25 at Jim Hurley, Jr. Stadium in Warren. Facing off against a Malvern Leopard squad that had lost just twice this season, Warren came into the ballgame…

Round one state playoff win sets up Warren rematch vs. Stuttgart

Round one state playoff win sets up Warren rematch vs. Stuttgart

WARREN, Ark. – Battling an on-and-off-again-rain Friday night the Warren Lumberjacks ground out a dogged win against Blytheville in the opening round of the 4A Arkansas State High School Football Playoffs at Jim Hurley, Jr. Stadium in Warren by the final of 41-20. Welcoming the fifth seed Blytheville Chickasaws from the 3-4A in northern Arkansas,…

Lumberjacks crowned 8-4A Conference Champions after defeating Hamburg

Lumberjacks crowned 8-4A Conference Champions after defeating Hamburg

WARREN, Ark. – The Warren Lumberjacks were officially crowned the 2022 8-4A Conference Champions Thursday night, November 3 after defeating the Hamburg Lions by the final of 42-7 at Jim Hurley, Jr. Stadium in Warren, capping a 9-1 regular season record in which the Jacks went undefeated in conference play. The 8-4A Conference title is…

Jacks mercy-rule Cougars to stay undefeated in the 8-4A

Jacks mercy-rule Cougars to stay undefeated in the 8-4A

WARREN, Ark. – The Warren Lumberjacks won their seventh consecutive conference game Friday night, defeating the Central High Cougars of Helena-West Helena by the final of 42-8 at home in the fortress of Jim Hurley, Jr. Stadium on the Warren School District campus. The orange and black came into the ballgame looking to continue their…

BCMC Board reviews fiscal year finances

BCMC Board reviews fiscal year finances

Bradley County Medical Center board members reviewed financial figures as their fiscal year ended Sept. 30, at their monthly meeting Thursday at the Brunson Medical Complex. Board Vice Chairman Joe Don Greenwood presided, with board members present being Lathan Hairston, Earnest Callum and Dr. Joe Wharton. Controller Matt Pace said total hospital visits were down…