The Arkadelphia Police Department has a “strict, zero-tolerance” policy when it comes to distracted driving in school zones, said Police Chief Jason “Shorty” Jackson. “Distracted driving endangers us all,” he told The Arkadelphian, “and I remind everyone that especially around the school zones we have a strict zero-tolerance policy.”
A woman at Ouachita Village Apartments reported someone, likely a neighbor, damaged her Easter Island head lawn ornament.
Dickie was a paramedic and first responder for many years. He was a member of K9 search and rescue team. He truly enjoyed helping people in their time of need. Dickie most recently was a railroad engineer with the Caddo Valley Railroad and was an avid outdoorsman.
Linda Jean Lewis, age 88, of Hot Springs, passed from this life on Sunday, March 27, 2022, at Quapaw Care and Rehabilitation Center in Hot Springs.
According to a fatal crash summary filed by Arkansas State Police, 23-year-old Erin T. Williams was the passenger of a Ford Expedition and “for unknown reasons … fell out [of the vehicle] while in motion.”
Wayne retired from International Paper and Georgia-Pacific in Gurdon after 32 years of service. He was a Baptist. He was an avid hunter and loved the outdoors
Wanda was a member of Third Street Baptist Church. She was a jeweler for 43 years and a member of the Arkadelphia Art Guild.