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HOT SPRINGS ARTIST VISITS L.F. HENDERSON

 

Students at L.F. Henderson Intermediate School got their hands into learning with Barbara Cade during the first week of February.  Ms. Cade was sponsored through the Texarkana Regional Arts and Humanities Council.  She is a Hot Springs artist that likes to connect her love for nature with classroom studies.

 

 


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VALENTINE BANQUET

 

First Christian Church in De Queen will host a free Valentine's event on Sunday, February 14th.

 

The Melton Family Singers will begin the program at 4:30 pm.  A love offering will be taken.  A potluck meal will follow.  Everyone welcome.

 

DISTRICT FBLA AWARD WINNERS

Several Ashdown High School students placed in FBLA District IV Competitive events at UACCH and qualified for State Competition in Little Rock in April.

Alex Simmons 1st place, Intro to Financial Math;Isaac Thomas, 1st place, Public Speaking I; Gregory Shumake, Peyton Reed, Casey Thompson, 2nd place, Entre-preneurship;Trey Northcross, Jammie Cush, Chris Oglesby, 3rd place Emerging Business Issues
Isaac Cross, 3rd place, Business Law
Kai Donato, 5th place, FBLA Principles and Procedures

Isaac Thomas was elected Vice President of FBLA Dist IV for the 2016-2017 School year.

 

 


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2016 SUPERBOWL SQUARE CHAMP!

 

 

Melondy Whitlow of Foreman is this year's 2016 Superbowl Squares Champion.

 

The Denver Broncos score of 24 to Carolina Panthers 10, meant that  the AFC "4" and NFC "0" square belong to Melondy was the winning square scoring her the $1,000 prize!

 

 

 

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De Queen/Sevier County Chamber of Commerce Member Spotlight
Archived spotlights

 

ASHDOWN ALL REGION BAND

 


Students are (l-r) Amee Parker, Mandi Duncan, Christie Sain, Casie Greeson, Isaac Cross, Melissa Stanton, Jacob Register, Jacob Purifoy, Tyler Young, Cody Tilley, T.J. Gist, Madeline Chandler, Ethan Sullivan, Reagan Teston, Hunter Billingsley, and Faleissia Gibson.  Not picture are Kyle Kidd and Bradley Isenburg.  

Chandler, Gibson, Young, Tilley, Purifoy, Teston, Stanton, Billingsley, Cross, Register and Sullivan also qualified to try out for All State!

 

Congratulations to members of the Ashdown High School Band on being selection for Region II All Region Band.  Students were selected January 9th based on their tryouts on prepared music, selected scales and sight reading music.  

 

DE QUEEN STUDENT RECEIVES SCHOLARSHIP

Southern Arkansas University has awarded the Blue & Gold Scholarship valued at $26,400. to De Queen senior Maeci May.

Maeci is the daughter of Keith and Kara May.  She has been a member of the DHS cheer squad for 5 years, Vice-President of Interact and a member of Future Teachers of America.

Maeci plans to major in psychology and athletic training.

De Queen Middle School
Good Citizens for January

Zara Saldivar, Irvin Trejo, Ezra Denson and Ben Morphew

DE QUEEN SR. RECEIVES SCHOLARSHIP

 

 

De Queen senior Janine Williams has been awarded the University Award at Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia.  The scholarship is awarded for 8 consecutive fall and spring semesters with a value of $36,000.

Janine is a member of FFA, FTA and NHS.  She is the daughter of Ray and Michele Williams. She will begin the Pre-Veterinarian program in the fall.

  

 DE QUEEN SENIOR

De Queen senior Esmeralda Verdin has been awarded one of the highest academic recognitions made to freshmen by Lyon College. The four year value of this scholarship is $100,160.00
Esmeralda is the daughter of Florencio and Maria Verdin. She is the secretary of student council, member of the National Honor Society and quiz bowl. Her program of study is pre-law.

 

 

QUIZ BOWL

 

(seated) Reed Renfro, Miguel Montero, Jesse Power, Noah Reed, and Sinai Trejo.  Middle row- Carter Rivas, Valentin Sanchez, Jace Kramer, Angela Vertiz, Antonette Worthey, and Julie Gomez.  Back row- Belen Hernandez, Willie White, David Ortiz, and Ruby Peppers.  Not pictured- Hannah Norman.

 

Fourteen teams participated in the De Queen-Mena Education Coop and the Southwest Arkansas Education Coop’s Quiz Bowl.  De Queen Junior High was the runner-up to Caddo Hills.  DJH’s team captain is Jesse Power.

 

ASHDOWN HIGH SCHOOL

 

 

Maddie McAllister, Ashdown High School 10th Grade Student placed 6th in class at National Western Stock Show in Denver, Colorado in January with her sheep, Clyde.  Maddie has been showing animals since 6th grade.  She is currently Vice-President of the Ashdown High School FFA.  She is passionate about showing animals and all of her FFA responsibilities and would love to help younger kids get involved.

 

 

 

 

    

 

 

  

ASHDOWN JR HIGH

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Todd Warren, KTAL Channel 6 Meteorologist Visits Ashdown Junior High School 6th Graders to talk about the weather and play some interactive games.


His visit was sponsored by "Learning for Life". Learning for Life is a program of the Boy Scouts of America. The program is designed to provide interactive career exploring and character education curriculum.

COSSATOT RIVER STATE PARK WINTER ACTIVITIES

Park Interpreters Shelley Flannery and Tori Carson visited #1 Country Studios to talk about the winter activities they have planned for Cossatot River State Park.  Click here for full calendar

 

HORATIO ELEMENTARY

 

4th- Exceeded Expectations in Math & Literacy
Joanna Resendiz &  Zoie Cleghorn

 

 

Horatio students in grades 4th-6th grades were recognized for meeting or exceeding the PARCC expectations for the 2014/2015 school year.

 

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ASHDOWN BOYS WIN TOURNAMENT

 

 

Bottom: Left to right; Jimmie Dunn,Lamar Wilkerson,Kemon Nutt,Shontori Montue,John Smith. Top: left to right; Warren Smith,David Dennis, Kavarciay Rhone, Mark Covington, Delrae Smith, Kaiden Hunter.  

 

 

These Ashdown students took 1st place in the 2015 Dierks Tournament Championship. They were coached by Phillip Turner.

 
UA COSSATOT DONATES TO FOOD BANKS

UA Cossatot employees pictured with over 800 items of food donated to local food banks.  Employees chose to donate items to a food bank or charity and divided it between the communities UA Cossatot serves- Sevier, Howard, and Little River as part of the holiday season festivities.  Pictured are Mike Kinkade, Crystal Sims, Loren Hinton, Dawn Humphry, Linda Young, Brandi Woods, Sheila McCandless, Toyia Witherspoon, Justin White, Tommi Cobb, and Dustin Roberts. 

RELAY FOR LIFE FUND RAISER

Twin Powers team is selling these styles of t-shirts as a fund raiser for Relay for Life.   Text or call Brenda 870-584-7936.

 

Fight like Girl long or Short Sleeves  $15 

"I Do  Not LIke..."  $20 short or long sleeves...All sizes
"Headlights"  short sleeve $15 long sleeve  $16...gray only

 

 Jasmine Jackson

&

Zachary Johnson

 

 

Russ and Darla Johnson (previously of De Queen) are proud to announce the upcoming marriage of their son Zachary to Jasmine Jackson.

 

Jasmine is the daughter of Mike and Becky Jackson of Acorn. She is the granddaughter of David and Maureen Dutton of Mena and Mike and Debbie Jackson of Acorn. She is a 2014 graduate of Acorn High School and is currently a student in the Physical Therapy program at the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith.

 

Zachary is a 2013 graduate of Wickes High School. He is a junior Education major at Arkansas Tech. Zachary is the grandson of R.H. and Joyce Pinkerton of Umpire and Pat Johnson of Sheridan.

 

The wedding will take place at Queen Wilhelmina Lodge near Mena on December 31, 2015 @ 3:00 pm. Friends of the couple and families are invited to attend. 

 

DAZZLING PERFORMANCE BY RAZZLE DAZZLE

 

 

De Queen Elementary's Razzle Dazzle group stopped by Number One Country studios Tuesday morning to kick off their city tour.  The group performed several Christmas songs live for the radio audience before continuing their tour to several businesses in De Queen.   The children must try out before they are selected to be a part of the group  The group is under the direction of Anissa Manasco.

 

ASHDOWN STUDENTS VISIT NURSING HOME 

Fifth Grade students from L.F. Henderson Intermediate School (Ashdown) sang Christmas carols and popular songs to the residents at Pleasant Manor Nursing Home on Wednesday, December 9th.  After singing, the students passed out handmade Christmas cards to the residents and wished them a Merry Christmas.

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VILLEDA RECEIVES ROTARY CUP

 


Rotarian Jay Bunyard and Daniel Vileda

 

Daniel Villeda is the 79th recipient of the prestigious Rotary Cup that’s presented annually to the top performing football player at De Queen High School. Besides performance on the field, the award is also based on leadership, academics, and representation of De Queen Schools in other sports and activities.

 

 

ALL REGION CLINIC

(l to r): Jeb Parker, Bradee McKean, Kiari Robinson, Kaylee Silva, Noah Pounds, Cody Barton, Leilana Warren, Reba Mahaffey, Xavier Daniels, and Allyson Deloney.  Not picture:  Leah Lovell, T'Nia Washington, Savannah Ceynar, and Nathan Boley

Ashdown Junior High and Ashdown High School (9th Graders) participated in the Junior High All Region Clinic at Lake Hamilton High School.  Students were selected based on prepared music, sight-reading, and scales.

 

EXXON GRANT PRESENTED TO DE QUEEN HIGH SCHOOL

 


Angela Stewart, Cindy Becerra, Bryan Blackwood, Thomas Sweeten

 

De Queen High School was presented with a $500.00 check for their math and science program.  Exxon Tiger Mart manager Cindy Becerra gave the check to high school Principal Bryan Blackwood.  Also pictured are biology teacher Thomas Sweeten and Angela Stewart from Tiger Mart.  Exxon Tiger Mart of De Queen applied for the 2015 Educational Alliance grant.  Exxon Mobil has a long history of supporting education in De Queen.

 

DE QUEEN MIDDLE SCHOOL CHOIR   

 

De Queen Middle School’s Choir performed a musical program for their parents and classmates on December on December3.  Mrs. Stefani Jones is the choir director.

 

MISS ARKANSAS VISITS DE QUEEN

 


Miss Arkansas is pictured with student council president Prince Beasley and Danielle Dugan.

Miss Arkansas, Loren Mc Daniel, was a guest speaker at De Queen Public Schools on December 9.  She spoke to students about her platform Confidently You.   She is a 22 year old student at the University of Arkansas and resides in Van Buren.  Loren attended school in De Queen during the primary grades.  Her mother worked for De Queen Primary School before her husband was transferred to another poultry branch.

 

Loren McDaniel with Tuffy Neely and Bryan Blackwood from De Queen High School. 

MOTORCYCLE MINISTRY STARTING IN DE QUEEN


Newman Hance and Carla Wolcott

Newman Hance is the new minister of the Beacon Hill Bikers Motorcycle Ministry.  The group meets at the Party Barn on Hwy 41 South of De Queen twice monthly.  Hanace said there is a difference between a biker club and a motorcycle ministry.

Carla Wolcott said the group will hold bake sales on Friday and Sunday this weekend (12/11 & 13) in front of Pruitt’s Food to help support the ministry

For more information about the Beacon Hill Biker Motorcycle Ministry, contact Hance at 682-970-0378 or Wolcott at 784-1899. 

ASHDOWN STUDENT SIGNS LETTER OF INTENT

Pictured are Coach Chuck Cross, Tammy Reed and Briar Reed


Ashdown High School Senior, Briar Reed signed a letter of intent to play baseball with the University of Arkansas, Monticello.

Briar is a three year varsity starter for the Ashdown High School baseball team.  Briar has played baseball since age 3 and played basketball from age 5-14, including playing at Ashdown Junior High.  He also played football at AJHS.

Briar is also involved with Ashdown  FFA.

 

"GET REAL-HERE'S THE DEAL"

On November 18th, Foreman students in Mrs. Abbye Turner’s classes participated in a program called “Get Real-Here's the Deal”.  This program was sponsored by the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture Research & Extension office in Ashdown.  Celeste Scarborough & Angie Lewis presented each student with real life scenarios. Students were given a family situation, income, and a check book.  They then had to circulate around the classroom and purchase housing, transportation, child care, utilities, groceries, etc.  Students had to learn how to write checks, register them, and maintain a positive balance. Each station was maintained by volunteers from the community.

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TOURISM BLOGGER VISITS WITH BREW CREW

 


Mike "Iron Ginger" Barnett, Jay Lindly, Kim Williams, Jim Pinson

 

Kim Williams, Tourism Blogger for Arkansas Parks and Tourism Department, visited with the Brew Crew on Thursday (12/3).  Kim is a regular feature with her live call-in every Tuesday at 8 am on Number One Country 92.1.  She keeps everyone updated on  events and happenings around the state that might interest tourists as well as local residents.

 

SHEAR MADNESS

 

Pictured are: Toyia Witherspoon, UA Cossatot Cosmetology High School Instructor, Sandra Griffin, UA Cossatot Cosmetology Program Director,  students: Kacy McGough, Breanna Bohan, Nicole Crocker, Madison Conner (second place winner), Alexandria Cardens, and Summer Markham, UA Cossatot Cosmetology Curriculum Coordinator. 

 

Cosmetology students from across the region competed for recognition in the Sheer Madness competition held recently at Texarkana College.

  Students compete using different design elements and unique materials including human hair to create extraordinary presentations on models and mannequins. 

UA Cossatot Cosmetology students placed second in the high school division (students were from Nashville High School) and first place in the mannequin division.  

Over 35 participants entered the categories for the sixth annual event. 

 

"YOUNG DEMOCRATS"

 

 

De Queen High school "Young Democrats" members Miguel Luna, Nereyda San Juan, and Delfino Benitez deliver food to De Queen Primary's principal Mrs. Hill in order to stock the Primary's food pantry.  The members of the Young Democrats held several bake sales in order to buy food for the pantry.  Mrs. Hill explained to them how the school no longer receives food donations from the Rice Depot.  The food donated will be used to fill backpacks of children who will not have much to eat at home during the weekends.  Mrs. Hill was very excited and appreciative to receive the donated food items and was so happy to see our young people helping others.  The Young Democrats plan to continue to have fundraisers so they can donate food items all year long.

 

WICKES ELEMENTARY WINS POLK COUNTY QUIZ BOWL

left to right: Laura Flores, Baylee Davis, Pate Taylor and Trayton Johnson.

 

 The Wickes Elementary Quiz Bowl team competed on November 6th in the Polk County Elementary Quiz Bowl held in Mena.  They won against four teams from Mena and Acorn as well as the Vandervoort campus.   Five consecutive games without a loss earned them a chance to play in the Dequeen Mena Educational Cooperative Quiz Bowl in January. They are coached by Mr. Jim Meeks.

 

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Left to Right Vice President Angel Hernandez, Advisor Carrie Rivas, Advisor Betty Stone, Historian Jacob Glasgow, Sittitng Left to Right Treasurer Nallely Lopez, Secretary Italia Bustamante, and President Krishna Patel.

 

The seventy-three members of the De Queen Chapter of the National Honor Society collected 92 boxes to donate to Operation Christmas Child. Standing

 
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CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING

Fire Chief Dennis Pruett  

Fire Chief Dennis Pruett stopped by the KDQN studios to remind residents of the dangers of Carbon Monoxide poisoning. De Queen residents who need a Carbon Monoxide or smoke detector installed in their home can contact the De Queen Fire Department and they will do it for you.

 

911 ADDRESS NUMBERS

Judge Greg Ray, Fire Chief Dennis Pruett & Sevier County OEM Walter Smith

Sevier County Officials are asking that all De Queen Residents put their 911 address numbers on their houses and mailboxes. The numbers need to be at least 3 inches so that they are clearly visible from the road. This helps emergency personnel to find your home during an emergency.

 

CASA SEEKING VOLUNTEER ADVOCATES

Cynthia Martin of the CASA of the Ouachita Region announced there is a need for more CASA volunteers.

For more information, call Martin at 479-243-9277

 

 

NEW NAME; SAME FACES

Southwest Arkansas Crisis and Resource Center, formerly Southwest Arkansas Domestic Violence Center, is still open for business providing a sympathetic ear, guidance, and shelter for victims of abuse. 
The hotline number that is good 24/7 is (870) 584-3441.

 

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COSSATOT RIVER STATE PARK
NATURAL AREA

Davy Ashcraft- Cossatot River State Park Officer

Check out the State Park's Activities at:

 http://www.arkansasstateparks.com/cossatotriver/ 

 

LOCAL FOOD BANKS NEED YOUR HELP

CHALICE CUPBOARD

Grant Groves

The Chalice Cupboard in De Queen is open Tuesday & Wednesday from 2 until 4 pm at 315 North 5th Street for distribution of food to individuals in emergency situations.

If you would like to donate your money or time, contact Grant Groves at 642-3420.

 

In Little River County donations may be dropped off at the Department of Human Services office, 90 Waddell Street, Ashdown, AR., M-F, 8am-4:30pm.

 For more information call 870-898-5155.

 
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CURRENT AND APPROACHING HUNTING SEASONS FOR ARKANSAS ARE NOW POSTED IN THE (TROPHY ROOM)!

Attention Sportsmen!!! The Southwest Arkansas Daily will post pictures of your trophy on our web-site.  All you have to do is e-mail your picture to numberonecountry@yahoo.com

RESERVOIR, LOCK & DAM, AND LAKE POOL STAGES--NTL WTHR SERVICE SHREVEPORT

Location   updated 7:00 am 01/19/16

Normal Pool 7 am Level 24 Hr Change Discharge
CFS
Broken Bow Dam 599.5 613.36 -0.95 7850
De Queen Lake 437.0 461.33 -1.05 M
Gillham Lake 502.0 513.77 -2.63 M
Dierks Lake 526.0 545.82 -0.47 M
Millwood Lake 259.2 1.317.8 -0.41 M
Lake Wright Patman 220.6 253.51 -0.51 2722
Lake Bistineau 141.0

141.72

-0.03  
Lake Fork Dam 403.00 402.52 0.00  
Toledo Bend 172.00

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