Phillips Ready To Take Festival to Next Step

Rison in the Fall Organizer Wants to Expand Entertainment, Add Attractions RISON – Despite having heavy competition for people’s attention this past Saturday, Rison in the Fall organizer Roy Phillips said was satisfied with the turnout anyhow and is already setting his attention on expanding next...

Bank of Rison Reveals Plans for New Building Downtown

RISON – The Bank of Rison has unveiled plans for its new building for downtown Rison and hopes to have clearance from the Arkansas Banking Department to begin construction soon. Troy Duke, president of The Bank of Rison, said the new structure will  consist of about 2,500 square feet and will contain...

Shannon Ingram

Shannon D. Ingram, 66, of the Y Community near Rison, passed away October 18, 2014. She was born April 23, 1948, at Fordyce, a daughter of the late Claude Elbert Lutrell and Ira Mae Brewer Lutrell. Mrs. Ingram was a faithful member of the Rison Church of Christ, where she was a Sunday School teacher and...

‘Cat Defense Shines in 40-0 Win Over Trojans

Rison Overcomes 104 Yards in Penalties for Third Shutout of Season at Parkers Chapel By Stan Sadler PARKERS  CHAPEL – Not only was coach Clay Totty pleased with Rison’s shutout victory over Parkers Chapel last Friday night at Victor Nipper Stadium, but he was also proud of the composure the Wildcats...

Woodlawn Locks Up Playoff Berth With Win at Strong

Jones Rushes For 290 Yards, Scores 4 TDs As Bears Overcome Kicking Miscues STRONG – The Woodlawn Bears will be returning to the state playoffs for the first time since 2009 thanks to a dominating rushing performance in a 42-24 victory over the Strong Bulldogs in an 8-2A conference battle last Friday...

Photo: Woodlawn High School 2014 Homecoming Court

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