Archive - Apr 2014 - News Article
Former Sheriff Bruce Pennington has decided to drop his bid to regain the office he retired from in the fall of 2013. Citing personal and health reasons, Pennington tells The Saline Courier that after consulting his family and his doctor, he determined to put aside the political race and focus on his health.
April 29, 2014 â€“ The Home Builders Association of Greater Little Rock warns Arkansans of the threat of Fly-By-Night Contractors. Following disasters such as tornadoes, one of the untold costs are those associated with fraud. Often â€śfly-by-nightâ€ť contractors appear in communities right after a disaster and further victimize the homeowners by swindling them out of their limited resources by offering cheap and quick repair work. Hereâ€™s a warning that may save you from another disaster: fly-by-night contractors.
Signs that a contractor could be trying to take advantage of you:
Jerrod Williams, who announced his plans to leave employment with the Bauxite School District on April 25, has been selected as the new superintendent of the Sheridan School District.
Officials of the Sheridan District announced that Williams will begin his duties July 1.
Williams was selected from a pool that included two other finalists, Dr. John Buchanan and Andrew Curry.
District officials utilized a search committee to select the new administrator, who will succeed Dr. Brenda Haynes.
Haynes announced her retirement on Dec. 9, 2013.