The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for Ouachita County until 11:00 p.m. Thursday. Primary threats include: •Scattered large hail likely, with isolated very large hail up to 2.5 inches possible. •Scattered damaging winds of 70 mph. •A possible tornado. A Severe Thunderstorm Watch means conditions are favorable for severe thunderstorms in and close to the watch area.
11 days ago, Charlotte Young
The National Weather Service has issued a Dense Fog Advisory for Ouachita County until 8:00 a.m. Tuesday. A Dense Fog Advisory means visibility will frequently be reduced to less than one-quarter of a mile. Allow extra time when driving, slow down, use headlights, and leave plenty of distance ahead of you.
20 days ago, Charlotte Young
Tuesday, 4/30/24 the railroad crossing at Grinstead, Center and Progress Streets will be closed for maintenance. Please take alternate routes. The railroad has said all work should be completed in 1 day.
21 days ago, Charlotte Young
The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch for Ouachita County until 2:00 a.m. Monday. A Tornado Watch means conditions are favorable for tornadoes and severe thunderstorms in and close to the watch area. If you are in the watch area, be sure to monitor the National Weather Service, your NOAA Weather Radio, or local news for more information on threatening weather conditions and additional severe weather watches or warnings.
22 days ago, Charlotte Young
Lifeguards wanted!
24 days ago, Jen Horn
Lifeguards wanted!
Congressman Bruce Westerman (AR-04) will hold mobile office hours Tuesday, April 23rd from 10AM till 12 Noon at Camden City Hall in the Council Chambers. Staff will be available to assist constituents with casework matters related to passports, Social Security, Veterans Affairs, Internal Revenue Service, and other federal agency related issues.
about 1 month ago, Charlotte Young
Reminder: Cash Road between Cardinal Shopping Center and Mt Holly Rd will be closed for repairs today and tomorrow (Monday & Tuesday) 4/15 & 16.
about 1 month ago, Charlotte Young
Cash Rd closure
Everyone is invited at 6:30PM this evening to a public meeting on the youth curfew.
about 1 month ago, Charlotte Young
Public Meeting
Highway 387 (Cash Road) will be fully closed just south of Highway 376 (Fairview Road) in Camden from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday, April 15 and Tuesday, April 16.
about 1 month ago, Charlotte Young
Cash Rd closure
Free Vaccine Clinic in Carnes Park
about 1 month ago, Charlotte Young
Vaccine Clinic
We have 2 weeks to check and make sure they have your location identified correctly. If you find that your location is wrong, please let me know.
about 2 months ago, Charlotte Young
Help us out!  Check your location and let me know if they have your location labeled wrong.
Join us this Friday Morning at 11AM at the former library lot across from the Ouachita County Courthouse and First Methodist Church for a "Big Check Reveal" from T Mobile.
about 2 months ago, Charlotte Young
Total Eclipse of the Park
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3 months ago, City of Camden
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3 months ago, City of Camden
WE ARE GOING TO HAVE BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL SIGN UPS FOR THE SPORTSPLEX (FAIRVIEW COMPLEX OLD BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OLD OCRC) You can sign up at Camden City Hall , Ken’s Discount , RadioWorks Station Fees are $55 for the first child $45 for the second child in the same immediate family There will be no gate fee this year ALL HOME RECREATION GAMES ARE FREE ADMISSION!! The sign up fee will include a jersey/shirt , Hat , and socks
4 months ago, Charlotte Young
‼️OPENING NIGHT - TONIGHT‼️ 🌟 Treasures In Queen City🌟 Arkansas Roots: Herstory in Art Each Thursday night: January 25 - February 29, 2024 6:00pm-8:00pm Throughout Black History Month in February. Kicking off the New Year with a Cultural Exhibition and Portrait Symposium on Great Women with roots in Arkansas: Paying homage to our ancestors, honoring our predecessors, celebrating our contemporaries and propelling our successors. Let’s Talk about Iconic People and Places; In partnership with the City of Camden, Ouachita County Historical Society and hosted Dr. Adrianne M. Toney, Ph.D. this exhibition will be held at the Leake-Ingham Building 926 Washington St. NW, Camden, AR 71701. On January 25th, the Opening Night of the exhibition we will welcome Janis F. Kearney, Celebrate! Maya Project, President/Founder and Author as Special Guest with a Book Signing to follow as we discuss Dr. Maya Angelou and Herstory in Art. This is a local celebration of cultural and artistic excellence from women with deep southern roots that have made a global impact around the world. Special Guests as follows: • February 1st Sis. Faith Thompson on the Art in The Gospel. • February 8th Ms. Carolyn Williams on Artifacts and Symbolism • February 15th Ms. Hannah Moore on Architectural Jewels in Queen City • February 22nd Mrs. Arnetta Brunson on the Healing Arts with Food and Medicine • February 29th Ms. Krystle Browning on the Art of Investing and Succession The Events are free; RSVP is strongly recommended as seating is limited; Email: ochs2003@sbcglobal.net Phone: (870)836-9243.
4 months ago, Charlotte Young
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4 months ago, City of Camden
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4 months ago, City of Camden
Please use all precautions during this week of extreme cold temperatures.
4 months ago, Charlotte Young
Please take all precautions during this time of extreme cold temperatures.
FYI - from storm during the night, please note: The red light at Topper (Hwy 7 and Fairview Rd) is not working. 4 Way Stop Signs are in place, use caution. Please avoid these areas as trees are down: 1. Progress between Adams Ave and the railroad tracks. 2. Avon between Pierce Street and North St. 3. Cedar Street 4. Cash Rd between California Ave and Believers Church - not completely blocked. Use caution when trying to go around. Our crews are on the way out and will clear as quickly as possible. A couple of these have utility lines in them and we have to wait on Entergy to come remove the lines. We will keep you updated on any changes.
4 months ago, Jen Horn