Do you read the Bradley County Eagle ...

Do you read the Bradley County Eagle Democrat?

Created by MTaylor on Oct 8, 2007

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Karen

Grapevine, AR

#1 Nov 1, 2007
I usually read some articles in the Eagle Democrat every week. I have to say though this website has more information as far as local news for Warren then the Eagle Democrat. I wonder why that is??

Since: Sep 07

Warren, Arkansas

#2 Nov 6, 2007
Different editors -- Please make sure to refer all your friends to our Topix news page and submit news and happenings from around the area.
Thanks so much for your interest in the Warren, AR, Topix page.
MTaylor
Editor
L Chenelle

Hope, AR

#3 Nov 8, 2007
Hello! I am new in the area of Bradley County. I have applied for jobs at every place I can think of(besides McDonald's LOL). Does anyone know of any clerical or childcare job postions open?

Since: Sep 07

Warren, Arkansas

#4 Nov 11, 2007
Welcome to Warren, L Channelle! We'll keep our eyes and ears out for you.
Please visit often - and feel free to ask any questions about the area, as well as posting any news of interest.
D Gardner

San Antonio, TX

#5 Jan 12, 2008
I read the Eagle Democrat when we visit my mother-in-law, which is a couple of times per year. I really enjoy the articles written about Warren's history.
Tom Wright orTom Ed

Memphis, TN

#6 Feb 6, 2008
When I lived in St. Louis, I received the paper by mail. It took about 2 weeks to get to me. If I called in and reported I had not received it, they mailed the missed copies to me, I got it in two days. I would pay for the envelopes to get it in two days...can that be?
rmwtew61@ yahoo.com is my e-mail address
Thanks,
TEW
AR Beat

Rogers, AR

#7 Feb 11, 2008
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Bill

United States

#8 May 15, 2008
Vote for Mike Ballard, Bradley County Sheriff and Collector. Vote for honesty and integrity. A Sheriff for all the people.
Andy Gibbs

Mesquite, TX

#9 May 22, 2008
I grew up in Warren. Bob Newton is a fixture of Bradley County and a character indeed. I left 20 years ago but I still have a love for the land of Tall Pines and Pink Tomatoes. Perhaps if we were to find that pine timber byproducts or dead tomato vines generated enough BTU's to serve as an alternative energy source I might move from Dallas back to my home. In the meantime, I will keep up with the current events in the area by reading the old copies of "The Eagle" on my Stepmother's den table whenever possible.
Andy Gibbs

Mesquite, TX

#10 May 22, 2008
I would be remiss if i did not include this: every time I go home I am depressed. The frontage of the High School on HWY 15 (it will never be HWY 63 to me nor will HWY 278 ever be HWY 4) is in dire need of a major landscape manicure. The prominence and economic buzz of activity once generated by Potlatch before the 30 somethings on Wall Street took over is gone.

Some of you probably have never seen 200 plus people cruising the strip in Warren on a Friday night but I remember it well.

I remember Ann's Restaurant, Wayne's Sporting Goods, The Chat-N-Chew, Blankinship Ford, Hargis Brothers Chrysler/GMC, The Corral, Aubert Reynold's Grocery, The Pain Pot, Kroger's, Ashcraft's Hardware, OTASCO, West Brothers, Ederington's Department Store, Carl's One Stop, Barber Shop, Hank Binns' Bakery, Hankins Hardware,
Dr. Wynne's Office, Barrett-Pirtle Pharmacy the smell of pine trees in the air and the taste of a pink tomato.

It is truly ashamed how small town America has been forsaken by Wall Street with the help of a compliant self-serving congress. The people who brought Warren to it's prominence were a part of the greatest generation---they gave all selflessly that we might be free of Nazi tyranny---Bill Hargis, Sykes Harris, Fred Berry, Dr. Stacey Toole, Floyd Richardson and many, many more.
Philip Lyon

Burns, TN

#11 Jul 26, 2008
Andy- You kin to Dan?
Philip Lyon

Burns, TN

#12 Jul 26, 2008
Who remembers the day the Dairy Queen opened and had a 1 cent sale?
D Sullivan

Hampton, AR

#13 Nov 23, 2008
I read the Eagle weekly. I would love to read more about the History Of Bradley County not just Warren. Being that it is a Bradley County Newpaper.
Belinda R

Dravosburg, PA

#14 Dec 12, 2008
WOW Andy Gibbs what a blast from the past. Good Job recalling the small town I grew up in back in the day. I have not been back in many years but have many fond memories of the place. I am sorry to here that the school needs some tender loving care and much of downtown is gone. I was just thinking back and looking for old photos from the paper. Amazing how they did such a good job of recording the live in our small town. I was looking at some old newspaper clipping and remembering more. Hope you are well.

Andy Gibbs wrote:
I would be remiss if i did not include this: every time I go home I am depressed. The frontage of the High School on HWY 15 (it will never be HWY 63 to me nor will HWY 278 ever be HWY 4) is in dire need of a major landscape manicure. The prominence and economic buzz of activity once generated by Potlatch before the 30 somethings on Wall Street took over is gone.
Some of you probably have never seen 200 plus people cruising the strip in Warren on a Friday night but I remember it well.
I remember Ann's Restaurant, Wayne's Sporting Goods, The Chat-N-Chew, Blankinship Ford, Hargis Brothers Chrysler/GMC, The Corral, Aubert Reynold's Grocery, The Pain Pot, Kroger's, Ashcraft's Hardware, OTASCO, West Brothers, Ederington's Department Store, Carl's One Stop, Barber Shop, Hank Binns' Bakery, Hankins Hardware,
Dr. Wynne's Office, Barrett-Pirtle Pharmacy the smell of pine trees in the air and the taste of a pink tomato.
It is truly ashamed how small town America has been forsaken by Wall Street with the help of a compliant self-serving congress. The people who brought Warren to it's prominence were a part of the greatest generation---they gave all selflessly that we might be free of Nazi tyranny---Bill Hargis, Sykes Harris, Fred Berry, Dr. Stacey Toole, Floyd Richardson and many, many more.
jim cooper

Tomball, TX

#15 Jan 2, 2009
Andy, hey man...do you have Ernie's phone number
Greg Binns

Hot Springs National Park, AR

#16 Jan 5, 2009
Quit your whinning Andrew Goodwin. You big baby. :)
Sally Broughton

Asheville, NC

#17 Jan 9, 2009
My grandfather was from Warren and my father was raised there. I've only been there a couple of times. I still have some of my Dad's "memorabilia" from Warren. For example an ashtray (when when smoking was still popular enough that such things were an advertising gift) from Weiss' Jewelers, 104 S. Main St. It has a 3 digit phone #- ust've been a while back, eh? Is there still a Weiss'Jeweler's?
Philip Lyon

Burns, TN

#18 Jan 10, 2009
Sally Broughton wrote:
My grandfather was from Warren and my father was raised there. I've only been there a couple of times. I still have some of my Dad's "memorabilia" from Warren. For example an ashtray (when when smoking was still popular enough that such things were an advertising gift) from Weiss' Jewelers, 104 S. Main St. It has a 3 digit phone #- ust've been a while back, eh? Is there still a Weiss'Jeweler's?
It is not there.What were your dad & grandad's names? Growing up my # was 993
Sally Broughton

Asheville, NC

#19 Jan 11, 2009
Grandparents: Pearl and William Broughton; dad: Sam; siblings: John, Frances, Bill. Lived across from the high school I think? Are you currently a Warren res.?
Philip Lyon wrote:
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It is not there.What were your dad & grandad's names? Growing up my # was 993

Since: Jan 09

Burns, TN

#20 Jan 11, 2009
Sally Broughton wrote:
Grandparents: Pearl and William Broughton; dad: Sam; siblings: John, Frances, Bill. Lived across from the high school I think? Are you currently a Warren res.?
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Nope.I live in Nashville,Tn

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