Tag: Paragould

PAWS of the week (5/26)

PARAGOULD, Ark. – The Paragould Animal Welfare Society, PAWS, has teamed up with NEA Report to provide you with weekly featured animals up for adoption.

They are our PAWS of the week!


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Hello! My name is Keisha I was brought to the shelter as a stray kitty. I am anything but that, as I am very sweet, playful and affectionate. I just want my own human. My adoption fee is $10.00 pending a home check.

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Jasper is a 4 month old Weirmerainer, Lab, and Setter mix. He is such a sweetheart as you can tell by his pics! His adoption fee is $50 pending a home check

1103 E Kingshighway Paragould is the physical address for PAWS or call them at 870-240-0997. Find pets for adoption at the PAWS Website or at a shelter near you.



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76-year-old woman killed in 412 bypass crash

PARAGOULD, Ark. – A 76-year-old woman was killed in a wreck on the Highway 412 bypass in Greene County on Tuesday, May 23.

At 11:32 a.m. Tuesday morning, Darlene Crawford, 76, of Kennett, Mo., was driving east on Highway 412 bypass when her 2011 Ford crossed into westbound traffic, the Arkansas State Police Crash Report states. The vehicle went back on the shoulder again and hit a guardrail, striking a 2016 Peterbuilt truck head-on.  Continue reading “76-year-old woman killed in 412 bypass crash”

“Bad wreck” at Highway 412 bypass in Greene County

PARAGOULD, Ark. – A reader sent along photos of what was described as a “bad wreck” Tuesday around noon in Greene County.

The new U.S. 412 bypass in Paragould was the location the wreck was mentioned in. A fatality was reported in the accident.

Reports suggest traffic in the area has been stopped or slowed significantly for the time being.

The source, who asked to remain anonymous, sent several photos of what appeared to be a head-on crash on the bypass.

Use caution if you’re in the area.


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