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Jacksonville is a suburb 15 miles northeast of Little Rock and was named for Mr. Nicholas Jackson. He donated land to the Cairo & Fulton Railroad for a railroad right-of-way in 1870. A community formed around the railroad depot eventually forming the town of Jacksonville which was incorporated in 1941. The Battle of Reed's Bridge Marker is found in Jacksonville. It memorializes Confederate troops who prevented Union troops from moving toward Little Rock during the Civil War. Unique to Jacksonville are the Museum of Military History and the Guitar Museum.

Population: 29916
Local Newspapers: Jacksonville Patriot Leader
Local Sports Teams: Arkansas Travelers (minor league baseball)
Local Colleges: Arkansas State University

Zip Codes associated with jacksonville, arkansas: 72076 72099
Towns/Cities near jacksonville, arkansas : Gravel Ridge Cabot Sherwood McAlmont Gibson

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Police beat

An 18-year-old is accused of threatening to shoot up a school in central Arkansas earlier this week, police said. Zakerea Scales Jr. of Jacksonville was arrested around 2:10 p.m. Thursday at 1804 N. First St., the listed address for a U.S. Bank branch, on a charge of terroristic threatening, according to a Jacksonville Police Department report.

Kim Snow takes on Chalene Fite for House seat

Don't miss David Koon's Reporter in the paper this week on the fresh faces in the Democratic party inspired to run for office in Arkansas after the election of President Donald Trump: With a wave election potentially brewing for next November that could cost Republicans control of Congress, Arkansas candidates for offices from school board to the U.S. House are hoping they can surf that hoped-for tsunami, even in a deep red state. State Rep. Michael John Gray , the chairman of the Democratic Party of Arkansas, said that while the election of Donald Trump and the policies he has put in place has Democrats inspired to run, Democratic candidates he's talked to are mostly engaged by their repulsion at what goes on in Washington.

Waste district gets OK to draft rules for haulers

The solid-waste district in Pulaski County will draw up rules to potentially penalize trash haulers for dumping at landfills without a license. For more than a year, the Regional Recycling and Waste Reduction District has discussed the issue of unlicensed haulers using the Waste Management-operated Two Pine landfill in Jacksonville.

Judge awards $200,000 to NLR widow

A Pulaski County circuit judge on Wednesday awarded nearly $200,000 to a 93-year-old widow who sued a contractor authorities said gulled her out of an insurance settlement and her home in 2013. After an all-day bench trial, during which the defendant represented himself, Judge Tim Fox found in the plaintiff's favor that Marcus Andrew Dupree breached a contract, breached implied warranties, lied to the plaintiff and violated the Arkansas Deceptive Trade Practices Act.

Jacksonville board member apologizes for vulgar tirade

A Jacksonville/North Pulaski School Board member who delivered an angry, vulagarity-laced attack on fellow board members at a work session last week, said Monday she has apologized for "letting my emotions to get the best of me." "I expressed my feelings in not-the-most professional way," School Board member LaConda Watson said in an interview Monday when asked about her comments at a Nov. 27 work session on strategic planning and board governance issues.

34 animals undergo the Big Fix in LR

Kelly Page and her daughter Marley, 10, pick up their cat, Jingles, on Thursday afternoon at Arkansans for Animals Inc. in Little Rock after the cat was sterilized during the Pulaski County Big Fix. The spay/neuter program was funded through voluntary $5 donations on Pulaski County residents' tax bills.

New Eagle Scouts

Carson Jefford , 15, is the son of Ron Jefford and Kelley Brockinton of Sherwood. He is a member of Troop 259 at Sylvan Hills Church of Christ in Sherwood.

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