The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office is charged with protecting and serving all people without regard for the person’s race, color, creed, national origin, sexual orientation, ancestry, or disabilities. The corona virus (COVID-19) issue has caused many debates among people and the best way to go about handling this threat to our health, safety, and welfare.
The first day of school is scheduled to start on Monday, August 24. With COVID-19, the upcoming school year will look different than previous years. Hampton Superintendent Doug Worley told the Hampton School Board they will follow the guidelines provided by the Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention(CDC), Arkansas Department of Health(ADH), and the Arkansas Department of Education(ADE). It is important to note that all guidelines are subject to change.
A vehicle wreck occurred on Wednesday at the now four-way stop in Hampton. There were no injuries reported.
HAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT—The Arkansas Department of Health has approved our plan for Graduation 2020. HHS Class of 2020 Graduation will be held on Friday, July 31, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. in the High School Gymnasium.
The Hampton Future Farmers of America (FFA) held a fundraiser selling Esau’s Corn, out of Dumas, at the old Shell gas station at the stoplight. On Monday, the students sold 175 bags of corn out of a total of 195 bags. The FFA wants to thank everyone who came by and supported the program. Pictured: Agriculture teacher Zach Hammock, Evan Beaver, Carlee Hannegan, Lauren Pedigo, Shelby Pedigo, Ava Sweeney, Chelsea Duncan, Kenijo Duncan, Brady Duncan, and Tristan Braswell. Photo by Zach Killian