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CWL employees recently held their annual United Campaign and, once again, it was a huge success. Led by the CWL Employees Advisory and Safety Committee, the employees pledged $163,785 to the United Way 2018 campaign. There was 100% employee participation and 186 employees who pledged $500 or more a year. CWL employees truly are making a difference every day in their community!

CWL retirees continue to make a difference by donating $2,600 to the United Way Campaign! Thank You!


CWL initiated a groundwater study in 2014 that included drilling test wells in locations nearby to CWL’s existing water treatment plants and analyzing water quality from those test wells. The project resulted in CWL locating multiple sites for future drinking water wells. In 2016, CWL purchased three of these sites around the Medallion Water Treatment Plant’s existing well field. Well construction on one of the three sites was started in October of 2016 and completed in 2017. Raw water line constructed to carry the well water to the plant for treatment is underway. The other two sites should be developed in 2018. When all three wells are completed the well field’s capacity will increase from approximately 8.5 million gallons per day (MGD) to approximately 13.0 MGD.


CWL is constructing a communications tower and building at its Greensboro Road water tank site, located at 2410 Greensboro Road. CWL has entered into a Radio Tower Joint User Agreement with the City of Jonesboro for joint use of the tower and building. As a condition of the agreement, CWL will own and maintain the tower and building. The City of Jonesboro will install, operate, maintain, repair and replace necessary equipment for its turbo radio system. One (1) block of system talk groups on the City’s turbo radio system has been dedicated to CWL for exclusive use at no cost to CWL. This will provide a critical back-up on our Arkansas Wireless Information Network (AWIN) voice radio system. The project was awarded to Wallace Tower Specialists Company. Construction continues and completion has been extended into late summer 2017, for final equipment installation.


Construction began July 21, 2017 on improvements to the Minx Hill Lift Station on Highway 226. The project includes upgrades to the lift station, the installation of a backup generator and general site improvements. The backup generator is part of CWL’s long term goals under the CMOM program for sanitary sewer system improvements. Construction is scheduled for completion by the end of 2017, depending on equipment delivery and weather conditions.


CWL reached a new all time electric peak of 303 MW on August 3, 2011 at 3:00 p.m. Our previous peak was 289 MW on August 3, 2010 at 3:00 p.m. Prior to the 2010 peak, we reached 277 MW on August 16, 2007 at 4:00 p.m. The electric peak for 2016 is 289 MW at 3:00 p.m. on July 22.

CWL established a new Winter Electric Peak of 254 MW on January 7, 2014 at 9:00 a.m., with a low temperature of 7 and a sub-zero wind chill. This surpasses the old peak of 233 MW set on January 12, 2011.

CWL reached an all time daily water peak of 29.26 million gallons on June 30, 2012. Our two previous peaks were 28.034 million gallons on June 19, 2010 and 25.279 million gallons on August 22, 2007. Our water peak for 2016 is 22.9 million gallons, which was set on July 12.

 ·  Man arrested in Jackson Co. shooting
  A man has been arrested and more arrests could follow after the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department investigated a shooting.
 ·  Missing Missouri woman found safe
  A missing Missouri woman has been found safe.
 ·  Paragould man flown to hospital after wreck
  A Paragould wreck sent one man to the hospital by helicopter after he was hit at an intersection.
 ·  School district buys property for $2.5 million
  The Jonesboro Public School District has a new piece of land to claim. This is after a school board meeting took place Tuesday.
 ·  Jonesboro police release city crime statistics for September
  Jonesboro police have released their crime statistics for September 2017. The most often occurring crime against a person proved to be aggravated assault, which was followed by robbery.