Your elected officials

County Judge

The County Judge authorizes and approves funds, grants, city projects and assumes other judicial responsibilities. The County Judge's Office is located at the Courthouse in Office 107.

Department 870-239-6300

County Clerk
Phyllis Rhynes

Responsible for the daily operation of the county clerk's office. The County Clerk's Office is located at the Courthouse in Office 102.

Department 870-239-6311

Dick Pace

Responsible for investigating and determining the cause of death of county residents. The Coroner's Office is located at 1809 N. Rockingchair Road.

Department 870-240-4030

Debbie Cross

Responsible for the custody and disbursement of funds to the county, school districts, cities, rural fire districts, and improvement districts.

Department 870-239-6304

Steve Franks

Oversees criminal investigations, traffic law enforcement, and county jail operations.

Department 870-236-7612

Jane Wheeler Moudy

Responsible for appraising and assessing all real and personal property. Located at the Courthouse in Room 101.

Department 870-239-6303

Cathay (CJ) Hayes

Responsible for assessing and providing tax information. Located at the Courthouse in Room 103.

Department 870-239-6305

Prosecuting Attorney
Scott Ellington

Responsible for representing local, state, or federal governments in criminal court cases.

Website 870-932-1513

Circuit Clerk
Jan Griffith

Responsible for maintaining a record of all proceedings of the Circuit Courts and to prep the dockets for these Courts. Located at the Courthouse in Room 124.

Department 870-239-6330

Justice Of Peace Members

A justice of the peace is a member of the quorum court and responsible for assisting the County Judge in levying the county taxes and making appropriations for the county's expenses. The quorum court is a part-time body, elected from single-member districts, that has overall responsibility for county affairs. Quorum courts establish the number and compensation of deputies and county employees and fill vacancies in elective county offices. JPs enact ordinances related to the county's property and its maintenance and improvements, including roads, bridges, buildings, vehicles, and other items owned by the county.

The full-time elected county administrator, who presides over the quorum court, is the county judge. Neither JPs nor the county judge have any judicial authority, though they do have the power to preside over civil marriages. Justices of the Peace are elected every two years to these partisan offices.

Quorum Court ยป

District 1
Dustin Rumsey


District 2


District 3

District 4
Jonathon Davis


District 5
Michelle Boling

District 6
Phillip Keeling


District 7
Allen Davis

District 8
Dean Wooldridge

District 9
Marc Reeves


District 10
Jeremy Wooldridge


District 11
Bill Trip

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