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WOODRUFF COUNTY ARKANSAS

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WOODRUFF COUNTY was founded November 26, 1862 and named for William E. Woodruff, 
newspaper publisher and founder of the first state newspaper, the Arkansas Gazette.

The county seat is located at Augusta and the courthouse address is:

P. O. Box 300

County Courthouse

Augusta, AR 72006-0300

Phone: 870-347-5206

POPULATION:

1980--11,208

1990--9,520

2000--8,741

2005--8,098

THIS COUNTY NEEDS A HOST!

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