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Welcome to Warren, Arkansas!


Located in the southern part of Arkansas, Bradley County is packed with possibilities! Bradley County boasts the true beauty of scenic woodlands, fields full of crops and great southern hospitality. The thick forests provide great opportunities in the timber industry as well as serving as a habitat for all forms of wildlife. The famed Bradley County Pink Tomatoes are grown on family farms and celebrated each June during the Bradley County Pink Tomato Festival. Travel to the southeast corner of the county and experience the Felsenthal Refuge--the largest greentree reservoir with 65,000 acres in the care of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Further south is Moro Bay State Park where you can spend the day relaxing on the Ouachita River. In the land of tall pines and pink tomatoes, wonderful possibilities are always just around the corner!

Additional Links

Bradley County Chamber of Commerce
Warren Police Department
City of Warren
Bradley County

Area Schools

Warren High School
Warren Middle School
Brunson New Vision Charter School
Eastside New Vision Charter School

Local Media

ABC - KATV 7
Arkansasnews.com
Eagle Democrat
Saline River Chronicle

Attractions and Entertainment

Moro Bay State Park
Bradley County Veterans' Museum
Bradley County Pink Tomato Festival

Statistics/Economy

City-Data.com
U.S. Census Bureau

Facebook Video about City of Warren

BCMC News



BCMC Radiology to Offer State-of-the-Art Genius™ 3D Mammography™ Exams Starting Feb. 23


The Bradley County Medical Center Radiology Department is excited to offer Genius™ 3D Mammography™ exams, developed by Hologic, Inc., a worldwide leader in Women's Health beginning on Tuesday, Feb. 23. Utilizing advanced breast tomosynthesis technology, Genius exams are clinically proven to significantly increase the detection of breast cancers, and also decreasing the number of women asked to return for additional testing.

In conventional 2D Mammography, overlapping tissue is a leading reason why small breast cancers may be missed and normal tissue may appear abnormal, leading to unnecessary callbacks. A Genius exam includes a three-dimensional method of imaging that can greatly reduce the tissue overlap effect.