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The Cities and communities of Newton County, Arkansas*

Ben Hur

Falling Water



Jasper (county seat)

Marble Falls

Mt. Judea



Red Rock




Western Grove


*This list of cities may not be complete. The list may contain towns, cities, villages, boroughs, townships, ghost towns and other populated places.

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Information & Facts about Newton County, Arkansas

Headwaters of the Buffalo National River
The Elk Capital of Arkansas

Jasper/Newton County Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 250
Jasper, Ar. 72641

A history page for Newton County

Climate & Weather

Average Winter Temperature: 40
Average Summer Temperature: 80
Temperature range from an average low of 32 degrees to an average maximum of 92 degrees
Average Annual Snowfall: 5 inches
Average Annual Rainfall: 45 inches

Here is a weather report page for Newton County


A maps and location page for Newton County


Newton County was formed on 14 December 1842 from a portion of Carroll County. It was the 47th county created in Arkansas. It was named for Thomas Willoughby Newton. He was a United States Marshal for Arkansas at that time.

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