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Stories from Thursday, January 24, 2002

Hardy child found in Wisconsin (01/24/02)
A toddler abducted in Hardy last week has been found un-harmed. Though it is anticipated charges will be filed, they will be for assault, not kidnapping. Hardy Police Chief Ernie Rose said he was notified at approximately 12:55 p.m. Jan. 17 of the alleged kidnapping of Ronnie Twilley Jr., 2, of Hardy...
Congressman meets with community leaders (01/24/02)
First District Rep. Marion Berry didn't make many promises when he met Jan. 17 with community leaders in Ash Flat, Salem and Melbourne. Speaking to 16 leaders in Sharp County at Clyde's Chuck Wagon Restaurant, the Democratic Congressman from Gillett urged patience as the federal government adjusts to the downturn in the economy...
Attic fire chars church office (01/24/02)
A blaze damaged a building used for administrative offices for First Baptist Church of Salem Jan. 18. The bulk of the fire was at the back side of the structure and in the attic.According to Salem Fire Chief Heath Everett, 3,000 gallons of water were used to put out the blaze. He said the cause of the fire might have been heater malfunction with the origin of the fire at the east side of the hall...
9-1-1 signs replaced, but few recovered (01/24/02)
About 372 9-1-1 signs necessary for rescue workers responding to emergency calls have been stolen and replaced since the fall of 2000 in Fulton County, according to Fulton County's 9-1-1 coordinator, David Keck. To replace the signs in the year 2001, Fulton County spent about $22,000. Keck said he had to request extra funds from the quorum court to replace the signs because there was not enough money in the budget to cover all the costs...
Cowboys, outlaws relive Old West in Moko (01/24/02)
Cowboys, cowgirls, and even outlaws dressed in late 19th century western-style clothing shouted, "I ain't got no dang gold," as they took part in a staged robbery using real guns and real bullets. The holdup was staged at the Moko Junction Livery Stable in the community of Moko Jan. 12...
Hardy child found in Wisconsin (01/24/02)
A toddler abducted in Hardy last week has been found un-harmed. Though it is anticipated charges will be filed, they will be for assault, not kidnapping. Hardy Police Chief Ernie Rose said he was notified at approximately 12:55 p.m. Jan. 17 of the alleged kidnapping of Ronnie Twilley Jr., 2, of Hardy...
9-1-1 signs replaced, but few recovered (01/24/02)
About 372 9-1-1 signs necessary for rescue workers responding to emergency calls have been stolen and replaced since the fall of 2000 in Fulton County, according to Fulton County's 9-1-1 coordinator, David Keck. To replace the signs in the year 2001, Fulton County spent about $22,000. Keck said he had to request extra funds from the quorum court to replace the signs because there was not enough money in the budget to cover all the costs...
Cowboys, outlaws relive Old West in Moko (01/24/02)
Cowboys, cowgirls, and even outlaws dressed in late 19th century western-style clothing shouted, "I ain't got no dang gold," as they took part in a staged robbery using real guns and real bullets. The holdup was staged at the Moko Junction Livery Stable in the community of Moko Jan. 12...
Congressman meets with community leaders (01/24/02)
First District Rep. Marion Berry didn't make many promises when he met Jan. 17 with community leaders in Ash Flat, Salem and Melbourne. Speaking to 16 leaders in Sharp County at Clyde's Chuck Wagon Restaurant, the Democratic Congressman from Gillett urged patience as the federal government adjusts to the downturn in the economy...
Attic fire chars church office (01/24/02)
A blaze damaged a building used for administrative offices for First Baptist Church of Salem Jan. 18. The bulk of the fire was at the back side of the structure and in the attic.According to Salem Fire Chief Heath Everett, 3,000 gallons of water were used to put out the blaze. He said the cause of the fire might have been heater malfunction with the origin of the fire at the east side of the hall...
Beta Sigma Phi to sponsor Annual Valentine Pageant (01/24/02)
Zeta Omicron Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will conduct the Annual Valentine Pageant Jan. 31 at Salem High School gym at approximately 6:30 p.m. between the 7th grade and junior basketball games. Candidates for Mister and Miss Valentine are from grades 7-12 at Salem High School. ...
Beta Sigma Phi to sponsor Annual Valentine Pageant (01/24/02)
Zeta Omicron Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will conduct the Annual Valentine Pageant Jan. 31 at Salem High School gym at approximately 6:30 p.m. between the 7th grade and junior basketball games. Candidates for Mister and Miss Valentine are from grades 7-12 at Salem High School. ...
Longhorns continue conference cruise (01/24/02)
The Viola Longhorns hosted the Rural Special Rebels from Fox for a trio of conference games Jan. 11, and Viola took two out of three. In the junior boys' game, the Viola junior Longhorns took a 33-28 win, holding off a late charge from the Rebels.In the senior girls' matchup, the Lady Longhorns struggled early, and it cost them down the stretch...
Greyhounds, Cougars fight into extra frame (01/24/02)
Brockwell -- What should and could have been an excellent night of basketball between Salem and ICC was turned into a good one with the first game of the night. With Salem leading in the junior girls' contest by the score of 20-3 with only two minutes to go before half, they were still applying a full-court press. Whether it was a case of oversight or one of spite from a former coach, it left a bad taste in the mouth for the following games...
Longhorns continue conference cruise (01/24/02)
The Viola Longhorns hosted the Rural Special Rebels from Fox for a trio of conference games Jan. 11, and Viola took two out of three. In the junior boys' game, the Viola junior Longhorns took a 33-28 win, holding off a late charge from the Rebels.In the senior girls' matchup, the Lady Longhorns struggled early, and it cost them down the stretch...
Greyhounds, Cougars fight into extra frame (01/24/02)
Brockwell -- What should and could have been an excellent night of basketball between Salem and ICC was turned into a good one with the first game of the night. With Salem leading in the junior girls' contest by the score of 20-3 with only two minutes to go before half, they were still applying a full-court press. Whether it was a case of oversight or one of spite from a former coach, it left a bad taste in the mouth for the following games...
William Patrick Morrison (01/24/02)
Matt and Ashly Morrison of Ozark, Mo., have announced the birth of their son, William Patrick Morrison, on Jan. 9, 2002, at 3:07 p.m. at St. John's Regional Health Center in Springfield, Mo. He weighed 8 pounds, 3 ounces.
Blaine Alan Wallace (01/24/02)
Rusty and Tania Wallace of Morriston have announced the birth of their son, Blaine Alan Wallace, on Dec. 12, 2001, at Cox South in Springfield. He weighed 3 pounds, 15 ounces, and was 18 inches long. He is welcomed from heaven by his brother, Breten...
Blaine Alan Wallace (01/24/02)
Rusty and Tania Wallace of Morriston have announced the birth of their son, Blaine Alan Wallace, on Dec. 12, 2001, at Cox South in Springfield. He weighed 3 pounds, 15 ounces, and was 18 inches long. He is welcomed from heaven by his brother, Breten...
William Patrick Morrison (01/24/02)
Matt and Ashly Morrison of Ozark, Mo., have announced the birth of their son, William Patrick Morrison, on Jan. 9, 2002, at 3:07 p.m. at St. John's Regional Health Center in Springfield, Mo. He weighed 8 pounds, 3 ounces.
Walling, McIntosh unite in marriage (01/24/02)
Larry McIntosh and Katrina Walling exchanged wedding vows Jan. 1, 2002, at the Assembly of God Church in Thayer. The bride is the daughter of Wade Walling of Haskell, Okla., and Becky Grayson of Sand Springs, Okla. Her grandparents are Jack and Helen Walling of Camp...
Walling, McIntosh unite in marriage (01/24/02)
Larry McIntosh and Katrina Walling exchanged wedding vows Jan. 1, 2002, at the Assembly of God Church in Thayer. The bride is the daughter of Wade Walling of Haskell, Okla., and Becky Grayson of Sand Springs, Okla. Her grandparents are Jack and Helen Walling of Camp...
A Girl On A Mission (01/24/02)
This past Sunday was supposed to be a nice family outing, but instead it ended up being an ordeal. My family and I went out to eat at a local restaurant. We encountered about 100 different aromas from perfume and cologne worn by women and men alike...
A Girl On A Mission (01/24/02)
This past Sunday was supposed to be a nice family outing, but instead it ended up being an ordeal. My family and I went out to eat at a local restaurant. We encountered about 100 different aromas from perfume and cologne worn by women and men alike...