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Stories from Wednesday, June 5, 2002

Vets dedicate memorial wall (06/05/02)
One man's vision became a reality May 25 at the dedication ceremony for the Veteran's Wall of Honor at the Salem VFW Post. The event was attended by more than 300. Post member Gene Maguffee said 505 bricks with the names of veterans etched in them were placed on the wall in memory of those who served their country...
Crash kills baby, woman (06/05/02)
A two-vehicle, head-on collision May 29 on Highway 9 south of Mammoth Spring resulted in the death of a woman's unborn child and her mother. A 1982 Chevrolet pickup truck traveling north driven by James M. Cox, 22, along with his passenger, Angela Mack-Cox, 20, pulled into the southbound lane while negotiating a curve and struck a 1991 Dodge pickup truck driven by Susan K. Manes, 46, along with her passenger, Lacey Lingenfelter, 19...
Eight charged in two-day drug raid (06/05/02)
Law enforcement officers raided three methamphetamine operations in Fulton County May 29 and 30, seizing drugs, firearms, vehicles, video equipment, electronic equipment and over $10,000. Officers arrested eight suspects in connection with the raids...
No charges filed in heroin overdose (06/05/02)
A Cherokee Village man treated for a heroin overdose May 31 at Eastern Ozarks Regional Health System has not been charged. Cherokee Village Police Chief Larry Smith said the case is still under investigation. "We don't have any physical evidence other than what is in his blood," Smith said of the suspect...
Remembering (06/05/02)
GREAT WALL: Local veterans dedicated the Veterans Wall of Honor May 25 at the Salem VFW Post. The wall is composed of bricks with names of veterans etched in them.
Vets dedicate memorial wall (06/05/02)
One man's vision became a reality May 25 at the dedication ceremony for the Veteran's Wall of Honor at the Salem VFW Post. The event was attended by more than 300. Post member Gene Maguffee said 505 bricks with the names of veterans etched in them were placed on the wall in memory of those who served their country...
Crash kills baby, woman (06/05/02)
A two-vehicle, head-on collision May 29 on Highway 9 south of Mammoth Spring resulted in the death of a woman's unborn child and her mother. A 1982 Chevrolet pickup truck traveling north driven by James M. Cox, 22, along with his passenger, Angela Mack-Cox, 20, pulled into the southbound lane while negotiating a curve and struck a 1991 Dodge pickup truck driven by Susan K. Manes, 46, along with her passenger, Lacey Lingenfelter, 19...
Eight charged in two-day drug raid (06/05/02)
Law enforcement officers raided three methamphetamine operations in Fulton County May 29 and 30, seizing drugs, firearms, vehicles, video equipment, electronic equipment and over $10,000. Officers arrested eight suspects in connection with the raids...
No charges filed in heroin overdose (06/05/02)
A Cherokee Village man treated for a heroin overdose May 31 at Eastern Ozarks Regional Health System has not been charged. Cherokee Village Police Chief Larry Smith said the case is still under investigation. "We don't have any physical evidence other than what is in his blood," Smith said of the suspect...
Remembering (06/05/02)
GREAT WALL: Local veterans dedicated the Veterans Wall of Honor May 25 at the Salem VFW Post. The wall is composed of bricks with names of veterans etched in them.