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Stories from Thursday, August 5, 2004

Viola men charged with drug possession (08/05/04)
A traffic stop July 31 south of Viola led to the arrest of two Salem men for manufacturing methamphetamine. Benny W. Monk, 26, and John A. Rutherford, 32, have been charged with possession of pseudoephedrine with intent to manufacture methamphetamine, a class D felony...
Salem 5th graders rank second on mathematics test (08/05/04)
Salem Elementary School 5th graders placed second in the state on a national exam to determine their mathematic proficiency, said Salem High School Principal Wayne Guiltner July 19 at the Salem School Board meeting. Guiltner said the 5th graders finished second on one section of the Iowa Test of Basic Skills math test. He said Salem finished above average in all categories measured by the test and ranked first overall among the schools in the Northcentral Educational Cooperative area...
Thayer council says no more skateboards on city sidewalks (08/05/04)
THAYER -- Thayer Mayor Allen Deckard and council members remind parents and children in the community that there is an ordinance stating that skateboards, coasters, roller skates and similar devices are unlawful to ride on sidewalks and streets within the city...
Escapee doesn't get far (08/05/04)
A Viola man who was sentenced to a year in prison in Fulton County Circuit Court Aug. 2 made a split-second decision that may substantially increase his jail time. "I guess he decided he didn't want to go to jail at the last minute," Fulton County deputy Paul Martin said with a laugh after J.D. Comstock was apprehended following a brief escape from police custody...
New School (08/05/04)
Thayer fourth grade teacher Mary Ann Pounders spent some time last week getting her classroom ready at the new Thayer Elementary School. Pounders' room will be painted blue and have blue dolphin curtains.
Fulton Fair expands to five days (08/05/04)
The 2004 Fulton County Fair opens on Tuesday, Aug. 10, at the Civic Center/Fairgrounds Complex off Highway 62 west in Salem. Fair officials have expanded the fair to a five-day event and it promises to be more than just a fair. The fair will run through Aug. 14 with new facilities, a new format, new exhibits and new events that provide family fun and education...
OC commission signs concealed gun ordinance (08/05/04)
OREGON COUNTY -- People entering the Oregon County Courthouse at Alton who have concealed firearms permits will no longer be allowed to bring those firearms into the building. Oregon County Commissioners Leo Warren, Buddy Wright and John Wrenfrow adopted a county ordinance last week that prohibits firearms not only in the courthouse, but in all county building including all public libraries, the health department and Shelter Workshop...
Rape, sodomy case moved to Oregon County (08/05/04)
OREGON COUNTY -- An Ellsinor man, Charles Spencer, has been granted a change of venue in a case where he is charged with statutory rape and statutory sodomy in Carter County. The case was moved from Carter County to Oregon County and Spence, 38, is currently in the Oregon County jail at Alton with no bond set...
Bend residents worry lake level won't return (08/05/04)
A request by Boxhound Marina owner Ed Sac to lower Crown Lake by 3 feet in October so he can repair his boat ramp has raised concerns among Horseshoe Bend Crown Lake property owners. "We're afraid it won't come back," said property owner Grover Neel...
87-year-old driver dies in wreck (08/05/04)
A Mountain View, Mo., man was killed Aug. 2 in a one-car accident five miles south of Mammoth Spring. Harold L. Cole, 87, was southbound on Highway 63 when he lost control of his 2000 Ford Taurus on a curve, according to the Arkansas State Police trooper Ronnie Stewart...
Gambling fails, marriage definition issue passes (08/05/04)
OREGON COUNTY -- Oregon County Sheriff Tim Ward, was declared the winner in the Democratic primary. Ward received 1,783 votes to challenger Doug Fountain's 1,026 votes. The Northern District Commissioner's seat in the county was won by Buddy Wright. He received 908 votes and challenger Dick Richardson received 533 votes...
Teen charged with stealing church's money (08/05/04)
Apparently not even the fear of God could stop burglars from stealing money June 24 from a Salem church. Maybe three felony charges from the prosecuting attorney's office will do the trick. Eric W. Broyles, 18, has been charged with commercial burglary, a class C felony; theft of property, a class C felony; and criminal mischief in the first degree, a class C felony...
Local fire departments receive grants (08/05/04)
OREGON COUNTY -- During July and August matching funds grant checks for rural fire departments were distributed by Missouri Department of Conservation Forestry Division staff. One hundred ninety-four fire departments across the state including two from Oregon County -- the Thayer Volunteer Fire Department and the Rover Volunteer Fire Department -- received checks up to $3,000 to help them purchase personal protective gear and firefighting equipment for wildland fires as well as structural fires. ...
Rape, sodomy case moved to Oregon County (08/05/04)
OREGON COUNTY -- An Ellsinor man, Charles Spencer, has been granted a change of venue in a case where he is charged with statutory rape and statutory sodomy in Carter County. The case was moved from Carter County to Oregon County and Spence, 38, is currently in the Oregon County jail at Alton with no bond set...
Bend residents worry lake level won't return (08/05/04)
A request by Boxhound Marina owner Ed Sac to lower Crown Lake by 3 feet in October so he can repair his boat ramp has raised concerns among Horseshoe Bend Crown Lake property owners. "We're afraid it won't come back," said property owner Grover Neel...
Gambling fails, marriage definition issue passes (08/05/04)
OREGON COUNTY -- Oregon County Sheriff Tim Ward, was declared the winner in the Democratic primary. Ward received 1,783 votes to challenger Doug Fountain's 1,026 votes. The Northern District Commissioner's seat in the county was won by Buddy Wright. He received 908 votes and challenger Dick Richardson received 533 votes...
Escapee doesn't get far (08/05/04)
A Viola man who was sentenced to a year in prison in Fulton County Circuit Court Aug. 2 made a split-second decision that may substantially increase his jail time. "I guess he decided he didn't want to go to jail at the last minute," Fulton County deputy Paul Martin said with a laugh after J.D. Comstock was apprehended following a brief escape from police custody...
New School (08/05/04)
Thayer fourth grade teacher Mary Ann Pounders spent some time last week getting her classroom ready at the new Thayer Elementary School. Pounders' room will be painted blue and have blue dolphin curtains.
Salem 5th graders rank second on mathematics test (08/05/04)
Salem Elementary School 5th graders placed second in the state on a national exam to determine their mathematic proficiency, said Salem High School Principal Wayne Guiltner July 19 at the Salem School Board meeting. Guiltner said the 5th graders finished second on one section of the Iowa Test of Basic Skills math test. He said Salem finished above average in all categories measured by the test and ranked first overall among the schools in the Northcentral Educational Cooperative area...
Viola men charged with drug possession (08/05/04)
A traffic stop July 31 south of Viola led to the arrest of two Salem men for manufacturing methamphetamine. Benny W. Monk, 26, and John A. Rutherford, 32, have been charged with possession of pseudoephedrine with intent to manufacture methamphetamine, a class D felony...
Thayer council says no more skateboards on city sidewalks (08/05/04)
THAYER -- Thayer Mayor Allen Deckard and council members remind parents and children in the community that there is an ordinance stating that skateboards, coasters, roller skates and similar devices are unlawful to ride on sidewalks and streets within the city...
OC commission signs concealed gun ordinance (08/05/04)
OREGON COUNTY -- People entering the Oregon County Courthouse at Alton who have concealed firearms permits will no longer be allowed to bring those firearms into the building. Oregon County Commissioners Leo Warren, Buddy Wright and John Wrenfrow adopted a county ordinance last week that prohibits firearms not only in the courthouse, but in all county building including all public libraries, the health department and Shelter Workshop...
Fulton Fair expands to five days (08/05/04)
The 2004 Fulton County Fair opens on Tuesday, Aug. 10, at the Civic Center/Fairgrounds Complex off Highway 62 west in Salem. Fair officials have expanded the fair to a five-day event and it promises to be more than just a fair. The fair will run through Aug. 14 with new facilities, a new format, new exhibits and new events that provide family fun and education...
87-year-old driver dies in wreck (08/05/04)
A Mountain View, Mo., man was killed Aug. 2 in a one-car accident five miles south of Mammoth Spring. Harold L. Cole, 87, was southbound on Highway 63 when he lost control of his 2000 Ford Taurus on a curve, according to the Arkansas State Police trooper Ronnie Stewart...
Local fire departments receive grants (08/05/04)
OREGON COUNTY -- During July and August matching funds grant checks for rural fire departments were distributed by Missouri Department of Conservation Forestry Division staff. One hundred ninety-four fire departments across the state including two from Oregon County -- the Thayer Volunteer Fire Department and the Rover Volunteer Fire Department -- received checks up to $3,000 to help them purchase personal protective gear and firefighting equipment for wildland fires as well as structural fires. ...
Teen charged with stealing church's money (08/05/04)
Apparently not even the fear of God could stop burglars from stealing money June 24 from a Salem church. Maybe three felony charges from the prosecuting attorney's office will do the trick. Eric W. Broyles, 18, has been charged with commercial burglary, a class C felony; theft of property, a class C felony; and criminal mischief in the first degree, a class C felony...
Stubblefield to turn 90 (08/05/04)
The 90th birthday party for Ruby Stubblefield will be held Aug. 7 at Thayer Church of Christ's fellowship room from 2 to 4 p.m. Hosts for the event will be her family. Everyone is invited to attend.
Ozarka offers courses at Fulton high schools (08/05/04)
Ozarka College has announced various courses that will be available at Mammoth Spring, Salem and Viola High Schools this fall. The courses are open only to those high schools' students for concurrent college credit during the regular school day. Mammoth Spring will offer English composition I. ...
Volker marks 101 years (08/05/04)
Many of Thayer and Mammoth Spring businesses helped Beulah Volker celebration her 101st birthday Aug. 3 at Shady Oaks Healthcare Center in Thayer. Wallace and Owens donated the cake, Mammoth Spring Floral made the corsage, Chapel Hill Florist donated the balloon bouquet, Thayer Florist gave her a present, Debby Botard from Cutting Edge styled her hair for the party, and Boudoirs Spa and Salon donated a crown for her to wear...
Cell phone drive under way in Mammoth Spring (08/05/04)
An emergency cell phone drive is in progress in Mammoth Spring. The Save A Life Give A Phone Program collects used donated cell phones and refurbishes them in order to provide emergency 9-1-1 access for domestic violence victims and the YWCA domestic violence shelters nationwide. Currently 5,000 cell phones are urgently needed nationwide...
Stubblefield to turn 90 (08/05/04)
The 90th birthday party for Ruby Stubblefield will be held Aug. 7 at Thayer Church of Christ's fellowship room from 2 to 4 p.m. Hosts for the event will be her family. Everyone is invited to attend.
Volker marks 101 years (08/05/04)
Many of Thayer and Mammoth Spring businesses helped Beulah Volker celebration her 101st birthday Aug. 3 at Shady Oaks Healthcare Center in Thayer. Wallace and Owens donated the cake, Mammoth Spring Floral made the corsage, Chapel Hill Florist donated the balloon bouquet, Thayer Florist gave her a present, Debby Botard from Cutting Edge styled her hair for the party, and Boudoirs Spa and Salon donated a crown for her to wear...
Cell phone drive under way in Mammoth Spring (08/05/04)
An emergency cell phone drive is in progress in Mammoth Spring. The Save A Life Give A Phone Program collects used donated cell phones and refurbishes them in order to provide emergency 9-1-1 access for domestic violence victims and the YWCA domestic violence shelters nationwide. Currently 5,000 cell phones are urgently needed nationwide...
Ozarka offers courses at Fulton high schools (08/05/04)
Ozarka College has announced various courses that will be available at Mammoth Spring, Salem and Viola High Schools this fall. The courses are open only to those high schools' students for concurrent college credit during the regular school day. Mammoth Spring will offer English composition I. ...
Wheeler rolls to All-American ranks at Southwest Baptist (08/05/04)
Question: What do you get when you cross jaw-dropping talent with an unbridled enthusiasm for the sport of basketball? Answer: Amber Wheeler. Wheeler, a former All-State standout for the Alton Lady Comets, wrapped up her sophomore year at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar this season by being named a fourth-team NCAA Division II All-American player...
Men's golf scramble slated on 2 courses (08/05/04)
The Cherokee Village Men's Golf Association and Horseshoe Bend Men's Golf Association will hold their annual golf scramble this month. On Aug. 16 the scramble will be at Horseshoe Bend and on Aug. 23 it will be at Cherokee Village North Golf Course. Tee time at both locations is 8 a.m. The cost is $25 per player...
Commission sets early migratory bird season (08/05/04)
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission used its emergency powers last week to set the early season migratory bird dates. The commission set the season dates last week to prevent calling a special meeting in early August. The commission plans to use the same powers again at its August meeting to set the late migratory bird season dates. ...
Football practice on tap for Bobcats (08/05/04)
The Thayer High School football coaching staff announced that football practice will be held Aug. 9 through the 18 at 9 a.m, and Aug. 16-20 at 3:30 p.m. Players need a complete physical in order to participate in Bobcat football. Thayer will host a jamboree Aug. 27 with Mountain View and Willow Springs, along with the Bobcats, that is slated for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff time...
Wheeler rolls to All-American ranks at Southwest Baptist (08/05/04)
Question: What do you get when you cross jaw-dropping talent with an unbridled enthusiasm for the sport of basketball? Answer: Amber Wheeler. Wheeler, a former All-State standout for the Alton Lady Comets, wrapped up her sophomore year at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar this season by being named a fourth-team NCAA Division II All-American player...
Football practice on tap for Bobcats (08/05/04)
The Thayer High School football coaching staff announced that football practice will be held Aug. 9 through the 18 at 9 a.m, and Aug. 16-20 at 3:30 p.m. Players need a complete physical in order to participate in Bobcat football. Thayer will host a jamboree Aug. 27 with Mountain View and Willow Springs, along with the Bobcats, that is slated for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff time...
Men's golf scramble slated on 2 courses (08/05/04)
The Cherokee Village Men's Golf Association and Horseshoe Bend Men's Golf Association will hold their annual golf scramble this month. On Aug. 16 the scramble will be at Horseshoe Bend and on Aug. 23 it will be at Cherokee Village North Golf Course. Tee time at both locations is 8 a.m. The cost is $25 per player...
Commission sets early migratory bird season (08/05/04)
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission used its emergency powers last week to set the early season migratory bird dates. The commission set the season dates last week to prevent calling a special meeting in early August. The commission plans to use the same powers again at its August meeting to set the late migratory bird season dates. ...
Ernest Earl Pulley (08/05/04)
Ernest E. Pulley, 93, of Springfield, Mo., died July 4, 2004, a his home in Missouri, losing his battle with symphatic leukemia. He was born March 2, 1911, to Mack and Modene Powell Pulley at Mammoth Spring, Ark. He was married to Lora Weaver at Salem, Ark. Jan. 17, 1942...
Roland Boyd Williams (08/05/04)
Roland Boyd Williams, 91, of Thayer, Mo., was born Oct. 2, 1912 in Fulton County, Ark., the son of John Henry Williams and Rosetta Earls Williams. He died July 26, 2004, at Poplar Bluff VA Hospital in Poplar Bluff, Mo. He was married to Cuba Verneal Evans at Manila, Ark., Oct. 24, 1936...
Don "Pappy" McGuire (08/05/04)
Don "Pappy" McGuire, 90, of Myron died July 27, 2004, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. Born Oct. 28, 1913, at Monette, Ark., he was the son of William Homer and Virgie Pearl Rogers McGuire. He was retired from public works, a farmer and a member of Myron Baptist Church...
James Thompson (08/05/04)
James Robert Thompson, 66, of Horseshoe Bend, Ark., died July 25, 2004, in Mountain Home, Ark., at Baxter Regional Medical Center. Born Oct. 4, 1937, at Moline, Ill., he was the son of Harold and Emma Ingold Thompson. He married Thelma Bernice Tate June 27, 1959, in Rock Island, Ill...
James McTigue (08/05/04)
James McTigue, 52, of Cave City, formerly of Salem, Ark., died July 31, 2004, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. Born May 2, 1952, at Gary, Ind., he was the son of Michael Patrick and Mildred Mulhern McTigue. He was retired after serving 20 years in the United Sates Air Force and was of the Catholic faith...
Roberta Dean Tugwell (08/05/04)
Robert Dean Tugwell, 76, of Cave Creek community, died July 30, 2004, at a Batesville Nursing and Rehab Center. Born June 16, 1928, near Batesville, she was the daughter of Robert Andrew and Mary Elizabeth Smith Tugwell. She was a farmer, a leather craftsman, raised horses and German Shepherd dogs. She was an avid reader and was of the Methodist faith...
James "Jim" Homod (08/05/04)
James "Jim" Douglas Homod, 24, of Kesovick Air Force Base Iceland, died July 28, 2004, at his home. Born July 22, 1980, in Murfreesboro, Tenn., he was the son of Barbara Bailey Homod and John Homod of Hardy. He was a 1998 graduate of Highland High School and was a welder...
George Fernbacher (08/05/04)
George Frank Fern-bacher, 86, of Cherokee Village died July 12, 2004, at Eastern Ozarks Regional Health System in Cherokee Village. Born Oct. 8, 1917, in St. Louis, Mo., he was the son of Eva Morath Fernbacher and George Fernbacher. He was a truck driver and veteran of the Coast Guard during World War II. He was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church of Cherokee Village...
Dan Riley Hackett Jr. (08/05/04)
Dan Riley Hackett Jr., 89, of Thayer, Mo., died July 23, 2004, at Shady Oaks Health Care in Thayer, Mo. Born June 1, 1915, he was the son of Dan Riley Hackett Sr., and Nora Essary Hackett. He was married on March 3, 1940, to Maxine Tucker in West Plains, Mo...
Casimer Paulinski (08/05/04)
Casimer Walter Paulinski, 74, of Salem, Ark., son of the late Casimer Walter and Sophie Kaxmierczak Paulinski was born Oct. 31, 1929, in Chicago, Ill. He died July 28, 2004, at his home. He married Florence Beth Ballinger on March 25, 1950, at Chicago, and to this union five children were born...
Samuel Anderson (08/05/04)
Samuel Edward Anderson, 76, of Horseshoe Bend, Ark., died July 25, 2004, at Fulton County Hospital in Salem, Ark. Born Sept. 20, 1927, in Maryville, Tenn., he was a veteran of the United States Army. He served his country during World War II. He was retired from the manufacturing industry...
Ruthel Harris (08/05/04)
Ruthel Harris, 93, of Cherokee Village, Ark., died July 30, 2004, at Eastern Ozarks Regional Health System in Cherokee Village. Born Feb. 17, 1911, at Emory, Ark., she was the daughter of Walter Seab Nichols and Susie Arkansas Matlock Nichols. She was a restaurant owner and operator and was of the Pentecostal faith...
Tony Dewayne Collins (08/05/04)
Tony Dewayne Collins 26, of Trumann, Ark., died July 28, 2004, at a Memphis hospital. Born Feb. 23, 1978, at Jonesboro, Ark., he was the son of Roy Lee Collins Sr. and Kathrin Shann Medlock Collins. He was a farmer and a member of McCormick Baptist Church at McCormick...
Henrietta Benner (08/05/04)
Henrietta Benner, 87, of Horseshoe Bend, died July 27, 2004, at North Arkansas Life Care Center in Horseshoe Bend. Born Jan. 25, 1917, she was the daughter of Henry and Augusta Classen Heeren at Watseka, Ill. She was a homemaker, a member of Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church and a volunteer for the North Arkansas Life Care Center in Horseshoe Bend...
Roland Boyd Williams (08/05/04)
Roland Boyd Williams, 91, of Thayer, Mo., was born Oct. 2, 1912 in Fulton County, Ark., the son of John Henry Williams and Rosetta Earls Williams. He died July 26, 2004, at Poplar Bluff VA Hospital in Poplar Bluff, Mo. He was married to Cuba Verneal Evans at Manila, Ark., Oct. 24, 1936...
Don "Pappy" McGuire (08/05/04)
Don "Pappy" McGuire, 90, of Myron died July 27, 2004, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. Born Oct. 28, 1913, at Monette, Ark., he was the son of William Homer and Virgie Pearl Rogers McGuire. He was retired from public works, a farmer and a member of Myron Baptist Church...
Ernest Earl Pulley (08/05/04)
Ernest E. Pulley, 93, of Springfield, Mo., died July 4, 2004, a his home in Missouri, losing his battle with symphatic leukemia. He was born March 2, 1911, to Mack and Modene Powell Pulley at Mammoth Spring, Ark. He was married to Lora Weaver at Salem, Ark. Jan. 17, 1942...
James Thompson (08/05/04)
James Robert Thompson, 66, of Horseshoe Bend, Ark., died July 25, 2004, in Mountain Home, Ark., at Baxter Regional Medical Center. Born Oct. 4, 1937, at Moline, Ill., he was the son of Harold and Emma Ingold Thompson. He married Thelma Bernice Tate June 27, 1959, in Rock Island, Ill...
James McTigue (08/05/04)
James McTigue, 52, of Cave City, formerly of Salem, Ark., died July 31, 2004, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. Born May 2, 1952, at Gary, Ind., he was the son of Michael Patrick and Mildred Mulhern McTigue. He was retired after serving 20 years in the United Sates Air Force and was of the Catholic faith...
James "Jim" Homod (08/05/04)
James "Jim" Douglas Homod, 24, of Kesovick Air Force Base Iceland, died July 28, 2004, at his home. Born July 22, 1980, in Murfreesboro, Tenn., he was the son of Barbara Bailey Homod and John Homod of Hardy. He was a 1998 graduate of Highland High School and was a welder...
George Fernbacher (08/05/04)
George Frank Fern-bacher, 86, of Cherokee Village died July 12, 2004, at Eastern Ozarks Regional Health System in Cherokee Village. Born Oct. 8, 1917, in St. Louis, Mo., he was the son of Eva Morath Fernbacher and George Fernbacher. He was a truck driver and veteran of the Coast Guard during World War II. He was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church of Cherokee Village...
Casimer Paulinski (08/05/04)
Casimer Walter Paulinski, 74, of Salem, Ark., son of the late Casimer Walter and Sophie Kaxmierczak Paulinski was born Oct. 31, 1929, in Chicago, Ill. He died July 28, 2004, at his home. He married Florence Beth Ballinger on March 25, 1950, at Chicago, and to this union five children were born...
Roberta Dean Tugwell (08/05/04)
Robert Dean Tugwell, 76, of Cave Creek community, died July 30, 2004, at a Batesville Nursing and Rehab Center. Born June 16, 1928, near Batesville, she was the daughter of Robert Andrew and Mary Elizabeth Smith Tugwell. She was a farmer, a leather craftsman, raised horses and German Shepherd dogs. She was an avid reader and was of the Methodist faith...
Dan Riley Hackett Jr. (08/05/04)
Dan Riley Hackett Jr., 89, of Thayer, Mo., died July 23, 2004, at Shady Oaks Health Care in Thayer, Mo. Born June 1, 1915, he was the son of Dan Riley Hackett Sr., and Nora Essary Hackett. He was married on March 3, 1940, to Maxine Tucker in West Plains, Mo...
Samuel Anderson (08/05/04)
Samuel Edward Anderson, 76, of Horseshoe Bend, Ark., died July 25, 2004, at Fulton County Hospital in Salem, Ark. Born Sept. 20, 1927, in Maryville, Tenn., he was a veteran of the United States Army. He served his country during World War II. He was retired from the manufacturing industry...
Ruthel Harris (08/05/04)
Ruthel Harris, 93, of Cherokee Village, Ark., died July 30, 2004, at Eastern Ozarks Regional Health System in Cherokee Village. Born Feb. 17, 1911, at Emory, Ark., she was the daughter of Walter Seab Nichols and Susie Arkansas Matlock Nichols. She was a restaurant owner and operator and was of the Pentecostal faith...
Tony Dewayne Collins (08/05/04)
Tony Dewayne Collins 26, of Trumann, Ark., died July 28, 2004, at a Memphis hospital. Born Feb. 23, 1978, at Jonesboro, Ark., he was the son of Roy Lee Collins Sr. and Kathrin Shann Medlock Collins. He was a farmer and a member of McCormick Baptist Church at McCormick...
Henrietta Benner (08/05/04)
Henrietta Benner, 87, of Horseshoe Bend, died July 27, 2004, at North Arkansas Life Care Center in Horseshoe Bend. Born Jan. 25, 1917, she was the daughter of Henry and Augusta Classen Heeren at Watseka, Ill. She was a homemaker, a member of Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church and a volunteer for the North Arkansas Life Care Center in Horseshoe Bend...
Micah McBryde (08/05/04)
Clint and Alicia McBryde have announced the birth of their son, Micah Glenn McBryde, July 6, 2004, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. He weighed 6 pounds, 15.6 ounces. He was welcomed home by his siblings, Molly and Bailey. Grandparents are Glenn and Linda Bailey, William C. McBryde and Paulette Rose...
Eliza McSpadden (08/05/04)
Olivia Vail McSpadden has announced the birth of her sister, Eliza York McSpadden, July 14, 2004, at Three Rivers Healthcare North in Poplar Bluff, Mo. She weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces, and was 19 inches long. Parents are Jimmy and Destiny McSpadden of New Madrid, Mo...
Brenna Wallace (08/05/04)
Rusty and Tania Wallace of Morriston have announced the birth of their daughter, Brenna Renee Inez Wallace, at 9:25 a.m. July 7, 2004, at Cox-South in Springfield, Mo. She weighed 6 pounds, 5 ounces and was 20-1/2 inches long. She is the sister of Blain Allen, 2, and Breten Russell, deceased...
Eliza McSpadden (08/05/04)
Olivia Vail McSpadden has announced the birth of her sister, Eliza York McSpadden, July 14, 2004, at Three Rivers Healthcare North in Poplar Bluff, Mo. She weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces, and was 19 inches long. Parents are Jimmy and Destiny McSpadden of New Madrid, Mo...
Micah McBryde (08/05/04)
Clint and Alicia McBryde have announced the birth of their son, Micah Glenn McBryde, July 6, 2004, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. He weighed 6 pounds, 15.6 ounces. He was welcomed home by his siblings, Molly and Bailey. Grandparents are Glenn and Linda Bailey, William C. McBryde and Paulette Rose...
Brenna Wallace (08/05/04)
Rusty and Tania Wallace of Morriston have announced the birth of their daughter, Brenna Renee Inez Wallace, at 9:25 a.m. July 7, 2004, at Cox-South in Springfield, Mo. She weighed 6 pounds, 5 ounces and was 20-1/2 inches long. She is the sister of Blain Allen, 2, and Breten Russell, deceased...
Boldly Going Nowhere (08/05/04)
There have been two earth-shattering birthdays in my life. One was when I turned 30. The other will be next week when I turn 60. I plan on spending about four days in bed, curled up in the fetal position, wondering how long it takes to get out of a deep depression...
Walking With Jackie the Ripper (08/05/04)
Once upon a time there was a little boy who was really bad to lie. (This is a hill country expression not normally heard in other parts of the world, but we use it a lot around here.) His mother, a born again Christian, tried her best to turn him around but it was not an easy task, he being cursed as he was with a natural aversion to the truth. ...
The news (08/05/04)
Welcome to The South Missourian News. The newspaper in your hands is being mailed to every household in Oregon County and Mammoth Spring. The South Missourian News is the best source of news and information for residents living along the Missouri/Arkansas border...
ConsumerAlert (08/05/04)
Attorney General Mike Beebe has issued an alert reminding senior Arkansans to be careful about whom they allow into their houses. A recent case in east Arkansas has led to a criminal investigation after scam artists went to at least two homes claiming to be with the local Area Agency on Aging (AAA). They were not authorized case workers, but that was not discovered until after they stole hundreds of dollars and gained personal information from their victims...
Walking With Jackie the Ripper (08/05/04)
Once upon a time there was a little boy who was really bad to lie. (This is a hill country expression not normally heard in other parts of the world, but we use it a lot around here.) His mother, a born again Christian, tried her best to turn him around but it was not an easy task, he being cursed as he was with a natural aversion to the truth. ...
Boldly Going Nowhere (08/05/04)
There have been two earth-shattering birthdays in my life. One was when I turned 30. The other will be next week when I turn 60. I plan on spending about four days in bed, curled up in the fetal position, wondering how long it takes to get out of a deep depression...
ConsumerAlert (08/05/04)
Attorney General Mike Beebe has issued an alert reminding senior Arkansans to be careful about whom they allow into their houses. A recent case in east Arkansas has led to a criminal investigation after scam artists went to at least two homes claiming to be with the local Area Agency on Aging (AAA). They were not authorized case workers, but that was not discovered until after they stole hundreds of dollars and gained personal information from their victims...
The news (08/05/04)
Welcome to The South Missourian News. The newspaper in your hands is being mailed to every household in Oregon County and Mammoth Spring. The South Missourian News is the best source of news and information for residents living along the Missouri/Arkansas border...