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Stories from Thursday, February 10, 2005

Sen. Talent rep to be in Alton (02/10/05)
OREGON COUNTY -- U.S Sen. Jim Talent is sending a representative from his office to Alton as part of his "Missouri Matters" community outreach effort. Jeff Glenn, district director for Talent's Southeast Missouri office, will be at the Oregon County Courthouse Feb. 10 at 2 p.m. to meet with area residents...
Couch A+ meetings cancelled until April (02/10/05)
COUCH -- Lacey Sorrell, A+ advisor at Couch School, announced last week that the A+ Advisory/Partnership Plan Committee meetings set at the school for February and March have been canceled. The next planned A+ meeting will be April 4. The committee will complete the A+ evaluation of the program. She said it is important for all members to be present...
Stroll in the park ... (02/10/05)
NICE DAY: James and Robin Eldried of Horseshoe Bend and their son, Braxton, 11 months, enjoy recent 70-degree temperatures at Salem City Park.
Tuesdays with friends (02/10/05)
THAYER -- The first Tuesday of every month several local residents can be found gathering in Patrick Freeman's retirement office. No, they're not in the Freeman's downstairs to review old law books. They are there as members of the Tuesday Book Club II...
Scholarships available from PT clinic (02/10/05)
OREGON COUNTRY -- The Physical Therapy Specialists Clinic is again this year offering five $1,000 college scholarships and one law enforcement scholarship to area high school seniors. The staff of PTSC established college scholarships in 1998 to encourage students from south-central Missouri to continue their education...
Labor of love ... (02/10/05)
VOLUNTEERS: Fun and Friends Senior Citizen Center volunteers Peggy Boren (right) and Betty Sorenson decorate the bulletin board at the senior center getting ready for Valentine's Day.
Mammoth Spring VFW (02/10/05)
Mammoth Spring Fire Chief Steve Simers (center), and Mammoth Spring Police Chief Michael Davis receive certificates of recognition at the Feb. 2 Mammoth Spring VFW meeting. Post Commander Gene Rice (left) congratulated Simers and Davis on the awards...
Federal charges (02/10/05)
A case that law enforcement officials have been building for over a year finally bore fruit Feb. 5 when a federal grand jury indicted 11 suspected members of the largest methamphetamine ring in northern Arkansas. Each member faces life in prison if convicted...
Docs charged with drug possession (02/10/05)
A local physician was arrested Feb. 3 on a drug charge after a two-car wreck near Cherokee Village Elementary School. David Kauffman, 52, of Cherokee Village is charged with possession of a controlled substance, prescription pills; careless and prohibitive driving; no proof of insurance; failure to yield; failure to register; and no license plate...
Sharp 9-1-1 employees fired, confess to stealing signs (02/10/05)
Sharp County 9-1-1 is operating two people short after two dispatchers were fired Jan. 28 in connection with the theft of a county road sign. Central Dispatch Coordinator Holly Smith, part-time dispatcher Vicki Lewis and jailer Tasia Charles admitted they stole the sign from Jones Lane, near Highway 56 west of Ash Flat, in December, Sharp County Sheriff Dale Weaver said...
Two to replace Bost on Salem police force (02/10/05)
The Salem City Council approved a measure Jan. 26 to pay partial salaries to two part-time reserve police officers after Salem Police officer Denny Bost resigned. Reserve police officers Heath Everett and David Keck will receive a $600 salary each month until a replacement for Bost is found...
So far so good (02/10/05)
It has been a smooth transition for new Izard County Judge Rayburn Finley and new Sheriff Tate Lawrence. In their first month of office neither has faced a major crisis, and the good will extended to the two by Izard County residents in the November General Election has continued -- for now...
Federal charges (02/10/05)
A case that law enforcement officials have been building for over a year finally bore fruit Feb. 5 when a federal grand jury indicted 11 suspected members of the largest methamphetamine ring in northern Arkansas. Each member faces life in prison if convicted...
Docs charged with drug possession (02/10/05)
A local physician was arrested Feb. 3 on a drug charge after a two-car wreck near Cherokee Village Elementary School. David Kauffman, 52, of Cherokee Village is charged with possession of a controlled substance, prescription pills; careless and prohibitive driving; no proof of insurance; failure to yield; failure to register; and no license plate...
Sharp 9-1-1 employees fired, confess to stealing signs (02/10/05)
Sharp County 9-1-1 is operating two people short after two dispatchers were fired Jan. 28 in connection with the theft of a county road sign. Central Dispatch Coordinator Holly Smith, part-time dispatcher Vicki Lewis and jailer Tasia Charles admitted they stole the sign from Jones Lane, near Highway 56 west of Ash Flat, in December, Sharp County Sheriff Dale Weaver said...
Two to replace Bost on Salem police force (02/10/05)
The Salem City Council approved a measure Jan. 26 to pay partial salaries to two part-time reserve police officers after Salem Police officer Denny Bost resigned. Reserve police officers Heath Everett and David Keck will receive a $600 salary each month until a replacement for Bost is found...
So far so good (02/10/05)
It has been a smooth transition for new Izard County Judge Rayburn Finley and new Sheriff Tate Lawrence. In their first month of office neither has faced a major crisis, and the good will extended to the two by Izard County residents in the November General Election has continued -- for now...
Scholarships available from PT clinic (02/10/05)
OREGON COUNTRY -- The Physical Therapy Specialists Clinic is again this year offering five $1,000 college scholarships and one law enforcement scholarship to area high school seniors. The staff of PTSC established college scholarships in 1998 to encourage students from south-central Missouri to continue their education...
Sen. Talent rep to be in Alton (02/10/05)
OREGON COUNTY -- U.S Sen. Jim Talent is sending a representative from his office to Alton as part of his "Missouri Matters" community outreach effort. Jeff Glenn, district director for Talent's Southeast Missouri office, will be at the Oregon County Courthouse Feb. 10 at 2 p.m. to meet with area residents...
Mammoth Spring VFW (02/10/05)
Mammoth Spring Fire Chief Steve Simers (center), and Mammoth Spring Police Chief Michael Davis receive certificates of recognition at the Feb. 2 Mammoth Spring VFW meeting. Post Commander Gene Rice (left) congratulated Simers and Davis on the awards...
Labor of love ... (02/10/05)
VOLUNTEERS: Fun and Friends Senior Citizen Center volunteers Peggy Boren (right) and Betty Sorenson decorate the bulletin board at the senior center getting ready for Valentine's Day.
Tuesdays with friends (02/10/05)
THAYER -- The first Tuesday of every month several local residents can be found gathering in Patrick Freeman's retirement office. No, they're not in the Freeman's downstairs to review old law books. They are there as members of the Tuesday Book Club II...
Stroll in the park ... (02/10/05)
NICE DAY: James and Robin Eldried of Horseshoe Bend and their son, Braxton, 11 months, enjoy recent 70-degree temperatures at Salem City Park.
Couch A+ meetings cancelled until April (02/10/05)
COUCH -- Lacey Sorrell, A+ advisor at Couch School, announced last week that the A+ Advisory/Partnership Plan Committee meetings set at the school for February and March have been canceled. The next planned A+ meeting will be April 4. The committee will complete the A+ evaluation of the program. She said it is important for all members to be present...
Home, garden show set (02/10/05)
The 13th annual Home and Garden Show will be March 5 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and March 6 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the West Plains Civic Center. For the first time ever, patrons can purchase items directly from the exhibitors during the show. With a paid admission of $2, patrons will be eligible to enter into a drawing to win Builder Bucks. ...
Fish day set in Sharp Co. (02/10/05)
The Sharp County Conservation District will hold its annual fish day March 17. Orders will be accepted until March 15 for catfish, albino catfish, hybrid bluegill, crappie, grass carp (white amur) and fathead minnows. For more information or to place an order call 870-994-7335, ext. 3...
Fish day set in Sharp Co. (02/10/05)
The Sharp County Conservation District will hold its annual fish day March 17. Orders will be accepted until March 15 for catfish, albino catfish, hybrid bluegill, crappie, grass carp (white amur) and fathead minnows. For more information or to place an order call 870-994-7335, ext. 3...
Home, garden show set (02/10/05)
The 13th annual Home and Garden Show will be March 5 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and March 6 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the West Plains Civic Center. For the first time ever, patrons can purchase items directly from the exhibitors during the show. With a paid admission of $2, patrons will be eligible to enter into a drawing to win Builder Bucks. ...
Bluebirds top Evening Shade (02/10/05)
Although Michael Nunnally tossed in 22 points, including three treys on the night, the homestanding Evening Shade Tigers lost to the Calico Rock Pirates 55-44 in non-conference play Feb. 1. Matt Bradley and Jacob Martin followed with six points apiece for the Tigers, while Jason Miller and Andy French tallied five points each...
Slow start follows Hounds to Viola Longhorn Corral (02/10/05)
The following are a few signs of sure trouble: If you're out in the middle of a frozen pond and you hear the ice cracking around you, you know you're in trouble. If you're 150 miles away from the nearest gas station and your fuel gauge reads E, you know you're in trouble...
Cougars split pair with Thayer (02/10/05)
The Izard County Consolidated Cougars played host to the Thayer Bobcats at the Cougars' Den in Brockwell Feb. 5 and split a pair of senior high games with their visitors from Oregon County, Mo. In the girls' tilt, ICC (24-8) got 24 points, nine rebounds and six assists from Brittney Richardson as the Lady Cougars bested the Lady Bobcats 66-55...
Bluejays finish strong against Mammoth Spring in Bears' Den (02/10/05)
Taking a a page straight out of the "It's not how you start, but how you finish," book, the Koshkonong Bluejays shook of a sluggish beginning to wrap things up strong against the Mammoth Spring Bears Feb. 1. Down by double digits right off the bat, the Bluejays pulled together in the second half to knock off Mammoth Spring 64-60 at the Bears' Den...
Bobcats untouched in SCA play (02/10/05)
With Brett Ward leading the way by tossing in a game-high 23 points, the Thayer Bobcats remained unscathed in South Central Association play by besting the Ava Bears 61-48 at home Feb. 4. Down 21-23 at the half, the Cats (17-2, 3-0) came roaring back by outpacing Ava 21-5 in the third period...
Bobcats untouched in SCA play (02/10/05)
With Brett Ward leading the way by tossing in a game-high 23 points, the Thayer Bobcats remained unscathed in South Central Association play by besting the Ava Bears 61-48 at home Feb. 4. Down 21-23 at the half, the Cats (17-2, 3-0) came roaring back by outpacing Ava 21-5 in the third period...
Bluebirds top Evening Shade (02/10/05)
Although Michael Nunnally tossed in 22 points, including three treys on the night, the homestanding Evening Shade Tigers lost to the Calico Rock Pirates 55-44 in non-conference play Feb. 1. Matt Bradley and Jacob Martin followed with six points apiece for the Tigers, while Jason Miller and Andy French tallied five points each...
Cougars split pair with Thayer (02/10/05)
The Izard County Consolidated Cougars played host to the Thayer Bobcats at the Cougars' Den in Brockwell Feb. 5 and split a pair of senior high games with their visitors from Oregon County, Mo. In the girls' tilt, ICC (24-8) got 24 points, nine rebounds and six assists from Brittney Richardson as the Lady Cougars bested the Lady Bobcats 66-55...
Bluejays finish strong against Mammoth Spring in Bears' Den (02/10/05)
Taking a a page straight out of the "It's not how you start, but how you finish," book, the Koshkonong Bluejays shook of a sluggish beginning to wrap things up strong against the Mammoth Spring Bears Feb. 1. Down by double digits right off the bat, the Bluejays pulled together in the second half to knock off Mammoth Spring 64-60 at the Bears' Den...
Slow start follows Hounds to Viola Longhorn Corral (02/10/05)
The following are a few signs of sure trouble: If you're out in the middle of a frozen pond and you hear the ice cracking around you, you know you're in trouble. If you're 150 miles away from the nearest gas station and your fuel gauge reads E, you know you're in trouble...
William "Bill" Williams (02/10/05)
William Raleigh (Bill) Williams, of Viola, son of the late Sam and Evelyn Darr Williams, was born Feb. 5, 1927 in Alton, Mo. He died Feb. 1, 2005 at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, at the age of 77 years, 11 months and 27 days. He married June Whitten on June 3, 1945 at Alton, Mo. ...
Clifton Taylor (02/10/05)
Clifton Taylor, 71, of Evening Shade died Feb. 3, 2005, at his home. Born Oct. 24, 1933, in Evening Shade, he was the son of Elbert and Reba Qualls Taylor. At age 13 his father died leaving him to provide for his mother and four siblings. After unsuccessfully trying to farm, he joined the U.S. ...
Haythen Burch & Rylan Burch (02/10/05)
Haythen Eugene and Rylan Eugene Burch of Mountain Home were delivered stillborn Jan. 28 at Baxter Regional Medical Center. They are survived by their father, Kevin Burch and mother, Samanta Cooper of Mountain Home; paternal grandparents -- Darren Burch of Salem and Anita Walde of Mountain Home; paternal great-grandparents -- Loyd Burch of Pocahontas, Lorene Elliot of Mountain Home, and Betty Hankins of Vilonia; maternal grandparents -- James Cooper of Del Rio, Texas, Diane Cooper of Lakeview; and paternal great-grandparents -- Amos Johnson of Splendora, Texas.. ...
Floyd Stahly (02/10/05)
Floyd Stahly, 87, of Cave City died Jan. 31 at his home. Born March 23, 1917, at Stuttgart, he was the son of Adam and Maggie Evans Stahly. He was a retired farmer and a member of Cave City Church of Christ. He was preceeded in death by his parents; his wife, Jean C. Stahly; a son, Larry Stahly; two brothers -- Paul Stahly and Ralph Stahly; and three sisters -- Blanche Smith, Bessie Causey and Pearl Clark...
Mary Jane Smith (02/10/05)
Mary Jane Smith, 70, daugher of the late Claude Van and Eunice Shackleford Waldon, was born July 15, 1934, in Muldrow, Okla. She died Jan. 22, 2005, in Horseshoe Bend. She spent her working years as a loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and a baby sitter...
Lee Roy Engle (02/10/05)
Lee Roy Engle, 62, of Sidney died Feb. 5, 2005, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. Born April 16, 1942, at Mountain View, Ark., he was the son of Woodrow and Myrtle Price Engle. He was a construction worker, served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War, was a member and past Commander of Veterans of Foreign Wars post 8042 and a member of Sidney Baptist Church...
Bertha Alice Weiss (02/10/05)
Bertha Alice Weiss, 87, of Alton died Jan. 31, 2005, at Shady Oaks Healthcare in Thayer. Born Feb. 28, 1917, in Republic, Kan., she was the daughter of Frank and Mary J. Millern. She retired from the Denver, Colo., public school system in the 1970s after nearly 30 years of service...
Mary Lueler Combs (02/10/05)
Mary Lueler Combs, 94, of Thayer died Jan. 31 in West Plains. Born June 4, 1910 in Oregon County, she was the daughter of John Henry Hand and Peggy Elizabth Vanzant Hand. She married Lee F. Combs in December 1931 in Oregon County. He preceeded her in death in 1990...
Carol A. Braun (02/10/05)
Carol A. Braun, 68, of Cherokee Village died Feb. 3, 2005, at the Ash Flat Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. Born Sept. 2, 1936, in Dupo, Ill., she was the daughter of Henry Soehnlin and Ida Lindemien Soehnlin. She moved to Cherokee Village 25 years ago from Granite City, Ill. She was a member of the Ladies of the Highland Elks and St. Michael's Catholic Church in Cherokee Village...
Lee Roy Engle (02/10/05)
Lee Roy Engle, 62, of Sidney died Feb. 5, 2005, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. Born April 16, 1942, at Mountain View, Ark., he was the son of Woodrow and Myrtle Price Engle. He was a construction worker, served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War, was a member and past Commander of Veterans of Foreign Wars post 8042 and a member of Sidney Baptist Church...
Bertha Alice Weiss (02/10/05)
Bertha Alice Weiss, 87, of Alton died Jan. 31, 2005, at Shady Oaks Healthcare in Thayer. Born Feb. 28, 1917, in Republic, Kan., she was the daughter of Frank and Mary J. Millern. She retired from the Denver, Colo., public school system in the 1970s after nearly 30 years of service...
Mary Lueler Combs (02/10/05)
Mary Lueler Combs, 94, of Thayer died Jan. 31 in West Plains. Born June 4, 1910 in Oregon County, she was the daughter of John Henry Hand and Peggy Elizabth Vanzant Hand. She married Lee F. Combs in December 1931 in Oregon County. He preceeded her in death in 1990...
Carol A. Braun (02/10/05)
Carol A. Braun, 68, of Cherokee Village died Feb. 3, 2005, at the Ash Flat Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. Born Sept. 2, 1936, in Dupo, Ill., she was the daughter of Henry Soehnlin and Ida Lindemien Soehnlin. She moved to Cherokee Village 25 years ago from Granite City, Ill. She was a member of the Ladies of the Highland Elks and St. Michael's Catholic Church in Cherokee Village...
Haythen Burch & Rylan Burch (02/10/05)
Haythen Eugene and Rylan Eugene Burch of Mountain Home were delivered stillborn Jan. 28 at Baxter Regional Medical Center. They are survived by their father, Kevin Burch and mother, Samanta Cooper of Mountain Home; paternal grandparents -- Darren Burch of Salem and Anita Walde of Mountain Home; paternal great-grandparents -- Loyd Burch of Pocahontas, Lorene Elliot of Mountain Home, and Betty Hankins of Vilonia; maternal grandparents -- James Cooper of Del Rio, Texas, Diane Cooper of Lakeview; and paternal great-grandparents -- Amos Johnson of Splendora, Texas.. ...
William "Bill" Williams (02/10/05)
William Raleigh (Bill) Williams, of Viola, son of the late Sam and Evelyn Darr Williams, was born Feb. 5, 1927 in Alton, Mo. He died Feb. 1, 2005 at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, at the age of 77 years, 11 months and 27 days. He married June Whitten on June 3, 1945 at Alton, Mo. ...
Mary Jane Smith (02/10/05)
Mary Jane Smith, 70, daugher of the late Claude Van and Eunice Shackleford Waldon, was born July 15, 1934, in Muldrow, Okla. She died Jan. 22, 2005, in Horseshoe Bend. She spent her working years as a loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and a baby sitter...
Floyd Stahly (02/10/05)
Floyd Stahly, 87, of Cave City died Jan. 31 at his home. Born March 23, 1917, at Stuttgart, he was the son of Adam and Maggie Evans Stahly. He was a retired farmer and a member of Cave City Church of Christ. He was preceeded in death by his parents; his wife, Jean C. Stahly; a son, Larry Stahly; two brothers -- Paul Stahly and Ralph Stahly; and three sisters -- Blanche Smith, Bessie Causey and Pearl Clark...
Clifton Taylor (02/10/05)
Clifton Taylor, 71, of Evening Shade died Feb. 3, 2005, at his home. Born Oct. 24, 1933, in Evening Shade, he was the son of Elbert and Reba Qualls Taylor. At age 13 his father died leaving him to provide for his mother and four siblings. After unsuccessfully trying to farm, he joined the U.S. ...
Connor Michael Cadenbach (02/10/05)
Greg and Jo Ann Cadenbach of Viola and Rick and Sandy Hodges of Elizabeth have announced the birth of their first grandchild, Connor Michael Cadenbach, born Jan. 23, 2005, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. He weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces, and was 20 1/2 inches long...
Kaelyn Danielle Gooch (02/10/05)
Brian and Jamie Gooch of Cherokee Village have announced the birth of their daughter, Kaelyn Danielle Gooch, on Jan. 31, 2005, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. She weighed 6 pounds, 9 ounces. She was welcomed by siblings Payton Gooch and Hayley Cormican...
Connor Michael Cadenbach (02/10/05)
Greg and Jo Ann Cadenbach of Viola and Rick and Sandy Hodges of Elizabeth have announced the birth of their first grandchild, Connor Michael Cadenbach, born Jan. 23, 2005, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. He weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces, and was 20 1/2 inches long...
Kaelyn Danielle Gooch (02/10/05)
Brian and Jamie Gooch of Cherokee Village have announced the birth of their daughter, Kaelyn Danielle Gooch, on Jan. 31, 2005, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. She weighed 6 pounds, 9 ounces. She was welcomed by siblings Payton Gooch and Hayley Cormican...
Patterson, Leslie to wed (02/10/05)
Dee and Debbie Patterson of Harrison have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sarah Ruth Patterson, to Benjamin James Leslie, son of Dr. Thomas Steven Leslie of Harrison and Rena McCall of Conway. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Norma and Jack Newman of Harrison, the late Dr. Joe Bill Wilson, and Don Patterson and Sylvia Patterson, both of Springdale...
Patterson, Leslie to wed (02/10/05)
Dee and Debbie Patterson of Harrison have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sarah Ruth Patterson, to Benjamin James Leslie, son of Dr. Thomas Steven Leslie of Harrison and Rena McCall of Conway. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Norma and Jack Newman of Harrison, the late Dr. Joe Bill Wilson, and Don Patterson and Sylvia Patterson, both of Springdale...
Parents advised to discuss substation safety with children (02/10/05)
As reality television shows continue to grow in popularity it is important to remember that although they are "real," the outcome of some of the stunts could have much different results. Such is the case with a stunt performed on the NBC television show Fear Factor Jan. 31, which placed contestants within the proximity of an electric substation where they received minor shocks. This sort of behavior -- in real life -- is extremely dangerous, even fatal...
Fulton County Fair Association plans Flea Market (02/10/05)
The Fulton County Fair Association will hold the annual Spring Fairgrounds Flea Market in conjunction with the Salem Chamber of Commerce's Community Yard Sale April 9. The Fairgrounds Flea Market continues to grow and has expanded to three buildings with over 90 spaces available for rent. ...
Seniors can get help with tax preparation (02/10/05)
The Alton Senior Center and Thayer Senior Center will offer free assistance with completing the state of Missouri property tax credit application. This credit is based on real estate tax, rent paid, mobile home lot rental, personal property tax on mobile homes or nursing home costs paid. Applicants must have been 65 or older by Dec. 31, 2004, age 60 or older if receiving surviving spouse benefits or 100 percent disabled, and they must have been a Missouri resident for the entire year of 2004...
Boldly Going Nowhere (02/10/05)
President Franklin Roosevelt (Democrat) introduced the Social Security system in 1935. Republicans in Congress wanted it to be voluntary but Democrats were in control and yearning for socialistic reforms so the system became mandatory. The program required employees to pay 1.5 cents for each dollar they earned, up to $3,000, beginning in 1940. ...
Boldly Going Nowhere (02/10/05)
President Franklin Roosevelt (Democrat) introduced the Social Security system in 1935. Republicans in Congress wanted it to be voluntary but Democrats were in control and yearning for socialistic reforms so the system became mandatory. The program required employees to pay 1.5 cents for each dollar they earned, up to $3,000, beginning in 1940. ...
Seniors can get help with tax preparation (02/10/05)
The Alton Senior Center and Thayer Senior Center will offer free assistance with completing the state of Missouri property tax credit application. This credit is based on real estate tax, rent paid, mobile home lot rental, personal property tax on mobile homes or nursing home costs paid. Applicants must have been 65 or older by Dec. 31, 2004, age 60 or older if receiving surviving spouse benefits or 100 percent disabled, and they must have been a Missouri resident for the entire year of 2004...
Parents advised to discuss substation safety with children (02/10/05)
As reality television shows continue to grow in popularity it is important to remember that although they are "real," the outcome of some of the stunts could have much different results. Such is the case with a stunt performed on the NBC television show Fear Factor Jan. 31, which placed contestants within the proximity of an electric substation where they received minor shocks. This sort of behavior -- in real life -- is extremely dangerous, even fatal...
Fulton County Fair Association plans Flea Market (02/10/05)
The Fulton County Fair Association will hold the annual Spring Fairgrounds Flea Market in conjunction with the Salem Chamber of Commerce's Community Yard Sale April 9. The Fairgrounds Flea Market continues to grow and has expanded to three buildings with over 90 spaces available for rent. ...