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Stories from Thursday, February 17, 2005

MODot supports primary seat belt law (02/17/05)
OREGON COUNTY -- Officials with the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) are pushing the passage of Senate Bill 256, the primary seat belt law. The bill was presented in the Missouri Legislature last session but failed to pass in the last days of the legislative session...
JP resigns from Fulton quorum court (02/17/05)
Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee will chose a replacement for Fulton County District 4 Justice of the Peace Doug Cunningham, who resigned Feb. 7. The resignation will not be formally accepted by the court until March. Fulton County Judge Charles Willett said Cunningham bought a farm in Camp and no longer resides in District 4...
SCOCOG meeting slated in West Plains (02/17/05)
AREA -- A public forum will be held at the South Central Ozark Council of Governments office Feb. 28 at 10 a.m. The meeting will be in the conference room. The SCOCOG office is located in the ODC Industrial Park at Pomona just off Highway 63 near the West Plains Municipal Airport...
Thayer council may raise cemetery plot price (02/17/05)
THAYER - The Thayer City Council opened several sealed bids and accepted them for surplus city merchandise at the Feb. 8 council meeting. Some of the items sold include: a Ford truck, two Heckingdorn riding lawnmowers, a White riding lawn mower, an Ariens 16-horse V twin riding lawnmower, one generator, a jungle gym and a large slide...
Sharp Medical Foundation to buy hospital (02/17/05)
Sharp County residents may have a hospital before the end of the summer. The Sharp Medical Foundation reached a tentative agreement Feb. 11 with Robert Becht to purchase Eastern Ozarks Regional Health System. Sharp Medical Chairman Jay Torbit said Becht agreed to sell the Cherokee Village hospital for $4 million...
4 injured in school bus rear-ending (02/17/05)
Three Salem Elementary students and their bus driver were injured Feb. 11 after a tractor trailer rear-ended their school bus at approximately 3:20 p.m. on Highway 9, 4 1/2 miles north of Salem. The students were transported to Fulton County Hospital for treatment. The injured children were seated at the time of the wreck...
State will not decrease Couch's per pupil money (02/17/05)
COUCH SCHOOL -- Couch School Superintendent Rolla Fraley and Couch School Board President Ron Combs recently attended a Legislature Forum in Jefferson City. They reported at the Feb. 8 Couch School Board meeting that the Jefferson City meeting basically dealt with plans to rewrite the state school funding formula...
King and queen ... (02/17/05)
VALENTINE ROYALTY: Tony and Betty Bamber were crowned 2005 Fun and Friends Senior Citizen Center Valentine Royalty Feb. 14 at the center. Last year's queen Agnes Johnson crowned Betty. Other candidates were: Marge Otto and Irvon Strong; Barbara and Virgil Clark; Edith and Richard Robinson; and Verti Mills and Lloyd Summers...
Bishop pleased with smooth job transition (02/17/05)
It was the happiest day of Vickie Bishop's professional life. And her most nerve racking. On May 18, 2004, Fulton County voters overwhelmingly chose Bishop to replace her retiring boss, Gene Maguffey, as Fulton County clerk. The pinnacle of her professional life was in private a sad day for her too...
Citywide cleanup (02/17/05)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Residents in the city of Mammoth Spring who have junky or unkempt yards can expect a notice from City Hall telling them they have an allotted amount of time to get their property cleaned up or they will have a court date set. The Mammoth Spring City Council at its Feb. 7 meeting discussed the half dozen or so yards in the city it thought posed a problem...
Legacy Hospice opens in Salem (02/17/05)
The terminally ill in Fulton and Sharp counties now have a service to cope with their condition -- Legacy Hospice in Salem. "We want to help as many people as we possible can," said Becky Taylor, Legacy Hospice office manager. Taylor spoke Feb. 10 after Legacy opened its office on the court square in Salem...
King and queen ... (02/17/05)
VALENTINE ROYALTY: Tony and Betty Bamber were crowned 2005 Fun and Friends Senior Citizen Center Valentine Royalty Feb. 14 at the center. Last year's queen Agnes Johnson crowned Betty. Other candidates were: Marge Otto and Irvon Strong; Barbara and Virgil Clark; Edith and Richard Robinson; and Verti Mills and Lloyd Summers...
Thayer council may raise cemetery plot price (02/17/05)
THAYER - The Thayer City Council opened several sealed bids and accepted them for surplus city merchandise at the Feb. 8 council meeting. Some of the items sold include: a Ford truck, two Heckingdorn riding lawnmowers, a White riding lawn mower, an Ariens 16-horse V twin riding lawnmower, one generator, a jungle gym and a large slide...
Sharp Medical Foundation to buy hospital (02/17/05)
Sharp County residents may have a hospital before the end of the summer. The Sharp Medical Foundation reached a tentative agreement Feb. 11 with Robert Becht to purchase Eastern Ozarks Regional Health System. Sharp Medical Chairman Jay Torbit said Becht agreed to sell the Cherokee Village hospital for $4 million...
State will not decrease Couch's per pupil money (02/17/05)
COUCH SCHOOL -- Couch School Superintendent Rolla Fraley and Couch School Board President Ron Combs recently attended a Legislature Forum in Jefferson City. They reported at the Feb. 8 Couch School Board meeting that the Jefferson City meeting basically dealt with plans to rewrite the state school funding formula...
SCOCOG meeting slated in West Plains (02/17/05)
AREA -- A public forum will be held at the South Central Ozark Council of Governments office Feb. 28 at 10 a.m. The meeting will be in the conference room. The SCOCOG office is located in the ODC Industrial Park at Pomona just off Highway 63 near the West Plains Municipal Airport...
4 injured in school bus rear-ending (02/17/05)
Three Salem Elementary students and their bus driver were injured Feb. 11 after a tractor trailer rear-ended their school bus at approximately 3:20 p.m. on Highway 9, 4 1/2 miles north of Salem. The students were transported to Fulton County Hospital for treatment. The injured children were seated at the time of the wreck...
MODot supports primary seat belt law (02/17/05)
OREGON COUNTY -- Officials with the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) are pushing the passage of Senate Bill 256, the primary seat belt law. The bill was presented in the Missouri Legislature last session but failed to pass in the last days of the legislative session...
JP resigns from Fulton quorum court (02/17/05)
Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee will chose a replacement for Fulton County District 4 Justice of the Peace Doug Cunningham, who resigned Feb. 7. The resignation will not be formally accepted by the court until March. Fulton County Judge Charles Willett said Cunningham bought a farm in Camp and no longer resides in District 4...
Bishop pleased with smooth job transition (02/17/05)
It was the happiest day of Vickie Bishop's professional life. And her most nerve racking. On May 18, 2004, Fulton County voters overwhelmingly chose Bishop to replace her retiring boss, Gene Maguffey, as Fulton County clerk. The pinnacle of her professional life was in private a sad day for her too...
Citywide cleanup (02/17/05)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Residents in the city of Mammoth Spring who have junky or unkempt yards can expect a notice from City Hall telling them they have an allotted amount of time to get their property cleaned up or they will have a court date set. The Mammoth Spring City Council at its Feb. 7 meeting discussed the half dozen or so yards in the city it thought posed a problem...
Legacy Hospice opens in Salem (02/17/05)
The terminally ill in Fulton and Sharp counties now have a service to cope with their condition -- Legacy Hospice in Salem. "We want to help as many people as we possible can," said Becky Taylor, Legacy Hospice office manager. Taylor spoke Feb. 10 after Legacy opened its office on the court square in Salem...
Sutherland turns 88 (02/17/05)
A drop-in party was given in honor of Evelyn Turner Sutherland Feb. 5 for her 88th birthday. Those attending were Bob and Rita Turner, Judy and Don Smith, Pat Welch, Jan and Andy Wood, Perry, Jeneta and Jeremy Turner, Donna and James Reed, Cindy, Donnie, Kristy and Stacey Callahan, Debbie Ball, Tom, Kim and Emily Wood, Gayle and Norman Cozort, Caroline Sims, Marcia, Harvey and Nicholas Allen, Denisea King, and Jessica and Maddie Rudd. ...
Sharp GOP committee hosts for regional meeting (02/17/05)
The Sharp County Republican Committee will be hosts for the White River Regional Republican Committee meeting at Cylde's Chuckwagon Restaurant on Highway 412/62 in Highland at 7 p.m. Feb. 18. All interested persons are invited to attend. For more information, call state committeeman A.C. McClaran at 870-966- 3629...
Sharp GOP committee hosts for regional meeting (02/17/05)
The Sharp County Republican Committee will be hosts for the White River Regional Republican Committee meeting at Cylde's Chuckwagon Restaurant on Highway 412/62 in Highland at 7 p.m. Feb. 18. All interested persons are invited to attend. For more information, call state committeeman A.C. McClaran at 870-966- 3629...
Sutherland turns 88 (02/17/05)
A drop-in party was given in honor of Evelyn Turner Sutherland Feb. 5 for her 88th birthday. Those attending were Bob and Rita Turner, Judy and Don Smith, Pat Welch, Jan and Andy Wood, Perry, Jeneta and Jeremy Turner, Donna and James Reed, Cindy, Donnie, Kristy and Stacey Callahan, Debbie Ball, Tom, Kim and Emily Wood, Gayle and Norman Cozort, Caroline Sims, Marcia, Harvey and Nicholas Allen, Denisea King, and Jessica and Maddie Rudd. ...
Kosh tramples Lions (02/17/05)
Taking a break from Big Spring Conference play, the Koshkonong Bluejays hammered Bakersfield 74-54 in non-conference hoops action Feb. 8. The Jays were paced by a game-high 27 points from Justin Rigel in the big win. Shane Waggoner tallied 12, Levi Roark followed with 14, and Tyler Roark nine. Lucas England hit for five, Greg Spoor four, Nathan Evans two and Ryan Ball one...
Cougars split home duel with Rebels (02/17/05)
Although it was Senior Night at the Cougar Den in Brockwell Feb. 8, it was a sophomore who stole the show as the Izard County Consolidated Lady Cougars played host to the Highland Lady Rebels in a non-conference tilt that both squads played with one eye focused on this week's district tournament action...
Rematch with Dawgs no thriller for Comets (02/17/05)
Less than a week-and-a-half after battling Van Buren for the championship of the Big Spring Conference Tournament, the Alton Comets welcomed the Bulldogs to Oregon County for a rematch. Although it took three overtimes in the earlier contest to do it, the Comets knocked off the Bulldogs 83-79 in the tourney finals to claim their 13th straight Big Spring Conference Tournament crown...
Melbourne invades junior district finals (02/17/05)
After crashing into the finals at the Izard County Tournament a couple of weeks earlier, Melbourne's junior hoopsters were at it again, this time with the junior Bearkatz and junior Lady Bearkatz both playing their way into the final round of the 2AA-North Junior High District Tournament at Harold Ray Jeffery Gymnasium on the campus of Calico Rock High School Feb. 12...
Cougars split home duel with Rebels (02/17/05)
Although it was Senior Night at the Cougar Den in Brockwell Feb. 8, it was a sophomore who stole the show as the Izard County Consolidated Lady Cougars played host to the Highland Lady Rebels in a non-conference tilt that both squads played with one eye focused on this week's district tournament action...
Kosh tramples Lions (02/17/05)
Taking a break from Big Spring Conference play, the Koshkonong Bluejays hammered Bakersfield 74-54 in non-conference hoops action Feb. 8. The Jays were paced by a game-high 27 points from Justin Rigel in the big win. Shane Waggoner tallied 12, Levi Roark followed with 14, and Tyler Roark nine. Lucas England hit for five, Greg Spoor four, Nathan Evans two and Ryan Ball one...
Melbourne invades junior district finals (02/17/05)
After crashing into the finals at the Izard County Tournament a couple of weeks earlier, Melbourne's junior hoopsters were at it again, this time with the junior Bearkatz and junior Lady Bearkatz both playing their way into the final round of the 2AA-North Junior High District Tournament at Harold Ray Jeffery Gymnasium on the campus of Calico Rock High School Feb. 12...
Rematch with Dawgs no thriller for Comets (02/17/05)
Less than a week-and-a-half after battling Van Buren for the championship of the Big Spring Conference Tournament, the Alton Comets welcomed the Bulldogs to Oregon County for a rematch. Although it took three overtimes in the earlier contest to do it, the Comets knocked off the Bulldogs 83-79 in the tourney finals to claim their 13th straight Big Spring Conference Tournament crown...
Catherine Rolli (02/17/05)
Catherine Marie Rolli, 92, of Ash Flat, died Feb. 5, 2005, at Eaglecrest Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Ash Flat. Born April 20, 1912, in Dayton, Ohio, she was the daughter of Charles Milby and Laura Lairmore Milby. She worked many years as an inspector for General Motors. She was a member of the Baptist church...
Eugene B. Askren (02/17/05)
Eugene B. Askren, 77, of Mountain Home. formerly of Ash Flat, died Feb. 5, 2005, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. Born April 21, 1927, in Croydon, Ind., he was the son of Smith K. Askren and L. Ethel Randall Askren. He moved to the Sharp County area from Anderson, Ind. ...
Margaret Meek (02/17/05)
Margaret Olympia Wadley Meek, 100, died Feb. 11, 2005, at Shady Oaks Nursing Home in Thayer, Mo. A daughter of Mr. and Mrs Kelly Wadley, she was born Jan. 13, 1905, in Arkabutla, Miss. On August 20, 1920 she married John Meek. They made their home in Marvell, Ark. in the late 1930s, where they remained until moving to Thayer in 1990. She was a membr of Calvary Baptist Church in Marvell and formerly worked as a sales clerk...
Bert L. Miller (02/17/05)
Bert L. Miller, 69 , of St. Charles, Mo., died Jan. 20, 2005, at St. Joseph Health Center. He was born May 1, 1935 , to Monroe and Florence Miller in Gatewood, Mo. Mr. Miller was an athletic director and coach who had been employed by the St. Charles School District for 25 years before retirement...
Charles Leon Darneille (02/17/05)
Charles Leon Faulkner Darneille of Salem died unexpectedly Feb. 4, 2005 at Ozark Medical Center in West Plains. Born July 1, 1920, in Washington, D. C., he was the 10th child of Joseph A. Darneille and Evelyn L. Marschalk Darneille. He graduated from high school in Yonkers, N.Y., and attended Lafayette College in Easton, Pa., the University of Chicago and the University of Arizona. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II as a corpsman in Panama...
Donita Brewer Fore (02/17/05)
Donita Brewer Fore, 74, of Sidney died Feb. 10, 2005, at Sharp Nursing Home in Sidney. Born Dec. 24, 1930, in Wellington, Texas, she was the daughter of Oscar J. and Martha Askew Brewer. She was a retired bank employee and a member of Cumberland Presbyterian Church at Sidney...
Raydean Prewett (02/17/05)
Bernard Raydean Prewett, 79, son of the late Boyce Bernard and Mattie Eunice Butler Prewett, was born on Oct. 7, 1925, in Union, Ark. He died Feb. 12, 2005, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem. He was married to Buna Ann Stroud Aug. 9, 1943, at Wheeling, and to this union a son was born. ...
Vera J. Brawley (02/17/05)
Vera J. Roberts Brawley, 68, of Ozark Acres died Feb. 10, 2005, at her residence. Born Oct. 19, 1936, in Wilson, Ark., she was the daughter of Charles Marion Stafford and Ollie Jane Randolph Stafford. She was a member of the American Legion and was a homemaker...
Robert F. Emerson (02/17/05)
Robert F. Emerson, 76, of Mountain Home, was born Dec. 9, 1928, to James and Velva Lively Emerson in Colt, Ark. He died Feb. 12. 2005, at the Baxter Regional Medical Center. He married Berniece Detloff Emerson. He was a retired master diesel mechanic from the Local 150 Union, Operating Engineers Unit. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Chicago. He was a member of the Emmanuel Church. He enjoyed cohoes fishing, boating, RV riding and skeet shooting...
Alvin Lee Young (02/17/05)
Alvin Lee Young, 53, son of William Weaver and Bonnie Jean Zackery Young, was born Oct. 16, 1951, in Mountain Home, Ark. He died Feb. 10, 2005, at his home in Salem. Alvin spent his working years as a father and truck driver. He served his country in the United States Army and was of the Pentecostal faith...
Frances C. Repshas (02/17/05)
Frances C. Repshas, 89, of Cherokee Village died Feb. 8, 2005, at her daughter's residence in Warren, Mich. Born April 1, 1915, in Detroit, she was the daughter of Joseph Naujokas and Esther Dzenkauskas Naujokas. She moved to Cherokee Village 31 years ago from Detroit with her husband, Joseph. She was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church in Cherokee Village...
Raymond Lee Jackson (02/17/05)
Raymond Lee Jackson, 70, of Booneville, Ark., formerly of Salem, died Feb. 10, 2005, in Booneville. He was a construction worker. He attended school at Salem as a child. Survivors include a daughter, Joyce Ann Guglielmino; two sons -- Lanny Jackson of Booneville, and Vernon Gene Jackson of Kansas City, Mo.; four sisters -- Carolyn Wood of Carbondale, Kan., Maxine May and Pauline Dreyfess, both of St. Louis, and Mable Galoti of Winsfield, Mo.; eight grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren...
Louis Loftsgard (02/17/05)
Louis Vernon "Buster" Loftsgard, 75 of Cherokee Village died Feb. 10, 2005, at St. Vincent's Hospital in Little Rock. Born Nov. 12, 1929, in Elgin, Iowa, he was the son of Louis Loftsgard and Jessie Opperud Loftsgard. He worked many years as a carpenter and painter. He was a veteran of the United States Navy serving during the Korean War...
Raymond Lee Jackson (02/17/05)
Raymond Lee Jackson, 70, of Booneville, Ark., formerly of Salem, died Feb. 10, 2005, in Booneville. He was a construction worker. He attended school at Salem as a child. Survivors include a daughter, Joyce Ann Guglielmino; two sons -- Lanny Jackson of Booneville, and Vernon Gene Jackson of Kansas City, Mo.; four sisters -- Carolyn Wood of Carbondale, Kan., Maxine May and Pauline Dreyfess, both of St. Louis, and Mable Galoti of Winsfield, Mo.; eight grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren...
Charles Leon Darneille (02/17/05)
Charles Leon Faulkner Darneille of Salem died unexpectedly Feb. 4, 2005 at Ozark Medical Center in West Plains. Born July 1, 1920, in Washington, D. C., he was the 10th child of Joseph A. Darneille and Evelyn L. Marschalk Darneille. He graduated from high school in Yonkers, N.Y., and attended Lafayette College in Easton, Pa., the University of Chicago and the University of Arizona. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II as a corpsman in Panama...
Vera J. Brawley (02/17/05)
Vera J. Roberts Brawley, 68, of Ozark Acres died Feb. 10, 2005, at her residence. Born Oct. 19, 1936, in Wilson, Ark., she was the daughter of Charles Marion Stafford and Ollie Jane Randolph Stafford. She was a member of the American Legion and was a homemaker...
Donita Brewer Fore (02/17/05)
Donita Brewer Fore, 74, of Sidney died Feb. 10, 2005, at Sharp Nursing Home in Sidney. Born Dec. 24, 1930, in Wellington, Texas, she was the daughter of Oscar J. and Martha Askew Brewer. She was a retired bank employee and a member of Cumberland Presbyterian Church at Sidney...
Bert L. Miller (02/17/05)
Bert L. Miller, 69 , of St. Charles, Mo., died Jan. 20, 2005, at St. Joseph Health Center. He was born May 1, 1935 , to Monroe and Florence Miller in Gatewood, Mo. Mr. Miller was an athletic director and coach who had been employed by the St. Charles School District for 25 years before retirement...
Margaret Meek (02/17/05)
Margaret Olympia Wadley Meek, 100, died Feb. 11, 2005, at Shady Oaks Nursing Home in Thayer, Mo. A daughter of Mr. and Mrs Kelly Wadley, she was born Jan. 13, 1905, in Arkabutla, Miss. On August 20, 1920 she married John Meek. They made their home in Marvell, Ark. in the late 1930s, where they remained until moving to Thayer in 1990. She was a membr of Calvary Baptist Church in Marvell and formerly worked as a sales clerk...
Alvin Lee Young (02/17/05)
Alvin Lee Young, 53, son of William Weaver and Bonnie Jean Zackery Young, was born Oct. 16, 1951, in Mountain Home, Ark. He died Feb. 10, 2005, at his home in Salem. Alvin spent his working years as a father and truck driver. He served his country in the United States Army and was of the Pentecostal faith...
Catherine Rolli (02/17/05)
Catherine Marie Rolli, 92, of Ash Flat, died Feb. 5, 2005, at Eaglecrest Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Ash Flat. Born April 20, 1912, in Dayton, Ohio, she was the daughter of Charles Milby and Laura Lairmore Milby. She worked many years as an inspector for General Motors. She was a member of the Baptist church...
Robert F. Emerson (02/17/05)
Robert F. Emerson, 76, of Mountain Home, was born Dec. 9, 1928, to James and Velva Lively Emerson in Colt, Ark. He died Feb. 12. 2005, at the Baxter Regional Medical Center. He married Berniece Detloff Emerson. He was a retired master diesel mechanic from the Local 150 Union, Operating Engineers Unit. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Chicago. He was a member of the Emmanuel Church. He enjoyed cohoes fishing, boating, RV riding and skeet shooting...
Frances C. Repshas (02/17/05)
Frances C. Repshas, 89, of Cherokee Village died Feb. 8, 2005, at her daughter's residence in Warren, Mich. Born April 1, 1915, in Detroit, she was the daughter of Joseph Naujokas and Esther Dzenkauskas Naujokas. She moved to Cherokee Village 31 years ago from Detroit with her husband, Joseph. She was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church in Cherokee Village...
Louis Loftsgard (02/17/05)
Louis Vernon "Buster" Loftsgard, 75 of Cherokee Village died Feb. 10, 2005, at St. Vincent's Hospital in Little Rock. Born Nov. 12, 1929, in Elgin, Iowa, he was the son of Louis Loftsgard and Jessie Opperud Loftsgard. He worked many years as a carpenter and painter. He was a veteran of the United States Navy serving during the Korean War...
Eugene B. Askren (02/17/05)
Eugene B. Askren, 77, of Mountain Home. formerly of Ash Flat, died Feb. 5, 2005, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. Born April 21, 1927, in Croydon, Ind., he was the son of Smith K. Askren and L. Ethel Randall Askren. He moved to the Sharp County area from Anderson, Ind. ...
Raydean Prewett (02/17/05)
Bernard Raydean Prewett, 79, son of the late Boyce Bernard and Mattie Eunice Butler Prewett, was born on Oct. 7, 1925, in Union, Ark. He died Feb. 12, 2005, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem. He was married to Buna Ann Stroud Aug. 9, 1943, at Wheeling, and to this union a son was born. ...
Moeller, Courter to wed (02/17/05)
Tonya Hobbs of Bradenton, Fla., and Jerry and Terri Courter of Augusta, Kan., have announced the engagement of their son, Adam C. Courter, to Susan R. Moeller of Tampa, Fla. The prospective groom graduated from St. Stephen's Episcopal School in Bradenton in 1998, and the University of Florida at Gainesville in 2003 with a bachelor of science degree in finance. He is employed with the Bank of Thayer as assistant vice president and management trainee...
Moeller, Courter to wed (02/17/05)
Tonya Hobbs of Bradenton, Fla., and Jerry and Terri Courter of Augusta, Kan., have announced the engagement of their son, Adam C. Courter, to Susan R. Moeller of Tampa, Fla. The prospective groom graduated from St. Stephen's Episcopal School in Bradenton in 1998, and the University of Florida at Gainesville in 2003 with a bachelor of science degree in finance. He is employed with the Bank of Thayer as assistant vice president and management trainee...
Bells to celebrate 50th anniversary (02/17/05)
The children of Drexell and Carolyn Bell will hold a reception to celebrate their parent's 50th wedding anniversary. The reception will be Feb. 25 at 6 p.m. in the Orange Room at the North Arkansas Electric Co-operative in Salem.
Halls to mark 50 years (02/17/05)
Boyd Ray and Wanda Jean Hall will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Feb. 19. The reception will be from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Orange Room at North Arkansas Electric Co-operative in Salem.
Bells to celebrate 50th anniversary (02/17/05)
The children of Drexell and Carolyn Bell will hold a reception to celebrate their parent's 50th wedding anniversary. The reception will be Feb. 25 at 6 p.m. in the Orange Room at the North Arkansas Electric Co-operative in Salem.
Halls to mark 50 years (02/17/05)
Boyd Ray and Wanda Jean Hall will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Feb. 19. The reception will be from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Orange Room at North Arkansas Electric Co-operative in Salem.
Boldly Going Nowhere (02/17/05)
According to legend, Valentine was a Roman priest during the third century. When Emperor Claudius II decided that single men made better soldiers than those with wives and families, he decreed that young men were forbidden to get married. But Valentine defied the ruling and continued to perform marriages of young couples in secret. Valentine's actions were eventually discovered, compelling Claudius to order the priest's death...
MODot slates road work (02/17/05)
The Missouri Department of Transportation will perform a crack sealing operation on Route 63 in Oregon County from Junction OO to F Highway from Feb. 14 through Feb. 18. Weather could cause delays. Work hours are tentatively scheduled from 7 a.m. until 3:30 p.m., weather permitting...
Sheriff Dillinger encourages support of youth ranch (02/17/05)
Sheriff Walter Dillinger urges residents of Fulton County to join him and other Arkansas sheriffs in their work to help the state's abused, neglected and abandoned children by supporting the Arkansas Sheriffs' Youth Ranches. "The Ranches have a 29-year history of providing homes for young people who have nowhere else to go," Dillinger said...
Sheriff Dillinger encourages support of youth ranch (02/17/05)
Sheriff Walter Dillinger urges residents of Fulton County to join him and other Arkansas sheriffs in their work to help the state's abused, neglected and abandoned children by supporting the Arkansas Sheriffs' Youth Ranches. "The Ranches have a 29-year history of providing homes for young people who have nowhere else to go," Dillinger said...
Boldly Going Nowhere (02/17/05)
According to legend, Valentine was a Roman priest during the third century. When Emperor Claudius II decided that single men made better soldiers than those with wives and families, he decreed that young men were forbidden to get married. But Valentine defied the ruling and continued to perform marriages of young couples in secret. Valentine's actions were eventually discovered, compelling Claudius to order the priest's death...
MODot slates road work (02/17/05)
The Missouri Department of Transportation will perform a crack sealing operation on Route 63 in Oregon County from Junction OO to F Highway from Feb. 14 through Feb. 18. Weather could cause delays. Work hours are tentatively scheduled from 7 a.m. until 3:30 p.m., weather permitting...