[Nameplate] Fair ~ 67°F  
High: 89°F ~ Low: 68°F
Thursday, July 10, 2014

Stories from Thursday, September 29, 2005

Area school districts hold elections (09/29/05)
In a decisive vote Melbourne School District voters approved an 8.95-mill increase Sept. 20 to pay for a new school. Of the 940 votes cast, 61 percent (579 votes) voted in favor of the millage increase, with 39 percent (361 votes) voting against it...
Area trooper killed in line of duty (09/29/05)
TROOP G -- For the fourth time this year a Missouri State Trooper has died in the line of duty and once again the death of the officer hits close to Oregon County. State Trooper Kevin Floyd, 45, of Texas County was killed Sept. 22 after a Ford truck pulling a trailer struck him along U.S. 60 near the Texas County town of Dunn. The officer had pulled a car over for speeding and was headed back to his patrol car when he was struck by the truck...
101 and still independent (09/29/05)
Aging like a fine wine: Dorothy Wagner shows off a picture of herself when she graduated from nursing school in 1927. Wagner, who turned 101 earlier this month, has never suffered from a major illness. She attributes her long life to hard work. Photo/Jared...
Psychotic episode leads to shootout (09/29/05)
Deputies from the Fulton County Sheriff's Department, Cherokee Village Police Department and the Sharp County Sheriff's Department were involved in a shootout Sept. 1 in Agnos -- sort of. Deputy Scott Holloway with the Fulton County Sheriff's Department said 53-year-old Tommy Lynn Douglas fired over a dozen rounds of ammunition at phantom intruders inside his home...
Police seek man for questioning (09/29/05)
A man wanted for questioning regarding a burglary in Hardy fled from police Sept. 21. No charges had been filed against Clifford Jones as of press time Sept. 26, but fleeing charges are likely, said Hardy Police Chief Ernie Rose. Phyllis and John Huddleston left their home on Highway 63 in Fulton County Sept. ...
Voters say "yes" to millage increase (09/29/05)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Voters in the Mammoth Spring School District went to the polls Sept. 20 and overwhelming passed a Qualified Zone Academy Bond issue in the amount of $425,000. The issue, better know as QZAB, will increase the millage rate at the school from 27.89 mills to 30 mills. The issue passed 190 to 78 votes. The millage average in the state is currently 35 mills...
Agnos man has shootout with phantom attackers (09/29/05)
Deputies from the Fulton County Sheriff's Department, Cherokee Village Police Department and the Sharp County Sheriff's Department were involved in a shootout Sept. 1 in Agnos -- sort of. Deputy Scott Holloway with the Fulton County Sheriff's Department said 53-year-old Tommy Lynn Douglas fired over a dozen rounds of ammunition at phantom intruders inside his home...
Thayer man pleads guilty to sodomy (09/29/05)
OREGON COUNTY -- A Thayer man, Scott Reef, 46, pleaded guilty Sept. 20 in Oregon County Circuit Court to statutory sodomy and was sentenced to five years in prison by Associate Circuit Judge Judge Don Henry. Reef was originally charged with child molestation. The incident occurred June 3, 2003, and involved a girl under the age of 14...
Council prepares property ordinance (09/29/05)
Salem residents who don't keep their yards mowed or free of garbage may face penalties from the city. The Salem City Council authorized City Attorney Dwayne Plumlee Sept. 22 to re-write a proposed ordinance that would give city officials the power to fine residents who refuse to clean up their property...
Walnuts almost ready for picking (09/29/05)
OREGON COUNTY -- This year's walnut crop in Oregon County is about ready to be picked. According to Hammons Product Company, hullers' prices are at an all-time high and it's time to gather the kids in the back yard and fields to pick up those walnuts...
Salem man arrested on drug charges (09/29/05)
A Salem, Ark., man was charged with felony drug offenses Sept. 26 after a traffic stop at the intersection of Highway 223 South and McGinnes Creek Road. Donnie P. Cunningham, 37, has been charged with possession of a controlled substance, Valium, a class C felony; and possession of a controlled substance, Xanax, a class C felony...
STREET DANCE: (09/29/05)
STREET DANCE: The Mammoth Spring Springers entertained the crowd Sept. 24 when Yester-Daze was held in downtown Myrtle.
Canon Shot: (09/29/05)
Salem High School Senior Carrie Johnson tosses a football Sept. 27 at the football field in Salem. Johnson will quarterback one of the all female teams that will compete in Salem High School's annual powder puff game next week. Photo/Jared
FISHING DERBY: (09/29/05)
FISHING DERBY: Mammoth Spring Chamber of Commerce member and Trout Fest organizer Tom Hoffman presents a prize to one of the winners of the Kid's Fishing Derby that was held in conjunction with the festival.
Area school districts hold elections (09/29/05)
In a decisive vote Melbourne School District voters approved an 8.95-mill increase Sept. 20 to pay for a new school. Of the 940 votes cast, 61 percent (579 votes) voted in favor of the millage increase, with 39 percent (361 votes) voting against it...
Area trooper killed in line of duty (09/29/05)
TROOP G -- For the fourth time this year a Missouri State Trooper has died in the line of duty and once again the death of the officer hits close to Oregon County. State Trooper Kevin Floyd, 45, of Texas County was killed Sept. 22 after a Ford truck pulling a trailer struck him along U.S. 60 near the Texas County town of Dunn. The officer had pulled a car over for speeding and was headed back to his patrol car when he was struck by the truck...
101 and still independent (09/29/05)
Aging like a fine wine: Dorothy Wagner shows off a picture of herself when she graduated from nursing school in 1927. Wagner, who turned 101 earlier this month, has never suffered from a major illness. She attributes her long life to hard work. Photo/Jared...
STREET DANCE: (09/29/05)
STREET DANCE: The Mammoth Spring Springers entertained the crowd Sept. 24 when Yester-Daze was held in downtown Myrtle.
FISHING DERBY: (09/29/05)
FISHING DERBY: Mammoth Spring Chamber of Commerce member and Trout Fest organizer Tom Hoffman presents a prize to one of the winners of the Kid's Fishing Derby that was held in conjunction with the festival.
Canon Shot: (09/29/05)
Salem High School Senior Carrie Johnson tosses a football Sept. 27 at the football field in Salem. Johnson will quarterback one of the all female teams that will compete in Salem High School's annual powder puff game next week. Photo/Jared
Salem man arrested on drug charges (09/29/05)
A Salem, Ark., man was charged with felony drug offenses Sept. 26 after a traffic stop at the intersection of Highway 223 South and McGinnes Creek Road. Donnie P. Cunningham, 37, has been charged with possession of a controlled substance, Valium, a class C felony; and possession of a controlled substance, Xanax, a class C felony...
Police seek man for questioning (09/29/05)
A man wanted for questioning regarding a burglary in Hardy fled from police Sept. 21. No charges had been filed against Clifford Jones as of press time Sept. 26, but fleeing charges are likely, said Hardy Police Chief Ernie Rose. Phyllis and John Huddleston left their home on Highway 63 in Fulton County Sept. ...
Voters say "yes" to millage increase (09/29/05)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Voters in the Mammoth Spring School District went to the polls Sept. 20 and overwhelming passed a Qualified Zone Academy Bond issue in the amount of $425,000. The issue, better know as QZAB, will increase the millage rate at the school from 27.89 mills to 30 mills. The issue passed 190 to 78 votes. The millage average in the state is currently 35 mills...
Agnos man has shootout with phantom attackers (09/29/05)
Deputies from the Fulton County Sheriff's Department, Cherokee Village Police Department and the Sharp County Sheriff's Department were involved in a shootout Sept. 1 in Agnos -- sort of. Deputy Scott Holloway with the Fulton County Sheriff's Department said 53-year-old Tommy Lynn Douglas fired over a dozen rounds of ammunition at phantom intruders inside his home...
Thayer man pleads guilty to sodomy (09/29/05)
OREGON COUNTY -- A Thayer man, Scott Reef, 46, pleaded guilty Sept. 20 in Oregon County Circuit Court to statutory sodomy and was sentenced to five years in prison by Associate Circuit Judge Judge Don Henry. Reef was originally charged with child molestation. The incident occurred June 3, 2003, and involved a girl under the age of 14...
Council prepares property ordinance (09/29/05)
Salem residents who don't keep their yards mowed or free of garbage may face penalties from the city. The Salem City Council authorized City Attorney Dwayne Plumlee Sept. 22 to re-write a proposed ordinance that would give city officials the power to fine residents who refuse to clean up their property...
Walnuts almost ready for picking (09/29/05)
OREGON COUNTY -- This year's walnut crop in Oregon County is about ready to be picked. According to Hammons Product Company, hullers' prices are at an all-time high and it's time to gather the kids in the back yard and fields to pick up those walnuts...
Psychotic episode leads to shootout (09/29/05)
Deputies from the Fulton County Sheriff's Department, Cherokee Village Police Department and the Sharp County Sheriff's Department were involved in a shootout Sept. 1 in Agnos -- sort of. Deputy Scott Holloway with the Fulton County Sheriff's Department said 53-year-old Tommy Lynn Douglas fired over a dozen rounds of ammunition at phantom intruders inside his home...
Gallery to feature area artist (09/29/05)
The Spring River Art Gallery on Main Street in Hardy will showcase the paintings of Jayne Abele Larson. Her exhibit of watercolors will be featured for the month of October. The public is invited to view her work during the weekends when the gallery is open...
Cochran family gathers (09/29/05)
The Cochran family reunion was held at the community center at Ash Flat Sept. 3 and 4. Attendees include: Margaret Cochran, Agnos; Billy Cochran, Hot Springs; Leslie Roberts, Hot Springs; Lena and Gary Cain, Texas; Pauline and Ed Stroud; Margie Jones, Brookland, Ark.; Janie and Neal Horton, Hardy; Alva and Reba Morgan, Hardy; Glynn and Liza Cochran; Carol and Wes Thomason; J.W. ...
Time for library sale (09/29/05)
It's time for the semi-annual Library Book Sale and Gallery Flea Market. The sponsors share the Old Hardy Gym and it is reserved for Oct. 7 and Oct. 8. Shopping hours are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Book Sale is sponsored by the Friends of the Library, and the funds raised benefit the Hardy Library. ...
Ward included in Who's Who (09/29/05)
The directors of the Heritage Registry of Who's Who have announced the inclusion of Cheryl D. Ward of Rapid Real Estate in the forthcoming 2006-2007 edition. The accomplishments and achievements attained by Ward in the real estate industry with Rapid Real Estate warrants inclusion into the Heritage Registry of Who's Who, said a spokesman...
Gallery to feature area artist (09/29/05)
The Spring River Art Gallery on Main Street in Hardy will showcase the paintings of Jayne Abele Larson. Her exhibit of watercolors will be featured for the month of October. The public is invited to view her work during the weekends when the gallery is open...
Cochran family gathers (09/29/05)
The Cochran family reunion was held at the community center at Ash Flat Sept. 3 and 4. Attendees include: Margaret Cochran, Agnos; Billy Cochran, Hot Springs; Leslie Roberts, Hot Springs; Lena and Gary Cain, Texas; Pauline and Ed Stroud; Margie Jones, Brookland, Ark.; Janie and Neal Horton, Hardy; Alva and Reba Morgan, Hardy; Glynn and Liza Cochran; Carol and Wes Thomason; J.W. ...
Time for library sale (09/29/05)
It's time for the semi-annual Library Book Sale and Gallery Flea Market. The sponsors share the Old Hardy Gym and it is reserved for Oct. 7 and Oct. 8. Shopping hours are 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Book Sale is sponsored by the Friends of the Library, and the funds raised benefit the Hardy Library. ...
Ward included in Who's Who (09/29/05)
The directors of the Heritage Registry of Who's Who have announced the inclusion of Cheryl D. Ward of Rapid Real Estate in the forthcoming 2006-2007 edition. The accomplishments and achievements attained by Ward in the real estate industry with Rapid Real Estate warrants inclusion into the Heritage Registry of Who's Who, said a spokesman...
Hounds thrown by Buckaroos (09/29/05)
The Salem Greyhounds have had little time to unpack their bags so far on the 2005 football season, as the Hounds have been saddled with road games three out of the first four weeks of the season. Not just simple road contests. It seems like Salem has taken a personal tour of the Class AA top 10 during that time frame...
Liberty leaps past Cats with late play (09/29/05)
Take away two plays and 45 seconds from the first four games this year, and the Thayer Bobcats would be 4-0 instead of 2-2. Just two weeks after the Houston Tigers rallied past the Cats with a long deflected touchdown pass with less than a minute remaining in the game, the Mountain View/Birch Tree Liberty Eagles slipped past Thayer with a big fourth-quarter play, as the Eagles beat the Bobcats 29-22 Sept. 23 at Louis Bozman Stadium...
Katrina benefit slated at Thayer Lanes (09/29/05)
The Thayer USBC invites area bowlers to participate in a 9-Pin No-Tap Tournament at Thayer Lanes. All proceeds will go to help local refugees of Hurricane Katrina rebuild their lives. The tournament is set for Oct. 8. Bowling will begin at 10 a.m., and the format will consist of three games...
Katrina benefit slated at Thayer Lanes (09/29/05)
The Thayer USBC invites area bowlers to participate in a 9-Pin No-Tap Tournament at Thayer Lanes. All proceeds will go to help local refugees of Hurricane Katrina rebuild their lives. The tournament is set for Oct. 8. Bowling will begin at 10 a.m., and the format will consist of three games...
Liberty leaps past Cats with late play (09/29/05)
Take away two plays and 45 seconds from the first four games this year, and the Thayer Bobcats would be 4-0 instead of 2-2. Just two weeks after the Houston Tigers rallied past the Cats with a long deflected touchdown pass with less than a minute remaining in the game, the Mountain View/Birch Tree Liberty Eagles slipped past Thayer with a big fourth-quarter play, as the Eagles beat the Bobcats 29-22 Sept. 23 at Louis Bozman Stadium...
Hounds thrown by Buckaroos (09/29/05)
The Salem Greyhounds have had little time to unpack their bags so far on the 2005 football season, as the Hounds have been saddled with road games three out of the first four weeks of the season. Not just simple road contests. It seems like Salem has taken a personal tour of the Class AA top 10 during that time frame...
Robert (Bob) Anderson (09/29/05)
Robert (Bob) Andrew Anderson, 69, of Horseshoe Bend passed away Sept. 17, 2005, in North Arkansas Life Care Center in Horseshoe Bend, Ark. He was born in Chula Vista, Calif., the son of Otto Andrew and Thelma Riding Anderson. He served in the United States Air Force REGAF as an Airman First Class during the Korean Conflict. ...
Timothy C. Steininger (09/29/05)
Timothy C. Steininger, 41, of Wilroads Gardens, Kan., was born Sept. 26, 1963, at Dodge City, Kan., the son of Raymond and Glenda Bennett Steiniger. He died Sept. 15, 2005. He attended Wilroads Gardens Elementary School and Dodge City Junior High and was a 1982 graduate of Dodge City High School. He was also a 1992 graduate of Dodge City Community College, Phi Theta Kappa with high honors. He was a member of Wilroads Gardens Christian Church...
Lettia White Steele (09/29/05)
Lettia White Steele, 96, of Cave City, died Sept. 23, 2005, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. She was born March 10, 1909, at Sidney the daughter of William David and Hopie Vest White. She was a homemaker and a member of the First Missionary Baptist Church in Cave City, Ark...
James R. Stanley (09/29/05)
James R. Stanley, 70, of Pomona, Mo., died Sept. 13, 2005, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He was born April 19, 1935, in Calico Rock, Ark., the son of Earl and Joyce Jones Stanley. Before his retirement he was employed as a driver for Hiland Dairy...
Mamie Couch (09/29/05)
Mamie Couch age 86 of Nashville, Tenn., formerly a long-time resident of Evening Shade, Sharp County died Sept. 20, 2005 at Bethany Health and Rehab Center in Nashville. She was born Nov. 18, 1918 in Izard County, Ark. to John Lee and Clara Estle Tadlock Farris...
Raymond Otto Keen (09/29/05)
Raymond Otto Keen, 87, of Horseshoe Bend, died Sept. 17 at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem. He was born in Chicago, Ill., the son of Walter and Martha Morrie Keen. He served in the Navy during World War II as seaman first class. He graduated from the Illinois Institute of Technology to work as a hydraulic engineer. ...
Cleffie Ima Dawson (09/29/05)
Cleffie Ima Dawson, 92, of Princeton, W.Va., died Aug. 25 at her residence. Born Oct. 20, 1912, in Salem, she was the daughter of the late John B. and Gladys Winters Foster. She was a member of the Anderson Memorial Presbyter-ian Church in Welch and a former member of the Welch Garden Club...
Mary Nova Hammond (09/29/05)
Mary Nova Hammond, of Elizabeth, Ark., daughter of the late Raymond Lee and Alice Louisa Harbour Foster, was born March 2, 1910, at Elizabeth. He died Sept. 10, 2005, at Pine Lane Heathcare Center in Mountain Home at the age of 95. She was united in marriage to Tilford Ernest Hammond on June 17, 1929, at Elizabeth. She spent her working years as a store clerk...
Orval Gean Gay (09/29/05)
Orval Gean Gay, 51, of Poteau, Okla., formerly of Floral, Ark., died Sept. 18, 2005, at his home. He was born July 1, 1954, at Noblesville, Ind., the son of Vernon D. and Nellie Mae Strother Gay. He served in the U.S. Army. He was a truck driver and construction worker...
Leslie Mayhew Sr. (09/29/05)
Leslie Earl Mayhew Sr., 76, of Hardy, Ark., was born Oct. 29, 1928, in West Frankfort, Ill., the son of Franklin Mayhew and Oneda Muir Mayhew. He died Sept. 23 at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. He attended Faith Baptist Church at Wirth, Ark...
Matthew Michael Jewell (09/29/05)
Matthew Michael Jewell, 20, of Thayer, Mo, was born Oct. 21, 1984, in Marinette, Wis., and died Sept. 11, 2005, at his home.Survivors include his mother, Joyce Jewell; his father, Michael Jewell; two sisters, Dawna Marie Jewell and Tiffany Jewell; two brothers, Scottie Wayne Jewell and Josh McDaniel; three nieces, Makaila Caylene Jewell, Whitney McDaniel and Ashton McDaniel; three nephews, Xavier Scott Jewell, Daymeon Scott Jewell, Dylan McDaniel all of Thayer; his paternal grandmother, Roberta Marie Nipp of Mainette, Wis.; two aunts, Donna Clairday of Thayer and Lou Ann LaBrun of Mountain Home; several other aunts and uncles; and other relatives and friends.Services were Sept. ...
Cassandra Hightower (09/29/05)
Cassandra Renee Hightower, 20, of Evening Shade died Sept. 22, 2005, at the White River Medical Center in Batesville. She was born March 16, 1985, at Benton, Ark., to Lynn and Geraldine Renee Samples Grafe. She was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband, Bruce Hightower of the home; one son, Jacob Hunter Hightower of the home; her mother and step-father Geraldine Renee and Calvin Paul McDaniel of Idaho; her father, Lynn Grafe of Benton; two brothers, Frank Edward Pockrus of Evening Shade and Jeremy Lynn Grafe of Benton; one sister, Ivy Elizabeth Grafe of Benton; her maternal grandparents Frank and Betty Pritchard of Evening Shade; her paternal grandparents, Bernard and Wanda Grafe of Benton; five nieces and nephews; and a host of other relatives and friends.. ...
Jason Wayne Frazier (09/29/05)
Jason Wayne Frazier, son of Kennith Frazier of Mt. Pleasant and Theresa Weaver of Melbourne, was born Dec. 28, 1981, in Calico Rock. He died Sept. 11, 2005, in Calico Rock at the age of 23 years. He graduated from Melbourne High School in 2000. He attended C-1 Trucking School in Little Rock., and was employed by Emerson Electric as a truck driver...
Jason Wayne Frazier (09/29/05)
Jason Wayne Frazier, son of Kennith Frazier of Mt. Pleasant and Theresa Weaver of Melbourne, was born Dec. 28, 1981, in Calico Rock. He died Sept. 11, 2005, in Calico Rock at the age of 23 years. He graduated from Melbourne High School in 2000. He attended C-1 Trucking School in Little Rock., and was employed by Emerson Electric as a truck driver...
Mamie Couch (09/29/05)
Mamie Couch age 86 of Nashville, Tenn., formerly a long-time resident of Evening Shade, Sharp County died Sept. 20, 2005 at Bethany Health and Rehab Center in Nashville. She was born Nov. 18, 1918 in Izard County, Ark. to John Lee and Clara Estle Tadlock Farris...
Mary Nova Hammond (09/29/05)
Mary Nova Hammond, of Elizabeth, Ark., daughter of the late Raymond Lee and Alice Louisa Harbour Foster, was born March 2, 1910, at Elizabeth. He died Sept. 10, 2005, at Pine Lane Heathcare Center in Mountain Home at the age of 95. She was united in marriage to Tilford Ernest Hammond on June 17, 1929, at Elizabeth. She spent her working years as a store clerk...
Orval Gean Gay (09/29/05)
Orval Gean Gay, 51, of Poteau, Okla., formerly of Floral, Ark., died Sept. 18, 2005, at his home. He was born July 1, 1954, at Noblesville, Ind., the son of Vernon D. and Nellie Mae Strother Gay. He served in the U.S. Army. He was a truck driver and construction worker...
Matthew Michael Jewell (09/29/05)
Matthew Michael Jewell, 20, of Thayer, Mo, was born Oct. 21, 1984, in Marinette, Wis., and died Sept. 11, 2005, at his home.Survivors include his mother, Joyce Jewell; his father, Michael Jewell; two sisters, Dawna Marie Jewell and Tiffany Jewell; two brothers, Scottie Wayne Jewell and Josh McDaniel; three nieces, Makaila Caylene Jewell, Whitney McDaniel and Ashton McDaniel; three nephews, Xavier Scott Jewell, Daymeon Scott Jewell, Dylan McDaniel all of Thayer; his paternal grandmother, Roberta Marie Nipp of Mainette, Wis.; two aunts, Donna Clairday of Thayer and Lou Ann LaBrun of Mountain Home; several other aunts and uncles; and other relatives and friends.Services were Sept. ...
Raymond Otto Keen (09/29/05)
Raymond Otto Keen, 87, of Horseshoe Bend, died Sept. 17 at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem. He was born in Chicago, Ill., the son of Walter and Martha Morrie Keen. He served in the Navy during World War II as seaman first class. He graduated from the Illinois Institute of Technology to work as a hydraulic engineer. ...
Cleffie Ima Dawson (09/29/05)
Cleffie Ima Dawson, 92, of Princeton, W.Va., died Aug. 25 at her residence. Born Oct. 20, 1912, in Salem, she was the daughter of the late John B. and Gladys Winters Foster. She was a member of the Anderson Memorial Presbyter-ian Church in Welch and a former member of the Welch Garden Club...
Leslie Mayhew Sr. (09/29/05)
Leslie Earl Mayhew Sr., 76, of Hardy, Ark., was born Oct. 29, 1928, in West Frankfort, Ill., the son of Franklin Mayhew and Oneda Muir Mayhew. He died Sept. 23 at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. He attended Faith Baptist Church at Wirth, Ark...
Cassandra Hightower (09/29/05)
Cassandra Renee Hightower, 20, of Evening Shade died Sept. 22, 2005, at the White River Medical Center in Batesville. She was born March 16, 1985, at Benton, Ark., to Lynn and Geraldine Renee Samples Grafe. She was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband, Bruce Hightower of the home; one son, Jacob Hunter Hightower of the home; her mother and step-father Geraldine Renee and Calvin Paul McDaniel of Idaho; her father, Lynn Grafe of Benton; two brothers, Frank Edward Pockrus of Evening Shade and Jeremy Lynn Grafe of Benton; one sister, Ivy Elizabeth Grafe of Benton; her maternal grandparents Frank and Betty Pritchard of Evening Shade; her paternal grandparents, Bernard and Wanda Grafe of Benton; five nieces and nephews; and a host of other relatives and friends.. ...
James R. Stanley (09/29/05)
James R. Stanley, 70, of Pomona, Mo., died Sept. 13, 2005, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He was born April 19, 1935, in Calico Rock, Ark., the son of Earl and Joyce Jones Stanley. Before his retirement he was employed as a driver for Hiland Dairy...
Timothy C. Steininger (09/29/05)
Timothy C. Steininger, 41, of Wilroads Gardens, Kan., was born Sept. 26, 1963, at Dodge City, Kan., the son of Raymond and Glenda Bennett Steiniger. He died Sept. 15, 2005. He attended Wilroads Gardens Elementary School and Dodge City Junior High and was a 1982 graduate of Dodge City High School. He was also a 1992 graduate of Dodge City Community College, Phi Theta Kappa with high honors. He was a member of Wilroads Gardens Christian Church...
Lettia White Steele (09/29/05)
Lettia White Steele, 96, of Cave City, died Sept. 23, 2005, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. She was born March 10, 1909, at Sidney the daughter of William David and Hopie Vest White. She was a homemaker and a member of the First Missionary Baptist Church in Cave City, Ark...
Robert (Bob) Anderson (09/29/05)
Robert (Bob) Andrew Anderson, 69, of Horseshoe Bend passed away Sept. 17, 2005, in North Arkansas Life Care Center in Horseshoe Bend, Ark. He was born in Chula Vista, Calif., the son of Otto Andrew and Thelma Riding Anderson. He served in the United States Air Force REGAF as an Airman First Class during the Korean Conflict. ...
Laiken Edith Yvonne Smith (09/29/05)
Gary Smith and Meagan Defina of Thayer are the parents of a baby girl, Laiken Edith Yvonne. She was born Sept. 17 at 2:02 a.m. She weighed 4 pounds, 15 ounces, and was 18 1/2 inches long. Her sibling is Madalynn, 1. Grandparents are Johnnie and Tammy Vandiver of Brandsville and Gary and Lorna Smith of Thayer...
Madilyn Lenore Mae Price (09/29/05)
Byron Price of Union, Ark., and Shauna Rose of Gainesville are the parents of a baby girl, Madilyn Lenore Mae. She was born Aug. 18, 2005, at 9:45 p.m. She weighed 8 pounds and was 21 inches long. Her siblings are Preston and Sami Jo Price; Tommy, Baylei and Mitchell Lamar. Grandparents are Betty Rose of Gainesville; Jerry and Debby Price of Cave City; Stanley and Lena Hall of Glencoe; and the late Orin Rose...
Lily Rebecca Foster (09/29/05)
Matt and Carmen Foster of Hand Cove announce the birth of their baby girl, Lily Rebecca Foster, on Aug. 11, 2005, at 7:44 p.m. Lily weighed 5 pounds, 3 ounces and was 18-1/2 inches long. Paternal grandparents are Ed and Becky Foster of Sturkie. The paternal great-grandmother is Mildred Foster of Salem...
Keegan Will Wallis (09/29/05)
Kennedy and Cole Wallis announce the birth of their brother, Keegan Will Wallis. Keegan was born June 16, 2005, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. He weighed 5 pounds, 9 ounces and was 18-1/2 inches long. Proud parents are Kendall and Melinda Wallis of Franklin...
Keegan Will Wallis (09/29/05)
Kennedy and Cole Wallis announce the birth of their brother, Keegan Will Wallis. Keegan was born June 16, 2005, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. He weighed 5 pounds, 9 ounces and was 18-1/2 inches long. Proud parents are Kendall and Melinda Wallis of Franklin...
Lily Rebecca Foster (09/29/05)
Matt and Carmen Foster of Hand Cove announce the birth of their baby girl, Lily Rebecca Foster, on Aug. 11, 2005, at 7:44 p.m. Lily weighed 5 pounds, 3 ounces and was 18-1/2 inches long. Paternal grandparents are Ed and Becky Foster of Sturkie. The paternal great-grandmother is Mildred Foster of Salem...
Madilyn Lenore Mae Price (09/29/05)
Byron Price of Union, Ark., and Shauna Rose of Gainesville are the parents of a baby girl, Madilyn Lenore Mae. She was born Aug. 18, 2005, at 9:45 p.m. She weighed 8 pounds and was 21 inches long. Her siblings are Preston and Sami Jo Price; Tommy, Baylei and Mitchell Lamar. Grandparents are Betty Rose of Gainesville; Jerry and Debby Price of Cave City; Stanley and Lena Hall of Glencoe; and the late Orin Rose...
Laiken Edith Yvonne Smith (09/29/05)
Gary Smith and Meagan Defina of Thayer are the parents of a baby girl, Laiken Edith Yvonne. She was born Sept. 17 at 2:02 a.m. She weighed 4 pounds, 15 ounces, and was 18 1/2 inches long. Her sibling is Madalynn, 1. Grandparents are Johnnie and Tammy Vandiver of Brandsville and Gary and Lorna Smith of Thayer...
McNabb, Poulette to unite in marriage (09/29/05)
John and Jeanne Morrow, and Bill and Susan McNabb, all of St. Louis, Mo., announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Carrie Elizabeth McNabb, to Jared Dennis Poulette, son of Dennis and Genia Poulette of Carthage, Mo., a grandson of Joan Baker and the late Leonard Baker of Mammoth Spring, and Leroy and Sue Poulette of Thayer...
McNabb, Poulette to unite in marriage (09/29/05)
John and Jeanne Morrow, and Bill and Susan McNabb, all of St. Louis, Mo., announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Carrie Elizabeth McNabb, to Jared Dennis Poulette, son of Dennis and Genia Poulette of Carthage, Mo., a grandson of Joan Baker and the late Leonard Baker of Mammoth Spring, and Leroy and Sue Poulette of Thayer...
Sorrells to celebrate golden anniversary (09/29/05)
Thurman and Carol Sorrell of Myrtle will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 1 at the Myrtle Activity Center in Myrtle. All friends and relatives are invited. Omission of gifts is requested. Thurman Sorrell and Carol Allen were married Dec. 25, 1955, at Myrtle...
Sorrells to celebrate golden anniversary (09/29/05)
Thurman and Carol Sorrell of Myrtle will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 1 at the Myrtle Activity Center in Myrtle. All friends and relatives are invited. Omission of gifts is requested. Thurman Sorrell and Carol Allen were married Dec. 25, 1955, at Myrtle...
Boldly Going Nowhere (09/29/05)
In November of 2004, Chai Soua Vang, 36, a Hmong (Laotian) immigrant from St. Paul, Minn., was sitting in a tree stand on the private property of Bob Crotteau in northern Wisconsin waiting for a deer to wander by. Eventually, Crotteau and his deer hunting companions arrived at the scene on ATVs. ...
Boldly Going Nowhere (09/29/05)
In November of 2004, Chai Soua Vang, 36, a Hmong (Laotian) immigrant from St. Paul, Minn., was sitting in a tree stand on the private property of Bob Crotteau in northern Wisconsin waiting for a deer to wander by. Eventually, Crotteau and his deer hunting companions arrived at the scene on ATVs. ...