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Stories from Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Cherokee hospital might get a new owner (10/26/05)
There may be a hospital open in Cherokee Village before Christmas. Frank Schupp, a businessman from Santa Rosa Beach, Fla., is negotiating to purchase the former Eastern Ozarks Regional Health System from current owner Robert Becht. "I just think a hospital is greatly needed in the area, and up until 2003 that hospital was doing pretty good," said Schupp...
Early morning blaze destroys Salem business (10/26/05)
DEVASTATED: Leon's Automotive Shop in Salem is a burned out shell thanks to a fire that occurred Oct. 19. Four cars were also inside the shop but there were no injuries. It took 10 firemen nearly two hours to put out the blaze. Photo/Jared A devastating fire swept through Leon's Automotive Shop on Highway 62/412 in Salem Oct. 19 destroying the shop and four cars inside...
Wiseman man captured after manhunt (10/26/05)
A Wiseman man who eluded police for more than a week was captured Oct. 24 near Highway 354 in Izard County. Jesse James Cap, 21, is charged with theft of property, a class C felony; residential burglary, a class B felony; and felony fleeing. Izard County police arrested Cap after a brief manhunt in the woods near Highway 354 and County Road 55 near Wiseman Monday afternoon, Izard County Sheriff Tate Lawrence said. ...
Elizabeth man killed by own truck (10/26/05)
An Elizabeth man was killed in a freak accident Oct. 19 near his home. Delma Lee Sanders, 83, was opening a fence on his property when his 1988 Toyoto pickup truck slipped out of gear and crushed him, according to the Fulton County Sheriff's Department...
Hankins awaits mental evaluation (10/26/05)
A former Cherokee Village woman remains in an Illinois jail awaiting the results of her mental evaluation before she appears in court for her preliminary hearing on a child abduction charge brought against her after she allegedly kidnapped her son from a foster home in Illinois...
Sales tax ready for voters (10/26/05)
OREGON COUNTY -- There will be one issue on the Nov. 8 special election ballot in Oregon County. That is the half-cent sales tax in the city of Thayer. The Thayer Community Betterment Association requested the Thayer City Council to place the tax on the ballot. The council and Mayor Allen Deckard have not taken a stand regarding the issue as reported, but agreed the residents of the community should make the decision about the tax and said they would support the decision made by the voters...
Area prepared for Halloween (10/26/05)
AREA -- Halloween this year falls on Monday and all communities in Oregon County -- Alton, Koshkonong, Myrtle and Thayer, as well as Mammoth Spring, Ark., will observe Halloween Oct. 31. In all communities the time for trick-or-treating will be dusk to dark, city officials said...
Health screening slated for Thayer (10/26/05)
THAYER -- The Oregon County Health Department will hold a community health screening Nov. 14 at Thayer First Baptist Church. According to Shiela Russell, director of the health department, Life Line Screening will perform vascular screenings that are painless and non-evasive. ...
ROLL OVER (10/26/05)
ROLL OVER: Three teenagers from Thayer were injured in a one-vehicle accident Oct. 18 on Highway 142, four miles west of Thayer. According to Trooper S.L. Nelson with Troop G of the Missouri State Patrol, a 1991 Oldsmobile driven by Derek Prototentis, 18, topped a hill at a high rate of speed and ran off the road, turning over. ...
Salem School Board elects officers (10/26/05)
The Salem School Board elected new officers for the 2005-2006 school year at the board's Oct. 17 meeting. Board member Mike Falco was unanimously elected as the board president, board member Guy Smith was elected as the vice president, and John Ed Welch was elected to serve as secretary...
County jail gets high marks (10/26/05)
The Arkansas Jail Standards Commission recently conducted an inspection of the Izard County Detention Facility in Melbourne. The facility received high marks from the commission in every inspection category. The five-member inspection team, headed by Commission Chairman David Underwood, was most complimentary of the total management of the facility...
Officers complete course (10/26/05)
Recently eight police officers completed an eight-hour Taser course and are now certified in the proper use of Taser deployment. Tim McComas of Sharp County was the instructor. The class consisted of six Horseshoe Bend Police Department officers and one each from Fulton County and the Mammoth Spring Police Department. Horseshoe Bend officers are now required to carry the model M-26 Taser non-lethal weapon...
Honoring the farm family (10/26/05)
FARM FAMILY: Areawide Media Publisher Janie Flynn presents a plaque honoring Michael and Ruth Ann Barnett, Fulton County Farm Family of the Year. The Barnett's were featured in the August 4 issue of The NEWS. Photo/Jared
Waste tire collection slated (10/26/05)
ALTON -- The South Central Solid Waste Management District will hold a collection for waste tires Nov. 1 through Nov. 9 at the Oregon County Maintenance Shed on Highway 19 at Alton. "Tires can be brought to the shed weekdays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.," said Lynda Roehl, district coordinator...
FUN AND FRIENDS (10/26/05)
FUN AND FRIENDS: Volunteers at Fun and Friends Senior Center in Thayer had two special guest last week, Starr Kohler and her mother Irene Hamby. The ladies were in town representing the Southwest Missouri Office on Aging. They were speaking to the volunteers at the center about the new Medicare Part D changes. Photo/Lawrence...
Mammoth advertising tax used to buy signs (10/26/05)
NEW SIGNS: The advertising and promotions tax in the city of Mammoth Spring brings in an average $1,200 a month to the city. Two new signs welcoming people to the city were recently purchased with tax funds. Photo/Lawrence MAMMOTH SPRING -- Two new signs welcome residents and visitors to the city of Mammoth Spring thanks to the revenue collected from the advertising and promotions tax...
Elizabeth man killed by own truck (10/26/05)
An Elizabeth man was killed in a freak accident Oct. 19 near his home. Delma Lee Sanders, 83, was opening a fence on his property when his 1988 Toyoto pickup truck slipped out of gear and crushed him, according to the Fulton County Sheriff's Department...
Cherokee hospital might get a new owner (10/26/05)
There may be a hospital open in Cherokee Village before Christmas. Frank Schupp, a businessman from Santa Rosa Beach, Fla., is negotiating to purchase the former Eastern Ozarks Regional Health System from current owner Robert Becht. "I just think a hospital is greatly needed in the area, and up until 2003 that hospital was doing pretty good," said Schupp...
Early morning blaze destroys Salem business (10/26/05)
DEVASTATED: Leon's Automotive Shop in Salem is a burned out shell thanks to a fire that occurred Oct. 19. Four cars were also inside the shop but there were no injuries. It took 10 firemen nearly two hours to put out the blaze. Photo/Jared A devastating fire swept through Leon's Automotive Shop on Highway 62/412 in Salem Oct. 19 destroying the shop and four cars inside...
Wiseman man captured after manhunt (10/26/05)
A Wiseman man who eluded police for more than a week was captured Oct. 24 near Highway 354 in Izard County. Jesse James Cap, 21, is charged with theft of property, a class C felony; residential burglary, a class B felony; and felony fleeing. Izard County police arrested Cap after a brief manhunt in the woods near Highway 354 and County Road 55 near Wiseman Monday afternoon, Izard County Sheriff Tate Lawrence said. ...
County jail gets high marks (10/26/05)
The Arkansas Jail Standards Commission recently conducted an inspection of the Izard County Detention Facility in Melbourne. The facility received high marks from the commission in every inspection category. The five-member inspection team, headed by Commission Chairman David Underwood, was most complimentary of the total management of the facility...
Hankins awaits mental evaluation (10/26/05)
A former Cherokee Village woman remains in an Illinois jail awaiting the results of her mental evaluation before she appears in court for her preliminary hearing on a child abduction charge brought against her after she allegedly kidnapped her son from a foster home in Illinois...
FUN AND FRIENDS (10/26/05)
FUN AND FRIENDS: Volunteers at Fun and Friends Senior Center in Thayer had two special guest last week, Starr Kohler and her mother Irene Hamby. The ladies were in town representing the Southwest Missouri Office on Aging. They were speaking to the volunteers at the center about the new Medicare Part D changes. Photo/Lawrence...
ROLL OVER (10/26/05)
ROLL OVER: Three teenagers from Thayer were injured in a one-vehicle accident Oct. 18 on Highway 142, four miles west of Thayer. According to Trooper S.L. Nelson with Troop G of the Missouri State Patrol, a 1991 Oldsmobile driven by Derek Prototentis, 18, topped a hill at a high rate of speed and ran off the road, turning over. ...
Honoring the farm family (10/26/05)
FARM FAMILY: Areawide Media Publisher Janie Flynn presents a plaque honoring Michael and Ruth Ann Barnett, Fulton County Farm Family of the Year. The Barnett's were featured in the August 4 issue of The NEWS. Photo/Jared
Officers complete course (10/26/05)
Recently eight police officers completed an eight-hour Taser course and are now certified in the proper use of Taser deployment. Tim McComas of Sharp County was the instructor. The class consisted of six Horseshoe Bend Police Department officers and one each from Fulton County and the Mammoth Spring Police Department. Horseshoe Bend officers are now required to carry the model M-26 Taser non-lethal weapon...
Salem School Board elects officers (10/26/05)
The Salem School Board elected new officers for the 2005-2006 school year at the board's Oct. 17 meeting. Board member Mike Falco was unanimously elected as the board president, board member Guy Smith was elected as the vice president, and John Ed Welch was elected to serve as secretary...
Health screening slated for Thayer (10/26/05)
THAYER -- The Oregon County Health Department will hold a community health screening Nov. 14 at Thayer First Baptist Church. According to Shiela Russell, director of the health department, Life Line Screening will perform vascular screenings that are painless and non-evasive. ...
Waste tire collection slated (10/26/05)
ALTON -- The South Central Solid Waste Management District will hold a collection for waste tires Nov. 1 through Nov. 9 at the Oregon County Maintenance Shed on Highway 19 at Alton. "Tires can be brought to the shed weekdays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.," said Lynda Roehl, district coordinator...
Sales tax ready for voters (10/26/05)
OREGON COUNTY -- There will be one issue on the Nov. 8 special election ballot in Oregon County. That is the half-cent sales tax in the city of Thayer. The Thayer Community Betterment Association requested the Thayer City Council to place the tax on the ballot. The council and Mayor Allen Deckard have not taken a stand regarding the issue as reported, but agreed the residents of the community should make the decision about the tax and said they would support the decision made by the voters...
Area prepared for Halloween (10/26/05)
AREA -- Halloween this year falls on Monday and all communities in Oregon County -- Alton, Koshkonong, Myrtle and Thayer, as well as Mammoth Spring, Ark., will observe Halloween Oct. 31. In all communities the time for trick-or-treating will be dusk to dark, city officials said...
Mammoth advertising tax used to buy signs (10/26/05)
NEW SIGNS: The advertising and promotions tax in the city of Mammoth Spring brings in an average $1,200 a month to the city. Two new signs welcoming people to the city were recently purchased with tax funds. Photo/Lawrence MAMMOTH SPRING -- Two new signs welcome residents and visitors to the city of Mammoth Spring thanks to the revenue collected from the advertising and promotions tax...
Leroux, Crowder to exchange vows (10/26/05)
Keith and Carolyn Leroux of Gatewood announce the marriage of their daughter, Lisa Ann Leroux, to Adam Ray Crowder, son of Jim and Phyllis Crowder of Couch. Leroux is a 2004 graduate of Couch High School. She is currently majoring in business administration at Three Rivers Community College. She is employed at the Farm Service Agency in Doniphan as a program technician...
Gipson graduates officer course (10/26/05)
Army Sgt. Charles W. Gipson Jr. has graduated from the Army Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course (BNCOC) at Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo. Gipson is the son of Sharon L. Davis of Alton and Charles W. Gipson Sr. of Bentonville, Ark. The sergeant is a 1997 graduate of West Plains High School...
Fountain Place benefit slated (10/26/05)
The third annual benefit dinner and dance for Fountain Place will be held on Nov. 5. Entertainment will be provided by the big band sounds of the Pat Henry Band from Little Rock. "Take a step back in time to when living was simpler. This year's theme will be the sounds of the '40s and '50s. Guests are encouraged to dress in the era of their choice. A trophy will be award to the winning couple. A fantastic trophy has been donated by Custom Laser Graphic of Highland," said a spokesman...
Fountain Place benefit slated (10/26/05)
The third annual benefit dinner and dance for Fountain Place will be held on Nov. 5. Entertainment will be provided by the big band sounds of the Pat Henry Band from Little Rock. "Take a step back in time to when living was simpler. This year's theme will be the sounds of the '40s and '50s. Guests are encouraged to dress in the era of their choice. A trophy will be award to the winning couple. A fantastic trophy has been donated by Custom Laser Graphic of Highland," said a spokesman...
Leroux, Crowder to exchange vows (10/26/05)
Keith and Carolyn Leroux of Gatewood announce the marriage of their daughter, Lisa Ann Leroux, to Adam Ray Crowder, son of Jim and Phyllis Crowder of Couch. Leroux is a 2004 graduate of Couch High School. She is currently majoring in business administration at Three Rivers Community College. She is employed at the Farm Service Agency in Doniphan as a program technician...
Gipson graduates officer course (10/26/05)
Army Sgt. Charles W. Gipson Jr. has graduated from the Army Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course (BNCOC) at Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo. Gipson is the son of Sharon L. Davis of Alton and Charles W. Gipson Sr. of Bentonville, Ark. The sergeant is a 1997 graduate of West Plains High School...
Cherry Valley no Garden of Eden for Hounds (10/26/05)
In order to stop the Cross County T-Birds' potent rushing attack from being successful, speedy tailback Kendole Boykins has to be held in check. The first six teams to face Cross County had tried that tactic, and yet the T-Birds had run to a 4-2 overall record, and were locked in a three-way tie for the top spot in the 3AA Conference with a 4-1 mark heading into week eight of the 2005 football season...
Cats stopped short by plundering Pirates (10/26/05)
Ask coaches what they want most heading into any sporting event, and the answer will almost always be, "just a chance to win." And that's just what the Thayer Bobcats got Oct. 21 as they opened Class 1 District 5 play with a trip to Ash Grove -- a chance to win...
Viola slides past Lady Bears in overtime clash (10/26/05)
Although they weren't at full strength due to the absence of injured All-State performer Madison Busch, the Mammoth Spring Lady Bears still managed to turn in a scrappy effort against Viola Oct. 22 in the Anthony Ford Evening Shade Classic. Luring the Lady Horns into a fast-paced affair over the last three periods, Mammoth Spring erased a four-point deficit down the stretch in the fourth to lock the game at 30-all and send it to an extra frame. ...
Cats stopped short by plundering Pirates (10/26/05)
Ask coaches what they want most heading into any sporting event, and the answer will almost always be, "just a chance to win." And that's just what the Thayer Bobcats got Oct. 21 as they opened Class 1 District 5 play with a trip to Ash Grove -- a chance to win...
Cherry Valley no Garden of Eden for Hounds (10/26/05)
In order to stop the Cross County T-Birds' potent rushing attack from being successful, speedy tailback Kendole Boykins has to be held in check. The first six teams to face Cross County had tried that tactic, and yet the T-Birds had run to a 4-2 overall record, and were locked in a three-way tie for the top spot in the 3AA Conference with a 4-1 mark heading into week eight of the 2005 football season...
Viola slides past Lady Bears in overtime clash (10/26/05)
Although they weren't at full strength due to the absence of injured All-State performer Madison Busch, the Mammoth Spring Lady Bears still managed to turn in a scrappy effort against Viola Oct. 22 in the Anthony Ford Evening Shade Classic. Luring the Lady Horns into a fast-paced affair over the last three periods, Mammoth Spring erased a four-point deficit down the stretch in the fourth to lock the game at 30-all and send it to an extra frame. ...
KATHRINE ANN MYERS (10/26/05)
Kathrine Ann Myers, a homemaker, died Oct. 15, 2005, at Cox South in Springfield, Mo., at the age of 30 years. She was born July 30, 1975, in Kansas City, the daughter of Wayne and Penney Peters Howell. She was a member of the Corner Stone Nazarene Church in West Plains, Mo...
Robert "Bob" Arwood (10/26/05)
Robert Burton Arwood, who wrote the popular humor column "Me and Ole Charley" for the Villager Journal during the 1990s, died peacefully in his sleep Oct. 19, 2005, one day before his 85th birthday. "Charley" was modeled after a real Army buddy who served with Arwood during World War II in Europe...
Jerelene Sue Bushey (10/26/05)
Jerlene Sue Bushey, 64, of Williford, Ark., died Oct. 16, 2005, at Baptist Hospital in Memphis, Tenn. She was born in Ochelata, Okla. She was employed as a secretary for K&S Construction of Highland. Survivors include a son, David Jason Bushey of Williford; three daughters, Michelle Lynn Belletto of Dallas, Texas, Lisa Pierluissi of Deltona, Fla., and Angela Carol Foley of Longwood, Fla.; a brother, Kenneth Delane Edmonson of Olive Branch, Miss., and a sister, Sharon Kay Ford of Memphis and his father, Jessie Edmonson of Williford.. ...
Delma Lee Sanders (10/26/05)
Delma Lee Sanders, of Elizabeth, Ark., beloved husband, father, grandfather and son of the late Fred Sanders and Dorcie Knapp Sanders, was born Dec. 31, 1922, in Wild Cherry, Ark. He died Oct. 19, 2005, at his home in rural Elizabeth at the age of 82 years, 9 months and 19 days...
Leroy Paul Danner (10/26/05)
Leroy Paul Danner, 71, of Horseshoe Bend, Ark., died Sept. 30, 2005, at his home in Horseshoe Bend. He was born Aug. 10, 1934, in Rockford, Ill., son of Paul and Linnea Anderson Danner. He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy. Duing his working years he was a machine operator for American Brass...
Henry Jack Tesmer (10/26/05)
Henry Jack Tesmer, 85, formerly of Horseshoe Bend died Oct. 19, 2005, at the Eaglecrest Nursing and Rehab in Ash Flat, Ark. He was born Jan. 15, 1920, in Rochester, N.Y., son of the late Henry and Jennie Singer Tesmer. He married Dorothy Holzschuh on Dec. 10, 1942. He was of the Lutheran faith...
Harold Honeycutt (10/26/05)
Harold Honeycutt, fireman for the city of Jonesboro, Ark., died on Oct. 19, 2005, at the Northeast Arkansas Medical Center in Jonesboro at the age of 78 years. He was born on April 1, 1927, in Ravenden, Ark., the son of the late Elijah and Pearl Rose Honeycutt...
Ethelyn Sackett (10/26/05)
Ethelyn Sackett, 97, of Cedar Falls, Iowa, formerly of Waterloo, Iowa, died at Cedar Falls Health Care Center Oct. 16, 2005. She was born July 30, 1908, in Finchford, Iowa, daughter of the late Isaac and Ethel Wilcox Corwin. She married Howard Clarence Sackett on March 2, 1935, in Osage, Iowa. He preceded her in death in 1969...
Sherman Ramsey (10/26/05)
Sherman Ramsey, of West Plains, Mo., formerly of Thayer, Mo., was born April 18, 1916, at Thayer, Mo., the son of the late James and Ida Everett Ramsey. He died Oct. 15, 2005, at the age of 89 years. He was a member of Koshkonong Freewill Baptist Church, the VFW and was a mason...
Donald Cushing (10/26/05)
Donald Cushing, 66, of Ozark Acres, Ark., died at his home Oct. 7, 2005. He was born Feb. 10, 1939, in Haverhill, Mass., the son of the late Wendal and Edith Wellner Cushing. He was a crane operator in construction and a veteran of the U.S. Navy. Survivors include a daughter, Andrea Williams of Sheridan, Ark.; four brothers, Jeffrey Cushing of Manassas, Va., George Cushing of Lorton, Va., Bud Cushing of Sheridan, Ark., and Steve Cushing of Michigan; one sister, Joan McClintock of Sheridan; one granddaughter, Chelsea Huggler of Sheridan; and a grandson, Cameron Cushing Williams of Sheridan.. ...
Henry Jack Tesmer (10/26/05)
Henry Jack Tesmer, 85, formerly of Horseshoe Bend died Oct. 19, 2005, at the Eaglecrest Nursing and Rehab in Ash Flat, Ark. He was born Jan. 15, 1920, in Rochester, N.Y., son of the late Henry and Jennie Singer Tesmer. He married Dorothy Holzschuh on Dec. 10, 1942. He was of the Lutheran faith...
Robert "Bob" Arwood (10/26/05)
Robert Burton Arwood, who wrote the popular humor column "Me and Ole Charley" for the Villager Journal during the 1990s, died peacefully in his sleep Oct. 19, 2005, one day before his 85th birthday. "Charley" was modeled after a real Army buddy who served with Arwood during World War II in Europe...
Ethelyn Sackett (10/26/05)
Ethelyn Sackett, 97, of Cedar Falls, Iowa, formerly of Waterloo, Iowa, died at Cedar Falls Health Care Center Oct. 16, 2005. She was born July 30, 1908, in Finchford, Iowa, daughter of the late Isaac and Ethel Wilcox Corwin. She married Howard Clarence Sackett on March 2, 1935, in Osage, Iowa. He preceded her in death in 1969...
Leroy Paul Danner (10/26/05)
Leroy Paul Danner, 71, of Horseshoe Bend, Ark., died Sept. 30, 2005, at his home in Horseshoe Bend. He was born Aug. 10, 1934, in Rockford, Ill., son of Paul and Linnea Anderson Danner. He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy. Duing his working years he was a machine operator for American Brass...
Donald Cushing (10/26/05)
Donald Cushing, 66, of Ozark Acres, Ark., died at his home Oct. 7, 2005. He was born Feb. 10, 1939, in Haverhill, Mass., the son of the late Wendal and Edith Wellner Cushing. He was a crane operator in construction and a veteran of the U.S. Navy. Survivors include a daughter, Andrea Williams of Sheridan, Ark.; four brothers, Jeffrey Cushing of Manassas, Va., George Cushing of Lorton, Va., Bud Cushing of Sheridan, Ark., and Steve Cushing of Michigan; one sister, Joan McClintock of Sheridan; one granddaughter, Chelsea Huggler of Sheridan; and a grandson, Cameron Cushing Williams of Sheridan.. ...
Delma Lee Sanders (10/26/05)
Delma Lee Sanders, of Elizabeth, Ark., beloved husband, father, grandfather and son of the late Fred Sanders and Dorcie Knapp Sanders, was born Dec. 31, 1922, in Wild Cherry, Ark. He died Oct. 19, 2005, at his home in rural Elizabeth at the age of 82 years, 9 months and 19 days...
Sherman Ramsey (10/26/05)
Sherman Ramsey, of West Plains, Mo., formerly of Thayer, Mo., was born April 18, 1916, at Thayer, Mo., the son of the late James and Ida Everett Ramsey. He died Oct. 15, 2005, at the age of 89 years. He was a member of Koshkonong Freewill Baptist Church, the VFW and was a mason...
KATHRINE ANN MYERS (10/26/05)
Kathrine Ann Myers, a homemaker, died Oct. 15, 2005, at Cox South in Springfield, Mo., at the age of 30 years. She was born July 30, 1975, in Kansas City, the daughter of Wayne and Penney Peters Howell. She was a member of the Corner Stone Nazarene Church in West Plains, Mo...
Jerelene Sue Bushey (10/26/05)
Jerlene Sue Bushey, 64, of Williford, Ark., died Oct. 16, 2005, at Baptist Hospital in Memphis, Tenn. She was born in Ochelata, Okla. She was employed as a secretary for K&S Construction of Highland. Survivors include a son, David Jason Bushey of Williford; three daughters, Michelle Lynn Belletto of Dallas, Texas, Lisa Pierluissi of Deltona, Fla., and Angela Carol Foley of Longwood, Fla.; a brother, Kenneth Delane Edmonson of Olive Branch, Miss., and a sister, Sharon Kay Ford of Memphis and his father, Jessie Edmonson of Williford.. ...
Harold Honeycutt (10/26/05)
Harold Honeycutt, fireman for the city of Jonesboro, Ark., died on Oct. 19, 2005, at the Northeast Arkansas Medical Center in Jonesboro at the age of 78 years. He was born on April 1, 1927, in Ravenden, Ark., the son of the late Elijah and Pearl Rose Honeycutt...
Austin Nathanial Hernandez (10/26/05)
Marcelo and Kahla Hernandez of Alton are the parents of a baby boy, Austin Nathanial. He was born at 1:17 p.m. Oct. 7, 2005. He weighed 9 pounds, 2 ounces and was 20 1/2 inches long. His siblings are Antonio and Seirra. Grandparents are Debi Hutton and Howard Hutton...
Jaidon Paul Welch (10/26/05)
Justin Tune and Kristina Welch of Thayer are the parents of a baby boy, Jaidon Paul. He was born at 12:35 p.m. Oct. 11, 2005. He weighed 6 pounds, 7 ounces and was 20 inches long. His sibling is Payton, 21 months. Grandparents are Sheryl Welch and Lou Carey, both of Thayer; Glen Tune of Black Rock, Ark. and the late Terry Welch...
Kayla Leigh Holt (10/26/05)
Jeff and Brandi Holt of Violet Hill have announced the birth of a daughter at White River Medical Center in Batesville on Sept. 28, 2005. The new arrival weighed 7 pounds, 7.4 ounces, and has been named Kayla Leigh Holt. Grandparents are J.D. and Angie Holt and Russell and Angie Blevins...
Austin Nathanial Hernandez (10/26/05)
Marcelo and Kahla Hernandez of Alton are the parents of a baby boy, Austin Nathanial. He was born at 1:17 p.m. Oct. 7, 2005. He weighed 9 pounds, 2 ounces and was 20 1/2 inches long. His siblings are Antonio and Seirra. Grandparents are Debi Hutton and Howard Hutton...
Jaidon Paul Welch (10/26/05)
Justin Tune and Kristina Welch of Thayer are the parents of a baby boy, Jaidon Paul. He was born at 12:35 p.m. Oct. 11, 2005. He weighed 6 pounds, 7 ounces and was 20 inches long. His sibling is Payton, 21 months. Grandparents are Sheryl Welch and Lou Carey, both of Thayer; Glen Tune of Black Rock, Ark. and the late Terry Welch...
Kayla Leigh Holt (10/26/05)
Jeff and Brandi Holt of Violet Hill have announced the birth of a daughter at White River Medical Center in Batesville on Sept. 28, 2005. The new arrival weighed 7 pounds, 7.4 ounces, and has been named Kayla Leigh Holt. Grandparents are J.D. and Angie Holt and Russell and Angie Blevins...
Rhodes, Jones unite in matrimony (10/26/05)
Rachel Ruth Rhodes and Robert Edmond Jones, both of Conway, Ark., were married Oct. 22 at the United Methodist Church of Cherokee Village with Rev. Jim West officiating. The bride is the daughter of Ron and Brenda Rhodes of Cherokee Village. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Walter Lee Sanders and the late Mayo Sanders of Cherokee Village and of the late Mr. and Mrs. James L. Rhodes of Corning...
Rhodes, Jones unite in matrimony (10/26/05)
Rachel Ruth Rhodes and Robert Edmond Jones, both of Conway, Ark., were married Oct. 22 at the United Methodist Church of Cherokee Village with Rev. Jim West officiating. The bride is the daughter of Ron and Brenda Rhodes of Cherokee Village. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Walter Lee Sanders and the late Mayo Sanders of Cherokee Village and of the late Mr. and Mrs. James L. Rhodes of Corning...
Chronisters celebrate golden anniversary (10/26/05)
Gene and Wanda Chronister of West Plains will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary with a reception from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 5 at the United Freewill Baptist Church, 607 Lanton Road in West Plains, Mo. The reception is being hosted by their nieces, Carol Petts, Linda Pierce, Mary Jo Cook and families...
Chronisters celebrate golden anniversary (10/26/05)
Gene and Wanda Chronister of West Plains will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary with a reception from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 5 at the United Freewill Baptist Church, 607 Lanton Road in West Plains, Mo. The reception is being hosted by their nieces, Carol Petts, Linda Pierce, Mary Jo Cook and families...
Boldly Going Nowhere (10/26/05)
Vince Foster was born in Hope, Ark., and had been a childhood friend of Bill Clinton. Later, he worked at the Rose Law Firm in Little Rock with Hillary Clinton. When Bill Clinton became president of the United States, Foster became White House deputy council and overseer of various Clinton legal entanglements...
Boldly Going Nowhere (10/26/05)
Vince Foster was born in Hope, Ark., and had been a childhood friend of Bill Clinton. Later, he worked at the Rose Law Firm in Little Rock with Hillary Clinton. When Bill Clinton became president of the United States, Foster became White House deputy council and overseer of various Clinton legal entanglements...