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Stories from Thursday, May 25, 2006

Tagging has strong opposition (05/25/06)
Tagging animals with a microchip will be mandatory by 2009, according to a draft of the United States Department of Agriculture's National Animal Identification System plan. This doesn't sit well with Bob Parker of Raymondville, Mo., who spoke to a courtroom filled with concerned residents at the Fulton County Courthouse May 18 for a "Stop the NAIS" information meeting...
Winners-Fulton and Izard County results. (05/25/06)
The primary elections held May 23 are over and the incumbent sheriffs, Walter Dillinger of Fulton County and Tate Lawrence of Izard County, have retained their offices. Dillinger defeated challenger Terry Dailey 1,149 votes (74 percent) to 397. Lawrence beat challenger Rick Kimble 1,157 votes (61 percent) to 746...
"Cruisin' Home" is theme for Fulton County Homecoming (05/25/06)
"Cruisin' Home" is the theme for the 57th Annual Fulton County Homecoming Festival May 26-27 in Salem. The festival is held on the Fulton County Courthouse Square and will get under way May 26 with a fish fry at the Salem Senior Citizens Center from 5 to 7 p.m. Fish and all the trimmings will be served, with proceeds to benefit the Fulton County Senior Citizens Meals on Wheels program...
Mammoth Spring Elementary should have new building by fall (05/25/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- More improvements are on tap for the Mammoth Spring School District. Superintendent Ron Taylor informed the school board at their May 9 meeting that state Partnership Program funds have been approved for the school district. He said the program released a state facilities grant to the school for $91,000...
Grants to benefit Salem (05/25/06)
Salem will be receiving two grants that it applied for earlier in the year. One grant will pay for a new stoplight, the other is a law-enforcement grant that will go to purchase new equipment for the police department. An Arkansas Department of Economic Development grant will pay for the light emitting diode (LED) light for the traffic signal at the intersection of Highways 9 and 62-412. ...
Teen will face charges as adult (05/25/06)
ALTON -- An Alton teenager faces sodomy and theft charges as an adult in Oregon County and Howell County. Danny R. Wilcox, 16, of Alton has been charged with felony stealing in Oregon County and statutory sodomy in Howell County. The adult certification came May 5 before Oregon County Associate Circuit Judge Jo Beth Prewitt...
Prison looking for leak (05/25/06)
An April 23 leak of confidential information to a statewide Arkansas newspaper has put the North Central Unit in Calico Rock back in the media spotlight. "We're concentrating on where the documents came from," Arkansas Department of Correction Spokesman Dina Tyler said. "By law we are entrusted to protect the confidentiality of prisoner records."...
Separate wrecks, same place (05/25/06)
ALTON -- No one received serious injuries in two separate automobile accidents at the same location May 16 near Alton. Oregon County Chief Deputy Eric King said the accidents occurred four miles west of Alton on U.S. Highway 160. He said the first accident happened at 11:20 a.m...
Coach says goodbye to boys' basketball (05/25/06)
THAYER -- After 22 years of coaching boys' basketball, Coach Cliff Hawkins is turning in his high top sneakers and changing career paths -- sort of. Starting next school year Hawkins will coach golf and teach junior and senior high physical education at Thayer. He will also be athletic director...
Woman arrested for attack at Moose Lodge (05/25/06)
A second arrest has been made in the April 30 beating of a Salem man at the Moose Lodge east of Salem. Fulton County Deputies arrested Rachel L. Higginbotham, 21, of Horseshoe Bend May 18. Higginbotham and her boyfriend, Jacob D. Acord, 26, of Glencoe face battery charges stemming from an April 30 attack on Rick Roberts in the Moose Lodge parking lot...
Fulton County Homecoming this weekend at Salem (05/25/06)
"Cruisin' Home" is the theme for the 57th Annual Fulton County Homecoming Festival May 26-27 in Salem. Most activities will take place around the Fulton County Courthouse Square. Events will get under way May 26 with a fish fry at the Salem Senior Citizens Center from 5 to 7 p.m. Fish and all the trimmings will be served, with proceeds to benefit the Fulton County Senior Citizens Meals on Wheels program...
Thornton named Teacher of the Year (05/25/06)
THAYER -- Thayer 6th grade teacher Donnie Thronton has been named the Thayer Wal-Mart Teacher of the Year. Wal-Mart community coordinator Dianne McCullough said students in all five schools in The South Missourian News coverage area -- Alton, Couch, Koshkonong, Mammoth Spring and Thayer -- are encouraged every year to participate in the selection of the local Teacher of the Year...
Winners-Sharp County results. (05/25/06)
Larry Brown defeated Marc Goings in the race for Sharp County Judge with 57 percent of the vote in the May 23 primary election. Brown, former superintendent of the Cave City School District, defeated Goings, a local business owner and former JP of Hardy, with a vote of 2,097 to 1,566...
Grants to benefit Salem (05/25/06)
Salem will be receiving two grants that it applied for earlier in the year. One grant will pay for a new stoplight, the other is a law-enforcement grant that will go to purchase new equipment for the police department. An Arkansas Department of Economic Development grant will pay for the light emitting diode (LED) light for the traffic signal at the intersection of Highways 9 and 62-412. ...
Tagging has strong opposition (05/25/06)
Tagging animals with a microchip will be mandatory by 2009, according to a draft of the United States Department of Agriculture's National Animal Identification System plan. This doesn't sit well with Bob Parker of Raymondville, Mo., who spoke to a courtroom filled with concerned residents at the Fulton County Courthouse May 18 for a "Stop the NAIS" information meeting...
"Cruisin' Home" is theme for Fulton County Homecoming (05/25/06)
"Cruisin' Home" is the theme for the 57th Annual Fulton County Homecoming Festival May 26-27 in Salem. The festival is held on the Fulton County Courthouse Square and will get under way May 26 with a fish fry at the Salem Senior Citizens Center from 5 to 7 p.m. Fish and all the trimmings will be served, with proceeds to benefit the Fulton County Senior Citizens Meals on Wheels program...
Teen will face charges as adult (05/25/06)
ALTON -- An Alton teenager faces sodomy and theft charges as an adult in Oregon County and Howell County. Danny R. Wilcox, 16, of Alton has been charged with felony stealing in Oregon County and statutory sodomy in Howell County. The adult certification came May 5 before Oregon County Associate Circuit Judge Jo Beth Prewitt...
Mammoth Spring Elementary should have new building by fall (05/25/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- More improvements are on tap for the Mammoth Spring School District. Superintendent Ron Taylor informed the school board at their May 9 meeting that state Partnership Program funds have been approved for the school district. He said the program released a state facilities grant to the school for $91,000...
Thornton named Teacher of the Year (05/25/06)
THAYER -- Thayer 6th grade teacher Donnie Thronton has been named the Thayer Wal-Mart Teacher of the Year. Wal-Mart community coordinator Dianne McCullough said students in all five schools in The South Missourian News coverage area -- Alton, Couch, Koshkonong, Mammoth Spring and Thayer -- are encouraged every year to participate in the selection of the local Teacher of the Year...
Winners-Sharp County results. (05/25/06)
Larry Brown defeated Marc Goings in the race for Sharp County Judge with 57 percent of the vote in the May 23 primary election. Brown, former superintendent of the Cave City School District, defeated Goings, a local business owner and former JP of Hardy, with a vote of 2,097 to 1,566...
Prison looking for leak (05/25/06)
An April 23 leak of confidential information to a statewide Arkansas newspaper has put the North Central Unit in Calico Rock back in the media spotlight. "We're concentrating on where the documents came from," Arkansas Department of Correction Spokesman Dina Tyler said. "By law we are entrusted to protect the confidentiality of prisoner records."...
Winners-Fulton and Izard County results. (05/25/06)
The primary elections held May 23 are over and the incumbent sheriffs, Walter Dillinger of Fulton County and Tate Lawrence of Izard County, have retained their offices. Dillinger defeated challenger Terry Dailey 1,149 votes (74 percent) to 397. Lawrence beat challenger Rick Kimble 1,157 votes (61 percent) to 746...
Fulton County Homecoming this weekend at Salem (05/25/06)
"Cruisin' Home" is the theme for the 57th Annual Fulton County Homecoming Festival May 26-27 in Salem. Most activities will take place around the Fulton County Courthouse Square. Events will get under way May 26 with a fish fry at the Salem Senior Citizens Center from 5 to 7 p.m. Fish and all the trimmings will be served, with proceeds to benefit the Fulton County Senior Citizens Meals on Wheels program...
Coach says goodbye to boys' basketball (05/25/06)
THAYER -- After 22 years of coaching boys' basketball, Coach Cliff Hawkins is turning in his high top sneakers and changing career paths -- sort of. Starting next school year Hawkins will coach golf and teach junior and senior high physical education at Thayer. He will also be athletic director...
Woman arrested for attack at Moose Lodge (05/25/06)
A second arrest has been made in the April 30 beating of a Salem man at the Moose Lodge east of Salem. Fulton County Deputies arrested Rachel L. Higginbotham, 21, of Horseshoe Bend May 18. Higginbotham and her boyfriend, Jacob D. Acord, 26, of Glencoe face battery charges stemming from an April 30 attack on Rick Roberts in the Moose Lodge parking lot...
Separate wrecks, same place (05/25/06)
ALTON -- No one received serious injuries in two separate automobile accidents at the same location May 16 near Alton. Oregon County Chief Deputy Eric King said the accidents occurred four miles west of Alton on U.S. Highway 160. He said the first accident happened at 11:20 a.m...
Garrison, Coggins to wed (05/25/06)
Marie Mendoza Garrison is engaged to Lloyd Coggins Jr. The bride-elect is the daughter of the late William and Evelyn Mendoza. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Joyce Coggins of Salem, Ark., and the late Anderson Coggins. The bride-elect is a patient care technician in the intensive care unit at Saint Francis Hospital in Tulsa...
Cleveland, Morgan to wed in Dallas (05/25/06)
Clyde and Emily Morgan announce the wedding of their son, Bryan Keith Morgan, to Heather Ann Cleveland of Dallas, Texas. The couple will be married June 3 at 3 p.m. at First Family Church in Dallas, Texas. After a cruise to Jamaica, Grand Cayman Islands they will make their home in Fort Worth, Texas...
Garrison, Coggins to wed (05/25/06)
Marie Mendoza Garrison is engaged to Lloyd Coggins Jr. The bride-elect is the daughter of the late William and Evelyn Mendoza. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Joyce Coggins of Salem, Ark., and the late Anderson Coggins. The bride-elect is a patient care technician in the intensive care unit at Saint Francis Hospital in Tulsa...
Cleveland, Morgan to wed in Dallas (05/25/06)
Clyde and Emily Morgan announce the wedding of their son, Bryan Keith Morgan, to Heather Ann Cleveland of Dallas, Texas. The couple will be married June 3 at 3 p.m. at First Family Church in Dallas, Texas. After a cruise to Jamaica, Grand Cayman Islands they will make their home in Fort Worth, Texas...
Cats whip Whippets, again (05/25/06)
A series of commercials on television for a freight delivery company ends with the tagline "What can brown do for you?" This question might also be asked of the Thayer Bobcat baseball team, "What can Brown do for you?" Justin Brown, that is. And the answer is everything...
Annual karate tourney held (05/25/06)
The 14th Annual Spring Ozark Mountain Karate Association's Tournament and Food Drive was held in the Williford High School gym on April 22. The Mighty Warriors Dojo of Franklin, under the leadership of Grandmaster Curtis Futch and tournament director Jayne Futch, hosted this annual event...
Salem filled with All-Stars (05/25/06)
After guiding the Salem Lady Greyhounds' softball squad to a school-record 21 wins and third straight trip to the Class AA State Tournament this season, head coach Eric Chambers has been rewarded by being named skipper of the East All-Stars in the 51st annual Arkansas Activities Association High School All-Star weekend...
Salem filled with All-Stars (05/25/06)
After guiding the Salem Lady Greyhounds' softball squad to a school-record 21 wins and third straight trip to the Class AA State Tournament this season, head coach Eric Chambers has been rewarded by being named skipper of the East All-Stars in the 51st annual Arkansas Activities Association High School All-Star weekend...
Annual karate tourney held (05/25/06)
The 14th Annual Spring Ozark Mountain Karate Association's Tournament and Food Drive was held in the Williford High School gym on April 22. The Mighty Warriors Dojo of Franklin, under the leadership of Grandmaster Curtis Futch and tournament director Jayne Futch, hosted this annual event...
Cats whip Whippets, again (05/25/06)
A series of commercials on television for a freight delivery company ends with the tagline "What can brown do for you?" This question might also be asked of the Thayer Bobcat baseball team, "What can Brown do for you?" Justin Brown, that is. And the answer is everything...
Mrs. Rutha Wess (05/25/06)
Mrs. Rutha O. (Thomas) Wess, 85, of Ash Flat, died May 18 at White River Medical Center in Batesville. She was the daughter of the late Franklin Thomas and the late Delila (Goings) Thomas. She is survived by her daughter, Nina Bass of New Albany, Ind., a stepdaughter, Elwanda Raper of Hot Springs, Ark.; a son, Leonard Wess of Williford; stepsons, Tommy Wess of Shelby, N.C., and Wayne Wess of Cherokee Village...
Louise Romine (05/25/06)
Louise Romine, of Viola, daughter of the late Milus Jasper Roper and Virgie Tackett Roper, was born Feb. 7, 1932, in Viola. She died May 21, 2006, at Pine Lane Health Care in Mountain Home at the age of 74. She was united in marriage to Archie L. Romine on March 14, 1953, at Salem. To this union one daughter was born...
Lawrence Goodin Sr. (05/25/06)
Lawrence Wallace "Wally" Goodin Sr., 80, of Hardy died May 13, 2006, in Memphis, Tenn. He was a certified welder. Survivors include his wife, Mildred Goodin, of Hardy; son, Lawrence Goodin III, of Hardy; daughter, Brenda Sue Kerr of Hardy; brother, James Allen Goodin of Hardy; son, Lawrence Goodin Jr. of Trumann; and daughter, Lana Mae McCrory of Mammoth Spring...
Pauline Childers (05/25/06)
Pauline Childers, 76, of Alton, Mo., was born Sept. 29, 1929, in Oregon County, and died May 16, 2006, at Ozarks Medical Center. She is survived by one daughter, Romona Smith and husband Lonnie of Alton, Mo.; and numerous other relatives and friends...
Bruce Charles Britton (05/25/06)
Bruce Charles Britton, 39, of Thayer, was born Nov. 17, 1966, in Sacramento, Calif., and died April 26, 2006, at his home. Survivors include his wife, Becky; three children, Tyler Bonds, Derek Protonentis and Savannah Britton all of the home; his mother, Gloria Britton of Mammoth Spring; one brother, Joseph Britton of Florence, Ariz.; two sisters, Lavina Cuadra of Phoenix, Ariz., Brenda Brafford of Scottsdale, Ariz.; one half-brother, George Britton of Florence; and numerous other relatives and friends.. ...
Garon L. Crafton (05/25/06)
Garon L. Crafton, 84, of Cave City died May 15, 2006, at the Cave City Nursing Home. He was born Dec, 17, 1921, at Strawberry the son of the late Elvie and Effie Sneed Crafton. He was a superintendent for a railroad construction company. He was a United States Army Veteran of World War II, having served in the European and Pacific areas...
Agnes Marie Johnson (05/25/06)
Agnos Marie Johnson 87, of Alton, was born June 10, 1918, in Oregon County, Mo., and died May 12, 2006, at the West Vue Nursing Center in West Plains, Mo. Survivors include four daughters, Shirley Ann Hardwick of Alton, Phyllis Cropper of Rover, Mo., Sharon Rockwell of West Plains, Norma Miller of Doniphan, Mo.; two sons, Joe Johnson of Alton, Roy Dean Johnson of Birch Tree, Mo.; two brothers, Hurschel Sandridge of Thayer, and John Sandridge of Fordland, Mo.; 12 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren, and numerous other relatives and friends.. ...
Michelle Lynn Johns (05/25/06)
Michelle Lynn Johns, age 38, of Springdale, Ark., died May 13, 2006, at Northwest Medical Center in Springdale. She was born Feb. 20, 1968, at Salem daughter of Jerry and Letha Kae Foster Lancaster. She moved to the Northwest Arkansas area in 2004 from Mountain Home...
Mildred J. Ewertowski (05/25/06)
Mildred J. (Korinek) Ewertowski, 90, of Evening Shade died May 18, 2006, at her residence in Evening Shade. She was the daughter of the late Joseph Korinek and the late Anna (David) Korinek. She was a homemaker. Survivors include one daughter, Nancy Ewertowski Surles of Evening Shade; one son, Thomas Ewertowski of Huntley, Ill...
Teddy C. Taylor (05/25/06)
~Born 4-19-1949 -- Died 5-12-2006 Teddy Cleveland Taylor, of Thayer, was born April 19, 1949, and died May 12. 2006. He is survived by his mother, Jewell Taylor; his sister and her husband, Terry and Stan Wheeler, all of Springfield.
Michelle Lynn Johns (05/25/06)
Michelle Lynn Johns, age 38, of Springdale, Ark., died May 13, 2006, at Northwest Medical Center in Springdale. She was born Feb. 20, 1968, at Salem daughter of Jerry and Letha Kae Foster Lancaster. She moved to the Northwest Arkansas area in 2004 from Mountain Home...
Garon L. Crafton (05/25/06)
Garon L. Crafton, 84, of Cave City died May 15, 2006, at the Cave City Nursing Home. He was born Dec, 17, 1921, at Strawberry the son of the late Elvie and Effie Sneed Crafton. He was a superintendent for a railroad construction company. He was a United States Army Veteran of World War II, having served in the European and Pacific areas...
Teddy C. Taylor (05/25/06)
~Born 4-19-1949 -- Died 5-12-2006 Teddy Cleveland Taylor, of Thayer, was born April 19, 1949, and died May 12. 2006. He is survived by his mother, Jewell Taylor; his sister and her husband, Terry and Stan Wheeler, all of Springfield.
Pauline Childers (05/25/06)
Pauline Childers, 76, of Alton, Mo., was born Sept. 29, 1929, in Oregon County, and died May 16, 2006, at Ozarks Medical Center. She is survived by one daughter, Romona Smith and husband Lonnie of Alton, Mo.; and numerous other relatives and friends...
Mildred J. Ewertowski (05/25/06)
Mildred J. (Korinek) Ewertowski, 90, of Evening Shade died May 18, 2006, at her residence in Evening Shade. She was the daughter of the late Joseph Korinek and the late Anna (David) Korinek. She was a homemaker. Survivors include one daughter, Nancy Ewertowski Surles of Evening Shade; one son, Thomas Ewertowski of Huntley, Ill...
Mrs. Rutha Wess (05/25/06)
Mrs. Rutha O. (Thomas) Wess, 85, of Ash Flat, died May 18 at White River Medical Center in Batesville. She was the daughter of the late Franklin Thomas and the late Delila (Goings) Thomas. She is survived by her daughter, Nina Bass of New Albany, Ind., a stepdaughter, Elwanda Raper of Hot Springs, Ark.; a son, Leonard Wess of Williford; stepsons, Tommy Wess of Shelby, N.C., and Wayne Wess of Cherokee Village...
Louise Romine (05/25/06)
Louise Romine, of Viola, daughter of the late Milus Jasper Roper and Virgie Tackett Roper, was born Feb. 7, 1932, in Viola. She died May 21, 2006, at Pine Lane Health Care in Mountain Home at the age of 74. She was united in marriage to Archie L. Romine on March 14, 1953, at Salem. To this union one daughter was born...
Agnes Marie Johnson (05/25/06)
Agnos Marie Johnson 87, of Alton, was born June 10, 1918, in Oregon County, Mo., and died May 12, 2006, at the West Vue Nursing Center in West Plains, Mo. Survivors include four daughters, Shirley Ann Hardwick of Alton, Phyllis Cropper of Rover, Mo., Sharon Rockwell of West Plains, Norma Miller of Doniphan, Mo.; two sons, Joe Johnson of Alton, Roy Dean Johnson of Birch Tree, Mo.; two brothers, Hurschel Sandridge of Thayer, and John Sandridge of Fordland, Mo.; 12 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren, and numerous other relatives and friends.. ...
Lawrence Goodin Sr. (05/25/06)
Lawrence Wallace "Wally" Goodin Sr., 80, of Hardy died May 13, 2006, in Memphis, Tenn. He was a certified welder. Survivors include his wife, Mildred Goodin, of Hardy; son, Lawrence Goodin III, of Hardy; daughter, Brenda Sue Kerr of Hardy; brother, James Allen Goodin of Hardy; son, Lawrence Goodin Jr. of Trumann; and daughter, Lana Mae McCrory of Mammoth Spring...
Bruce Charles Britton (05/25/06)
Bruce Charles Britton, 39, of Thayer, was born Nov. 17, 1966, in Sacramento, Calif., and died April 26, 2006, at his home. Survivors include his wife, Becky; three children, Tyler Bonds, Derek Protonentis and Savannah Britton all of the home; his mother, Gloria Britton of Mammoth Spring; one brother, Joseph Britton of Florence, Ariz.; two sisters, Lavina Cuadra of Phoenix, Ariz., Brenda Brafford of Scottsdale, Ariz.; one half-brother, George Britton of Florence; and numerous other relatives and friends.. ...
Nicholas Andrew Bratten (05/25/06)
Serena Grace Bratten, 3 1/2, announces the birth of her baby brother, Nicholas Andrew, at 1:10 p.m. March 30, 2006, at St. Bernard's Regional Medical Center in Jonesboro. He weighed 9 pounds, 8 ounces and was 22 inches long. Parents are Nathan and Annessa Bratten of Jonesboro...
Aden Jayce Collins (05/25/06)
Aden Jayce, son of Jay and Rachael Collins, was born May 1, 2006, in Moore, Okla. He weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces. He was welcomed by his big sister, Tara Marie, and his paternal grandparents, Homer and Donna Collins of Mammoth Spring, and his maternal grandparents, Wayna Gryder and Steve Landsberry of Oklahoma...
Burtons married 50 years (05/25/06)
Ray and Oleta Burton of Hardy will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on June 2. Ray Burton and the former Oleta Hughes were married June 2, 1956, in Hardy. Ray retired from Highland Schools where he worked as the transportation director. Oleta retired from CenturyTel telephone company where she worked as an operator...
Nicholas Andrew Bratten (05/25/06)
Serena Grace Bratten, 3 1/2, announces the birth of her baby brother, Nicholas Andrew, at 1:10 p.m. March 30, 2006, at St. Bernard's Regional Medical Center in Jonesboro. He weighed 9 pounds, 8 ounces and was 22 inches long. Parents are Nathan and Annessa Bratten of Jonesboro...
Aden Jayce Collins (05/25/06)
Aden Jayce, son of Jay and Rachael Collins, was born May 1, 2006, in Moore, Okla. He weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces. He was welcomed by his big sister, Tara Marie, and his paternal grandparents, Homer and Donna Collins of Mammoth Spring, and his maternal grandparents, Wayna Gryder and Steve Landsberry of Oklahoma...
Burtons married 50 years (05/25/06)
Ray and Oleta Burton of Hardy will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on June 2. Ray Burton and the former Oleta Hughes were married June 2, 1956, in Hardy. Ray retired from Highland Schools where he worked as the transportation director. Oleta retired from CenturyTel telephone company where she worked as an operator...
Gray, Green exchange wedding vows (05/25/06)
Mark H. Gray and Jeanne M. Gray Thurow announce the marriage of their mother, Hazel V. Gray, to Arlen Green. The couple were married May 21 at Friendship Baptist Church in Hardy. The couple will reside in Cherokee Village.
Gray, Green exchange wedding vows (05/25/06)
Mark H. Gray and Jeanne M. Gray Thurow announce the marriage of their mother, Hazel V. Gray, to Arlen Green. The couple were married May 21 at Friendship Baptist Church in Hardy. The couple will reside in Cherokee Village.
Parton, Rogers plan wedding (05/25/06)
The families of Vicki Parton and Wesley Rogers announce the forthcoming marriage of their children. Vickie Parton is the daughter of Melissa Brandenburg of Viola and Russell Brandenburg of Midway, Ark. Wesley Rogers is the son of Douglas and Wilma Rogers of Mammoth Spring...
Taylor, Hoskinds plan June wedding (05/25/06)
David and Pat Taylor of Salem announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Kimberly Taylor, to Aaron Hoskinds, son of David and Rita Hoskinds of Melbourne. Wedding vows will be exchanged at 2 p.m. June 3 at the Church of Christ. All family and friends are invited to attend...
Taylor, Hoskinds plan June wedding (05/25/06)
David and Pat Taylor of Salem announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Kimberly Taylor, to Aaron Hoskinds, son of David and Rita Hoskinds of Melbourne. Wedding vows will be exchanged at 2 p.m. June 3 at the Church of Christ. All family and friends are invited to attend...
Parton, Rogers plan wedding (05/25/06)
The families of Vicki Parton and Wesley Rogers announce the forthcoming marriage of their children. Vickie Parton is the daughter of Melissa Brandenburg of Viola and Russell Brandenburg of Midway, Ark. Wesley Rogers is the son of Douglas and Wilma Rogers of Mammoth Spring...
Boldly Going Nowhere (05/25/06)
Beer is an ale or lager made from a grain (usually barley), hops, yeast and water. It's the most popular alcoholic beverage in the world. Globally, beer drinkers consume 40 billion gallons per year, including spillage. The oldest known recipe for beer was inscribed on a clay tablet in about 1800 B.C., making it the greatest invention in the history of mankind. ...
Clearing up a misconception (05/25/06)
The Arkansas Sheriffs Youth Ranches are not boot camps. And they are not reform schools. There. That clears that up. Too bad it's not that easy. No matter how many times the mission of the Ranches is repeated, the perception lingers that they are homes for wayward youth...
Clearing up a misconception (05/25/06)
The Arkansas Sheriffs Youth Ranches are not boot camps. And they are not reform schools. There. That clears that up. Too bad it's not that easy. No matter how many times the mission of the Ranches is repeated, the perception lingers that they are homes for wayward youth...
Boldly Going Nowhere (05/25/06)
Beer is an ale or lager made from a grain (usually barley), hops, yeast and water. It's the most popular alcoholic beverage in the world. Globally, beer drinkers consume 40 billion gallons per year, including spillage. The oldest known recipe for beer was inscribed on a clay tablet in about 1800 B.C., making it the greatest invention in the history of mankind. ...