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Stories from Thursday, June 22, 2006

Alton man publishes Moments of Victory (06/22/06)
ALTON -- For years, Jason Roberts, pastor of the Victory Free Will Baptist Church in Alton, has aired a daily devotion on K Kountry 95 Radio in Thayer. The devotions, which usually air around 12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, are one minute long and are referred to as a "Moment of Victory."...
Man dies after motorcycle collides with car (06/22/06)
A Batesville man is dead after his motorcycle collided with a car on Highway 177 June 17. Richard C. Brown, 52, of Batesville died when his 1995 L-12 Harley Davidson struck a 1997 Chevy Astro driven by Zoma Hargett, 73, of Calico Rock. Hargett was heading south on State Highway 177 near Pineville when she left the east shoulder and struck a culvert, said Arkansas State Police Trooper David Small. ...
I can do this ... (06/22/06)
Jump up, Jump down, jump rope: Nathan King, 11, of Salem jump ropes at the Fulton County Extension Service's Fun and Fitness Camp at Salem City Park on June 15. The three-day camp had many physical activities for kids, 3rd through 6th grade, including swimming, jump roping and stilt walking. Photo/Price...
Roofing issues discussed by council (06/22/06)
A $200 deposit could be required from those who apply for building permits to remove roofing material in Horseshoe Bend. An ordinance that would amend municipal city code passed its first reading at the June 19 Horseshoe Bend City Council meeting at the Municipal Building...
Couch School Board starts planning for next school year (06/22/06)
MYRTLE -- The Couch School Board voted June 13 to enter into a contract with Ozarks Medical Center for the upcoming school year to provide speech and physical therapy services at the school, as needed. The board voted to set the price they will pay for wood at $30 per 4-foot by 8-foot stack and to advertise for suppliers. They voted to accept IESI's bid for garbage disposal for next school year and to accept the bid of Alton Bank as the banking depository for the school district...
Alzheimer's -- the slow goodbye (06/22/06)
HERE TO HELP: Alzheimer's Support Group coordinator Karen Tews skims through a book entitled Elders Rage, one book she recommends for families and caregivers with loved ones suffering from Alzheimer's disease. Tews also recommends The 36-Hour Day. Photo/Wulff...
Quorum court gets lesson on Taser (06/22/06)
The Fulton County Sheriff's Office will purchase three new Taser stunguns in the near future after the Fulton County Quorum Court appropriated the funds June 12. The court approved a $3,200 appropriation for three X-26 Taser stunguns and a box of cartridges from Taser International. Chief Deputy James Laney told the court the taser guns have a high life expectancy and are battery operated...
Court says no paving of private roads (06/22/06)
Not every justice on the Sharp County Quorum Court supported a resolution requiring the county road department to adhere to state law. At the June 12 meeting, JPs voted 6-2 to approve a resolution acknowledging the laws prohibiting the use of county employees and equipment on private property. JPs Jeral Hastings and Ray Martin voted against the resolution...
Grant approval would mean airport improvements (06/22/06)
THAYER -- The Thayer City Council voted June 13 to apply for a MoDOT transportation grant to seal coat and paint the airport runway. If approved the grant would be for $81,000, with the city contributing an additional $9,000 toward the project. Mike Harber, the alderman in charge of the airport, said in the future he would like to discuss some needed improvements at the airport...
Hearing closed (06/22/06)
FIRST APPEARANCE: Steven Victor Wertz, middle, sits between defense attorney Andy Ballard, right, and special state prosecutor Jack McQuary before Wertz' first appearance hearing began June 15 before District Court Judge Mark Johnson. Johnson later declared the hearing closed and ordered media escorted out of the room. Photo/Wulff...
Mammoth Spring High School to change to 8-period days (06/22/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Starting this fall, students at Mammoth Spring High School will be having an eight-period day instead of a seven-period day as they have in the past. The Mammoth Spring School Board approved changes in the student handbook associated with the new period change at their June 12 meeting. Starting this fall students over a four-year period will have the opportunity to earn 32 credits, compared to the 28 credits offered in years past...
Shock & stall (06/22/06)
Fulton County police said they used Taser stunguns on an Oxford man after he allegedly went on a rampage in a mobile home June 11 in Salem. Salem Police Chief Albert Roork said Fulton County Deputy Jason Martin received a phone call from the girlfriend of Steven McMahill, 29, of Salem telling him that McMahill had threatened her life. She also told Martin that McMahill may have stolen guns from an Oxford residence...
Kerwinn will spend one year in jail (06/22/06)
THAYER -- A Thayer man, Adam James Kerwinn, has been sentenced to one year in an Arkansas regional correction facility for felony theft. Kerwin, 21, was sentenced June 12 in Fulton County Circuit Court by Judge Tim Weaver. Kerwin was convicted of stealing a 1998 Ford Taurus from Keith's Garage in Mammoth Spring...
ID now required for driver's license (06/22/06)
MISSOURI -- On June 14, Gov. Matt Blunt signed into law an immediate change to the identification required to renew a driver's license in Missouri. Senate Bill 1001 exempts Missourians age 65 or older who are renewing a driver's license from showing proof of lawful presence, most commonly a certified birth certificate or U.S. passport...
Couch School Board starts planning for next school year (06/22/06)
MYRTLE -- The Couch School Board voted June 13 to enter into a contract with Ozarks Medical Center for the upcoming school year to provide speech and physical therapy services at the school, as needed. The board voted to set the price they will pay for wood at $30 per 4-foot by 8-foot stack and to advertise for suppliers. They voted to accept IESI's bid for garbage disposal for next school year and to accept the bid of Alton Bank as the banking depository for the school district...
Man dies after motorcycle collides with car (06/22/06)
A Batesville man is dead after his motorcycle collided with a car on Highway 177 June 17. Richard C. Brown, 52, of Batesville died when his 1995 L-12 Harley Davidson struck a 1997 Chevy Astro driven by Zoma Hargett, 73, of Calico Rock. Hargett was heading south on State Highway 177 near Pineville when she left the east shoulder and struck a culvert, said Arkansas State Police Trooper David Small. ...
Roofing issues discussed by council (06/22/06)
A $200 deposit could be required from those who apply for building permits to remove roofing material in Horseshoe Bend. An ordinance that would amend municipal city code passed its first reading at the June 19 Horseshoe Bend City Council meeting at the Municipal Building...
Hearing closed (06/22/06)
FIRST APPEARANCE: Steven Victor Wertz, middle, sits between defense attorney Andy Ballard, right, and special state prosecutor Jack McQuary before Wertz' first appearance hearing began June 15 before District Court Judge Mark Johnson. Johnson later declared the hearing closed and ordered media escorted out of the room. Photo/Wulff...
Quorum court gets lesson on Taser (06/22/06)
The Fulton County Sheriff's Office will purchase three new Taser stunguns in the near future after the Fulton County Quorum Court appropriated the funds June 12. The court approved a $3,200 appropriation for three X-26 Taser stunguns and a box of cartridges from Taser International. Chief Deputy James Laney told the court the taser guns have a high life expectancy and are battery operated...
Court says no paving of private roads (06/22/06)
Not every justice on the Sharp County Quorum Court supported a resolution requiring the county road department to adhere to state law. At the June 12 meeting, JPs voted 6-2 to approve a resolution acknowledging the laws prohibiting the use of county employees and equipment on private property. JPs Jeral Hastings and Ray Martin voted against the resolution...
Alzheimer's -- the slow goodbye (06/22/06)
HERE TO HELP: Alzheimer's Support Group coordinator Karen Tews skims through a book entitled Elders Rage, one book she recommends for families and caregivers with loved ones suffering from Alzheimer's disease. Tews also recommends The 36-Hour Day. Photo/Wulff...
ID now required for driver's license (06/22/06)
MISSOURI -- On June 14, Gov. Matt Blunt signed into law an immediate change to the identification required to renew a driver's license in Missouri. Senate Bill 1001 exempts Missourians age 65 or older who are renewing a driver's license from showing proof of lawful presence, most commonly a certified birth certificate or U.S. passport...
Grant approval would mean airport improvements (06/22/06)
THAYER -- The Thayer City Council voted June 13 to apply for a MoDOT transportation grant to seal coat and paint the airport runway. If approved the grant would be for $81,000, with the city contributing an additional $9,000 toward the project. Mike Harber, the alderman in charge of the airport, said in the future he would like to discuss some needed improvements at the airport...
Alton man publishes Moments of Victory (06/22/06)
ALTON -- For years, Jason Roberts, pastor of the Victory Free Will Baptist Church in Alton, has aired a daily devotion on K Kountry 95 Radio in Thayer. The devotions, which usually air around 12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, are one minute long and are referred to as a "Moment of Victory."...
Shock & stall (06/22/06)
Fulton County police said they used Taser stunguns on an Oxford man after he allegedly went on a rampage in a mobile home June 11 in Salem. Salem Police Chief Albert Roork said Fulton County Deputy Jason Martin received a phone call from the girlfriend of Steven McMahill, 29, of Salem telling him that McMahill had threatened her life. She also told Martin that McMahill may have stolen guns from an Oxford residence...
Kerwinn will spend one year in jail (06/22/06)
THAYER -- A Thayer man, Adam James Kerwinn, has been sentenced to one year in an Arkansas regional correction facility for felony theft. Kerwin, 21, was sentenced June 12 in Fulton County Circuit Court by Judge Tim Weaver. Kerwin was convicted of stealing a 1998 Ford Taurus from Keith's Garage in Mammoth Spring...
Mammoth Spring High School to change to 8-period days (06/22/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Starting this fall, students at Mammoth Spring High School will be having an eight-period day instead of a seven-period day as they have in the past. The Mammoth Spring School Board approved changes in the student handbook associated with the new period change at their June 12 meeting. Starting this fall students over a four-year period will have the opportunity to earn 32 credits, compared to the 28 credits offered in years past...
I can do this ... (06/22/06)
Jump up, Jump down, jump rope: Nathan King, 11, of Salem jump ropes at the Fulton County Extension Service's Fun and Fitness Camp at Salem City Park on June 15. The three-day camp had many physical activities for kids, 3rd through 6th grade, including swimming, jump roping and stilt walking. Photo/Price...
Kersey named to Harding University Dean's List (06/22/06)
Sarah Kersey of Mammoth Spring was among the Harding University students included on the school's Dean's List for grades achieved during the spring semester. Kersey is a senior majoring in general studies. The Dean's List is published each semester by Dr. Larry Long, vice president for academic affairs, honoring those who have achieved high scholarship. To be eligible, a student nust be carrying 12 or more hours and have a 3.65 GPA minimum...
New category at Fulton County Fair (06/22/06)
The Fulton County Fair announces a new category for this year's fair. "It's A Natural" will be a part of the Hobbies (Collections) Department and special awards will be sponsored by the Fulton County Conservation District. "It's A Natural" will feature items from nature found in Fulton County. Items should be in their natural form and not made into a collage and not living. The exhibit should weigh less than 15 pounds...
AWARD: (06/22/06)
AWARD: The Clef Hangers Music Society presented Lauren Smith of Cherokee Village with a $250 scholarship. The presentation was made by Becky Thurman at the ice cream social and NEOC Band concert recently at Cherokee Village.
AWARD: (06/22/06)
AWARD: The Clef Hangers Music Society presented Peter Shattuck of Mammoth Spring with a $250 scholarship. The presentation was made by Becky Thurman at the ice cream social and NEOC Band concert recently at Cherokee Village.
TOP HONOR: (06/22/06)
TOP HONOR: Couch R-1 recently recognized A+ eligible graduates for the 2005-2006 school year. Students earning this honor are, from left, Lori Carpenter, Sandy LaBahn, Caitlyn Melton, Aaron Yarber, Bjorn Wilkerson, Courtney Sanders, Brandi Clemons and A+ Coordinator Lacey Sorrell. ...
Dr. Knox honors family with gift to Hospice House (06/22/06)
Dr. Thomas E. Knox of Mountain Home and his wife, Deborah, made a $10,000 endowment to Twin Lakes Community Foundation in memory of his deceased brothers, Bill and John Knox and Gerald Hopkins. The Knoxes designate all earnings from the endowment for Hospice House, a part of Hospice of the Ozarks...
Kersey named to Harding University Dean's List (06/22/06)
Sarah Kersey of Mammoth Spring was among the Harding University students included on the school's Dean's List for grades achieved during the spring semester. Kersey is a senior majoring in general studies. The Dean's List is published each semester by Dr. Larry Long, vice president for academic affairs, honoring those who have achieved high scholarship. To be eligible, a student nust be carrying 12 or more hours and have a 3.65 GPA minimum...
AWARD: (06/22/06)
AWARD: The Clef Hangers Music Society presented Lauren Smith of Cherokee Village with a $250 scholarship. The presentation was made by Becky Thurman at the ice cream social and NEOC Band concert recently at Cherokee Village.
New category at Fulton County Fair (06/22/06)
The Fulton County Fair announces a new category for this year's fair. "It's A Natural" will be a part of the Hobbies (Collections) Department and special awards will be sponsored by the Fulton County Conservation District. "It's A Natural" will feature items from nature found in Fulton County. Items should be in their natural form and not made into a collage and not living. The exhibit should weigh less than 15 pounds...
AWARD: (06/22/06)
AWARD: The Clef Hangers Music Society presented Peter Shattuck of Mammoth Spring with a $250 scholarship. The presentation was made by Becky Thurman at the ice cream social and NEOC Band concert recently at Cherokee Village.
TOP HONOR: (06/22/06)
TOP HONOR: Couch R-1 recently recognized A+ eligible graduates for the 2005-2006 school year. Students earning this honor are, from left, Lori Carpenter, Sandy LaBahn, Caitlyn Melton, Aaron Yarber, Bjorn Wilkerson, Courtney Sanders, Brandi Clemons and A+ Coordinator Lacey Sorrell. ...
Dr. Knox honors family with gift to Hospice House (06/22/06)
Dr. Thomas E. Knox of Mountain Home and his wife, Deborah, made a $10,000 endowment to Twin Lakes Community Foundation in memory of his deceased brothers, Bill and John Knox and Gerald Hopkins. The Knoxes designate all earnings from the endowment for Hospice House, a part of Hospice of the Ozarks...
Anglers invited to stock fish during Ford Big Bass Bonanza (06/22/06)
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is inviting Ford Big Bass Bonanza participants to help stock more than 100,000 largemouth bass fingerlings in the Arkansas River during the statewide tournament June 23. AGFC Black Bass Program Coordinator Colton Dennis said, "Instead of dumping all the fingerlings into a few spots, we will let anglers spread them throughout the entire river. This way, the fingerlings will have a better chance of finding food and cover with less competition."...
Boating safety classes slated (06/22/06)
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission's "Mandatory Boating Education Regulation" states that anyone born after 1985 must take and pass an approved AGFC boating education course and carry proof that he or she satisfactorily completed the course in order to operate a motorboat in Arkansas...
Action hot, hot, hot at WP Speedway (06/22/06)
A hot night of hot action followed a hot day at West Plains Motor Speedway June 10 at the TCI Automotive sponsored weekly program. Scott Miller of Ashland, Miss., representing TCI Automotive, joined the action by providing TCI gift bags for all the winners and a number of special guests from the grandstands...
Anglers invited to stock fish during Ford Big Bass Bonanza (06/22/06)
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is inviting Ford Big Bass Bonanza participants to help stock more than 100,000 largemouth bass fingerlings in the Arkansas River during the statewide tournament June 23. AGFC Black Bass Program Coordinator Colton Dennis said, "Instead of dumping all the fingerlings into a few spots, we will let anglers spread them throughout the entire river. This way, the fingerlings will have a better chance of finding food and cover with less competition."...
Boating safety classes slated (06/22/06)
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission's "Mandatory Boating Education Regulation" states that anyone born after 1985 must take and pass an approved AGFC boating education course and carry proof that he or she satisfactorily completed the course in order to operate a motorboat in Arkansas...
Action hot, hot, hot at WP Speedway (06/22/06)
A hot night of hot action followed a hot day at West Plains Motor Speedway June 10 at the TCI Automotive sponsored weekly program. Scott Miller of Ashland, Miss., representing TCI Automotive, joined the action by providing TCI gift bags for all the winners and a number of special guests from the grandstands...
Arthur Fred Luedders (06/22/06)
Arthur Fred Luedders, of Cherokee Village died at his home June 12, 2006, at the age of 77. He was born Nov. 22, 1928, at Herkimer, Kan., the son of the late Herman and Sophia Niemeier Luedders. He graduated with a B.A. from Concordia Teachers' College in Seward, Neb., in 1951, and received his master's degree from Washburn University, Topeka, Kan., in 1965...
Lester Earl Minor (06/22/06)
Lester Earl Minor, age 70, of Harrison, died June 12, 2006, at NARMC in Harrison. He was the son of Marvin and Myrtus Williams Minor and was born March 9, 1936, at Ballard, Ark. He had lived in Harrison five years moving there from Ash Flat. He was a member of Emmanuel Baptist Church, enjoyed farming, fishing and squirrel hunting as his hobbies. He was employed as a carpenter...
Lowell Duane Lemon (06/22/06)
Lowell Duane Lemon, age 58, of Mebelvale died June 3, 2006, in Benton. He was born March 10, 1948, in Beloit, Kan. He was a security training officer at Arkansas Children's Hospital in Little Rock. He was a member of the Christian Motorcyclist Association Bikers Aiming Toward Education (ABATE)...
Roy Floyd Phelps (06/22/06)
Roy Floyd Phelps of Salem, son of the late Farce Washington and Lydia Joann Murphy Phelps, was born on Aug. 20, 1926 in Heart, Ark. He died June 12, 2006, at Fulton County Hospital in Salem at the age of 79. He was united in marriage to Betty Louise Meek on Oct. 9, 1951, at Visilia, Calif., and to this union one daughter was born...
Jackie Lee Helton (06/22/06)
Jackie Lee Helton, of Elizabeth, Ark., son of the late John and Wanda Lavern (Martin) Helton, was born on April 8, 1938, in Kansas City, Kan. He died June 15, 2006, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home at the age of 68. Helton was united in marriage to Hazel Aleen Willis on March 19, 1964, at Miami, Okla., and to this union, two sons were born...
Wanda Colene Cochran (06/22/06)
Colene (Rowden) Cochran was born on Feb. 14, 1937, to Remmel and Verneen Rowden in Oxford, Ark., the eldest of six children, After marrying at the age of 16, she moved to Washington with her husband Sam. She was a member of the Washington Avenue Church of Christ. She worked in a variety of jobs including Realtor...
Loyd Calvin Jackson (06/22/06)
Lloyd Calvin Jackson, son of the late Jesse Elisha Jackson and Stella Mae Moore Jackson, was born Feb. 2, 1936 in Ballard, Ark. He died June 15, 2006, in Mountain Home, at the age of 70. Jackson worked as a heavy equipment operator, welder, mechanic and farmer...
Mildred Janie Presley (06/22/06)
Mildred Janie Presley, 90, of Alton, was born Dec. 18, 1915, in Oregon County, Mo., and died June 7, 2006, at Ozark Medical Center in West Plains, Mo. Survivors include her husband, Robert Presley; seven children, Nadine (Neal) Crase of Alton, Cecil (Dottie) Grooms of Thayer, Annette (Russell) Johnson of Alton, Sarah Jarutha (James) Mullen of St. ...
Clifford Tackett (06/22/06)
Clifford Tackett, 56, of Cave City died June 16, 2006, at the White River Medical Center in Batesville. He was born Feb. 14, 1950 at Cave City, Ark. Survivors include two daughters, Nellie Humbrecht of Cave City, and Rosemary Leslie of Weavers Chapel; three grandchildren, Cody Tackett and Emily Humbrecht, both of Cave City, and Micah Lesley of Weavers Chapel; and a host of other relatives and friends...
Paul Dennis Baldridge (06/22/06)
Paul Dennis Baldridge of Mammoth Spring died June 15, 2006, at his home in Mammoth Spring at the age of 44. He was born June 29, 1961, in Mammoth Spring the son of Elvern and Rachel (Price) Baldridge. He was united in marriage on Oct. 17, 1998, in Mammoth Spring to Rhonda Wilkerson...
Luke McDuffee (06/22/06)
Luke McDuffee, age 88, of Cave City died June 14, 2006, at his home. He was born Feb. 20, 1918, in Bethesda, Ark., the son of the late William Joseph and Lenora (Manion) McDuffee. He was a retired truck driver was a teamster for 28 years. He was a United States Navy veteran having served in World War II...
Blanche Leona Martin (06/22/06)
Blanche Leona Martin of Salem, daughter of the late Franklin Mooney and Birty Hall Mooney, was born March 30, 1914, in Heart, Ark. She died June 15, 2006, at Fulton County Hospital in Salem at the age of 92. She was united in marriage to Leslie Martin on June 20, 1957, at Oxford, Ark. She baby-sat for many years for several different children. She was a member of the Salem Church of Christ...
Blanche Leona Martin (06/22/06)
Blanche Leona Martin of Salem, daughter of the late Franklin Mooney and Birty Hall Mooney, was born March 30, 1914, in Heart, Ark. She died June 15, 2006, at Fulton County Hospital in Salem at the age of 92. She was united in marriage to Leslie Martin on June 20, 1957, at Oxford, Ark. She baby-sat for many years for several different children. She was a member of the Salem Church of Christ...
Wanda Colene Cochran (06/22/06)
Colene (Rowden) Cochran was born on Feb. 14, 1937, to Remmel and Verneen Rowden in Oxford, Ark., the eldest of six children, After marrying at the age of 16, she moved to Washington with her husband Sam. She was a member of the Washington Avenue Church of Christ. She worked in a variety of jobs including Realtor...
Jackie Lee Helton (06/22/06)
Jackie Lee Helton, of Elizabeth, Ark., son of the late John and Wanda Lavern (Martin) Helton, was born on April 8, 1938, in Kansas City, Kan. He died June 15, 2006, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home at the age of 68. Helton was united in marriage to Hazel Aleen Willis on March 19, 1964, at Miami, Okla., and to this union, two sons were born...
Roy Floyd Phelps (06/22/06)
Roy Floyd Phelps of Salem, son of the late Farce Washington and Lydia Joann Murphy Phelps, was born on Aug. 20, 1926 in Heart, Ark. He died June 12, 2006, at Fulton County Hospital in Salem at the age of 79. He was united in marriage to Betty Louise Meek on Oct. 9, 1951, at Visilia, Calif., and to this union one daughter was born...
Lowell Duane Lemon (06/22/06)
Lowell Duane Lemon, age 58, of Mebelvale died June 3, 2006, in Benton. He was born March 10, 1948, in Beloit, Kan. He was a security training officer at Arkansas Children's Hospital in Little Rock. He was a member of the Christian Motorcyclist Association Bikers Aiming Toward Education (ABATE)...
Lester Earl Minor (06/22/06)
Lester Earl Minor, age 70, of Harrison, died June 12, 2006, at NARMC in Harrison. He was the son of Marvin and Myrtus Williams Minor and was born March 9, 1936, at Ballard, Ark. He had lived in Harrison five years moving there from Ash Flat. He was a member of Emmanuel Baptist Church, enjoyed farming, fishing and squirrel hunting as his hobbies. He was employed as a carpenter...
Arthur Fred Luedders (06/22/06)
Arthur Fred Luedders, of Cherokee Village died at his home June 12, 2006, at the age of 77. He was born Nov. 22, 1928, at Herkimer, Kan., the son of the late Herman and Sophia Niemeier Luedders. He graduated with a B.A. from Concordia Teachers' College in Seward, Neb., in 1951, and received his master's degree from Washburn University, Topeka, Kan., in 1965...
Loyd Calvin Jackson (06/22/06)
Lloyd Calvin Jackson, son of the late Jesse Elisha Jackson and Stella Mae Moore Jackson, was born Feb. 2, 1936 in Ballard, Ark. He died June 15, 2006, in Mountain Home, at the age of 70. Jackson worked as a heavy equipment operator, welder, mechanic and farmer...
Mildred Janie Presley (06/22/06)
Mildred Janie Presley, 90, of Alton, was born Dec. 18, 1915, in Oregon County, Mo., and died June 7, 2006, at Ozark Medical Center in West Plains, Mo. Survivors include her husband, Robert Presley; seven children, Nadine (Neal) Crase of Alton, Cecil (Dottie) Grooms of Thayer, Annette (Russell) Johnson of Alton, Sarah Jarutha (James) Mullen of St. ...
Clifford Tackett (06/22/06)
Clifford Tackett, 56, of Cave City died June 16, 2006, at the White River Medical Center in Batesville. He was born Feb. 14, 1950 at Cave City, Ark. Survivors include two daughters, Nellie Humbrecht of Cave City, and Rosemary Leslie of Weavers Chapel; three grandchildren, Cody Tackett and Emily Humbrecht, both of Cave City, and Micah Lesley of Weavers Chapel; and a host of other relatives and friends...
Luke McDuffee (06/22/06)
Luke McDuffee, age 88, of Cave City died June 14, 2006, at his home. He was born Feb. 20, 1918, in Bethesda, Ark., the son of the late William Joseph and Lenora (Manion) McDuffee. He was a retired truck driver was a teamster for 28 years. He was a United States Navy veteran having served in World War II...
Paul Dennis Baldridge (06/22/06)
Paul Dennis Baldridge of Mammoth Spring died June 15, 2006, at his home in Mammoth Spring at the age of 44. He was born June 29, 1961, in Mammoth Spring the son of Elvern and Rachel (Price) Baldridge. He was united in marriage on Oct. 17, 1998, in Mammoth Spring to Rhonda Wilkerson...
Alyssa Evonne Kemper (06/22/06)
Jason and Tessa Kemper of Alton are the parents of a baby girl, Alyssa Evonne. She was born at 4:47 a.m. on June 16, 2006, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. She weighed 8 pounds, 1/2 ounce, and was 20 3/4 inches long. Her sibling is Christina Reschell, 13 months. Grandparents are Larry and Bevin Poe and George and Grace Sofianek all of Alton...
Levi Gene Rowland (06/22/06)
John and Amber Rowland of Thayer are the parents of a baby boy, Levi Gene. He was born at 1:57 p.m. June 9, 2006, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 8 pounds, 4 ounces, and was 20 inches long. His siblings are Dorian, 5, and Devyn, 1. Grandparents are Pam Merrell of Thayer, Jim Pokrivnak of Fairbanks, Alaska, and Gene and Janet Rowland of Pequot Lakes, Minn...
Levi Gene Rowland (06/22/06)
John and Amber Rowland of Thayer are the parents of a baby boy, Levi Gene. He was born at 1:57 p.m. June 9, 2006, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 8 pounds, 4 ounces, and was 20 inches long. His siblings are Dorian, 5, and Devyn, 1. Grandparents are Pam Merrell of Thayer, Jim Pokrivnak of Fairbanks, Alaska, and Gene and Janet Rowland of Pequot Lakes, Minn...
Alyssa Evonne Kemper (06/22/06)
Jason and Tessa Kemper of Alton are the parents of a baby girl, Alyssa Evonne. She was born at 4:47 a.m. on June 16, 2006, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. She weighed 8 pounds, 1/2 ounce, and was 20 3/4 inches long. Her sibling is Christina Reschell, 13 months. Grandparents are Larry and Bevin Poe and George and Grace Sofianek all of Alton...
ENGAGEMENT: (06/22/06)
ENGAGEMENT: Kevin and Suzette Burk of Camp announce the engagement of their daughter, Kristen Leah Burk, to Derek Wesley Long, son of Glenn II and Shannon Long of Franklin.
Whiteside, Allen plan July wedding (06/22/06)
Don and Brenda Whiteside of Thayer announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Leslie Whiteside, to Jeremy Allen, son of Vernon and Debby Allen of Dexter. The bride-elect is a 2001 graduate from Koshkonong High School and is a teacher at Highland Middle School...
ENGAGEMENT: (06/22/06)
ENGAGEMENT: Kevin and Suzette Burk of Camp announce the engagement of their daughter, Kristen Leah Burk, to Derek Wesley Long, son of Glenn II and Shannon Long of Franklin.
Whiteside, Allen plan July wedding (06/22/06)
Don and Brenda Whiteside of Thayer announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Leslie Whiteside, to Jeremy Allen, son of Vernon and Debby Allen of Dexter. The bride-elect is a 2001 graduate from Koshkonong High School and is a teacher at Highland Middle School...
Boldly Going Nowhere (06/22/06)
Sodium chloride (NaCl) is a crystalline compound called salt. According to a publication called The Sodium Counter, the average American's salt intake is two to three teaspoons per day. This provides 4,000 to 6,000 milligrams of sodium a day. The Food and Drug Administration recommends a maximum daily quantity of 2,400 milligrams...
Boldly Going Nowhere (06/22/06)
Sodium chloride (NaCl) is a crystalline compound called salt. According to a publication called The Sodium Counter, the average American's salt intake is two to three teaspoons per day. This provides 4,000 to 6,000 milligrams of sodium a day. The Food and Drug Administration recommends a maximum daily quantity of 2,400 milligrams...