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Stories from Thursday, September 14, 2006

Chief: boy admits to huffing (09/14/06)
Cave City Police Chief Vernon Gann cited a 12-year-old boy who Gann said admitted he had been huffing gasoline. The unnamed boy is charged with public intoxication and huffing. Huffing means inhaling the fumes of a volatile chemical or substance to become intoxicated...
Theft, assault charges filed (09/14/06)
Sgt. Sonny Gerringer investigated the report of an assault Sept. 2. The victim Tim McDoulett had allegedly been assaulted at North Lake, Horseshoe Bend, by a 16-year-old juvenile. Sgt. Gerringer took statements from five witnesses. The case remains under investigation. Charges are pending...
Four injured (09/14/06)
Four people were seriously injured in a two-car wreck Sept. 2 on Highway 63. Jennifer Schreit, 35, of Paragould was driving a 2005 GMC pickup north on Highway 63 around 1:30 p.m. when a southbound 2001 four-door Chevrolet Cavalier driven by Don E. England, 22, of Williford did not yield while turning into the Christ in You Tabernacle north of Acres Road, said Arkansas State Trooper Dustin Rogers. The front end of Schreit's vehicle collided with the right side of England's vehicle, Rogers said...
Pall attends legislative session (09/14/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- A Mammoth Spring woman, Patti Pall, served last month as the Fulton County representative to the Arkansas Silver Haired Legislature. Pall said 20 bills and four resolutions were presented to county delegates of the 2006 Silver Haired League legislative session held in Little Rock Aug. 23-24...
Vandalism, theft (09/14/06)
OREGON COUNTY -- The Oregon County Commission last week addressed the issue of stolen and vandalized road signs. Southern District Commissioner John Wrenfrow said the people stealing and vandalizing signs need to understand that not only are they expensive to replace, they are put there for a reason...
FIRE: (09/14/06)
FIRE: The Mammoth Spring Fire Department, assisted by the Hardy Fire Department, battled a fire last week at the Deer Crossing Flea Market south of Mammoth Spring. A house and another building were destroyed in the fire. No one was injured. It has not been determined how the fire started. Photo/ Sisk Lawrence...
Break-in at Ash Flat (09/14/06)
Ash Flat Police are investigating a residential break-in at a home on South Circle Drive. Police Chief Mike Zeiger went to the home belonging to John and Judy Katrosh on Aug. 28 to investigate a reported burglary. When the Judy Katrosh arrived at the home she went to the restroom to turn on water and noticed jewelry on the floor in a nearby bedroom, Zeiger said. She then called 9-1-1...
NEW TEACHERS: (09/14/06)
NEW TEACHERS: New teachers this year at Mammoth Spring School are from left: Jamie Webb, band and music; Amy Smith, fourth grade; Jolie Washam, seventh and eighth grade math and science; and Beth Ragsdale, third grade. Physical education, boys' basketball and golf coach Jeremy Cude is not pictured. Photo/Sisk Lawrence...
Kosh man violates parole (09/14/06)
HOWELL COUNTY -- A Koshkonong man, David Allen Teague, was transported to the Missouri Department of Corrections last week after violating terms of his parole. On Aug. 28 officers with the Howell County Sheriff's Department responded to a call from Teri Teague at her home on Private Road 13688, Koshkonong. When the officers arrived they were met by Teri Teague and her parents, Robert and Barbara Cox of Thayer...
He missed (09/14/06)
A Tennessee man was arrested after allegedly firing a gun while intoxicated and causing damage to property on the Spring River. Sept. 9 Jeffrey Cox of Cordova, Tenn., was charged with criminal mischief and his weapons were confiscated by Fulton County Deputy Scott Holloway...
Man battles patrol car -- bad idea (09/14/06)
Cave City Police arrested a man for public intoxication and disorderly conduct after he bent a cage and dislodged a window in a patrol car Sept. 2. Cpl. Aaron Presser went to the Charleston Street Apartments after Sharp County dispatch received a call regarding a man outside the home beating on a door and refusing to leave...
Plays to full house (09/14/06)
Country vocal group Little Big Town performed in the John E. Miller Auditorium at Ozarka College Sept. 7 to an excited, sold-out crowd. The Ozarka College Foundation Board of Directors brought the group to Melbourne in hopes of reaching their goal for a Title III strengthening institutions grant to endow scholarships for students in the north-central Arkansas area...
Hazardous collections set at Myrtle (09/14/06)
MYRTLE -- The South Central Solid Waste Management District will hold free household hazardous waste collections Oct. 14 at Myrtle. District Director Lynda Rohel said the collection will be from 9 a.m. to noon. She said only households will be eligible to bring their waste to the collection site. No business waste will be accepted the day of the waste collection and no containers larger than five gallons will be accepted...
Mother, child injured (09/14/06)
BIRCH TREE -- A Thomasville woman and her infant son were injured in a crash Sept. 5 in Birch Tree. According to Troop G of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Kimberly Washington, 28, and David Washington were injured at 11:49 a.m. on U.S. 60 at Highway 99...
Chief: boy admits to huffing (09/14/06)
Cave City Police Chief Vernon Gann cited a 12-year-old boy who Gann said admitted he had been huffing gasoline. The unnamed boy is charged with public intoxication and huffing. Huffing means inhaling the fumes of a volatile chemical or substance to become intoxicated...
Hazardous collections set at Myrtle (09/14/06)
MYRTLE -- The South Central Solid Waste Management District will hold free household hazardous waste collections Oct. 14 at Myrtle. District Director Lynda Rohel said the collection will be from 9 a.m. to noon. She said only households will be eligible to bring their waste to the collection site. No business waste will be accepted the day of the waste collection and no containers larger than five gallons will be accepted...
Pall attends legislative session (09/14/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- A Mammoth Spring woman, Patti Pall, served last month as the Fulton County representative to the Arkansas Silver Haired Legislature. Pall said 20 bills and four resolutions were presented to county delegates of the 2006 Silver Haired League legislative session held in Little Rock Aug. 23-24...
Vandalism, theft (09/14/06)
OREGON COUNTY -- The Oregon County Commission last week addressed the issue of stolen and vandalized road signs. Southern District Commissioner John Wrenfrow said the people stealing and vandalizing signs need to understand that not only are they expensive to replace, they are put there for a reason...
Mother, child injured (09/14/06)
BIRCH TREE -- A Thomasville woman and her infant son were injured in a crash Sept. 5 in Birch Tree. According to Troop G of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Kimberly Washington, 28, and David Washington were injured at 11:49 a.m. on U.S. 60 at Highway 99...
Plays to full house (09/14/06)
Country vocal group Little Big Town performed in the John E. Miller Auditorium at Ozarka College Sept. 7 to an excited, sold-out crowd. The Ozarka College Foundation Board of Directors brought the group to Melbourne in hopes of reaching their goal for a Title III strengthening institutions grant to endow scholarships for students in the north-central Arkansas area...
Man battles patrol car -- bad idea (09/14/06)
Cave City Police arrested a man for public intoxication and disorderly conduct after he bent a cage and dislodged a window in a patrol car Sept. 2. Cpl. Aaron Presser went to the Charleston Street Apartments after Sharp County dispatch received a call regarding a man outside the home beating on a door and refusing to leave...
Four injured (09/14/06)
Four people were seriously injured in a two-car wreck Sept. 2 on Highway 63. Jennifer Schreit, 35, of Paragould was driving a 2005 GMC pickup north on Highway 63 around 1:30 p.m. when a southbound 2001 four-door Chevrolet Cavalier driven by Don E. England, 22, of Williford did not yield while turning into the Christ in You Tabernacle north of Acres Road, said Arkansas State Trooper Dustin Rogers. The front end of Schreit's vehicle collided with the right side of England's vehicle, Rogers said...
Break-in at Ash Flat (09/14/06)
Ash Flat Police are investigating a residential break-in at a home on South Circle Drive. Police Chief Mike Zeiger went to the home belonging to John and Judy Katrosh on Aug. 28 to investigate a reported burglary. When the Judy Katrosh arrived at the home she went to the restroom to turn on water and noticed jewelry on the floor in a nearby bedroom, Zeiger said. She then called 9-1-1...
He missed (09/14/06)
A Tennessee man was arrested after allegedly firing a gun while intoxicated and causing damage to property on the Spring River. Sept. 9 Jeffrey Cox of Cordova, Tenn., was charged with criminal mischief and his weapons were confiscated by Fulton County Deputy Scott Holloway...
Theft, assault charges filed (09/14/06)
Sgt. Sonny Gerringer investigated the report of an assault Sept. 2. The victim Tim McDoulett had allegedly been assaulted at North Lake, Horseshoe Bend, by a 16-year-old juvenile. Sgt. Gerringer took statements from five witnesses. The case remains under investigation. Charges are pending...
Kosh man violates parole (09/14/06)
HOWELL COUNTY -- A Koshkonong man, David Allen Teague, was transported to the Missouri Department of Corrections last week after violating terms of his parole. On Aug. 28 officers with the Howell County Sheriff's Department responded to a call from Teri Teague at her home on Private Road 13688, Koshkonong. When the officers arrived they were met by Teri Teague and her parents, Robert and Barbara Cox of Thayer...
FIRE: (09/14/06)
FIRE: The Mammoth Spring Fire Department, assisted by the Hardy Fire Department, battled a fire last week at the Deer Crossing Flea Market south of Mammoth Spring. A house and another building were destroyed in the fire. No one was injured. It has not been determined how the fire started. Photo/ Sisk Lawrence...
NEW TEACHERS: (09/14/06)
NEW TEACHERS: New teachers this year at Mammoth Spring School are from left: Jamie Webb, band and music; Amy Smith, fourth grade; Jolie Washam, seventh and eighth grade math and science; and Beth Ragsdale, third grade. Physical education, boys' basketball and golf coach Jeremy Cude is not pictured. Photo/Sisk Lawrence...
Kosh man violates parole (09/14/06)
HOWELL COUNTY -- A Koshkonong man, David Allen Teague, was transported to the Missouri Department of Corrections last week after violating terms of his parole. On Aug. 28 officers with the Howell County Sheriff's Department responded to a call from Teri Teague at her home on Private Road 13688, Koshkonong. When the officers arrived they were met by Teri Teague and her parents, Robert and Barbara Cox of Thayer...
Hazardous collections set at Myrtle (09/14/06)
MYRTLE -- The South Central Solid Waste Management District will hold free household hazardous waste collections Oct. 14 at Myrtle. District Director Lynda Rohel said the collection will be from 9 a.m. to noon. She said only households will be eligible to bring their waste to the collection site. No business waste will be accepted the day of the waste collection and no containers larger than five gallons will be accepted...
Mother, child injured (09/14/06)
BIRCH TREE -- A Thomasville woman and her infant son were injured in a crash Sept. 5 in Birch Tree. According to Troop G of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Kimberly Washington, 28, and David Washington were injured at 11:49 a.m. on U.S. 60 at Highway 99...
Chief: boy admits to huffing (09/14/06)
Cave City Police Chief Vernon Gann cited a 12-year-old boy who Gann said admitted he had been huffing gasoline. The unnamed boy is charged with public intoxication and huffing. Huffing means inhaling the fumes of a volatile chemical or substance to become intoxicated...
Break-in at Ash Flat (09/14/06)
Ash Flat Police are investigating a residential break-in at a home on South Circle Drive. Police Chief Mike Zeiger went to the home belonging to John and Judy Katrosh on Aug. 28 to investigate a reported burglary. When the Judy Katrosh arrived at the home she went to the restroom to turn on water and noticed jewelry on the floor in a nearby bedroom, Zeiger said. She then called 9-1-1...
Four injured (09/14/06)
Four people were seriously injured in a two-car wreck Sept. 2 on Highway 63. Jennifer Schreit, 35, of Paragould was driving a 2005 GMC pickup north on Highway 63 around 1:30 p.m. when a southbound 2001 four-door Chevrolet Cavalier driven by Don E. England, 22, of Williford did not yield while turning into the Christ in You Tabernacle north of Acres Road, said Arkansas State Trooper Dustin Rogers. The front end of Schreit's vehicle collided with the right side of England's vehicle, Rogers said...
FIRE: (09/14/06)
FIRE: The Mammoth Spring Fire Department, assisted by the Hardy Fire Department, battled a fire last week at the Deer Crossing Flea Market south of Mammoth Spring. A house and another building were destroyed in the fire. No one was injured. It has not been determined how the fire started. Photo/ Sisk Lawrence...
Theft, assault charges filed (09/14/06)
Sgt. Sonny Gerringer investigated the report of an assault Sept. 2. The victim Tim McDoulett had allegedly been assaulted at North Lake, Horseshoe Bend, by a 16-year-old juvenile. Sgt. Gerringer took statements from five witnesses. The case remains under investigation. Charges are pending...
Man battles patrol car -- bad idea (09/14/06)
Cave City Police arrested a man for public intoxication and disorderly conduct after he bent a cage and dislodged a window in a patrol car Sept. 2. Cpl. Aaron Presser went to the Charleston Street Apartments after Sharp County dispatch received a call regarding a man outside the home beating on a door and refusing to leave...
Pall attends legislative session (09/14/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- A Mammoth Spring woman, Patti Pall, served last month as the Fulton County representative to the Arkansas Silver Haired Legislature. Pall said 20 bills and four resolutions were presented to county delegates of the 2006 Silver Haired League legislative session held in Little Rock Aug. 23-24...
He missed (09/14/06)
A Tennessee man was arrested after allegedly firing a gun while intoxicated and causing damage to property on the Spring River. Sept. 9 Jeffrey Cox of Cordova, Tenn., was charged with criminal mischief and his weapons were confiscated by Fulton County Deputy Scott Holloway...
Plays to full house (09/14/06)
Country vocal group Little Big Town performed in the John E. Miller Auditorium at Ozarka College Sept. 7 to an excited, sold-out crowd. The Ozarka College Foundation Board of Directors brought the group to Melbourne in hopes of reaching their goal for a Title III strengthening institutions grant to endow scholarships for students in the north-central Arkansas area...
Vandalism, theft (09/14/06)
OREGON COUNTY -- The Oregon County Commission last week addressed the issue of stolen and vandalized road signs. Southern District Commissioner John Wrenfrow said the people stealing and vandalizing signs need to understand that not only are they expensive to replace, they are put there for a reason...
NEW TEACHERS: (09/14/06)
NEW TEACHERS: New teachers this year at Mammoth Spring School are from left: Jamie Webb, band and music; Amy Smith, fourth grade; Jolie Washam, seventh and eighth grade math and science; and Beth Ragsdale, third grade. Physical education, boys' basketball and golf coach Jeremy Cude is not pictured. Photo/Sisk Lawrence...
Four injured (09/14/06)
Four people were seriously injured in a two-car wreck Sept. 2 on Highway 63. Jennifer Schreit, 35, of Paragould was driving a 2005 GMC pickup north on Highway 63 around 1:30 p.m. when a southbound 2001 four-door Chevrolet Cavalier driven by Don E. England, 22, of Williford did not yield while turning into the Christ in You Tabernacle north of Acres Road, said Arkansas State Trooper Dustin Rogers. The front end of Schreit's vehicle collided with the right side of England's vehicle, Rogers said...
Chief: boy admits to huffing (09/14/06)
Cave City Police Chief Vernon Gann cited a 12-year-old boy who Gann said admitted he had been huffing gasoline. The unnamed boy is charged with public intoxication and huffing. Huffing means inhaling the fumes of a volatile chemical or substance to become intoxicated...
Hazardous collections set at Myrtle (09/14/06)
MYRTLE -- The South Central Solid Waste Management District will hold free household hazardous waste collections Oct. 14 at Myrtle. District Director Lynda Rohel said the collection will be from 9 a.m. to noon. She said only households will be eligible to bring their waste to the collection site. No business waste will be accepted the day of the waste collection and no containers larger than five gallons will be accepted...
Theft, assault charges filed (09/14/06)
Sgt. Sonny Gerringer investigated the report of an assault Sept. 2. The victim Tim McDoulett had allegedly been assaulted at North Lake, Horseshoe Bend, by a 16-year-old juvenile. Sgt. Gerringer took statements from five witnesses. The case remains under investigation. Charges are pending...
Kosh man violates parole (09/14/06)
HOWELL COUNTY -- A Koshkonong man, David Allen Teague, was transported to the Missouri Department of Corrections last week after violating terms of his parole. On Aug. 28 officers with the Howell County Sheriff's Department responded to a call from Teri Teague at her home on Private Road 13688, Koshkonong. When the officers arrived they were met by Teri Teague and her parents, Robert and Barbara Cox of Thayer...
Man battles patrol car -- bad idea (09/14/06)
Cave City Police arrested a man for public intoxication and disorderly conduct after he bent a cage and dislodged a window in a patrol car Sept. 2. Cpl. Aaron Presser went to the Charleston Street Apartments after Sharp County dispatch received a call regarding a man outside the home beating on a door and refusing to leave...
He missed (09/14/06)
A Tennessee man was arrested after allegedly firing a gun while intoxicated and causing damage to property on the Spring River. Sept. 9 Jeffrey Cox of Cordova, Tenn., was charged with criminal mischief and his weapons were confiscated by Fulton County Deputy Scott Holloway...
Break-in at Ash Flat (09/14/06)
Ash Flat Police are investigating a residential break-in at a home on South Circle Drive. Police Chief Mike Zeiger went to the home belonging to John and Judy Katrosh on Aug. 28 to investigate a reported burglary. When the Judy Katrosh arrived at the home she went to the restroom to turn on water and noticed jewelry on the floor in a nearby bedroom, Zeiger said. She then called 9-1-1...
Plays to full house (09/14/06)
Country vocal group Little Big Town performed in the John E. Miller Auditorium at Ozarka College Sept. 7 to an excited, sold-out crowd. The Ozarka College Foundation Board of Directors brought the group to Melbourne in hopes of reaching their goal for a Title III strengthening institutions grant to endow scholarships for students in the north-central Arkansas area...
Pall attends legislative session (09/14/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- A Mammoth Spring woman, Patti Pall, served last month as the Fulton County representative to the Arkansas Silver Haired Legislature. Pall said 20 bills and four resolutions were presented to county delegates of the 2006 Silver Haired League legislative session held in Little Rock Aug. 23-24...
Mother, child injured (09/14/06)
BIRCH TREE -- A Thomasville woman and her infant son were injured in a crash Sept. 5 in Birch Tree. According to Troop G of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Kimberly Washington, 28, and David Washington were injured at 11:49 a.m. on U.S. 60 at Highway 99...
Vandalism, theft (09/14/06)
OREGON COUNTY -- The Oregon County Commission last week addressed the issue of stolen and vandalized road signs. Southern District Commissioner John Wrenfrow said the people stealing and vandalizing signs need to understand that not only are they expensive to replace, they are put there for a reason...
FIRE: (09/14/06)
FIRE: The Mammoth Spring Fire Department, assisted by the Hardy Fire Department, battled a fire last week at the Deer Crossing Flea Market south of Mammoth Spring. A house and another building were destroyed in the fire. No one was injured. It has not been determined how the fire started. Photo/ Sisk Lawrence...
NEW TEACHERS: (09/14/06)
NEW TEACHERS: New teachers this year at Mammoth Spring School are from left: Jamie Webb, band and music; Amy Smith, fourth grade; Jolie Washam, seventh and eighth grade math and science; and Beth Ragsdale, third grade. Physical education, boys' basketball and golf coach Jeremy Cude is not pictured. Photo/Sisk Lawrence...
Watson named All-American Scholar (09/14/06)
The United States Achievement Academy has announced that Zoe Watson from Mammoth Spring has been named an All-American Scholar. The USAA has established the All-American Scholar Award Program to offer deserved recognition to superior students who excel in the academic disciplines. The All-American Scholars must earn a 3.3 or higher grade point average. Only scholars selected by a school instructor, counselor or other qualified sponsors are accepted...
Cochran reunion held (09/14/06)
The Cochran reunion was held Sept. 2 and 3 at the Community Center, with 37 attending. They were: Neal and Janice Horton of Hardy; Margie Jones of Brookland, Ark.; Alva W. and Reba D. Morgan of Hardy; Billy Cochran of Hot Springs; Leslie Roberts, Steven Maston of Hot Springs; Pauline Stroud of Glencoe; Clarence G. ...
Dills graduates from Bryan College (09/14/06)
Richard S. Dills Jr. from Thayer, Mo., recently graduated from the associate of occupational studies computer information systems -- networking program at Bryan College in Springfield, Mo. Bryan College was founded in 1982 to meet the growing demands of students who wanted a no-nonsense course of study directly related to their fields of study. ...
Art Gallery to feature works by McCarroll (09/14/06)
The Spring River Art Gallery in Hardy will feature the works of artist Pat McCarroll during the month of September. Growing up in Arkansas, McCarroll developed an interest in art as a child. She minored in art while obtaining a degree in education. After a teaching career, she has returned to art. She has studied with Shelia Parsons, Ophelia Middlebrooks, Sharon Simmons and others...
Johnson obtains GRI designation (09/14/06)
Cathy Johnson Executive Broker and Office Manager of United Country Cotham & Co Realtors recently completed the courses required to obtain her GRI designation. GRI, which stands for Graduate REALTOR® Institute, is a nationally recognized professional real estate designation. ...
Johnson obtains GRI designation (09/14/06)
Cathy Johnson Executive Broker and Office Manager of United Country Cotham & Co Realtors recently completed the courses required to obtain her GRI designation. GRI, which stands for Graduate REALTOR® Institute, is a nationally recognized professional real estate designation. ...
Art Gallery to feature works by McCarroll (09/14/06)
The Spring River Art Gallery in Hardy will feature the works of artist Pat McCarroll during the month of September. Growing up in Arkansas, McCarroll developed an interest in art as a child. She minored in art while obtaining a degree in education. After a teaching career, she has returned to art. She has studied with Shelia Parsons, Ophelia Middlebrooks, Sharon Simmons and others...
Dills graduates from Bryan College (09/14/06)
Richard S. Dills Jr. from Thayer, Mo., recently graduated from the associate of occupational studies computer information systems -- networking program at Bryan College in Springfield, Mo. Bryan College was founded in 1982 to meet the growing demands of students who wanted a no-nonsense course of study directly related to their fields of study. ...
Cochran reunion held (09/14/06)
The Cochran reunion was held Sept. 2 and 3 at the Community Center, with 37 attending. They were: Neal and Janice Horton of Hardy; Margie Jones of Brookland, Ark.; Alva W. and Reba D. Morgan of Hardy; Billy Cochran of Hot Springs; Leslie Roberts, Steven Maston of Hot Springs; Pauline Stroud of Glencoe; Clarence G. ...
Watson named All-American Scholar (09/14/06)
The United States Achievement Academy has announced that Zoe Watson from Mammoth Spring has been named an All-American Scholar. The USAA has established the All-American Scholar Award Program to offer deserved recognition to superior students who excel in the academic disciplines. The All-American Scholars must earn a 3.3 or higher grade point average. Only scholars selected by a school instructor, counselor or other qualified sponsors are accepted...
Art Gallery to feature works by McCarroll (09/14/06)
The Spring River Art Gallery in Hardy will feature the works of artist Pat McCarroll during the month of September. Growing up in Arkansas, McCarroll developed an interest in art as a child. She minored in art while obtaining a degree in education. After a teaching career, she has returned to art. She has studied with Shelia Parsons, Ophelia Middlebrooks, Sharon Simmons and others...
Dills graduates from Bryan College (09/14/06)
Richard S. Dills Jr. from Thayer, Mo., recently graduated from the associate of occupational studies computer information systems -- networking program at Bryan College in Springfield, Mo. Bryan College was founded in 1982 to meet the growing demands of students who wanted a no-nonsense course of study directly related to their fields of study. ...
Cochran reunion held (09/14/06)
The Cochran reunion was held Sept. 2 and 3 at the Community Center, with 37 attending. They were: Neal and Janice Horton of Hardy; Margie Jones of Brookland, Ark.; Alva W. and Reba D. Morgan of Hardy; Billy Cochran of Hot Springs; Leslie Roberts, Steven Maston of Hot Springs; Pauline Stroud of Glencoe; Clarence G. ...
Watson named All-American Scholar (09/14/06)
The United States Achievement Academy has announced that Zoe Watson from Mammoth Spring has been named an All-American Scholar. The USAA has established the All-American Scholar Award Program to offer deserved recognition to superior students who excel in the academic disciplines. The All-American Scholars must earn a 3.3 or higher grade point average. Only scholars selected by a school instructor, counselor or other qualified sponsors are accepted...
Johnson obtains GRI designation (09/14/06)
Cathy Johnson Executive Broker and Office Manager of United Country Cotham & Co Realtors recently completed the courses required to obtain her GRI designation. GRI, which stands for Graduate REALTOR® Institute, is a nationally recognized professional real estate designation. ...
Dills graduates from Bryan College (09/14/06)
Richard S. Dills Jr. from Thayer, Mo., recently graduated from the associate of occupational studies computer information systems -- networking program at Bryan College in Springfield, Mo. Bryan College was founded in 1982 to meet the growing demands of students who wanted a no-nonsense course of study directly related to their fields of study. ...
Watson named All-American Scholar (09/14/06)
The United States Achievement Academy has announced that Zoe Watson from Mammoth Spring has been named an All-American Scholar. The USAA has established the All-American Scholar Award Program to offer deserved recognition to superior students who excel in the academic disciplines. The All-American Scholars must earn a 3.3 or higher grade point average. Only scholars selected by a school instructor, counselor or other qualified sponsors are accepted...
Cochran reunion held (09/14/06)
The Cochran reunion was held Sept. 2 and 3 at the Community Center, with 37 attending. They were: Neal and Janice Horton of Hardy; Margie Jones of Brookland, Ark.; Alva W. and Reba D. Morgan of Hardy; Billy Cochran of Hot Springs; Leslie Roberts, Steven Maston of Hot Springs; Pauline Stroud of Glencoe; Clarence G. ...
Art Gallery to feature works by McCarroll (09/14/06)
The Spring River Art Gallery in Hardy will feature the works of artist Pat McCarroll during the month of September. Growing up in Arkansas, McCarroll developed an interest in art as a child. She minored in art while obtaining a degree in education. After a teaching career, she has returned to art. She has studied with Shelia Parsons, Ophelia Middlebrooks, Sharon Simmons and others...
Johnson obtains GRI designation (09/14/06)
Cathy Johnson Executive Broker and Office Manager of United Country Cotham & Co Realtors recently completed the courses required to obtain her GRI designation. GRI, which stands for Graduate REALTOR® Institute, is a nationally recognized professional real estate designation. ...
Turnin' the tables (09/14/06)
Distance-wise, it's only a little over 82 miles from Thayer, Mo., to Jonesboro, Ark. However, when measuring the Salem Greyhounds' week-one performance in Thayer compared to the way they played in a week-two contest in Jonesboro, the distance is at least a million miles away...
Unblemished! (09/14/06)
Two games. Two wins. Make that two shutout wins. Not a bad way to start the new season. After Thayer had blanked the Salem, Ark., Greyhounds 39-0 in week one, the Bobcats welcomed the Houston Tigers to town on a beautiful Sept. 8 evening. As the Tigers made their way to the border to tangle with Thayer, Houston's week-one 47-0 shutout at the hands of the Marionville Comets had to be on their minds, as the Tigers surely wanted to prove that game was a fluke...
National hunting, fishing day nears (09/14/06)
Americans who love the outdoors will have an opportunity to celebrate the joys of hunting and fishing at National Hunting and Fishing Day Sept. 23. The Wonders of Wildlife (WOW) Museum in Springfield is in charge of arrangements for the 35th National Hunting and Fishing Day (NHFD) celebration...
Unblemished! (09/14/06)
Two games. Two wins. Make that two shutout wins. Not a bad way to start the new season. After Thayer had blanked the Salem, Ark., Greyhounds 39-0 in week one, the Bobcats welcomed the Houston Tigers to town on a beautiful Sept. 8 evening. As the Tigers made their way to the border to tangle with Thayer, Houston's week-one 47-0 shutout at the hands of the Marionville Comets had to be on their minds, as the Tigers surely wanted to prove that game was a fluke...
National hunting, fishing day nears (09/14/06)
Americans who love the outdoors will have an opportunity to celebrate the joys of hunting and fishing at National Hunting and Fishing Day Sept. 23. The Wonders of Wildlife (WOW) Museum in Springfield is in charge of arrangements for the 35th National Hunting and Fishing Day (NHFD) celebration...
Turnin' the tables (09/14/06)
Distance-wise, it's only a little over 82 miles from Thayer, Mo., to Jonesboro, Ark. However, when measuring the Salem Greyhounds' week-one performance in Thayer compared to the way they played in a week-two contest in Jonesboro, the distance is at least a million miles away...
Turnin' the tables (09/14/06)
Distance-wise, it's only a little over 82 miles from Thayer, Mo., to Jonesboro, Ark. However, when measuring the Salem Greyhounds' week-one performance in Thayer compared to the way they played in a week-two contest in Jonesboro, the distance is at least a million miles away...
Unblemished! (09/14/06)
Two games. Two wins. Make that two shutout wins. Not a bad way to start the new season. After Thayer had blanked the Salem, Ark., Greyhounds 39-0 in week one, the Bobcats welcomed the Houston Tigers to town on a beautiful Sept. 8 evening. As the Tigers made their way to the border to tangle with Thayer, Houston's week-one 47-0 shutout at the hands of the Marionville Comets had to be on their minds, as the Tigers surely wanted to prove that game was a fluke...
National hunting, fishing day nears (09/14/06)
Americans who love the outdoors will have an opportunity to celebrate the joys of hunting and fishing at National Hunting and Fishing Day Sept. 23. The Wonders of Wildlife (WOW) Museum in Springfield is in charge of arrangements for the 35th National Hunting and Fishing Day (NHFD) celebration...
Turnin' the tables (09/14/06)
Distance-wise, it's only a little over 82 miles from Thayer, Mo., to Jonesboro, Ark. However, when measuring the Salem Greyhounds' week-one performance in Thayer compared to the way they played in a week-two contest in Jonesboro, the distance is at least a million miles away...
Unblemished! (09/14/06)
Two games. Two wins. Make that two shutout wins. Not a bad way to start the new season. After Thayer had blanked the Salem, Ark., Greyhounds 39-0 in week one, the Bobcats welcomed the Houston Tigers to town on a beautiful Sept. 8 evening. As the Tigers made their way to the border to tangle with Thayer, Houston's week-one 47-0 shutout at the hands of the Marionville Comets had to be on their minds, as the Tigers surely wanted to prove that game was a fluke...
National hunting, fishing day nears (09/14/06)
Americans who love the outdoors will have an opportunity to celebrate the joys of hunting and fishing at National Hunting and Fishing Day Sept. 23. The Wonders of Wildlife (WOW) Museum in Springfield is in charge of arrangements for the 35th National Hunting and Fishing Day (NHFD) celebration...
Ralph F. Cox (09/14/06)
Ralph F. Cox, the son of Wilburn S. Cox and Ruby Stubblefield Cox, was born Feb. 4, 1925, at Myrtle, Mo. He died Aug. 19, 2006, in West Vue Nursing Center of West Plains, Mo. The family moved to Alton when Ralph was 10 years old. In 1941 he graduated from Alton High School and went to work immediately for the Bank of Thayer, filing and posting checks...
Margaret Louise Oertel (09/14/06)
Margaret Louise Oertel, 85, of Horseshoe Bend, died Sept. 3, 2006, at the North Arkansas Life Care Center in Horseshoe Bend. A memorial service will be held Sept. 16 at 2 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Horseshoe Bend. Arrangements are by Horseshoe Bend Memorial Chapel...
Mike Humphries (09/14/06)
James Michael Humphries of Salem, son of the late James (Jim) Humphries and Mardel Jean Griffith Humphries, was born Oct. 17 1954, in Salem. He died Aug. 31, 2006, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home at the age of 51 years. Humphries was united in marriage to Teresa Batterton in February of 1983 in Salem. To this union, two sons were born...
Woodrow Hufstedler (09/14/06)
Woodrow (Woody) Hufstedler, 88, of Lee's Summit, Mo., died Aug. 23, 2006, at Lee's Summit Hospital. Graveside services were held Aug. 29 at the Missouri State Veteran's Cemetery in Higginsville, Mo. Burial followed at the Veterans cemetery Officiating was Rev. Claudia Walker, Chaplain -- Lee's Summit Hospital...
James Donald Walling (09/14/06)
James Donald Walling of Byron, Ark., son of the late George Richard and Beulah Jeanie (Smith) Walling, was born July 30, 1914, at Hobart, Okla. He died Sept. 7, 2006, in Salem at the age of 92. Walling was united in marriage to Marie Helm on July 17, 1942, at Byron, and to this union a son was born...
Bonny F. Reed (09/14/06)
Bonny F. Reed, (nee Campbell) of Pacific, Mo., died Aug. 25, 2006, at the age of 56. She was born Aug. 3, 1950, the daughter of William Albert and Delores Althea (nee Curry) Campbell. Survivors include two daughters, Laura Henry of Mammoth Spring and Melinda Lee of Hardy; one son, Robert, and wife Amanda Reed of Little Rock; two sisters, Shirley and husband Art Wade of Pacific; and Barbara Christian of Pacific; two brothers, William "Bill" Campbell of Villa Ridge, and Eddie and wife Jan Campbell of Cherokee Village; and six grandchildren, Derrick, Eric, Sarah, Shelby, Stephanie and Stephen; and her beloved Furby. ...
Hazel "Haze" Pemberton (09/14/06)
Funeral services for Hazel Jean "Haze" Pemberton, 82, of Searcy, were held Sept. 6 at the Osceola Church of Christ. Haze, as she was know to her loved ones, died Sept. 2, 2006, at the White County Medical Center. She was born in Salem Nov. 18, 1923, the daughter of Fred and Maye Hall Bingham. ...
Cloris I. Newman (09/14/06)
Cloris I. Newman of Byron, Ark., daughter of the late Henry Alford DeWitt and Oma Lee Sanders DeWitt, was born July 29, 1933, in Rodney, Ark. She died Sept. 7, 2006, at the Community Medical Center of Izard County in Calico Rock at the age of 73. She was united in marriage to Treno Newman on Jan. 31, 1949, in Byron, Ark. To this union six children were born...
Ruth Humphreys (09/14/06)
Ruth Archer Humphreys, 101, of Sharp County, Ark., died Sept. 9, 2006, at St. Bernard's Regional Medical Center in Jonesboro. She was born in Mammoth Spring Oct. 16, 1904. She lived most of her adult life in Memphis and the last 30 years in Sharp County. She was a lifelong Methodist...
Christine Dillard (09/14/06)
Christine Dillard of Rogers, Ark., was born May 8, 1911 at Couch, Mo., the daughter of Samuel O. Reeves and Bessie Bryan Reeves. She lived in Thayer until her marriage to Vernon C. Dillard of Mammoth Spring. She died Sept. 6, 2006, in the Eureka Springs Municipal Hospital at the age of 95...
Betty Jean Cathey (09/14/06)
Betty Jean Cathey of Cape Girardeau, Mo., died Sept. 9, 2006, in Cape Girardeau at the age of 74. She was born June 17, 1932, in Cardwell, Mo., the daughter of the late Gilbert Stanley and Verla Cox Stanley. She was united in marriage on Jan. 1, 1953, in Mammoth Spring to Doyle Cathey...
Curtis Neal Brown (09/14/06)
Curtis Neal Brown, son of the late John Madison Brown and Mary Lee Pate Brown, was born Sept. 19, 1911, in Viola. He died Aug. 19, 2006, in West Plains, Mo., at the age of 94 years. He was united in marriage Sept. 9, 1939, in Salem to Mildred A. Stone, who preceded him in death May 20, 1999...