[Nameplate] Fair ~ 61°F  
High: 84°F ~ Low: 57°F
Sunday, Oct. 26, 2014

Stories from Thursday, September 21, 2006

Another bank robbery; same guy? (09/21/06)
A Kansas City man being sought for the armed robberies of a Hardy bank and two Missouri banks is now a suspect in yet another bank robbery -- this time in Kansas. Around 1:30 p.m. Sept. 6 a white male armed with a handgun entered the First Option Bank in LaCygne, Kan., about 50 miles south of Kansas City, and demanded that tellers put money in a grocery bag, according to a press release from Linn County Kansas Sheriff Marvin Stites. ...
Infant dies from injuries in automobile accident (09/21/06)
The accident occurred on U.S. 60 and Highway 99 in Birch Tree. Rowlett died Sept. 8 at St. John's Hospital in Springfield, according to Troop G of the Missouri Highway Patrol. Rowlett was taken by air ambulance to the Springfield hospital after the 1995 Plymouth driven by his mother, Kimberly Rowlett, failed to yield the right-of-way and drove into the path of a 1992 Chevrolet driven by Emanuel Earwood, 77, of Willard...
Haggins dies in jail (09/21/06)
A Mammoth Spring man charged with murdering a 17-month-old girl in April was found dead inside his cell in the Sharp County Jail Sept. 13. Shane Buckshot Haggins, 30, was found hanging inside his cell by jail personnel at 6:02 a.m. An apparent suicide note was found inside the cell. Police are not releasing what the note said...
Judge says no to photo ID (09/21/06)
OREGON COUNTY -- Oregon County voters who will be going to the polls to cast their vote in the Nov. 7 general election will not be required to show a photo ID as previous announced. County Clerk Gary Hensley said his office received word Sept. 14 that a state judge had struck down Missouri's new voter identification law Thursday as an unconstitutional infringement on the right to vote...
Cement truck overturns (09/21/06)
A cement truck driver was injured when his truck overturned on Highway 62 west of Salem Sept. 13. The driver, Barry Gann, 30, of Hardy, was driving on a downhill slope attempting to negotiate a curve when he lost control of the vehicle. The truck turned end over end...
Mammoth Spring tourism increases (09/21/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Mammoth Spring Mayor Jean Pace said the first eight months of this year the city and county sales tax collected in the city has been more than in any time period in the past. "Our advertising the city has definitely brought more tourists here," she said...
Man charged with supplying alcohol to minors (09/21/06)
Paul Doyle Harrison, 25, of Melbourne was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and 10 counts of furnishing alcohol to minors after Izard County deputies were called out to his residence on the morning of Sept. 16. Sheriff's deputies responded to complaints of excessive noise from what callers supected was a party at Doyle's residence...
Resolution says no to new standards (09/21/06)
The Fulton County Quorum Court passed a resolution Sept. 11 calling for the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) to remove all "extraordinary resource water" designations in the state. The court did so to discourage the ADEQ's passing of the newly proposed change in regulation 2 regarding water quality standards in Arkansas. ...
Festival events set at Thayer (09/21/06)
THAYER -- Thayer alumni activities are set for homecoming weekend Oct. 13-14. Activities will start with the homecoming parade Oct. 13 at 2 p.m. in downtown Thayer. From 4-7 p.m. a tailgate party will be held at the football field. Alumni spokesman Billie Mooney said John Wrenfrow will supply the barbecue ribs and pulled pork sandwiches, baked beans, slaw and chips for the tailgate party...
Grants discussed at meeting (09/21/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Mammoth Spring City Council meeting Mayor Jean Pace told the city council the emergency management report she was preparing jointly with Fulton County Judge Charles Willett was ready to submit to the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management...
Art show to be held during festival (09/21/06)
THAYER -- The Thayer Area Arts Council will hold an art show and sale Oct. 12-15 at the Oregon County Country Music Theater. The show and sale will be held in conjunction with Thayer Alumni Homecoming. All forms of original art, both two dimensional and three dimensional, will be accepted...
BETA CLUB DONATION: (09/21/06)
BETA CLUB DONATION: The Mammoth Spring Beta Club made a donation to the school of $3,500 to help close in the porch at the back of the school so students will have somewhere to gather when the weather is bad outside. Beta Club sponsor Jo Kay Smith said the club has been collecting money for the project the last couple of years. ...
Fishing trip ends in death (09/21/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- A late summer fishing trip turned tragic last week for a grandfather and his grandson. Fulton County Sheriff Walter Dillinger said the Hardy Dive Team pulled the body of Steven Vaughn from the Spring River at 11:50 p.m. Sept. 13. Family members of Vaughn said he and his grandfather, Virgil Collins of Mammoth Spring, had been fishing in the late evening near the Bayou Access on the Spring River when Vaughn, 20, stood up in the boat and grabbed his neck before falling over the side of the boat into the river.. ...
Hospital loan approved (09/21/06)
The Fulton County Quorum Court voted 9-0 Sept. 11 to OK the processing of a $3.4 million government loan to expand the Fulton County Hospital. According to Fulton County Judge Charles Willett, this loan originated during a Sept. 7 meeting in which he and hospital administrator Frank Wise met with federal officials to cover details regarding the possibility of a USDA loan. ...
Salem prepares for flu pandemic (09/21/06)
Preparedness was the theme of the Fulton County Flu Pandemic meeting that took place Sept. 15 at the NAEC Orange Room. "We will not have federal help. We're on our own and need to plan for the worst case scenario," said Salem Police Chief and Director of Emergency Services Al Roork...
Hospital loan approved (09/21/06)
The Fulton County Quorum Court voted 9-0 Sept. 11 to OK the processing of a $3.4 million government loan to expand the Fulton County Hospital. According to Fulton County Judge Charles Willett, this loan originated during a Sept. 7 meeting in which he and hospital administrator Frank Wise met with federal officials to cover details regarding the possibility of a USDA loan. ...
Man charged with supplying alcohol to minors (09/21/06)
Paul Doyle Harrison, 25, of Melbourne was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and 10 counts of furnishing alcohol to minors after Izard County deputies were called out to his residence on the morning of Sept. 16. Sheriff's deputies responded to complaints of excessive noise from what callers supected was a party at Doyle's residence...
REWARD: (09/21/06)
REWARD: Fulton County Judge Charles Willett and 9-1-1 Coordinator David Keck have announced that the county is offering a $3,000 reward for anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest and conviction of persons responsible for the theft of road signs. ...
Disaster drill goes smoothly (09/21/06)
Dennis Williams, director of the Office of Emergency Management for Izard County, organized a mock disaster drill in Guion Sept. 16. Williams, with the help of Guion Fire Chief Lynn Pittman, orchestrates a mock drill every year for ADEM and to give training to the local firefighters. Saturdays's drill presented a scenario in which local firefighters were threatened with a sodium hydroxide spill on the railroad tracks...
Infant dies from injuries in automobile accident (09/21/06)
The accident occurred on U.S. 60 and Highway 99 in Birch Tree. Rowlett died Sept. 8 at St. John's Hospital in Springfield, according to Troop G of the Missouri Highway Patrol. Rowlett was taken by air ambulance to the Springfield hospital after the 1995 Plymouth driven by his mother, Kimberly Rowlett, failed to yield the right-of-way and drove into the path of a 1992 Chevrolet driven by Emanuel Earwood, 77, of Willard...
Judge says no to photo ID (09/21/06)
OREGON COUNTY -- Oregon County voters who will be going to the polls to cast their vote in the Nov. 7 general election will not be required to show a photo ID as previous announced. County Clerk Gary Hensley said his office received word Sept. 14 that a state judge had struck down Missouri's new voter identification law Thursday as an unconstitutional infringement on the right to vote...
Mammoth Spring tourism increases (09/21/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Mammoth Spring Mayor Jean Pace said the first eight months of this year the city and county sales tax collected in the city has been more than in any time period in the past. "Our advertising the city has definitely brought more tourists here," she said...
Art show to be held during festival (09/21/06)
THAYER -- The Thayer Area Arts Council will hold an art show and sale Oct. 12-15 at the Oregon County Country Music Theater. The show and sale will be held in conjunction with Thayer Alumni Homecoming. All forms of original art, both two dimensional and three dimensional, will be accepted...
Resolution says no to new standards (09/21/06)
The Fulton County Quorum Court passed a resolution Sept. 11 calling for the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) to remove all "extraordinary resource water" designations in the state. The court did so to discourage the ADEQ's passing of the newly proposed change in regulation 2 regarding water quality standards in Arkansas. ...
Festival events set at Thayer (09/21/06)
THAYER -- Thayer alumni activities are set for homecoming weekend Oct. 13-14. Activities will start with the homecoming parade Oct. 13 at 2 p.m. in downtown Thayer. From 4-7 p.m. a tailgate party will be held at the football field. Alumni spokesman Billie Mooney said John Wrenfrow will supply the barbecue ribs and pulled pork sandwiches, baked beans, slaw and chips for the tailgate party...
Grants discussed at meeting (09/21/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Mammoth Spring City Council meeting Mayor Jean Pace told the city council the emergency management report she was preparing jointly with Fulton County Judge Charles Willett was ready to submit to the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management...
Haggins dies in jail (09/21/06)
A Mammoth Spring man charged with murdering a 17-month-old girl in April was found dead inside his cell in the Sharp County Jail Sept. 13. Shane Buckshot Haggins, 30, was found hanging inside his cell by jail personnel at 6:02 a.m. An apparent suicide note was found inside the cell. Police are not releasing what the note said...
REWARD: (09/21/06)
REWARD: Fulton County Judge Charles Willett and 9-1-1 Coordinator David Keck have announced that the county is offering a $3,000 reward for anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest and conviction of persons responsible for the theft of road signs. ...
BETA CLUB DONATION: (09/21/06)
BETA CLUB DONATION: The Mammoth Spring Beta Club made a donation to the school of $3,500 to help close in the porch at the back of the school so students will have somewhere to gather when the weather is bad outside. Beta Club sponsor Jo Kay Smith said the club has been collecting money for the project the last couple of years. ...
Fishing trip ends in death (09/21/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- A late summer fishing trip turned tragic last week for a grandfather and his grandson. Fulton County Sheriff Walter Dillinger said the Hardy Dive Team pulled the body of Steven Vaughn from the Spring River at 11:50 p.m. Sept. 13. Family members of Vaughn said he and his grandfather, Virgil Collins of Mammoth Spring, had been fishing in the late evening near the Bayou Access on the Spring River when Vaughn, 20, stood up in the boat and grabbed his neck before falling over the side of the boat into the river.. ...
Cement truck overturns (09/21/06)
A cement truck driver was injured when his truck overturned on Highway 62 west of Salem Sept. 13. The driver, Barry Gann, 30, of Hardy, was driving on a downhill slope attempting to negotiate a curve when he lost control of the vehicle. The truck turned end over end...
Disaster drill goes smoothly (09/21/06)
Dennis Williams, director of the Office of Emergency Management for Izard County, organized a mock disaster drill in Guion Sept. 16. Williams, with the help of Guion Fire Chief Lynn Pittman, orchestrates a mock drill every year for ADEM and to give training to the local firefighters. Saturdays's drill presented a scenario in which local firefighters were threatened with a sodium hydroxide spill on the railroad tracks...
Another bank robbery; same guy? (09/21/06)
A Kansas City man being sought for the armed robberies of a Hardy bank and two Missouri banks is now a suspect in yet another bank robbery -- this time in Kansas. Around 1:30 p.m. Sept. 6 a white male armed with a handgun entered the First Option Bank in LaCygne, Kan., about 50 miles south of Kansas City, and demanded that tellers put money in a grocery bag, according to a press release from Linn County Kansas Sheriff Marvin Stites. ...
Salem prepares for flu pandemic (09/21/06)
Preparedness was the theme of the Fulton County Flu Pandemic meeting that took place Sept. 15 at the NAEC Orange Room. "We will not have federal help. We're on our own and need to plan for the worst case scenario," said Salem Police Chief and Director of Emergency Services Al Roork...
Festival events set at Thayer (09/21/06)
THAYER -- Thayer alumni activities are set for homecoming weekend Oct. 13-14. Activities will start with the homecoming parade Oct. 13 at 2 p.m. in downtown Thayer. From 4-7 p.m. a tailgate party will be held at the football field. Alumni spokesman Billie Mooney said John Wrenfrow will supply the barbecue ribs and pulled pork sandwiches, baked beans, slaw and chips for the tailgate party...
Grants discussed at meeting (09/21/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Mammoth Spring City Council meeting Mayor Jean Pace told the city council the emergency management report she was preparing jointly with Fulton County Judge Charles Willett was ready to submit to the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management...
Art show to be held during festival (09/21/06)
THAYER -- The Thayer Area Arts Council will hold an art show and sale Oct. 12-15 at the Oregon County Country Music Theater. The show and sale will be held in conjunction with Thayer Alumni Homecoming. All forms of original art, both two dimensional and three dimensional, will be accepted...
Infant dies from injuries in automobile accident (09/21/06)
The accident occurred on U.S. 60 and Highway 99 in Birch Tree. Rowlett died Sept. 8 at St. John's Hospital in Springfield, according to Troop G of the Missouri Highway Patrol. Rowlett was taken by air ambulance to the Springfield hospital after the 1995 Plymouth driven by his mother, Kimberly Rowlett, failed to yield the right-of-way and drove into the path of a 1992 Chevrolet driven by Emanuel Earwood, 77, of Willard...
Man charged with supplying alcohol to minors (09/21/06)
Paul Doyle Harrison, 25, of Melbourne was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and 10 counts of furnishing alcohol to minors after Izard County deputies were called out to his residence on the morning of Sept. 16. Sheriff's deputies responded to complaints of excessive noise from what callers supected was a party at Doyle's residence...
Mammoth Spring tourism increases (09/21/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Mammoth Spring Mayor Jean Pace said the first eight months of this year the city and county sales tax collected in the city has been more than in any time period in the past. "Our advertising the city has definitely brought more tourists here," she said...
Another bank robbery; same guy? (09/21/06)
A Kansas City man being sought for the armed robberies of a Hardy bank and two Missouri banks is now a suspect in yet another bank robbery -- this time in Kansas. Around 1:30 p.m. Sept. 6 a white male armed with a handgun entered the First Option Bank in LaCygne, Kan., about 50 miles south of Kansas City, and demanded that tellers put money in a grocery bag, according to a press release from Linn County Kansas Sheriff Marvin Stites. ...
Cement truck overturns (09/21/06)
A cement truck driver was injured when his truck overturned on Highway 62 west of Salem Sept. 13. The driver, Barry Gann, 30, of Hardy, was driving on a downhill slope attempting to negotiate a curve when he lost control of the vehicle. The truck turned end over end...
Judge says no to photo ID (09/21/06)
OREGON COUNTY -- Oregon County voters who will be going to the polls to cast their vote in the Nov. 7 general election will not be required to show a photo ID as previous announced. County Clerk Gary Hensley said his office received word Sept. 14 that a state judge had struck down Missouri's new voter identification law Thursday as an unconstitutional infringement on the right to vote...
Resolution says no to new standards (09/21/06)
The Fulton County Quorum Court passed a resolution Sept. 11 calling for the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) to remove all "extraordinary resource water" designations in the state. The court did so to discourage the ADEQ's passing of the newly proposed change in regulation 2 regarding water quality standards in Arkansas. ...
Salem prepares for flu pandemic (09/21/06)
Preparedness was the theme of the Fulton County Flu Pandemic meeting that took place Sept. 15 at the NAEC Orange Room. "We will not have federal help. We're on our own and need to plan for the worst case scenario," said Salem Police Chief and Director of Emergency Services Al Roork...
Fishing trip ends in death (09/21/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- A late summer fishing trip turned tragic last week for a grandfather and his grandson. Fulton County Sheriff Walter Dillinger said the Hardy Dive Team pulled the body of Steven Vaughn from the Spring River at 11:50 p.m. Sept. 13. Family members of Vaughn said he and his grandfather, Virgil Collins of Mammoth Spring, had been fishing in the late evening near the Bayou Access on the Spring River when Vaughn, 20, stood up in the boat and grabbed his neck before falling over the side of the boat into the river.. ...
BETA CLUB DONATION: (09/21/06)
BETA CLUB DONATION: The Mammoth Spring Beta Club made a donation to the school of $3,500 to help close in the porch at the back of the school so students will have somewhere to gather when the weather is bad outside. Beta Club sponsor Jo Kay Smith said the club has been collecting money for the project the last couple of years. ...
REWARD: (09/21/06)
REWARD: Fulton County Judge Charles Willett and 9-1-1 Coordinator David Keck have announced that the county is offering a $3,000 reward for anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest and conviction of persons responsible for the theft of road signs. ...
Hospital loan approved (09/21/06)
The Fulton County Quorum Court voted 9-0 Sept. 11 to OK the processing of a $3.4 million government loan to expand the Fulton County Hospital. According to Fulton County Judge Charles Willett, this loan originated during a Sept. 7 meeting in which he and hospital administrator Frank Wise met with federal officials to cover details regarding the possibility of a USDA loan. ...
Festival events set at Thayer (09/21/06)
THAYER -- Thayer alumni activities are set for homecoming weekend Oct. 13-14. Activities will start with the homecoming parade Oct. 13 at 2 p.m. in downtown Thayer. From 4-7 p.m. a tailgate party will be held at the football field. Alumni spokesman Billie Mooney said John Wrenfrow will supply the barbecue ribs and pulled pork sandwiches, baked beans, slaw and chips for the tailgate party...
Haggins dies in jail (09/21/06)
A Mammoth Spring man charged with murdering a 17-month-old girl in April was found dead inside his cell in the Sharp County Jail Sept. 13. Shane Buckshot Haggins, 30, was found hanging inside his cell by jail personnel at 6:02 a.m. An apparent suicide note was found inside the cell. Police are not releasing what the note said...
Infant dies from injuries in automobile accident (09/21/06)
The accident occurred on U.S. 60 and Highway 99 in Birch Tree. Rowlett died Sept. 8 at St. John's Hospital in Springfield, according to Troop G of the Missouri Highway Patrol. Rowlett was taken by air ambulance to the Springfield hospital after the 1995 Plymouth driven by his mother, Kimberly Rowlett, failed to yield the right-of-way and drove into the path of a 1992 Chevrolet driven by Emanuel Earwood, 77, of Willard...
Man charged with supplying alcohol to minors (09/21/06)
Paul Doyle Harrison, 25, of Melbourne was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and 10 counts of furnishing alcohol to minors after Izard County deputies were called out to his residence on the morning of Sept. 16. Sheriff's deputies responded to complaints of excessive noise from what callers supected was a party at Doyle's residence...
Mammoth Spring tourism increases (09/21/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Mammoth Spring Mayor Jean Pace said the first eight months of this year the city and county sales tax collected in the city has been more than in any time period in the past. "Our advertising the city has definitely brought more tourists here," she said...
Another bank robbery; same guy? (09/21/06)
A Kansas City man being sought for the armed robberies of a Hardy bank and two Missouri banks is now a suspect in yet another bank robbery -- this time in Kansas. Around 1:30 p.m. Sept. 6 a white male armed with a handgun entered the First Option Bank in LaCygne, Kan., about 50 miles south of Kansas City, and demanded that tellers put money in a grocery bag, according to a press release from Linn County Kansas Sheriff Marvin Stites. ...
Cement truck overturns (09/21/06)
A cement truck driver was injured when his truck overturned on Highway 62 west of Salem Sept. 13. The driver, Barry Gann, 30, of Hardy, was driving on a downhill slope attempting to negotiate a curve when he lost control of the vehicle. The truck turned end over end...
Judge says no to photo ID (09/21/06)
OREGON COUNTY -- Oregon County voters who will be going to the polls to cast their vote in the Nov. 7 general election will not be required to show a photo ID as previous announced. County Clerk Gary Hensley said his office received word Sept. 14 that a state judge had struck down Missouri's new voter identification law Thursday as an unconstitutional infringement on the right to vote...
Haggins dies in jail (09/21/06)
A Mammoth Spring man charged with murdering a 17-month-old girl in April was found dead inside his cell in the Sharp County Jail Sept. 13. Shane Buckshot Haggins, 30, was found hanging inside his cell by jail personnel at 6:02 a.m. An apparent suicide note was found inside the cell. Police are not releasing what the note said...
Disaster drill goes smoothly (09/21/06)
Dennis Williams, director of the Office of Emergency Management for Izard County, organized a mock disaster drill in Guion Sept. 16. Williams, with the help of Guion Fire Chief Lynn Pittman, orchestrates a mock drill every year for ADEM and to give training to the local firefighters. Saturdays's drill presented a scenario in which local firefighters were threatened with a sodium hydroxide spill on the railroad tracks...
Salem prepares for flu pandemic (09/21/06)
Preparedness was the theme of the Fulton County Flu Pandemic meeting that took place Sept. 15 at the NAEC Orange Room. "We will not have federal help. We're on our own and need to plan for the worst case scenario," said Salem Police Chief and Director of Emergency Services Al Roork...
Disaster drill goes smoothly (09/21/06)
Dennis Williams, director of the Office of Emergency Management for Izard County, organized a mock disaster drill in Guion Sept. 16. Williams, with the help of Guion Fire Chief Lynn Pittman, orchestrates a mock drill every year for ADEM and to give training to the local firefighters. Saturdays's drill presented a scenario in which local firefighters were threatened with a sodium hydroxide spill on the railroad tracks...
Resolution says no to new standards (09/21/06)
The Fulton County Quorum Court passed a resolution Sept. 11 calling for the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) to remove all "extraordinary resource water" designations in the state. The court did so to discourage the ADEQ's passing of the newly proposed change in regulation 2 regarding water quality standards in Arkansas. ...
Grants discussed at meeting (09/21/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Mammoth Spring City Council meeting Mayor Jean Pace told the city council the emergency management report she was preparing jointly with Fulton County Judge Charles Willett was ready to submit to the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management...
Art show to be held during festival (09/21/06)
THAYER -- The Thayer Area Arts Council will hold an art show and sale Oct. 12-15 at the Oregon County Country Music Theater. The show and sale will be held in conjunction with Thayer Alumni Homecoming. All forms of original art, both two dimensional and three dimensional, will be accepted...
Hospital loan approved (09/21/06)
The Fulton County Quorum Court voted 9-0 Sept. 11 to OK the processing of a $3.4 million government loan to expand the Fulton County Hospital. According to Fulton County Judge Charles Willett, this loan originated during a Sept. 7 meeting in which he and hospital administrator Frank Wise met with federal officials to cover details regarding the possibility of a USDA loan. ...
Fishing trip ends in death (09/21/06)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- A late summer fishing trip turned tragic last week for a grandfather and his grandson. Fulton County Sheriff Walter Dillinger said the Hardy Dive Team pulled the body of Steven Vaughn from the Spring River at 11:50 p.m. Sept. 13. Family members of Vaughn said he and his grandfather, Virgil Collins of Mammoth Spring, had been fishing in the late evening near the Bayou Access on the Spring River when Vaughn, 20, stood up in the boat and grabbed his neck before falling over the side of the boat into the river.. ...
BETA CLUB DONATION: (09/21/06)
BETA CLUB DONATION: The Mammoth Spring Beta Club made a donation to the school of $3,500 to help close in the porch at the back of the school so students will have somewhere to gather when the weather is bad outside. Beta Club sponsor Jo Kay Smith said the club has been collecting money for the project the last couple of years. ...
REWARD: (09/21/06)
REWARD: Fulton County Judge Charles Willett and 9-1-1 Coordinator David Keck have announced that the county is offering a $3,000 reward for anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest and conviction of persons responsible for the theft of road signs. ...
New scholarship to honor Bill Burris (09/21/06)
In an effort to continue his legacy of lending a helping hand when needed, officials at Ozarks Independent Living (OIL) in West Plains have established the Bill Burris Endowed Scholarship at Missouri State University-West Plains to honor one of its founding fathers and a true friend of the community...
History book committee to meet at Salem (09/21/06)
The September meeting of the Fulton County History Book Committee will be held Sept. 19 at 1 p.m. in Old Main on North Street in Salem. Doug Sikes from Steward-Wise Publishing Company will be present for the meeting. The committee is now accepting orders for business, club and organization pages for the Fulton County History Book. Don't miss out on getting your business, club or organization in the book...
History book committee to meet at Salem (09/21/06)
The September meeting of the Fulton County History Book Committee will be held Sept. 19 at 1 p.m. in Old Main on North Street in Salem. Doug Sikes from Steward-Wise Publishing Company will be present for the meeting. The committee is now accepting orders for business, club and organization pages for the Fulton County History Book. Don't miss out on getting your business, club or organization in the book...
Fish fry to benefit CASA program (09/21/06)
Modern Woodmen of America Camp 13935 of Salem will sponsor a fish fry for the benefit of CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates). It will be held Sept. 22 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Salem City Park on Highway 62 West. The event will include a fish dinner with all the trimmings for $6 per person...
Fish fry to benefit CASA program (09/21/06)
Modern Woodmen of America Camp 13935 of Salem will sponsor a fish fry for the benefit of CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates). It will be held Sept. 22 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Salem City Park on Highway 62 West. The event will include a fish dinner with all the trimmings for $6 per person...
New scholarship to honor Bill Burris (09/21/06)
In an effort to continue his legacy of lending a helping hand when needed, officials at Ozarks Independent Living (OIL) in West Plains have established the Bill Burris Endowed Scholarship at Missouri State University-West Plains to honor one of its founding fathers and a true friend of the community...
New scholarship to honor Bill Burris (09/21/06)
In an effort to continue his legacy of lending a helping hand when needed, officials at Ozarks Independent Living (OIL) in West Plains have established the Bill Burris Endowed Scholarship at Missouri State University-West Plains to honor one of its founding fathers and a true friend of the community...
Fish fry to benefit CASA program (09/21/06)
Modern Woodmen of America Camp 13935 of Salem will sponsor a fish fry for the benefit of CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates). It will be held Sept. 22 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Salem City Park on Highway 62 West. The event will include a fish dinner with all the trimmings for $6 per person...
History book committee to meet at Salem (09/21/06)
The September meeting of the Fulton County History Book Committee will be held Sept. 19 at 1 p.m. in Old Main on North Street in Salem. Doug Sikes from Steward-Wise Publishing Company will be present for the meeting. The committee is now accepting orders for business, club and organization pages for the Fulton County History Book. Don't miss out on getting your business, club or organization in the book...
New scholarship to honor Bill Burris (09/21/06)
In an effort to continue his legacy of lending a helping hand when needed, officials at Ozarks Independent Living (OIL) in West Plains have established the Bill Burris Endowed Scholarship at Missouri State University-West Plains to honor one of its founding fathers and a true friend of the community...
History book committee to meet at Salem (09/21/06)
The September meeting of the Fulton County History Book Committee will be held Sept. 19 at 1 p.m. in Old Main on North Street in Salem. Doug Sikes from Steward-Wise Publishing Company will be present for the meeting. The committee is now accepting orders for business, club and organization pages for the Fulton County History Book. Don't miss out on getting your business, club or organization in the book...
Fish fry to benefit CASA program (09/21/06)
Modern Woodmen of America Camp 13935 of Salem will sponsor a fish fry for the benefit of CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates). It will be held Sept. 22 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Salem City Park on Highway 62 West. The event will include a fish dinner with all the trimmings for $6 per person...
Sprint Cars to roar in West Plains (09/21/06)
The American Sprint Car Series is set for its fifth annual event at West Plains Motor Speedway Sept. 23, as the ASCS Mid-South Region takes to the semi-banked, 3/8-mile red clay oval in West Plains. The annual Sprint Car event is sponsored by Dillard-Fowlkes GMC each year at WPMS...
Capsized! (09/21/06)
The Thayer Bobcats have seen their share of dynamic running backs over the course of the last couple of years. Marionville's Lee Flood. Houston's Craig O'Neal. Ava's Chance Dry. However, it's probably safe to say the Cats had yet to see a three-headed monster like the one they encountered Sept. 15 in their long road trip to Malden...
Rollin' along (09/21/06)
Sooner or later, the new car smell of the Southside Southerners' football program was bound to wear off. In their first year of varsity football, the Southerners had opened the 2006 season with wins over Westside and Cave City in weeks one and two, showing off an offense capable of striking quickly and putting points on the scoreboard in bunches in the process...
Sprint Cars to roar in West Plains (09/21/06)
The American Sprint Car Series is set for its fifth annual event at West Plains Motor Speedway Sept. 23, as the ASCS Mid-South Region takes to the semi-banked, 3/8-mile red clay oval in West Plains. The annual Sprint Car event is sponsored by Dillard-Fowlkes GMC each year at WPMS...
Capsized! (09/21/06)
The Thayer Bobcats have seen their share of dynamic running backs over the course of the last couple of years. Marionville's Lee Flood. Houston's Craig O'Neal. Ava's Chance Dry. However, it's probably safe to say the Cats had yet to see a three-headed monster like the one they encountered Sept. 15 in their long road trip to Malden...
Rollin' along (09/21/06)
Sooner or later, the new car smell of the Southside Southerners' football program was bound to wear off. In their first year of varsity football, the Southerners had opened the 2006 season with wins over Westside and Cave City in weeks one and two, showing off an offense capable of striking quickly and putting points on the scoreboard in bunches in the process...
Capsized! (09/21/06)
The Thayer Bobcats have seen their share of dynamic running backs over the course of the last couple of years. Marionville's Lee Flood. Houston's Craig O'Neal. Ava's Chance Dry. However, it's probably safe to say the Cats had yet to see a three-headed monster like the one they encountered Sept. 15 in their long road trip to Malden...
Sprint Cars to roar in West Plains (09/21/06)
The American Sprint Car Series is set for its fifth annual event at West Plains Motor Speedway Sept. 23, as the ASCS Mid-South Region takes to the semi-banked, 3/8-mile red clay oval in West Plains. The annual Sprint Car event is sponsored by Dillard-Fowlkes GMC each year at WPMS...
Rollin' along (09/21/06)
Sooner or later, the new car smell of the Southside Southerners' football program was bound to wear off. In their first year of varsity football, the Southerners had opened the 2006 season with wins over Westside and Cave City in weeks one and two, showing off an offense capable of striking quickly and putting points on the scoreboard in bunches in the process...
Capsized! (09/21/06)
The Thayer Bobcats have seen their share of dynamic running backs over the course of the last couple of years. Marionville's Lee Flood. Houston's Craig O'Neal. Ava's Chance Dry. However, it's probably safe to say the Cats had yet to see a three-headed monster like the one they encountered Sept. 15 in their long road trip to Malden...
Rollin' along (09/21/06)
Sooner or later, the new car smell of the Southside Southerners' football program was bound to wear off. In their first year of varsity football, the Southerners had opened the 2006 season with wins over Westside and Cave City in weeks one and two, showing off an offense capable of striking quickly and putting points on the scoreboard in bunches in the process...
Sprint Cars to roar in West Plains (09/21/06)
The American Sprint Car Series is set for its fifth annual event at West Plains Motor Speedway Sept. 23, as the ASCS Mid-South Region takes to the semi-banked, 3/8-mile red clay oval in West Plains. The annual Sprint Car event is sponsored by Dillard-Fowlkes GMC each year at WPMS...
Linda Sue Pyles (09/21/06)
Linda Sue Pyles, 61, of Alton, Mo., was born Feb. 6, 1945, in Camp, Ark., and died Sept. 2, 2006, at the Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. Survivors include her husband, John Pyles of the home; one sister, Judy Thompson and Mike of Mountain View, Ark.; six children, Donna Johnson and David of Waterford, Mich., Leveda Branscum of Salem, Ark., Rick Branscum and Sarah of Thayer, Ronnie Branscum of Salem, Shirley Henry and Randy of Thayer, Jerry Peterson and Sandy of Pomona, Mo., nine grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren; and numerous other relatives and friends.. ...
Vernice Green- Braswell (09/21/06)
Vernice Aileen Green-Braswell, 80, of Georgetown, Texas, formerly of Alton, Mo., was born June 2, 1926, and died Sept. 12. 2006. Survivors include her husband, T. Joe Braswell of Georgetown; two daughters, Verna Browning and husband Harvey of Georgetown, Texas, Rebekah Tripp and husband David of Portland, Oregon; two grandchildren, Sean and Aaron Tripp of Portland; one brother, Walter Green and wife, Glenna of Salem; five sisters-in-law, Patsy Braswell of Alton, June Green of Nixa, Mo., Wanda Green of Oklahoma, Sarah Braswell Masters of Nebraska, Carolyn Green of Ill.; and numerous other relatives and friends.. ...
Gordon R. Wallis (09/21/06)
Gordon R. Wallis 91, of Horseshoe Bend died Sept. 13, 2006, at his residence. He was born Oct. 4, 1914, in McHenry County, Ill., the son of the late Ralph and Nellie Glass Wallis. He served his country in the United States Army. He spent his working years in metal polishing at the Woodstock Die Casting Company...
Herbert Sellars (09/21/06)
Herbert E. Sellars, 92, died Sept. 10, 2006, at his residence in Imboden, Ark. He was a self-employed farmer and had lived in Imboden for the last seven years, moving there from Ravenden. He was a member of the Ravenden Church of Christ. He is survived by his wife, Essie Marie Eaton Sellers of the home; a daughter, Thena Sue Sellers of Imboden; one grandchild, Barry; and one great-grandchild, Lindsay...
Martin Herman McCain (09/21/06)
Martin Herman McCain, 69, of Thayer, Mo., was born Jan. 28, 1937, in Cape Girardeau, Mo., and died Sept. 4, 2006, at the Shady Oaks Health Care Center in Thayer. Survivors include one son, Michael McCain; one daughter, Missy McCain both of Oklahoma City, Okla.; two sisters, Beth Roberts of Couch, Mo., and Roberta Prisock of Oklahoma City, Starksville, Miss.; two brothers, Sammy Cropper of West Plains, Mo., and Bill Cropper of Koshkonong, Mo.; and numerous other relatives and friends...
Billy Russell Bird (09/21/06)
Billy Russell Bird died Sept. 5, 2006, at the age of 51. He grew up in Wirth, Ark., with his six brothers and three sisters. Survivors include his wife, Dianna Bird; three daughters and sons-in-law, April and John Walsh, and Kristin and Jamie Turnbough, of Mammoth Spring and Emily and Anthony Bettis of Alton, Mo.; seven grandchildren, Ashley, Bailey, and Aysa Walsh; Avery Turnbough, Aden, Keyleigh and Abbagale Bettis; three sisters, Judy Bennett of Texas, Faye Owens of South Carolina, and Nancy Frazier of Arkansas; five brothers, Charles Bird of Colorado, Larry Bird, David Bird, Pete Collins and Tony Collins all of Arkansas; and numerous other relatives and friends.. ...
James "Jamie" Clary (09/21/06)
James "Jamie" Patrick Clary was born on March 11, 1983, in Overland Park, Kan., son of James and Deborah (Henne) Clary. He died Aug. 29, 2006, in Springfield, Mo., at the age of 23. Survivors include his mother, Deborah Clary; a sister, Marisa Clary, and his brother, Bradley Clary, all of Springfield, maternal grandparents, Ed and Joyce Henne of St. ...
JaNoel Lott Bess (09/21/06)
JaNoel Lott Bess, 49, of Hardy, died Sept. 13 at NEA Regional Medical Center in Jonesboro. Born in Blytheville, she was a graduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and worked as a speech therapist in the Little Rock area from 1979-1981...