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Stories from Thursday, November 9, 2006

Murder charges filed in 2000 slaying (11/09/06)
First degree murder charges were filed Oct. 25 against a St. Charles, Mo., man in connection with the death of a Mammoth Spring man in St. Charles more than six years ago. Bill Hamilton of Mammoth Spring and his business partner, Roger Speaks, were shot execution style in Speaks' home in March of 2000...
American Veterans Memorial to be dedicated (11/09/06)
IN HONOR: Mark Titus of Ash Flat looks at bricks honoring his family members situated in a wall at the American Veterans Memorial in Ash Flat. The memorial will be dedicated at a ceremony Nov. 10 at 10 a.m. The public is invited to attend. Photo/Wulff...
Mammoth Spring man charged (11/09/06)
A Mammoth Spring man is in the Sharp County Jail after he allegedly raped a 19-year-old woman. Justin Davis, 21, is charged with rape, a class Y felony, and second-degree terroristic threatening, a class A misdemeanor. He is being held on a $200,000 cash bond...
Couch School honors teacher (11/09/06)
MYRTLE -- A special teacher at Couch School has been honored by former students with a memorial in her honor. Ida L. Andrews was a teacher and principal at the school for 33 years and was a major player in the development and success of the school. She died in an automobile accident 30 years ago...
Man with knife arrested (11/09/06)
OREGON COUNTY -- A Thayer man, Raymond L. Curbow, is in the Oregon County Jail at Alton charged with felony unlawful use of a weapon. Authorities used a Taser stun gun to stop Curbow. His bond has been set at $4,900. Authorities responded to a report at 1 a.m. Oct. 28 that Curbow, 26, was wielding a knife at the Chestnut Inn Apartments in Thayer. Witnesses at the scene told Thayer Police officers that Curbow had cut his hand with the knife and was now holding it to his own throat...
Bad Boys to begin operation in early 2007 (11/09/06)
Melbourne's newest business, Bad Boy Inc., that is taking over the former Boeing plant, should finish its expansion into the Melbourne community by early 2007, according to company co-owner Robert Foster. Within less than six months after the plant closed in April, Batesville-based Bad Boy Inc. signed a 10-year lease agreement with an option to purchase with the Melbourne Industrial Development Corporation on Oct. 30...
Dinner will benefit children (11/09/06)
SHOP WITH A COP: Mike Geisenburger and Tina Miano, owners of Out of the Way Cafe in Mammoth Spring, invite the community to come dine with them Thanksgiving Day to help raise funds for the local Shop With A Cop program. MAMMOTH SPRING -- For the third consecutive year the owners of the Out of the Way Cafe in Mammoth Spring, Tina Miano and Mike Geisenberger, will be opening their doors Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 23, to hold a fundraiser for the local Shop With a Cop program...
Manhunt ends in Viola (11/09/06)
Herbert "Chuck" Howell, 39, of Viola was arrested and charged with first degree terroristic threatening Nov. 2 after leading Fulton County and state authorities on an all-day manhunt in Viola on Oct. 28. Howell's Oct. 28 offenses were preceded by charges filed against him and his mother, Ramona Howell, 58, also of Viola on Oct. 27...
Dinner will benefit children (11/09/06)
SHOP WITH A COP: Mike Geisenburger and Tina Miano, owners of Out of the Way Cafe in Mammoth Spring, invite the community to come dine with them Thanksgiving Day to help raise funds for the local Shop With A Cop program. MAMMOTH SPRING -- For the third consecutive year the owners of the Out of the Way Cafe in Mammoth Spring, Tina Miano and Mike Geisenberger, will be opening their doors Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 23, to hold a fundraiser for the local Shop With a Cop program...
Voters keep incumbents in office (11/09/06)
OREGON COUNTY -- There will be no new faces in January at the Oregon County Courthouse. Leo Warren defeated Dan Fraley 2,272 votes (61 percent) to 1,450 to be re-elected Oregon County presiding commissioner. "I thank everyone in th county that supported and voted for me on election day. It is an honor an a privilege to serve the residents of Oregon County," Warren said...
Manhunt ends in Viola (11/09/06)
Herbert "Chuck" Howell, 39, of Viola was arrested and charged with first degree terroristic threatening Nov. 2 after leading Fulton County and state authorities on an all-day manhunt in Viola on Oct. 28. Howell's Oct. 28 offenses were preceded by charges filed against him and his mother, Ramona Howell, 58, also of Viola on Oct. 27...
Couch School honors teacher (11/09/06)
MYRTLE -- A special teacher at Couch School has been honored by former students with a memorial in her honor. Ida L. Andrews was a teacher and principal at the school for 33 years and was a major player in the development and success of the school. She died in an automobile accident 30 years ago...
American Veterans Memorial to be dedicated (11/09/06)
IN HONOR: Mark Titus of Ash Flat looks at bricks honoring his family members situated in a wall at the American Veterans Memorial in Ash Flat. The memorial will be dedicated at a ceremony Nov. 10 at 10 a.m. The public is invited to attend. Photo/Wulff...
Bad Boys to begin operation in early 2007 (11/09/06)
Melbourne's newest business, Bad Boy Inc., that is taking over the former Boeing plant, should finish its expansion into the Melbourne community by early 2007, according to company co-owner Robert Foster. Within less than six months after the plant closed in April, Batesville-based Bad Boy Inc. signed a 10-year lease agreement with an option to purchase with the Melbourne Industrial Development Corporation on Oct. 30...
Dillinger easily defeats Dabbs (11/09/06)
Incumbent Fulton County Sheriff Walter Dillinger has retained his position after winning Tuesday's general election. In complete but unofficial totals, Dillinger received 2,805 votes (94 percent) to defeat write-in candidate Chuck Dabbs who received 185 votes (6 percent)...
Active teen wins state pageant (11/09/06)
"It's been crazy. I've been almost too busy to breath this week," said Tiffany Greenstreet, a 17-year-old senior at Izard County Consolidated High School. Greenstreet has every right to feel a bit overwhelmed. On Oct. 28 she was crowned 2007 Miss Arkansas Teen USA...
Award: (11/09/06)
Award: Salem Chamber of Commerce President Mary Sanders presents Debbie Mefford with the Business Person of the Year Award at the chamber's Nov. 2 banquet.
Award: (11/09/06)
Award: Salem Chamber of Commerce President Mary Sanders presents Jerry Estes with the Volunteer Person of the Year Award at the chamber's Nov. 2 banquet.
Award: (11/09/06)
Award: The Crawford and LaRue families were recognized as the Fulton County Farm Family of the Year award at the Nov. 2 Salem Chamber of Commerce Banquet.
Murder charges filed in 2000 slaying (11/09/06)
First degree murder charges were filed Oct. 25 against a St. Charles, Mo., man in connection with the death of a Mammoth Spring man in St. Charles more than six years ago. Bill Hamilton of Mammoth Spring and his business partner, Roger Speaks, were shot execution style in Speaks' home in March of 2000...
Award: (11/09/06)
Award: The Crawford and LaRue families were recognized as the Fulton County Farm Family of the Year award at the Nov. 2 Salem Chamber of Commerce Banquet.
Dillinger easily defeats Dabbs (11/09/06)
Incumbent Fulton County Sheriff Walter Dillinger has retained his position after winning Tuesday's general election. In complete but unofficial totals, Dillinger received 2,805 votes (94 percent) to defeat write-in candidate Chuck Dabbs who received 185 votes (6 percent)...
Mammoth Spring man charged (11/09/06)
A Mammoth Spring man is in the Sharp County Jail after he allegedly raped a 19-year-old woman. Justin Davis, 21, is charged with rape, a class Y felony, and second-degree terroristic threatening, a class A misdemeanor. He is being held on a $200,000 cash bond...
Man with knife arrested (11/09/06)
OREGON COUNTY -- A Thayer man, Raymond L. Curbow, is in the Oregon County Jail at Alton charged with felony unlawful use of a weapon. Authorities used a Taser stun gun to stop Curbow. His bond has been set at $4,900. Authorities responded to a report at 1 a.m. Oct. 28 that Curbow, 26, was wielding a knife at the Chestnut Inn Apartments in Thayer. Witnesses at the scene told Thayer Police officers that Curbow had cut his hand with the knife and was now holding it to his own throat...
Active teen wins state pageant (11/09/06)
"It's been crazy. I've been almost too busy to breath this week," said Tiffany Greenstreet, a 17-year-old senior at Izard County Consolidated High School. Greenstreet has every right to feel a bit overwhelmed. On Oct. 28 she was crowned 2007 Miss Arkansas Teen USA...
Voters keep incumbents in office (11/09/06)
OREGON COUNTY -- There will be no new faces in January at the Oregon County Courthouse. Leo Warren defeated Dan Fraley 2,272 votes (61 percent) to 1,450 to be re-elected Oregon County presiding commissioner. "I thank everyone in th county that supported and voted for me on election day. It is an honor an a privilege to serve the residents of Oregon County," Warren said...
Award: (11/09/06)
Award: Salem Chamber of Commerce President Mary Sanders presents Debbie Mefford with the Business Person of the Year Award at the chamber's Nov. 2 banquet.
Award: (11/09/06)
Award: Salem Chamber of Commerce President Mary Sanders presents Jerry Estes with the Volunteer Person of the Year Award at the chamber's Nov. 2 banquet.
Murder charges filed in 2000 slaying (11/09/06)
First degree murder charges were filed Oct. 25 against a St. Charles, Mo., man in connection with the death of a Mammoth Spring man in St. Charles more than six years ago. Bill Hamilton of Mammoth Spring and his business partner, Roger Speaks, were shot execution style in Speaks' home in March of 2000...
Man with knife arrested (11/09/06)
OREGON COUNTY -- A Thayer man, Raymond L. Curbow, is in the Oregon County Jail at Alton charged with felony unlawful use of a weapon. Authorities used a Taser stun gun to stop Curbow. His bond has been set at $4,900. Authorities responded to a report at 1 a.m. Oct. 28 that Curbow, 26, was wielding a knife at the Chestnut Inn Apartments in Thayer. Witnesses at the scene told Thayer Police officers that Curbow had cut his hand with the knife and was now holding it to his own throat...
Mammoth Spring man charged (11/09/06)
A Mammoth Spring man is in the Sharp County Jail after he allegedly raped a 19-year-old woman. Justin Davis, 21, is charged with rape, a class Y felony, and second-degree terroristic threatening, a class A misdemeanor. He is being held on a $200,000 cash bond...
Active teen wins state pageant (11/09/06)
"It's been crazy. I've been almost too busy to breath this week," said Tiffany Greenstreet, a 17-year-old senior at Izard County Consolidated High School. Greenstreet has every right to feel a bit overwhelmed. On Oct. 28 she was crowned 2007 Miss Arkansas Teen USA...
Manhunt ends in Viola (11/09/06)
Herbert "Chuck" Howell, 39, of Viola was arrested and charged with first degree terroristic threatening Nov. 2 after leading Fulton County and state authorities on an all-day manhunt in Viola on Oct. 28. Howell's Oct. 28 offenses were preceded by charges filed against him and his mother, Ramona Howell, 58, also of Viola on Oct. 27...
Couch School honors teacher (11/09/06)
MYRTLE -- A special teacher at Couch School has been honored by former students with a memorial in her honor. Ida L. Andrews was a teacher and principal at the school for 33 years and was a major player in the development and success of the school. She died in an automobile accident 30 years ago...
American Veterans Memorial to be dedicated (11/09/06)
IN HONOR: Mark Titus of Ash Flat looks at bricks honoring his family members situated in a wall at the American Veterans Memorial in Ash Flat. The memorial will be dedicated at a ceremony Nov. 10 at 10 a.m. The public is invited to attend. Photo/Wulff...
Bad Boys to begin operation in early 2007 (11/09/06)
Melbourne's newest business, Bad Boy Inc., that is taking over the former Boeing plant, should finish its expansion into the Melbourne community by early 2007, according to company co-owner Robert Foster. Within less than six months after the plant closed in April, Batesville-based Bad Boy Inc. signed a 10-year lease agreement with an option to purchase with the Melbourne Industrial Development Corporation on Oct. 30...
Dinner will benefit children (11/09/06)
SHOP WITH A COP: Mike Geisenburger and Tina Miano, owners of Out of the Way Cafe in Mammoth Spring, invite the community to come dine with them Thanksgiving Day to help raise funds for the local Shop With A Cop program. MAMMOTH SPRING -- For the third consecutive year the owners of the Out of the Way Cafe in Mammoth Spring, Tina Miano and Mike Geisenberger, will be opening their doors Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 23, to hold a fundraiser for the local Shop With a Cop program...
Man with knife arrested (11/09/06)
OREGON COUNTY -- A Thayer man, Raymond L. Curbow, is in the Oregon County Jail at Alton charged with felony unlawful use of a weapon. Authorities used a Taser stun gun to stop Curbow. His bond has been set at $4,900. Authorities responded to a report at 1 a.m. Oct. 28 that Curbow, 26, was wielding a knife at the Chestnut Inn Apartments in Thayer. Witnesses at the scene told Thayer Police officers that Curbow had cut his hand with the knife and was now holding it to his own throat...
Award: (11/09/06)
Award: The Crawford and LaRue families were recognized as the Fulton County Farm Family of the Year award at the Nov. 2 Salem Chamber of Commerce Banquet.
Dillinger easily defeats Dabbs (11/09/06)
Incumbent Fulton County Sheriff Walter Dillinger has retained his position after winning Tuesday's general election. In complete but unofficial totals, Dillinger received 2,805 votes (94 percent) to defeat write-in candidate Chuck Dabbs who received 185 votes (6 percent)...
Voters keep incumbents in office (11/09/06)
OREGON COUNTY -- There will be no new faces in January at the Oregon County Courthouse. Leo Warren defeated Dan Fraley 2,272 votes (61 percent) to 1,450 to be re-elected Oregon County presiding commissioner. "I thank everyone in th county that supported and voted for me on election day. It is an honor an a privilege to serve the residents of Oregon County," Warren said...
Award: (11/09/06)
Award: Salem Chamber of Commerce President Mary Sanders presents Jerry Estes with the Volunteer Person of the Year Award at the chamber's Nov. 2 banquet.
Award: (11/09/06)
Award: Salem Chamber of Commerce President Mary Sanders presents Debbie Mefford with the Business Person of the Year Award at the chamber's Nov. 2 banquet.
Manhunt ends in Viola (11/09/06)
Herbert "Chuck" Howell, 39, of Viola was arrested and charged with first degree terroristic threatening Nov. 2 after leading Fulton County and state authorities on an all-day manhunt in Viola on Oct. 28. Howell's Oct. 28 offenses were preceded by charges filed against him and his mother, Ramona Howell, 58, also of Viola on Oct. 27...
Murder charges filed in 2000 slaying (11/09/06)
First degree murder charges were filed Oct. 25 against a St. Charles, Mo., man in connection with the death of a Mammoth Spring man in St. Charles more than six years ago. Bill Hamilton of Mammoth Spring and his business partner, Roger Speaks, were shot execution style in Speaks' home in March of 2000...
Couch School honors teacher (11/09/06)
MYRTLE -- A special teacher at Couch School has been honored by former students with a memorial in her honor. Ida L. Andrews was a teacher and principal at the school for 33 years and was a major player in the development and success of the school. She died in an automobile accident 30 years ago...
American Veterans Memorial to be dedicated (11/09/06)
IN HONOR: Mark Titus of Ash Flat looks at bricks honoring his family members situated in a wall at the American Veterans Memorial in Ash Flat. The memorial will be dedicated at a ceremony Nov. 10 at 10 a.m. The public is invited to attend. Photo/Wulff...
Bad Boys to begin operation in early 2007 (11/09/06)
Melbourne's newest business, Bad Boy Inc., that is taking over the former Boeing plant, should finish its expansion into the Melbourne community by early 2007, according to company co-owner Robert Foster. Within less than six months after the plant closed in April, Batesville-based Bad Boy Inc. signed a 10-year lease agreement with an option to purchase with the Melbourne Industrial Development Corporation on Oct. 30...
Mammoth Spring man charged (11/09/06)
A Mammoth Spring man is in the Sharp County Jail after he allegedly raped a 19-year-old woman. Justin Davis, 21, is charged with rape, a class Y felony, and second-degree terroristic threatening, a class A misdemeanor. He is being held on a $200,000 cash bond...
Dinner will benefit children (11/09/06)
SHOP WITH A COP: Mike Geisenburger and Tina Miano, owners of Out of the Way Cafe in Mammoth Spring, invite the community to come dine with them Thanksgiving Day to help raise funds for the local Shop With A Cop program. MAMMOTH SPRING -- For the third consecutive year the owners of the Out of the Way Cafe in Mammoth Spring, Tina Miano and Mike Geisenberger, will be opening their doors Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 23, to hold a fundraiser for the local Shop With a Cop program...
Award: (11/09/06)
Award: The Crawford and LaRue families were recognized as the Fulton County Farm Family of the Year award at the Nov. 2 Salem Chamber of Commerce Banquet.
Active teen wins state pageant (11/09/06)
"It's been crazy. I've been almost too busy to breath this week," said Tiffany Greenstreet, a 17-year-old senior at Izard County Consolidated High School. Greenstreet has every right to feel a bit overwhelmed. On Oct. 28 she was crowned 2007 Miss Arkansas Teen USA...
Voters keep incumbents in office (11/09/06)
OREGON COUNTY -- There will be no new faces in January at the Oregon County Courthouse. Leo Warren defeated Dan Fraley 2,272 votes (61 percent) to 1,450 to be re-elected Oregon County presiding commissioner. "I thank everyone in th county that supported and voted for me on election day. It is an honor an a privilege to serve the residents of Oregon County," Warren said...
Dillinger easily defeats Dabbs (11/09/06)
Incumbent Fulton County Sheriff Walter Dillinger has retained his position after winning Tuesday's general election. In complete but unofficial totals, Dillinger received 2,805 votes (94 percent) to defeat write-in candidate Chuck Dabbs who received 185 votes (6 percent)...
Award: (11/09/06)
Award: Salem Chamber of Commerce President Mary Sanders presents Debbie Mefford with the Business Person of the Year Award at the chamber's Nov. 2 banquet.
Award: (11/09/06)
Award: Salem Chamber of Commerce President Mary Sanders presents Jerry Estes with the Volunteer Person of the Year Award at the chamber's Nov. 2 banquet.
100TH BIRTHDAY: (11/09/06)
100TH BIRTHDAY: Maggie Hull celebrated her 100th birthday on Oct. 22 with some of her "great family" members in attendance. With Hull, (seated) of Hardy are, standing from right: Joanne Stewart (great niece); Joanne's daughter, Pam Willett (great-great niece); Pam's daughter, Whitney Scribner (great-great-great niece); and Whitney's son, Brayden Scribner (great-great-great-great nephew)...
Wolverton completes basic training (11/09/06)
SP 4 John Olsen Wolverton of the United States Army graduated from basic training on Oct. 15 at Ft. Sill, Okla., and will be continuing his training in South Carolina. He is the son of Luann Hunt and John Paul Wolverton and the grandson of Jocie Gayle Thomason and Gilbert and Delora Wolverton...
FIVE GENERATIONS: (11/09/06)
FIVE GENERATIONS: Recently five generations of the Reble Ivie family gathered at the home of Joyce Hensley at Bexar. Seated is Reble Ivie, 94, holding great-great-grandson Gunner Cowgill. From left are Sue Hensley Cowgill, Casper Cowgill and Joyce Ivie Hensley...
Garnett begins Iraq duty (11/09/06)
Lt. Col. Donna L. Garnett, U.S. Army Reserves, Washington, D.C. has recently deployed to Iraq for a one-year tour of duty. While there, she will be in charge of the upgrade of the communications system for the camp. Garnett is a 1973 graduate of Thayer High School, graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia and obtained a master's degree in computers and information systems from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Md. ...
100TH BIRTHDAY: (11/09/06)
100TH BIRTHDAY: Maggie Hull celebrated her 100th birthday on Oct. 22 with some of her "great family" members in attendance. With Hull, (seated) of Hardy are, standing from right: Joanne Stewart (great niece); Joanne's daughter, Pam Willett (great-great niece); Pam's daughter, Whitney Scribner (great-great-great niece); and Whitney's son, Brayden Scribner (great-great-great-great nephew)...
Wolverton completes basic training (11/09/06)
SP 4 John Olsen Wolverton of the United States Army graduated from basic training on Oct. 15 at Ft. Sill, Okla., and will be continuing his training in South Carolina. He is the son of Luann Hunt and John Paul Wolverton and the grandson of Jocie Gayle Thomason and Gilbert and Delora Wolverton...
Garnett begins Iraq duty (11/09/06)
Lt. Col. Donna L. Garnett, U.S. Army Reserves, Washington, D.C. has recently deployed to Iraq for a one-year tour of duty. While there, she will be in charge of the upgrade of the communications system for the camp. Garnett is a 1973 graduate of Thayer High School, graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia and obtained a master's degree in computers and information systems from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Md. ...
FIVE GENERATIONS: (11/09/06)
FIVE GENERATIONS: Recently five generations of the Reble Ivie family gathered at the home of Joyce Hensley at Bexar. Seated is Reble Ivie, 94, holding great-great-grandson Gunner Cowgill. From left are Sue Hensley Cowgill, Casper Cowgill and Joyce Ivie Hensley...
Garnett begins Iraq duty (11/09/06)
Lt. Col. Donna L. Garnett, U.S. Army Reserves, Washington, D.C. has recently deployed to Iraq for a one-year tour of duty. While there, she will be in charge of the upgrade of the communications system for the camp. Garnett is a 1973 graduate of Thayer High School, graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia and obtained a master's degree in computers and information systems from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Md. ...
Wolverton completes basic training (11/09/06)
SP 4 John Olsen Wolverton of the United States Army graduated from basic training on Oct. 15 at Ft. Sill, Okla., and will be continuing his training in South Carolina. He is the son of Luann Hunt and John Paul Wolverton and the grandson of Jocie Gayle Thomason and Gilbert and Delora Wolverton...
100TH BIRTHDAY: (11/09/06)
100TH BIRTHDAY: Maggie Hull celebrated her 100th birthday on Oct. 22 with some of her "great family" members in attendance. With Hull, (seated) of Hardy are, standing from right: Joanne Stewart (great niece); Joanne's daughter, Pam Willett (great-great niece); Pam's daughter, Whitney Scribner (great-great-great niece); and Whitney's son, Brayden Scribner (great-great-great-great nephew)...
FIVE GENERATIONS: (11/09/06)
FIVE GENERATIONS: Recently five generations of the Reble Ivie family gathered at the home of Joyce Hensley at Bexar. Seated is Reble Ivie, 94, holding great-great-grandson Gunner Cowgill. From left are Sue Hensley Cowgill, Casper Cowgill and Joyce Ivie Hensley...
Garnett begins Iraq duty (11/09/06)
Lt. Col. Donna L. Garnett, U.S. Army Reserves, Washington, D.C. has recently deployed to Iraq for a one-year tour of duty. While there, she will be in charge of the upgrade of the communications system for the camp. Garnett is a 1973 graduate of Thayer High School, graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia and obtained a master's degree in computers and information systems from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Md. ...
100TH BIRTHDAY: (11/09/06)
100TH BIRTHDAY: Maggie Hull celebrated her 100th birthday on Oct. 22 with some of her "great family" members in attendance. With Hull, (seated) of Hardy are, standing from right: Joanne Stewart (great niece); Joanne's daughter, Pam Willett (great-great niece); Pam's daughter, Whitney Scribner (great-great-great niece); and Whitney's son, Brayden Scribner (great-great-great-great nephew)...
FIVE GENERATIONS: (11/09/06)
FIVE GENERATIONS: Recently five generations of the Reble Ivie family gathered at the home of Joyce Hensley at Bexar. Seated is Reble Ivie, 94, holding great-great-grandson Gunner Cowgill. From left are Sue Hensley Cowgill, Casper Cowgill and Joyce Ivie Hensley...
Wolverton completes basic training (11/09/06)
SP 4 John Olsen Wolverton of the United States Army graduated from basic training on Oct. 15 at Ft. Sill, Okla., and will be continuing his training in South Carolina. He is the son of Luann Hunt and John Paul Wolverton and the grandson of Jocie Gayle Thomason and Gilbert and Delora Wolverton...
One step behind (11/09/06)
With a spot in the 2006 playoffs all but out of reach, the Salem Greyhounds and Marshall Bobcats were both looking at a chance to end the season on a positive note Nov. 3 by capping the year with a victory. The Hounds were focused on sending their seniors out in style by finishing with a .500 record for the first time in two years, while the Bobcats were set on ending the year with an even mark for the first time since the 1996 season...
Melee in Miller (11/09/06)
These are not the same-old Miller Cardinals. Certainly not the same group that had found the win column just five times over the past five seasons before this year. For sure not the same group that went winless last season and brought a 16-game losing streak into the 2006 season...
Ninemire in Bison Hall of Fame (11/09/06)
As a hard-slugging third basemen for the Harding University Bisons, Marty Ninemire was one tough out. Case in point -- the 1984 season. In 93 plate appearances in '84, Ninemire struck out only six times while hitting .417, the third-highest single-season batting average in Harding University history...
Ninemire in Bison Hall of Fame (11/09/06)
As a hard-slugging third basemen for the Harding University Bisons, Marty Ninemire was one tough out. Case in point -- the 1984 season. In 93 plate appearances in '84, Ninemire struck out only six times while hitting .417, the third-highest single-season batting average in Harding University history...
Melee in Miller (11/09/06)
These are not the same-old Miller Cardinals. Certainly not the same group that had found the win column just five times over the past five seasons before this year. For sure not the same group that went winless last season and brought a 16-game losing streak into the 2006 season...
One step behind (11/09/06)
With a spot in the 2006 playoffs all but out of reach, the Salem Greyhounds and Marshall Bobcats were both looking at a chance to end the season on a positive note Nov. 3 by capping the year with a victory. The Hounds were focused on sending their seniors out in style by finishing with a .500 record for the first time in two years, while the Bobcats were set on ending the year with an even mark for the first time since the 1996 season...
Melee in Miller (11/09/06)
These are not the same-old Miller Cardinals. Certainly not the same group that had found the win column just five times over the past five seasons before this year. For sure not the same group that went winless last season and brought a 16-game losing streak into the 2006 season...
Ninemire in Bison Hall of Fame (11/09/06)
As a hard-slugging third basemen for the Harding University Bisons, Marty Ninemire was one tough out. Case in point -- the 1984 season. In 93 plate appearances in '84, Ninemire struck out only six times while hitting .417, the third-highest single-season batting average in Harding University history...
One step behind (11/09/06)
With a spot in the 2006 playoffs all but out of reach, the Salem Greyhounds and Marshall Bobcats were both looking at a chance to end the season on a positive note Nov. 3 by capping the year with a victory. The Hounds were focused on sending their seniors out in style by finishing with a .500 record for the first time in two years, while the Bobcats were set on ending the year with an even mark for the first time since the 1996 season...
Melee in Miller (11/09/06)
These are not the same-old Miller Cardinals. Certainly not the same group that had found the win column just five times over the past five seasons before this year. For sure not the same group that went winless last season and brought a 16-game losing streak into the 2006 season...
Ninemire in Bison Hall of Fame (11/09/06)
As a hard-slugging third basemen for the Harding University Bisons, Marty Ninemire was one tough out. Case in point -- the 1984 season. In 93 plate appearances in '84, Ninemire struck out only six times while hitting .417, the third-highest single-season batting average in Harding University history...
One step behind (11/09/06)
With a spot in the 2006 playoffs all but out of reach, the Salem Greyhounds and Marshall Bobcats were both looking at a chance to end the season on a positive note Nov. 3 by capping the year with a victory. The Hounds were focused on sending their seniors out in style by finishing with a .500 record for the first time in two years, while the Bobcats were set on ending the year with an even mark for the first time since the 1996 season...
Edith Robertson (11/09/06)
Edith Pauline Robertson was born the daughter of James O. Standage and Minnie Mabell Harris Standage on Nov. 29, 1920, in Tuckerman, Ark. She died on Oct. 28, 2006, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains, Mo., at the age of 85. She was united in marriage Aug. 6, 1938, in Salem, Ark., to Carl Lester Robertson who preceded her in death on Aug. 15, 1988...
Libbye Ann Blevins (11/09/06)
Libbye Ann Blevins, 47, of Mammoth Spring, daughter of the late C.L. and Georgia Brown, was born on May 5, 1959, in Phoenix, Ariz., and died Oct. 22, 2006, in Little Rock. Survivors include her fiance Rayburn Penter of Mammoth Spring; one son, Melvin Feltman of Mammoth Spring; one daughter, Laurita "Lori" Sanders of Poplar Bluff, Mo.; four sisters, Linda Smith of Corning, Ark., Bonnie Houseman of Paragould, Ark. ...
Joyce Lou Baldridge (11/09/06)
Joyce Lou Baldridge, 67, died Oct. 29, 2006, at St. John's Hospital in Springfield, Mo. She was born April 9, 1939, in Noel, Mo., the daughter of the late Charles and Ada Collier Forney. She was united in marriage to Edward Baldridge on June 29, 1957. He preceded her in death Dec. 18, 1995...
Wanda Sue Wiles (11/09/06)
Wanda Sue Wiles, of Williford, died Nov. 3, 2006. She was born on the family home place in Williford on July 3, 1939, the daughter of the late Cay and Estelle Cruse Bettis. She was a painter and published poet, having penned "A Tapestry of Thoughts which appeared in the National Library of Poetry in 1996...
Kenneth Hamilton (11/09/06)
Kenneth Wade Hamilton, 23, of Hardy, died Oct. 25, 2006, in Maryland. He was born on May 16, 1983, in Batesville, the son of Kenneth Monroe and Kathy Lynn Hamilton. He was a construction worker and an avid hunter. Survivors include his parents, Kenneth Monroe and Kathy Lynn Hamilton of Hardy; one sisters and her husband, Tonia and Glen Moore of Pocahontas; one brother and his wife, William Matthew and Julie Hamilton of Hardy; his grandparents, Carl Palmar and Lena Mae Hamilton of Hardy; two nieces, Samantha and Stephanie Moore of Pocahontas; two nephews Fermon Alan Moore of Pocahontas and Hunter Matthew Hamilton of Hardy; his uncles, two aunts and many other relatives who mourn his passing.. ...
Alan W. Kimber (11/09/06)
Alan W. Kimber, 86, of Cherokee Village died Nov. 1, 2006, at the Eaglecrest Nursing and Rehab Center in Ash Flat. He was born on April 13, 1920, in the United Kingdom. He was the son of Walter David Kimber and Ethel (Darby) Kimber. He was a veteran of the Royal Air Force in England...
Willie Faye Perkey (11/09/06)
Willie Faye Perkey, 79, of Sidney died Oct. 31, 2006, at her home. She was born Aug. 3, 1927, at Mount Pleasant, Ark., the daughter of the late Morris and Tempie (Glenn) Johnson. She was retired from the Sidney Nursing Home, was a homemaker and of the Baptist faith...
Lester LaClair Elrod (11/09/06)
Lester LaClair Elrod, 91, of Hardy, died Nov. 3, 2006, at the Ash Flat Nursing and Rehab. He was born Aug. 17, 1915, in Prairie City, Iowa the son of the late Carl Elrod and Myra Young. He was employed for Elrod Furniture Sales for 22 years and was a farmer in Iowa before moving to Cherokee Village...
Jeffery Lynn Rigsby (11/09/06)
Jeffery Lynn Rigsby, 56, of Ash Flat, Ark., died Oct. 28, 2006, at Fulton County Hospital in Salem, Ark. He was born in El Paso, Texas. He was employed as a sprinkler fitter foreman at Arkansas Automatic Sprinkler. Survivors are his wife, Margaret Rigsby of Ash Flat; his parents, James Hillis Rigsby and Faye Rigsby, three sons, Michael Lee Rigsby, James Eddie Rigsby and Thomas Arnold Rigsby...
Albert Leon Hudgins (11/09/06)
Albert Leon Hudgins, 61, of Ash Flat died Oct. 31, 2006, at Fulton County Hospital in Salem. Hudgins was born on Aug. 27, 1945, in St. Augustine, Fla., the son of Alvin Hudgins and Faye (Warren) Hudgins. He was a veteran of the United States Air Force. He worked many years as a bill collector. He was of the Baptist faith...
Etta Belle Meacham (11/09/06)
Etta Belle Meacham, 75, of Cave City died Oct. 31, 2006, at the White River Medical Center in Batesville. She was born April 12, 1931, at Grange, Ark., the daughter of the late Ansel and Monie Christenberry. She was a bookkeeper and manager for Curia Creek Apartments in Cave City...
John David Lacy (11/09/06)
John David Lacy of Glencoe, son of the late William Harrison and Opal Gladys (Couch) Lacy, was born Sept. 27, 1934 at Hunter, Ark., He died Oct. 30, 2006, at the John McClellan Veterans Hospital in Little Rock, Ark., at the age of 72. He was married to Dorothy Sybil Atwell on April 7, 1962, at Holly Grove, Ark. He was a loving husband, father and grandfather and worked at Riceland as a shipping foreman...
Louise Wilson (11/09/06)
Louise Wilson, 81, of Alton, was born Oct. 20, 1925, in Couch, Mo., and died Oct. 27, 2006, at Shepherd's View Residential Care facility. She was united in marriage to John Daniel "Dan" Wilson Sept. 1, 1946. He preceded her in death. She was employed for many years at the Alton Western Auto Store...
Troy Thomas Sisco (11/09/06)
Troy Thomas Sisco, 80, of Alton, was born March 16, 1926, in Oregon County, Mo., and died Oct. 30, 2006, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He was united in marriage to Jettie Wheeler on March 24, 1947, who survives. Other survivors include one son, Dewayne Sisco and wife Sally of West Plains; three daughters, Mary Sisco of the home, Joyce Mooney and husband Tom of West Plains, Clois Ford and husband Rick of North Carolina; a special daughter, Angie Casey and husband Brant of Alton; 10 grandchildren, Danny and Shelley Sisco, Steve and Keri Evans, Jodie and Jackie Sisco, Brian and Leslie Bettis, Shannon and Charity Ford; six great-grandchildren, Cole and Tom Bettis, Ciara Sisco, Mackenzie Hutson, Tyson and Gauge Sisco; and numerous other relatives and friends.. ...
Edith Robertson (11/09/06)
Edith Pauline Robertson was born the daughter of James O. Standage and Minnie Mabell Harris Standage on Nov. 29, 1920, in Tuckerman, Ark. She died on Oct. 28, 2006, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains, Mo., at the age of 85. She was united in marriage Aug. 6, 1938, in Salem, Ark., to Carl Lester Robertson who preceded her in death on Aug. 15, 1988...
John David Lacy (11/09/06)
John David Lacy of Glencoe, son of the late William Harrison and Opal Gladys (Couch) Lacy, was born Sept. 27, 1934 at Hunter, Ark., He died Oct. 30, 2006, at the John McClellan Veterans Hospital in Little Rock, Ark., at the age of 72. He was married to Dorothy Sybil Atwell on April 7, 1962, at Holly Grove, Ark. He was a loving husband, father and grandfather and worked at Riceland as a shipping foreman...