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Stories from Thursday, February 1, 2007

Mammoth Spring man charged with assault (02/01/07)
A Mammoth Spring man is facing multiple charges for allegedly assaulting his wife Jan. 14. Angela Deaton, 35, told authorities her husband, Bryan Deaton, 37, physically abused her and made numerous fatal threats throughout a four-day period starting Jan. ...
Felony charges (02/01/07)
Two Izard County men face felony charges after allegedly going on a spree of destructive behavior that resulted in thousands of dollars in damages Jan. 19. Jason Sherrell, 20, and Michael Kulczycki, 24, both of Melbourne, face criminal mischief charges involving destruction of property for current and past offenses after the men gave statements admitting their guilt, according to Izard County Sheriff Tate Lawrence...
Search reveals drugs (02/01/07)
A Hardy couple faces drug charges after police searched their home Jan. 18 for stolen goods. Clyde Scott Griffin, 45, and Theresa Ann Kennedy, 38, are both charged with possession with the intent to deliver a controlled substance, methamphetamine, a class Y felony; possession with the intent to deliver a controlled substance, marijuana, a class C felony; use or possession with the intent to use drug paraphernalia, a class C felony; and theft by receiving, a class C felony...
SEX OFFENDER (02/01/07)
Sex OFFENDER: Richard R. Andis, a 56-year-old level-three sex offender, is expected to be moving into Fulton County, according to Izard County Sheriff Tate Lawrence. Andis, who was convicted of indecent sexual contact with a child, was approved to leave Izard County but is required to file with Fulton County authorities once his new residence is established, Lawrence said...
Hometown Hero (02/01/07)
HOMETOWN HERO: Lt. Col. Kirk Van Pelt pins the Purple Heart on Spc. George Hendricks of Melbourne Jan. 20. Hendricks received the honor after bring wounded in combat Nov. 20, 2004, while serving with the 39th Brigade Combat Team in Operation Iraqi Freedom...
Gearing up (02/01/07)
AREA -- The annual K-Kountry 95 St. Jude Radiothon will be Feb. 14. The first year K-Kountry 95 participated in the radiothon, the station raised $8,000. That was in 1985. Last year the station raised $141,000 and was named the number one fundraising station for St. Jude per capita in the United States...
St. Jude Chest (02/01/07)
ST. JUDE CHEST: K-Kountry 95 employees Bob Eckman, Lynn Hobbs and Mike Crase examine the mini chest made by Daniel Bowers. Bowers made the chest in honor of his daughter Madison who has battled cancer. It will be used to hold donations collected Feb. 14, the day of the County Cares for Kids K-Kountry 95 Radiothon...
Salem to host 2007 Powwow (02/01/07)
The Salem City Council voted Jan. 25 to host a nationally recognized event this spring. On May 19 and 20 the third annual Circle of Hope Intertribal Powwow will be held at the Salem City Park and Fulton County Fairgrounds. The event is expected to bring thousands of Native American people from all across the United States, according to Sovereign Amonsoquath Tribe of Cherokee President Cathy Jones...
Mammoth Spring man charged with assault (02/01/07)
A Mammoth Spring man is facing multiple charges for allegedly assaulting his wife Jan. 14. Angela Deaton, 35, told authorities her husband, Bryan Deaton, 37, physically abused her and made numerous fatal threats throughout a four-day period starting Jan. ...
Felony charges (02/01/07)
Two Izard County men face felony charges after allegedly going on a spree of destructive behavior that resulted in thousands of dollars in damages Jan. 19. Jason Sherrell, 20, and Michael Kulczycki, 24, both of Melbourne, face criminal mischief charges involving destruction of property for current and past offenses after the men gave statements admitting their guilt, according to Izard County Sheriff Tate Lawrence...
Search reveals drugs (02/01/07)
A Hardy couple faces drug charges after police searched their home Jan. 18 for stolen goods. Clyde Scott Griffin, 45, and Theresa Ann Kennedy, 38, are both charged with possession with the intent to deliver a controlled substance, methamphetamine, a class Y felony; possession with the intent to deliver a controlled substance, marijuana, a class C felony; use or possession with the intent to use drug paraphernalia, a class C felony; and theft by receiving, a class C felony...
SEX OFFENDER (02/01/07)
Sex OFFENDER: Richard R. Andis, a 56-year-old level-three sex offender, is expected to be moving into Fulton County, according to Izard County Sheriff Tate Lawrence. Andis, who was convicted of indecent sexual contact with a child, was approved to leave Izard County but is required to file with Fulton County authorities once his new residence is established, Lawrence said...
Hometown Hero (02/01/07)
HOMETOWN HERO: Lt. Col. Kirk Van Pelt pins the Purple Heart on Spc. George Hendricks of Melbourne Jan. 20. Hendricks received the honor after bring wounded in combat Nov. 20, 2004, while serving with the 39th Brigade Combat Team in Operation Iraqi Freedom...
Gearing up (02/01/07)
AREA -- The annual K-Kountry 95 St. Jude Radiothon will be Feb. 14. The first year K-Kountry 95 participated in the radiothon, the station raised $8,000. That was in 1985. Last year the station raised $141,000 and was named the number one fundraising station for St. Jude per capita in the United States...
St. Jude Chest (02/01/07)
ST. JUDE CHEST: K-Kountry 95 employees Bob Eckman, Lynn Hobbs and Mike Crase examine the mini chest made by Daniel Bowers. Bowers made the chest in honor of his daughter Madison who has battled cancer. It will be used to hold donations collected Feb. 14, the day of the County Cares for Kids K-Kountry 95 Radiothon...
Salem to host 2007 Powwow (02/01/07)
The Salem City Council voted Jan. 25 to host a nationally recognized event this spring. On May 19 and 20 the third annual Circle of Hope Intertribal Powwow will be held at the Salem City Park and Fulton County Fairgrounds. The event is expected to bring thousands of Native American people from all across the United States, according to Sovereign Amonsoquath Tribe of Cherokee President Cathy Jones...