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Stories from Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Third phase ... (06/06/07)
Photo by Jessica Goff Midwest Hydro Drilling and Service employee Frank Young of West Plains, Mo., works on a well located on Highway 9 south. The well is part of phase three of the county's water expansion program. Young estimated the drilling will take 4-6 weeks to reach a desired water depth of 1,800 feet. Assisting him is Paul Holke of West Plains...
White washing ... (06/06/07)
Photo by Jan Thompson Mike Gwaltney, an employee of the Del/Mar Tuck Pointing Company has been busy recently doing some tuck pointing work and washing the outside of the Oregon County Courthouse at Alton.
Another senseless theft (06/06/07)
Photo by Erma HarrisTwenty mailboxes and road signs were stolen and discarded in the middle of a gravel road in Salem May 30. This is a reoccurring problem for law enforcement authorities and emergency personnel who rely on signs and mailboxes when responding to an emergency...
Break-in at Viola business (06/06/07)
The string of Viola robberies continue. Steve Perryman's taxidermy shop located along Highway 223 near Perryman's residence in Viola was broken into during the evening of May 20. The thieves, who broke into the shop sometime after 10 p.m. took over $3,500 worth of merchandise, according to Steve Perryman's wife, Vera Perryman...
Chamber to celebrate Thayer's 125th birthday (06/06/07)
THAYER -- The Thayer Chamber of Commerce will celebrate the 125th anniversary of Thayer becoming a town when they hold their annual Chamber of Commerce Banquet June 18. The banquet will be at 6:30 p.m. at Los Portrillos in Thayer. All chamber members are urged to go by the Thayer Information Center and Rail Road Museum or Mainprize Chiropractic in Thayer to pick up a Thayer Citizen of the Year application form...
Bodies found in fire identified (06/06/07)
The Arkansas Crime Lab has positively identified the remains of the two bodies found in the Horseshoe Bend residence that burned to the ground May 18. The crime lab determined William Jameson III, 41, who owned the residence and Joshua Jameson, 37, died of smoke and soot inhalation, said Horseshoe Bend Police Chief Fred Mitchell...
Viola teen dies in motorcycle wreck (06/06/07)
A young man on the brink of new beginnings lost his life late Friday evening. Zachary Kunz died June 2 at the age of 18. Kunz, a recent graduate of Viola High School, and his friend Bradley Majors, 19, of Viola were traveling east along Highway 62/412, each on a motorcycle, less than a mile from the Viola city limits. ...
Bond issue on ballot (06/06/07)
MYRTLE -- The Couch R-1 Board of Education has called a special election to be held in the school district Aug. 7. Couch Superintendent of Schools Tom Bull said the school district is asking the voters to increase the district's operating levy by 68 cents per $100 assessed valuation...
Oregon County farmers 'duped' (06/06/07)
OREGON COUNTY -- The Missouri State Farm Service (FSA) Committee met May 23 in Columbia and voted to make six FSA offices across the state part-time offices including the Oregon County office located in Alton. The office is located just west of Alton on Highway 160 in a building that is less than two years old...
Bomb addressed to police (06/06/07)
WEST PLAINS -- Authorities have apprehended a suspect in connection containing a suspicious package with an explosive device found June 1 in West Plains. U.S. Postal Inspector Dan Taylor said the name of the individual is being held pending formal charges...
Robbery suspect caught (06/06/07)
THAYER -- Quick action by a deputy with the Sharp County Sheriff's office helped recover nearly $10,000 in cash, checks and merchandise stolen from a Thayer business last month, Oregon County Sheriff Tim Ward said he has issued an arrest warrant for Justin E. Waddle of Ozark Acres in connection with the break-in and burglary at R&R Industries in Thayer May 25...
Theft leads to arrest at Viola (06/06/07)
A Viola man recently had his own grandson arrested. Eric Z. Sherman, 19, of Elizabeth is facing a theft of property charge, a class C felony, after he stole two Charloais calves from his grandfather, Charles Sherman's, farm and took them to the Salem Sale Barn May 24, according to the official police report...
Century 4-H family program created (06/06/07)
OREGON COUNTY - For many years University Extension has offered a special program to honor family farms which are 100 years old. That program is called Century Farms and there are many University Extension Century Farms in Oregon County. Oregon County Extension 4-H Youth Development Program Specialist Assistant Nancy Reed said Extension has developed a new program focusing on family 4-H...
Cleaning (06/06/07)
Photo by Jan Thompson Couch School maintenance employees Rick Joiner, (on ladder) and Jim Hayes finish cleaning the basketball goals in the Couch High School Gym.
Another senseless theft (06/06/07)
Photo by Erma HarrisTwenty mailboxes and road signs were stolen and discarded in the middle of a gravel road in Salem May 30. This is a reoccurring problem for law enforcement authorities and emergency personnel who rely on signs and mailboxes when responding to an emergency...
White washing ... (06/06/07)
Photo by Jan Thompson Mike Gwaltney, an employee of the Del/Mar Tuck Pointing Company has been busy recently doing some tuck pointing work and washing the outside of the Oregon County Courthouse at Alton.
Third phase ... (06/06/07)
Photo by Jessica Goff Midwest Hydro Drilling and Service employee Frank Young of West Plains, Mo., works on a well located on Highway 9 south. The well is part of phase three of the county's water expansion program. Young estimated the drilling will take 4-6 weeks to reach a desired water depth of 1,800 feet. Assisting him is Paul Holke of West Plains...
Theft leads to arrest at Viola (06/06/07)
A Viola man recently had his own grandson arrested. Eric Z. Sherman, 19, of Elizabeth is facing a theft of property charge, a class C felony, after he stole two Charloais calves from his grandfather, Charles Sherman's, farm and took them to the Salem Sale Barn May 24, according to the official police report...
Bomb addressed to police (06/06/07)
WEST PLAINS -- Authorities have apprehended a suspect in connection containing a suspicious package with an explosive device found June 1 in West Plains. U.S. Postal Inspector Dan Taylor said the name of the individual is being held pending formal charges...
Bodies found in fire identified (06/06/07)
The Arkansas Crime Lab has positively identified the remains of the two bodies found in the Horseshoe Bend residence that burned to the ground May 18. The crime lab determined William Jameson III, 41, who owned the residence and Joshua Jameson, 37, died of smoke and soot inhalation, said Horseshoe Bend Police Chief Fred Mitchell...
Robbery suspect caught (06/06/07)
THAYER -- Quick action by a deputy with the Sharp County Sheriff's office helped recover nearly $10,000 in cash, checks and merchandise stolen from a Thayer business last month, Oregon County Sheriff Tim Ward said he has issued an arrest warrant for Justin E. Waddle of Ozark Acres in connection with the break-in and burglary at R&R Industries in Thayer May 25...
Century 4-H family program created (06/06/07)
OREGON COUNTY - For many years University Extension has offered a special program to honor family farms which are 100 years old. That program is called Century Farms and there are many University Extension Century Farms in Oregon County. Oregon County Extension 4-H Youth Development Program Specialist Assistant Nancy Reed said Extension has developed a new program focusing on family 4-H...
Cleaning (06/06/07)
Photo by Jan Thompson Couch School maintenance employees Rick Joiner, (on ladder) and Jim Hayes finish cleaning the basketball goals in the Couch High School Gym.
Chamber to celebrate Thayer's 125th birthday (06/06/07)
THAYER -- The Thayer Chamber of Commerce will celebrate the 125th anniversary of Thayer becoming a town when they hold their annual Chamber of Commerce Banquet June 18. The banquet will be at 6:30 p.m. at Los Portrillos in Thayer. All chamber members are urged to go by the Thayer Information Center and Rail Road Museum or Mainprize Chiropractic in Thayer to pick up a Thayer Citizen of the Year application form...
Viola teen dies in motorcycle wreck (06/06/07)
A young man on the brink of new beginnings lost his life late Friday evening. Zachary Kunz died June 2 at the age of 18. Kunz, a recent graduate of Viola High School, and his friend Bradley Majors, 19, of Viola were traveling east along Highway 62/412, each on a motorcycle, less than a mile from the Viola city limits. ...
Bond issue on ballot (06/06/07)
MYRTLE -- The Couch R-1 Board of Education has called a special election to be held in the school district Aug. 7. Couch Superintendent of Schools Tom Bull said the school district is asking the voters to increase the district's operating levy by 68 cents per $100 assessed valuation...
Oregon County farmers 'duped' (06/06/07)
OREGON COUNTY -- The Missouri State Farm Service (FSA) Committee met May 23 in Columbia and voted to make six FSA offices across the state part-time offices including the Oregon County office located in Alton. The office is located just west of Alton on Highway 160 in a building that is less than two years old...
Break-in at Viola business (06/06/07)
The string of Viola robberies continue. Steve Perryman's taxidermy shop located along Highway 223 near Perryman's residence in Viola was broken into during the evening of May 20. The thieves, who broke into the shop sometime after 10 p.m. took over $3,500 worth of merchandise, according to Steve Perryman's wife, Vera Perryman...
Legislative appreciation dinner (06/06/07)
Fulton, Izard and Sharp County Farm Bureaus recently hosted a legislative appreciation dinner May 25 at Ozarka College in Melbourne. Howard Burris, president of Fulton County Farm Bureau, expressed thanks to Rep. Eddie Cooper and Sen. Paul Miller of Melbourne and Rep. ...
Recycling business opens (06/06/07)
With all the talk about global warming and environmental threats, one business has stepped to the plate to help make a difference. "This is something that will not only help the environment, but it will help the overall appearance of the surrounding communities," said David King who recently opened Oxford Recycling at his home along Highway 9 south in Oxford...
Moody elected to delegation (06/06/07)
Michael Moody, MD, of Salem, was recently reappointed as an American Medical Association (AMA) alternate delegate for the Arkansas Medical Society. He will serve a two-year term, beginning in January 2008. Dr. Moody is a Family Practice physician with the Family Clinic, P.A. He has been a member of the society since 1973...
Arnold joins clinic (06/06/07)
Nurse Practitioner A. Renee Arnold has joined Ozarks Medical Center's Mammoth Spring Medical Clinic, located at 260 Main Street. The longtime nurse practitioner most recently worked at Salem Clinic in Salem. At the Mammoth Spring clinic, she works with longtime physician, Harry Kelly, DO...
Legislative appreciation dinner (06/06/07)
Fulton, Izard and Sharp County Farm Bureaus recently hosted a legislative appreciation dinner May 25 at Ozarka College in Melbourne. Howard Burris, president of Fulton County Farm Bureau, expressed thanks to Rep. Eddie Cooper and Sen. Paul Miller of Melbourne and Rep. ...
Recycling business opens (06/06/07)
With all the talk about global warming and environmental threats, one business has stepped to the plate to help make a difference. "This is something that will not only help the environment, but it will help the overall appearance of the surrounding communities," said David King who recently opened Oxford Recycling at his home along Highway 9 south in Oxford...
Arnold joins clinic (06/06/07)
Nurse Practitioner A. Renee Arnold has joined Ozarks Medical Center's Mammoth Spring Medical Clinic, located at 260 Main Street. The longtime nurse practitioner most recently worked at Salem Clinic in Salem. At the Mammoth Spring clinic, she works with longtime physician, Harry Kelly, DO...
Moody elected to delegation (06/06/07)
Michael Moody, MD, of Salem, was recently reappointed as an American Medical Association (AMA) alternate delegate for the Arkansas Medical Society. He will serve a two-year term, beginning in January 2008. Dr. Moody is a Family Practice physician with the Family Clinic, P.A. He has been a member of the society since 1973...
Batesville Bullet shows 'em at Show-Me 100 (06/06/07)
On paper it looked impossible. On dirt, however, it was another matter entirely. With a who's-who of the nation's best dirt late model drivers filling the starting roster of the 15th annual O'Reilly Auto Parts Show-Me 100 at West Plains Motor Speedway May 26, the odds seemed long and lean that any one driver would dominate the field...
Grizzlies "do well" on national stage (06/06/07)
Members of the Missouri State University-West Plains club golf team performed "well" at its first National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division II Men's Golf Championships, held May 22-25 at the Goose Pond Colony Resort in Scottsboro, Ala...
Free Fishing Days, Kid's Derby on tap (06/06/07)
If spring weather and the prospect of a fresh-fish dinner are not enough to convince state residents to go fishing, the Missouri Department of Conservation has an added incentive -- Free Fishing Days June 9 and 10. The weekend after the first Monday in June is always Free Fishing Days...
Batesville Bullet shows 'em at Show-Me 100 (06/06/07)
On paper it looked impossible. On dirt, however, it was another matter entirely. With a who's-who of the nation's best dirt late model drivers filling the starting roster of the 15th annual O'Reilly Auto Parts Show-Me 100 at West Plains Motor Speedway May 26, the odds seemed long and lean that any one driver would dominate the field...
Grizzlies "do well" on national stage (06/06/07)
Members of the Missouri State University-West Plains club golf team performed "well" at its first National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division II Men's Golf Championships, held May 22-25 at the Goose Pond Colony Resort in Scottsboro, Ala...
Free Fishing Days, Kid's Derby on tap (06/06/07)
If spring weather and the prospect of a fresh-fish dinner are not enough to convince state residents to go fishing, the Missouri Department of Conservation has an added incentive -- Free Fishing Days June 9 and 10. The weekend after the first Monday in June is always Free Fishing Days...
Adam Lane French (06/06/07)
Adam Lane French, 14, was born March 19, 1993, in Jonesboro, Ark., the son of John and Terri French of Hardy, Ark. He died May 25, 2007, in Memphis, Tenn. Adam dedicated his life to Christ on May 29, 2005. He attended the Highland Assembly of God Church...
Norman Bridges (06/06/07)
Norman Bridges, 84, of Doniphan, Mo., was born Nov. 2, 1922, in Alton, Mo., and died May 22, 2007, at the Current River Nursing Center in Doniphan, Mo. Survivors include: two sons, Norman Keith Bridges of Myrtle, Mo., and Edward J. Curtis Bridges of Couch, Mo.; two daughters, Carol R. ...
Zachary Ryan "Cooter" Kunz (06/06/07)
Zachary Ryan "Cooter" Kunz, of Viola, Ark., son of Douglas Michael and Joy Mae (Reynolds) Kunz, was born Oct. 13, 1988, in Jacksonville, Ark. He died June 2, 2007, at the Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Ark., at the age of 18 years...
Leroy Alfred Breeden (06/06/07)
Leroy Alfred Breeden, of Salem, Ark., son of the late Thomas Jefferson and Louise Mary (Hoeft) Breeden, was born on Sept. 1, 1935, in Union, Mo. He died May 27, 2007, at Muskogee, Okla., at the age of 71. He was united in marriage to Janie Esther Clouse on Dec 15, 1989, at Texarkana, Ark...
Thelma Jean Mitchell (06/06/07)
Thelma Jean ?Mitchell, 69, of Horseshoe Bend, Ark., died May 20, 2007, at the North Arkansas Life Care Center in Horseshoe Bend. She was born July 31, 1937, in Ash Flat, Ark., the daughter of the late Dee and Nellie (Jackson) Dowdy. She previously did factory work of assembly lines and was of the Baptist faith...
James Henry Johnson (06/06/07)
James Henry Johnson, 85, was born the son of Albert S. Johnson and Sarah Alice Frey Johnson on March 18, 1922, in Alton, Mo., and died May 26, 2007, in Memphis, Tenn. He was united in marriage Sept. 15, 1941, in Salem, Ark., to Pauline McGhee who preceded him in death July 31, 2000. He was united in marriage on Sept. 15, 2000, in Salem, Ark., to Lena McGhee...
Hilma "Toots" Hollis (06/06/07)
Hilma "Toots" Hollis, was born the daughter of Rector Dale and Hattie Williams Dale on March 31, 1919, in Bardley, Mo., and died May 27, 2007, at Thayer, Mo., at the age of 88. She was united in marriage Feb. 7, 1937, at Alton, Mo., to V.E. "Duck"?Hollis who preceded her in death June 5, 1995. She is survived by: three brothers, Willard Dale, Bob Dale and Connie Dale all from near Doniphan, Mo.; a sister, Viola Marley of Doniphan; a host of nieces; nephews; other relatives and many friends...
Minnie B. Felts (06/06/07)
Minnie B. Felts, daughter of the late Roy Curtis Paschall and Mary Leona Bishop Paschall was born on Feb. 1, 1914, in Fanchon,??Mo. She died June 2, 2007, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Ark., at the age of 93. She was united in marriage to Wiley P. ...
Freda Wilma Felts (06/06/07)
Freda Wilma Felts, 96, of Viola,?Ark., daughter of the late David Bradley and Margaret Lou (Casey) Rosier, was born April 20, 1911, in Shady Grove, Ark. She died May 27, 2007, at the Hospice ?House in Mountain Home, Ark. She was united in marriage to James (Jim) Felts on Sept. 23, 1927, and to this union five children were born...
Jo Lynn Grimes (06/06/07)
Jo Lynn Grimes, 56, of Kansas City, Mo., died May 28, 2007. She was born Oct. 23, 1950, in Thayer, Mo. Survivors include her husband of 34 years, Carl J. Grimes; two sons, Jeffery R. Grimes of the home and Jeremy N. and wife Jennifer Grimes of Kansas City,?Mo.; and one brother. Robert Wood (Gaye) of Pittsburg, Pa...
George Chrismas (06/06/07)
George Sidney Chris-mas, 94, of Forest City, N.C., died May 28, 2007, at his residence. A native of Oxbow, Province of Saskatchewan, he was the son of the late Walter William and Pearl Orena Whipple Chrismas. He retired for the NASCO?Company in Waukegan, Ill...
Christopher Kerst (06/06/07)
Christopher David Kerst, beloved son of Sue and Roy Kerst and brother of Heather, died May 30 , 2007 in Dallas, Texas. He left behind his wife Kristi, his brother-in-law Max, grandmom Irene and aunts, uncles, cousins and friends in Texas, New York, Arkansas and North Carolina...
Norman Bridges (06/06/07)
Norman Bridges, 84, of Doniphan, Mo., was born Nov. 2, 1922, in Alton, Mo., and died May 22, 2007, at the Current River Nursing Center in Doniphan, Mo. Survivors include: two sons, Norman Keith Bridges of Myrtle, Mo., and Edward J. Curtis Bridges of Couch, Mo.; two daughters, Carol R. ...
Minnie B. Felts (06/06/07)
Minnie B. Felts, daughter of the late Roy Curtis Paschall and Mary Leona Bishop Paschall was born on Feb. 1, 1914, in Fanchon,??Mo. She died June 2, 2007, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Ark., at the age of 93. She was united in marriage to Wiley P. ...
Hilma "Toots" Hollis (06/06/07)
Hilma "Toots" Hollis, was born the daughter of Rector Dale and Hattie Williams Dale on March 31, 1919, in Bardley, Mo., and died May 27, 2007, at Thayer, Mo., at the age of 88. She was united in marriage Feb. 7, 1937, at Alton, Mo., to V.E. "Duck"?Hollis who preceded her in death June 5, 1995. She is survived by: three brothers, Willard Dale, Bob Dale and Connie Dale all from near Doniphan, Mo.; a sister, Viola Marley of Doniphan; a host of nieces; nephews; other relatives and many friends...
Christopher Kerst (06/06/07)
Christopher David Kerst, beloved son of Sue and Roy Kerst and brother of Heather, died May 30 , 2007 in Dallas, Texas. He left behind his wife Kristi, his brother-in-law Max, grandmom Irene and aunts, uncles, cousins and friends in Texas, New York, Arkansas and North Carolina...
James Henry Johnson (06/06/07)
James Henry Johnson, 85, was born the son of Albert S. Johnson and Sarah Alice Frey Johnson on March 18, 1922, in Alton, Mo., and died May 26, 2007, in Memphis, Tenn. He was united in marriage Sept. 15, 1941, in Salem, Ark., to Pauline McGhee who preceded him in death July 31, 2000. He was united in marriage on Sept. 15, 2000, in Salem, Ark., to Lena McGhee...
Leroy Alfred Breeden (06/06/07)
Leroy Alfred Breeden, of Salem, Ark., son of the late Thomas Jefferson and Louise Mary (Hoeft) Breeden, was born on Sept. 1, 1935, in Union, Mo. He died May 27, 2007, at Muskogee, Okla., at the age of 71. He was united in marriage to Janie Esther Clouse on Dec 15, 1989, at Texarkana, Ark...
Adam Lane French (06/06/07)
Adam Lane French, 14, was born March 19, 1993, in Jonesboro, Ark., the son of John and Terri French of Hardy, Ark. He died May 25, 2007, in Memphis, Tenn. Adam dedicated his life to Christ on May 29, 2005. He attended the Highland Assembly of God Church...
Thelma Jean Mitchell (06/06/07)
Thelma Jean ?Mitchell, 69, of Horseshoe Bend, Ark., died May 20, 2007, at the North Arkansas Life Care Center in Horseshoe Bend. She was born July 31, 1937, in Ash Flat, Ark., the daughter of the late Dee and Nellie (Jackson) Dowdy. She previously did factory work of assembly lines and was of the Baptist faith...
Zachary Ryan "Cooter" Kunz (06/06/07)
Zachary Ryan "Cooter" Kunz, of Viola, Ark., son of Douglas Michael and Joy Mae (Reynolds) Kunz, was born Oct. 13, 1988, in Jacksonville, Ark. He died June 2, 2007, at the Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Ark., at the age of 18 years...
Jo Lynn Grimes (06/06/07)
Jo Lynn Grimes, 56, of Kansas City, Mo., died May 28, 2007. She was born Oct. 23, 1950, in Thayer, Mo. Survivors include her husband of 34 years, Carl J. Grimes; two sons, Jeffery R. Grimes of the home and Jeremy N. and wife Jennifer Grimes of Kansas City,?Mo.; and one brother. Robert Wood (Gaye) of Pittsburg, Pa...
George Chrismas (06/06/07)
George Sidney Chris-mas, 94, of Forest City, N.C., died May 28, 2007, at his residence. A native of Oxbow, Province of Saskatchewan, he was the son of the late Walter William and Pearl Orena Whipple Chrismas. He retired for the NASCO?Company in Waukegan, Ill...
Freda Wilma Felts (06/06/07)
Freda Wilma Felts, 96, of Viola,?Ark., daughter of the late David Bradley and Margaret Lou (Casey) Rosier, was born April 20, 1911, in Shady Grove, Ark. She died May 27, 2007, at the Hospice ?House in Mountain Home, Ark. She was united in marriage to James (Jim) Felts on Sept. 23, 1927, and to this union five children were born...
Ramona Joylene Sweet (06/06/07)
Ramona Joylene Sweet, 76, of Williford, Ark., died May 19, 2007, at St. Bernard's Regional Medical Center in Jonesboro, Ark. She was born Oct. 15, 1930, in Fulton, Miss., the daughter of John Preston Hester and Sarah Argo Wallace-Hester. She attended services at the Williford Church of Christ and the Ward Street Church of Christ in Hardy. ...
Thelma Jean Mitchell (06/06/07)
Thelma Jean Mitchell, 69, of Horseshoe Bend, Ark., died May 20, 2007, at the North Arkansas Life Care Center in Horseshoe Bend. She was born July 31, 1937, in Ash Flat, Ark., the daughter of the late Dee and Nellie (Jackson) Dowdy. She previously did factory work and was of the Baptist faith.Survivors include: a daughter, Janet Spargo of Charlotte Hall, Md.; a sister, Dorothy Felton of Ash Flat, Ark.; five grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren; and a host of other relatives and friends.She was preceded in death by: her parents; one son, Steven Mitchell; and one great-granddaughter, Bailey SpargoThe funeral services were made under the direction of the Horseshoe Bend Memorial Chapel of Horseshoe Bend.. ...
Brant David Ray Cochran (06/06/07)
Brennen Cochran and Whitney Ellison of Salem are the parents of a baby boy, Brant David Ray Cochran.?He was born at 11:34 p.m. March 24, 2007, at Baxter Regional Hospital in Mountain Home. He weighed 6 pounds, 4 ounces and was 18-1/2 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Tracy and Scott Lancaster of Viola and Evert and Tensile Ellison of Salem...
Price Alexander Dillard (06/06/07)
Parker Dillard welcomes baby brother Price Alexander Dillard. He is the son of Jody and Sandi Dillard of Highland and the grandson of Terry and Connie Dillard of Oxford and Anna and Othell Qualls of Evening Shade. Great-grandparents are Rachel Dillard of Oxford, Elaine Combs of Ash Flat, Stella Qualls of Evening Shade and Lola Flynn of Ash Flat...
Brant David Ray Cochran (06/06/07)
Brennen Cochran and Whitney Ellison of Salem are the parents of a baby boy, Brant David Ray Cochran.?He was born at 11:34 p.m. March 24, 2007, at Baxter Regional Hospital in Mountain Home. He weighed 6 pounds, 4 ounces and was 18-1/2 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Tracy and Scott Lancaster of Viola and Evert and Tensile Ellison of Salem...
Price Alexander Dillard (06/06/07)
Parker Dillard welcomes baby brother Price Alexander Dillard. He is the son of Jody and Sandi Dillard of Highland and the grandson of Terry and Connie Dillard of Oxford and Anna and Othell Qualls of Evening Shade. Great-grandparents are Rachel Dillard of Oxford, Elaine Combs of Ash Flat, Stella Qualls of Evening Shade and Lola Flynn of Ash Flat...
Cheever -- Norris (06/06/07)
Glenn and Fara Cheever of West Plains, announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Chasity Kendra Cheever, to Zebulun Jacob Norris of Melbourne. Zeb is the son of Judy Duke of Melbourne and the late Jimmy ?Norris. The bride's paternal grandparents are the late Joe and Ora Cheever of Alton. Maternal grandparents are Richard Martin of Hot Springs, S.D., and the late Judy Martin of Salem. Adopted grandparents are Norman and Virginia Martin of Salem...
Cheever -- Norris (06/06/07)
Glenn and Fara Cheever of West Plains, announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Chasity Kendra Cheever, to Zebulun Jacob Norris of Melbourne. Zeb is the son of Judy Duke of Melbourne and the late Jimmy ?Norris. The bride's paternal grandparents are the late Joe and Ora Cheever of Alton. Maternal grandparents are Richard Martin of Hot Springs, S.D., and the late Judy Martin of Salem. Adopted grandparents are Norman and Virginia Martin of Salem...
Boldly Going Nowhere (06/06/07)
The summer of 1947 was an amazingly eventful moment in human history, in more ways than one. In June of 1947, a French scholar named Jean Doresse discovered the importance of 52 books, referred to as the Nag Hammadi Codices, found in December of 1945 in a cave in upper Egypt. ...
Victimless prank? (06/06/07)
It's 4 a.m. and a young mother frantically dials 9-1-1. Her baby has stopped breathing. She's alone with the sick child. Her husband is working the third shift at the factory in the next county. They have one vehicle and he has driven it to work. The 9-1-1 dispatcher tries to calm the young mother as she screams for help...
Boldly Going Nowhere (06/06/07)
The summer of 1947 was an amazingly eventful moment in human history, in more ways than one. In June of 1947, a French scholar named Jean Doresse discovered the importance of 52 books, referred to as the Nag Hammadi Codices, found in December of 1945 in a cave in upper Egypt. ...
Victimless prank? (06/06/07)
It's 4 a.m. and a young mother frantically dials 9-1-1. Her baby has stopped breathing. She's alone with the sick child. Her husband is working the third shift at the factory in the next county. They have one vehicle and he has driven it to work. The 9-1-1 dispatcher tries to calm the young mother as she screams for help...