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Stories from Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Marijuana plants (08/22/07)
Fulton County Sheriff Walter Dillinger stands alongside five marijuana plants that were located by Arkansas State Trooper Ronnie Stewart in an undisclosed area in Mammoth Spring Aug. 15.
Water fountain (08/22/07)
Photo by Jan Thompson There has recently been some improvements at the Mammoth Spring Mini Park. Howard Helt built a new drinking fountain at the park and a water fountain. Mayor Jean Pace said most of the rock used in both projects came from Police Chief Mike Davis' property. Pace said when the water fountain project is complete, she hopes to have two fountains in place. Helt is shown putting the finishing touches on the first fountain head...
Wreck (08/22/07)
Photo by Brooke Ninemire First responders work to clear Irvin L. Taylor's decimated Ford F150 from Highway 63 Aug. 14. Taylor, 47, of Waynesville, Mo., was intoxicated when he was traveling south bound and lost control of his vehicle at approximately 5 p.m., according to Arkansas State Trooper Brandon Cook...
Four-wheeler accident (08/22/07)
Photo by Brooke Ninemire A 10-year-old Viola boy is lucky that all he received is a small cut, and hopefully a lesson learned, after the four-wheeler he was driving collided with a Fulton County dump truck Aug. 16. The accident occurred on Big Stone Road near Viola when the truck and the four-wheeler met on a blind curve...
Phillips keeps Sidney residents up-to-date (08/22/07)
After a lifetime of working to serve others, a retired Lula Phillips still won't let up. She continues serving her friends and community by working as The News' Sidney community correspondent. Though she didn't grow up in Sidney and isn't even an original Arkansan, Lula said she is happy to keep everyone posted on the goings-on in Sidney...
Council appoints new fire chief (08/22/07)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- The Mammoth Spring City Council met in regular session Aug. 7 at city hall. Due to the recent resignation of fire chief Frank McComas, Mayor Jean Pace recommended to the council that Kenny Haney be appointed as fire chief. The council accepted the mayor's recommendation. McComas resigned his position due to being out of town often due to his job...
Mammoth Spring school board meets (08/22/07)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- The Mammoth Spring School Board met in regular session Aug. 13. Mammoth Spring Superintendent Ron Taylor told board members the 2005-2006 audit had been completed at the school. Board members expressed their gratitude to bookkeepers Janet Young and Wilma Rogers for the work they have done keeping the books at the school...
Community leader dies (08/22/07)
Fulton County recently lost a long-time, dedicated friend. Mary Louise Ferguson died Aug. 10 at the age of 78. Ferguson taught home economics and science at Oxford and Violet Hill Schools before beginning to work with the Fulton County Extension Homemakers in 1966...
School year begins ... (08/22/07)
Photo by Brooke Ninemire Salem Elementary students in Ms. Worsham's sixth grade class prepare for the upcoming year by signing their names in each of their many new text books Aug. 20.
Deputy resigns (08/22/07)
After months of seeking justice for what they feel was police harassment, the Walter Hagan family is at ease. An investigation spurred by the Hagan family ended when former Izard County Deputy Aaron W. Johnson, 31, resigned from his duties July 30...
Tax transfer approved (08/22/07)
MYRTLE -- The Couch School Board met in special session Aug. 13 in the school library with all board members present for a tax rate hearing. The board set the tax rate in the operating fund at $3.43. After the special session the board reconvened for the regular school board meeting. The board approved the election results from the Aug. 7 election in the school district...
Rabid skunk (08/22/07)
OREGON COUNTY -- Rabies has been confirmed in a skunk found dead near a home in Sharp County earlier this month. Oregon County Health Department Director Shelia Russell said as of last week, no animals, wild or domestic, have been reported as rabid in the county...
Priest becomes new superintendent (08/22/07)
THAYER -- Rod Priest has taken over the duties of Thayer school superintendent. Bill Garrison retired after many years of teaching and working as superintendent at Thayer. Priest started as an educator in Doniphan where he taught third grade for six years. ...
Emergency conference held (08/22/07)
The Van Buren Youth and Community Center was the site of the Region G Public Health Emergency Conference July 27. According to Oregon County Health Department Director Sheila Russell, 150 people from the nine county Region G area attended the conference. "The conference was aimed at learning more about emergency preparedness and exercising our emergency plans that we already have in existence," Russell said...
Council appoints new fire chief (08/22/07)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- The Mammoth Spring City Council met in regular session Aug. 7 at city hall. Due to the recent resignation of fire chief Frank McComas, Mayor Jean Pace recommended to the council that Kenny Haney be appointed as fire chief. The council accepted the mayor's recommendation. McComas resigned his position due to being out of town often due to his job...
Marijuana plants (08/22/07)
Fulton County Sheriff Walter Dillinger stands alongside five marijuana plants that were located by Arkansas State Trooper Ronnie Stewart in an undisclosed area in Mammoth Spring Aug. 15.
Water fountain (08/22/07)
Photo by Jan Thompson There has recently been some improvements at the Mammoth Spring Mini Park. Howard Helt built a new drinking fountain at the park and a water fountain. Mayor Jean Pace said most of the rock used in both projects came from Police Chief Mike Davis' property. Pace said when the water fountain project is complete, she hopes to have two fountains in place. Helt is shown putting the finishing touches on the first fountain head...
Wreck (08/22/07)
Photo by Brooke Ninemire First responders work to clear Irvin L. Taylor's decimated Ford F150 from Highway 63 Aug. 14. Taylor, 47, of Waynesville, Mo., was intoxicated when he was traveling south bound and lost control of his vehicle at approximately 5 p.m., according to Arkansas State Trooper Brandon Cook...
Four-wheeler accident (08/22/07)
Photo by Brooke Ninemire A 10-year-old Viola boy is lucky that all he received is a small cut, and hopefully a lesson learned, after the four-wheeler he was driving collided with a Fulton County dump truck Aug. 16. The accident occurred on Big Stone Road near Viola when the truck and the four-wheeler met on a blind curve...
Mammoth Spring school board meets (08/22/07)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- The Mammoth Spring School Board met in regular session Aug. 13. Mammoth Spring Superintendent Ron Taylor told board members the 2005-2006 audit had been completed at the school. Board members expressed their gratitude to bookkeepers Janet Young and Wilma Rogers for the work they have done keeping the books at the school...
Deputy resigns (08/22/07)
After months of seeking justice for what they feel was police harassment, the Walter Hagan family is at ease. An investigation spurred by the Hagan family ended when former Izard County Deputy Aaron W. Johnson, 31, resigned from his duties July 30...
Priest becomes new superintendent (08/22/07)
THAYER -- Rod Priest has taken over the duties of Thayer school superintendent. Bill Garrison retired after many years of teaching and working as superintendent at Thayer. Priest started as an educator in Doniphan where he taught third grade for six years. ...
Community leader dies (08/22/07)
Fulton County recently lost a long-time, dedicated friend. Mary Louise Ferguson died Aug. 10 at the age of 78. Ferguson taught home economics and science at Oxford and Violet Hill Schools before beginning to work with the Fulton County Extension Homemakers in 1966...
Tax transfer approved (08/22/07)
MYRTLE -- The Couch School Board met in special session Aug. 13 in the school library with all board members present for a tax rate hearing. The board set the tax rate in the operating fund at $3.43. After the special session the board reconvened for the regular school board meeting. The board approved the election results from the Aug. 7 election in the school district...
Rabid skunk (08/22/07)
OREGON COUNTY -- Rabies has been confirmed in a skunk found dead near a home in Sharp County earlier this month. Oregon County Health Department Director Shelia Russell said as of last week, no animals, wild or domestic, have been reported as rabid in the county...
Emergency conference held (08/22/07)
The Van Buren Youth and Community Center was the site of the Region G Public Health Emergency Conference July 27. According to Oregon County Health Department Director Sheila Russell, 150 people from the nine county Region G area attended the conference. "The conference was aimed at learning more about emergency preparedness and exercising our emergency plans that we already have in existence," Russell said...
School year begins ... (08/22/07)
Photo by Brooke Ninemire Salem Elementary students in Ms. Worsham's sixth grade class prepare for the upcoming year by signing their names in each of their many new text books Aug. 20.
Phillips keeps Sidney residents up-to-date (08/22/07)
After a lifetime of working to serve others, a retired Lula Phillips still won't let up. She continues serving her friends and community by working as The News' Sidney community correspondent. Though she didn't grow up in Sidney and isn't even an original Arkansan, Lula said she is happy to keep everyone posted on the goings-on in Sidney...
Art festival scheduled (08/22/07)
The second annual Interactive Art Festival will be held on Saturday, Sept. 1, in Horseshoe Bend from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will be no charges to set up a booth unless electricity is used. Pre-made articles may be sold, however, the artists and craftsmen must demonstrate how they make their product. There will also be a chain saw carving feature at 1 p.m...
Ozarka graduate featured (08/22/07)
Ozarka College has recently expanded its health care offerings because of the need for professionals in the allied health field. The practical nursing program has tripled in size with new programs in Ash Flat and Mountain View; the ARNEC program will be accepting twice as many students for its next class of students; and the new Partners for Care grant will offer students the opportunity to obtain a certificate of completion for personal care aide and certified nurses aide (CNA)...
Sanders celebrates 95th birthday (08/22/07)
Lucille Sanders celebrated her 94th birthday at Captain Catfish in Walnut Ridge, Ark., with family and friends. Those present were Carmen and Delores Armstrong from Memphis, Tenn., Jack and Mary Henderson from Springfield, Mo., Bro. Dennis and Connie Williams from West Plains, Mo., J.D. and Carlene Winfrey from Black Rock, Ark...
Reunions (08/22/07)
The Zion Reunion will be held Friday, Aug. 31-Sept. 1, at the Zion Community Building, with gospel singing. Mike Foster will be playing the piano and Don Johnson will help lead the singing. Mike and Don are direct decedents of the Zion area pioneers...
Cemetery to hold work day (08/22/07)
Pleasant Ridge Cemetery Association will hold its annual cemetery homecoming and work day Saturday, Aug. 25. The cemetery is located 8 miles north of Poughkeepsie at 108 Pleasant Ridge Road. Business meeting will begin at 11 a.m. and a potluck dinner will follow in the church fellowship hall. Everyone is invited...
TV station features Mammoth Spring State Park (08/22/07)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Mammoth Spring State Park hit the big time earlier this month when they were featured on KTHV channel 11 out of Little Rock. KTHV reporter Mike Duncan and his crew spent several days in Mammoth Spring interviewing the park staff. State park facility manager Adam Davis said the feature on the park aired Aug. 1 and 2 and by that weekend several people from the Little Rock area visited the park and mentioned they came because of the television feature...
Art festival scheduled (08/22/07)
The second annual Interactive Art Festival will be held on Saturday, Sept. 1, in Horseshoe Bend from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will be no charges to set up a booth unless electricity is used. Pre-made articles may be sold, however, the artists and craftsmen must demonstrate how they make their product. There will also be a chain saw carving feature at 1 p.m...
Ozarka graduate featured (08/22/07)
Ozarka College has recently expanded its health care offerings because of the need for professionals in the allied health field. The practical nursing program has tripled in size with new programs in Ash Flat and Mountain View; the ARNEC program will be accepting twice as many students for its next class of students; and the new Partners for Care grant will offer students the opportunity to obtain a certificate of completion for personal care aide and certified nurses aide (CNA)...
Sanders celebrates 95th birthday (08/22/07)
Lucille Sanders celebrated her 94th birthday at Captain Catfish in Walnut Ridge, Ark., with family and friends. Those present were Carmen and Delores Armstrong from Memphis, Tenn., Jack and Mary Henderson from Springfield, Mo., Bro. Dennis and Connie Williams from West Plains, Mo., J.D. and Carlene Winfrey from Black Rock, Ark...
TV station features Mammoth Spring State Park (08/22/07)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Mammoth Spring State Park hit the big time earlier this month when they were featured on KTHV channel 11 out of Little Rock. KTHV reporter Mike Duncan and his crew spent several days in Mammoth Spring interviewing the park staff. State park facility manager Adam Davis said the feature on the park aired Aug. 1 and 2 and by that weekend several people from the Little Rock area visited the park and mentioned they came because of the television feature...
Reunions (08/22/07)
The Zion Reunion will be held Friday, Aug. 31-Sept. 1, at the Zion Community Building, with gospel singing. Mike Foster will be playing the piano and Don Johnson will help lead the singing. Mike and Don are direct decedents of the Zion area pioneers...
Cemetery to hold work day (08/22/07)
Pleasant Ridge Cemetery Association will hold its annual cemetery homecoming and work day Saturday, Aug. 25. The cemetery is located 8 miles north of Poughkeepsie at 108 Pleasant Ridge Road. Business meeting will begin at 11 a.m. and a potluck dinner will follow in the church fellowship hall. Everyone is invited...
Mr. Dent provides hot racing (08/22/07)
Brent Martin and his staff from Mr. Dent sponsored one of the hottest nights of racing competition this season at West Plains Motor Speedway on Aug. 11. Along with a hot program the fans were treated to an exhibition of mini-sprint racing when 11-year-old Logan Martin took to the track presenting our nation's colors during the national anthem and he also made several laps during intermissions, and was metered at 81 mph...
Greyhounds slip by Cougars on golf course (08/22/07)
Izard County Consolidated had the medalist, but it was Salem that came away with a two-stroke win over the Cougars Aug. 13 in a boys' golf match at Turkey Mountain in Horseshoe Bend. ICC's Jeremy Burns walked away with low score on the afternoon, carding a one-under 36. Spencer Caraway followed with a 45, while teammate Steven McCormick added a 47 for the Cougars' team total of 128...
Golfers form double-team for Rally for the Cure Tourney (08/22/07)
The Cherokee Village Ladies 18-Hole Golf Association has teamed up with the Ladies of the Course at Eagle Mountain in Batesville to help raise money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation. The Rally for the Cure Tournament is scheduled for Oct. 10 at the South Course in Cherokee Village with a tee time of 9 a.m...
Mr. Dent provides hot racing (08/22/07)
Brent Martin and his staff from Mr. Dent sponsored one of the hottest nights of racing competition this season at West Plains Motor Speedway on Aug. 11. Along with a hot program the fans were treated to an exhibition of mini-sprint racing when 11-year-old Logan Martin took to the track presenting our nation's colors during the national anthem and he also made several laps during intermissions, and was metered at 81 mph...
Golfers form double-team for Rally for the Cure Tourney (08/22/07)
The Cherokee Village Ladies 18-Hole Golf Association has teamed up with the Ladies of the Course at Eagle Mountain in Batesville to help raise money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation. The Rally for the Cure Tournament is scheduled for Oct. 10 at the South Course in Cherokee Village with a tee time of 9 a.m...
Greyhounds slip by Cougars on golf course (08/22/07)
Izard County Consolidated had the medalist, but it was Salem that came away with a two-stroke win over the Cougars Aug. 13 in a boys' golf match at Turkey Mountain in Horseshoe Bend. ICC's Jeremy Burns walked away with low score on the afternoon, carding a one-under 36. Spencer Caraway followed with a 45, while teammate Steven McCormick added a 47 for the Cougars' team total of 128...
Carlos Dean Bowers (08/22/07)
Carlos Dean Bowers was born the son of Charley William Bowers and Margaret Louise Brazeal Bowers on March 21, 1951, in Thayer, Mo., and died Aug. 14, 2007, at his home in Thayer. He was united in marriage Sept. 29, 1972, at Thayer to Judy Lea Mask. Carlos was a conductor for the BNSF?Railroad, working a total of 34 years. His favorite pastime was the hours spent with his only grandchild, a granddaughter, Sydney, who he fondly referred to as, "Papa's buddy."...
Virgil "Joe" Counts (08/22/07)
(Joe) Virgil Wayne Counts, 58, of Cherokee Village, Ark., died Aug. 13, 2007, at his home. Joe was born Dec. 5, 1948, in Alicia, Ark. the son of Grover and Freda Counts. He lived the last 30 years of his life in Hardy where he owned and operated Counts Construction...
Payton Lovell (08/22/07)
Payton Dewayne Lovell, of Harrisburg, Ark., died July 29, 2007, at the St. Bernard's Regional Medical Center in Jonesboro, Ark., at the age of 33. He was born June 30, 1974, in Wynne, Ark., the son of Don Lovell and Linda Peifer Lovell. Payton worked in the facilities management department for ASU for the past 12 years...
Michael (Mike) Levosky (08/22/07)
Michael (Mike) David Levosky, 59, of Springdale, Ark., died Aug. 18, 2007, in Springdale. He was born Dec. 6, 1947, in Erie, Pa., the son of Richard and Ina Mary Penvoss Levosky. He installed fire sprinklers for Arkansas Auto Spinkler Company and enjoyed driving and building race cars and bowling...
Draco Allen McCallister (08/22/07)
Draco Allen McCallister was born March 12, 2001, in West Plains, Mo., the son of Travis and Joleen Miller McCallister. He died Aug. 13, 2007, at the age of 6 years. Draco was a special little boy who was blessed with autism. He touched many lives with his personality and smiles...
William "Bill"?Clay (08/22/07)
William "Bill" Clay, son of the late Zack and Bernice "Stockard" Clay, was born March 16, 1925, in Viola, Ark. He died at his home Aug. 6, 2007, at the age of 82. He married Lessie Jean Shrable on Sept. 4, 1950, and to this union, two daughters were born...
Catherine Coons (08/22/07)
Catherine Madaleine Coons, daughter of the late George Nowak and Adela Nartowiez Nowak, was born July 19, 1925 in Mineola, New York. She died Aug. 11, 2007 in Brockwell, Ark. at the age of 82 years. She was united in marriage to Roy D. Coons in Flora Park, New York on Nov. 5, 1944, and to this union two children were born...
George Donahue (08/22/07)
George Eugene Donahue, of Violet Hill, Ark., son of the late George Donahue and Edith Scott Donahue, was born March 14, 1922, in Des Moines, Iowa. He died Aug. 11, 2007, in Calico Rock, Ark., at the age of 85 years. He served in the United States Army in Germany during World War II...
John Buttocovolo Jr. (08/22/07)
John Buttocovolo Jr. was born the son of the late John Buttocovolo Sr. and Catherine Lombardo Buttocovolo on Dec. 18, 1934, in New Brooklyn, N.J. and died Aug. 14, 2007, in Gatewood, Mo., at the age of 72. He was a veteran of the United States Marines Corp, earning several medals while serving his country during the Korean War...
Terence Joseph Evans (08/22/07)
Terence Joseph Evans, son of Mary Anne Phillips Evans of Evening Shade and the late Neal Edward Evans, was born Nov. 10, 1965, in Chicago, Ill. He died Aug. 15, 2007, at his home near Evening Shade, Ark., at the age of 41. After a short time in the Navy, he was diagnosed with Huntington's Disease and discharged. He remained disabled until his death. He was of the Catholic Faith and a member of St. Francis Chapel near Evening Shade...
Michael (Mike) Levosky (08/22/07)
Michael (Mike) David Levosky, 59, of Springdale, Ark., died Aug. 18, 2007, in Springdale. He was born Dec. 6, 1947, in Erie, Pa., the son of Richard and Ina Mary Penvoss Levosky. He installed fire sprinklers for Arkansas Auto Spinkler Company and enjoyed driving and building race cars and bowling...
William "Bill"?Clay (08/22/07)
William "Bill" Clay, son of the late Zack and Bernice "Stockard" Clay, was born March 16, 1925, in Viola, Ark. He died at his home Aug. 6, 2007, at the age of 82. He married Lessie Jean Shrable on Sept. 4, 1950, and to this union, two daughters were born...
Draco Allen McCallister (08/22/07)
Draco Allen McCallister was born March 12, 2001, in West Plains, Mo., the son of Travis and Joleen Miller McCallister. He died Aug. 13, 2007, at the age of 6 years. Draco was a special little boy who was blessed with autism. He touched many lives with his personality and smiles...
Payton Lovell (08/22/07)
Payton Dewayne Lovell, of Harrisburg, Ark., died July 29, 2007, at the St. Bernard's Regional Medical Center in Jonesboro, Ark., at the age of 33. He was born June 30, 1974, in Wynne, Ark., the son of Don Lovell and Linda Peifer Lovell. Payton worked in the facilities management department for ASU for the past 12 years...
Virgil "Joe" Counts (08/22/07)
(Joe) Virgil Wayne Counts, 58, of Cherokee Village, Ark., died Aug. 13, 2007, at his home. Joe was born Dec. 5, 1948, in Alicia, Ark. the son of Grover and Freda Counts. He lived the last 30 years of his life in Hardy where he owned and operated Counts Construction...
John Buttocovolo Jr. (08/22/07)
John Buttocovolo Jr. was born the son of the late John Buttocovolo Sr. and Catherine Lombardo Buttocovolo on Dec. 18, 1934, in New Brooklyn, N.J. and died Aug. 14, 2007, in Gatewood, Mo., at the age of 72. He was a veteran of the United States Marines Corp, earning several medals while serving his country during the Korean War...
Terence Joseph Evans (08/22/07)
Terence Joseph Evans, son of Mary Anne Phillips Evans of Evening Shade and the late Neal Edward Evans, was born Nov. 10, 1965, in Chicago, Ill. He died Aug. 15, 2007, at his home near Evening Shade, Ark., at the age of 41. After a short time in the Navy, he was diagnosed with Huntington's Disease and discharged. He remained disabled until his death. He was of the Catholic Faith and a member of St. Francis Chapel near Evening Shade...
Catherine Coons (08/22/07)
Catherine Madaleine Coons, daughter of the late George Nowak and Adela Nartowiez Nowak, was born July 19, 1925 in Mineola, New York. She died Aug. 11, 2007 in Brockwell, Ark. at the age of 82 years. She was united in marriage to Roy D. Coons in Flora Park, New York on Nov. 5, 1944, and to this union two children were born...
George Donahue (08/22/07)
George Eugene Donahue, of Violet Hill, Ark., son of the late George Donahue and Edith Scott Donahue, was born March 14, 1922, in Des Moines, Iowa. He died Aug. 11, 2007, in Calico Rock, Ark., at the age of 85 years. He served in the United States Army in Germany during World War II...
Carlos Dean Bowers (08/22/07)
Carlos Dean Bowers was born the son of Charley William Bowers and Margaret Louise Brazeal Bowers on March 21, 1951, in Thayer, Mo., and died Aug. 14, 2007, at his home in Thayer. He was united in marriage Sept. 29, 1972, at Thayer to Judy Lea Mask. Carlos was a conductor for the BNSF?Railroad, working a total of 34 years. His favorite pastime was the hours spent with his only grandchild, a granddaughter, Sydney, who he fondly referred to as, "Papa's buddy."...
William Clay (08/22/07)
William "Bill" Clay, son of the late Zack and Bernice Stockard Clay, was born March 16, 1925, in Viola, Ark. He died at his home Aug. 6, 2007, at the age of 82. He married Lessie Jean Shrable on Sept. 4, 1950, and to this union, two daughters were born. ...
Virgil Wayne Counts (08/22/07)
Virgil Wayne Counts, 58, of Cherokee Village, Ark., died Aug. 13, 2007, at his home. Joe was born Dec. 5, 1948, in Alicia, Ark. the son of Grover and Freda Counts. He lived the last 30 years of his life in Hardy where he owned and operated Counts Construction.He is survived by: his wife, Carol Johnson Counts of the home; two sons, "JJ" Joseph Johnson Counts of Bono, and Eric Counts of Cherokee Village; one daughter, Judy Jordan of Cherokee Village; three sisters, Hilda Worthington of Trumann, Brenda Nicholson of Swifton, and Mickey Alberson of Tuckerman; two brothers, Larry Counts of Cherokee Village, and Jimmy Counts of Hardy; four grandchildren, Coty James, Brady Ford, and Jordyn and Eason Counts; and a host of other relatives and friends.Funeral services were held Aug. ...
Terence Joseph Evans (08/22/07)
Terence Joseph Evans, son of Mary Anne Phillips Evans of Evening Shade and the late Neal Edward Evans, was born Nov.10, 1965, in Chicago, Ill. He died Aug. 15, 2007, at his home near Evening Shade at the age of 41 years. After a short time in the Navy, he was diagnosed with Huntington's Disease and discharged. ...
Payton Dewayne Lovell (08/22/07)
Payton Dewayne Lovell, of Harrisburg, Ark., died July 29, 2007, at St. Bernard's Regional Medical Center in Jonesboro, Ark., at the age of 33. He was born June 30, 1974, in Wynne, Ark., the son of Don Lovell and Linda Peifer Lovell. Payton worked in the facilities management department for ASU for the past 12 years. ...
Michael (Mike) David Levosky (08/22/07)
Michael (Mike) David Levosky, 59, of Springdale, Ark., died Aug. 18, 2007, in Springdale. He was born Dec. 6, 1947, in Erie, Pa., the son of Richard and Ina Mary Penvoss Levosky. He installed fire sprinkles for Arkansas Auto Spinkler Company and enjoyed driving and building race cars and bowling.He is survived by: his wife, Dorothy Levosky, of the home; two sons, Donald James Levosky and Kimmy, of Springdale, Ark.; and Randy Wood and Allie of Fayetteville, Ark.; one daughter, Kimberly Young and Randy of Springdale; one sister, Mary Smith of El Paso, Texas; and three grandchildren, Savannah Wood, Dylon Young and Happie Ward.Cremation will be under the direction of Memorial Funeral Home. ...
Catherine Madaleine Coons (08/22/07)
Catherine Madaleine Coons, daughter of the late George Nowak and Adela Nartowiez Nowak, was born July 19, 1925, in Mineola, New York. She died Aug. 11, 2007, in Brockwell, Ark. at the age of 82 years. She was united in marriage to Roy D. Coons in Flora Park, New York, on Nov. ...
Russell -- Gibson (08/22/07)
T.J. Russell and Bradley Gibson announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage. The wedding will take place Sept. 2, at the Mammoth Spring State Park. T.J. is the daughter of Leroy and Susan Russell of Koshkonong, and the late Donna Russell. She is the granddaughter of Thelma Russell and the late William Wayne Russell of Koshkonong and Marlene Collins and the late Lee Collins of Koshkonong...
Russell -- Gibson (08/22/07)
T.J. Russell and Bradley Gibson announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage. The wedding will take place Sept. 2, at the Mammoth Spring State Park. T.J. is the daughter of Leroy and Susan Russell of Koshkonong, and the late Donna Russell. She is the granddaughter of Thelma Russell and the late William Wayne Russell of Koshkonong and Marlene Collins and the late Lee Collins of Koshkonong...
Joel Harris MY VIEW (08/22/07)
I am sick of work We've all been there. It's Monday morning, 7 a.m. Time to get up and get ready for work. But, instead of jumping up to face a new day, you lay there staring intently at the alarm clock willing it to go backwards in time. You roll over exhaustingly, staring at the popcorn ceiling and it hits you -- "I don't want to go to work today!"...
Brooke Ninemire MY VIEW (08/22/07)
So, one of my very best friends moved away. She left me Aug. 5 around 8:30 that morning as I bawled and squalled like a moron. With tears gushing, sobs shaking my body and rhythmic sniffs, I waved goodbye to my JenJen as she headed to North Carolina driving a 24-foot Budget moving truck...
She Said ... He Said (08/22/07)
She Said ... He Said I think Christmas carols should be sang and played on the radio year-round. ... I think they wouldn't be Christmas carols then. They would just be carols and that would be weird. I think Michelangelo was the coolest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle. ... I think I totally agree! It was awesome how he would do those flips and surf and ... He's a cartoon turtle!...
Bret Burquest MY VIEW (08/22/07)
The Summer of Love In January of 1967, a "Be-In" took place in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. A counterculture of long-haired rebellious youth, called hippies, was emerging in the Haight-Ashbury district and the news media loved it. During spring break, college students began pouring into the San Francisco Bay Area. Soon, an estimated 100,000 young people from around the world had flocked to the scene to frolic in a spontaneous free-for-all...
She Said ... He Said (08/22/07)
She Said ... He Said I think Christmas carols should be sang and played on the radio year-round. ... I think they wouldn't be Christmas carols then. They would just be carols and that would be weird. I think Michelangelo was the coolest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle. ... I think I totally agree! It was awesome how he would do those flips and surf and ... He's a cartoon turtle!...
Joel Harris MY VIEW (08/22/07)
I am sick of work We've all been there. It's Monday morning, 7 a.m. Time to get up and get ready for work. But, instead of jumping up to face a new day, you lay there staring intently at the alarm clock willing it to go backwards in time. You roll over exhaustingly, staring at the popcorn ceiling and it hits you -- "I don't want to go to work today!"...
Bret Burquest MY VIEW (08/22/07)
The Summer of Love In January of 1967, a "Be-In" took place in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. A counterculture of long-haired rebellious youth, called hippies, was emerging in the Haight-Ashbury district and the news media loved it. During spring break, college students began pouring into the San Francisco Bay Area. Soon, an estimated 100,000 young people from around the world had flocked to the scene to frolic in a spontaneous free-for-all...
Brooke Ninemire MY VIEW (08/22/07)
So, one of my very best friends moved away. She left me Aug. 5 around 8:30 that morning as I bawled and squalled like a moron. With tears gushing, sobs shaking my body and rhythmic sniffs, I waved goodbye to my JenJen as she headed to North Carolina driving a 24-foot Budget moving truck...