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Stories from Thursday, October 11, 2007

Businesses donate new shirts (10/11/07)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- The Mammoth Spring Boy's Basketball team will be styling this year thanks to two Mammoth Spring alumni who own businesses in the city. Larry Burns, owner of Palace Drugs, and Mike Case owner of Case Wood Floors, have donated the funds to purchase new polo shirts for the team. Boy's Bear Coach Jeremy Cude said the shirts have been ordered and when they arrive the team logo will be embroidered on the shirts...
Jury trial cancelled; Mitchell appeals federal indictments (10/11/07)
It's still not over. The jury trial for Steven Mitchell, the former Melbourne High School agriculture teacher who is currently facing federal charges, was canceled Oct. 1. Mitchell, 32, of Pineville who is alleged to have taken minors across state lines to engage in sexual activity asked for his indictment to be dismissed, according to U.S. District Court documents...
Going Up (10/11/07)
Photo by Brooke Ninemire Construction workers at the Fulton County Hospital carefully make the transition of the counter weights from crane to trailer Oct. 3. The counter weights were used to balance the crane against the weight of the new, 14-ton air conditioning system that was hoisted onto the hospital roof top...
Alley will be closed, if no opposition (10/11/07)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- The Mammoth Spring City Council met in regular session Oct. 1 at city hall with Mayor Jean Pace and all council members present. The city council discussed a request from local resident Bill Pace to close an alley located between the school and Pace's property...
Fall Festival set at Couch (10/11/07)
MYRTLE -- The Couch School Warrior staff will be holding a Fall Festival Oct. 13 at the school. According to Warrior staff member Amanda Thompson, there will be a best booth contest and the winner of the contest will receive $30, making their booth space free...
All Smiles (10/11/07)
Photo by Steven Looney After hobbling across the football field on one leg, due to a cast on her broken leg, senior queen candidate Christa Adams, was crowned the 2007 Thayer High School Homecoming Queen. After the sash was presented by her escort, senior Michael Lowther, and the crown was placed by senior Ryan Tate, the two escorts gave her a kiss on the cheek and carried the new homecoming queen to her throne. For additional homecoming pictures, see page 7...
Cleaner Arkansas (10/11/07)
The area's roadsides are a little cleaner thanks to Fayetteville resident Teresa Pelliccio. Pelliccio is walking 300 miles picking up litter across northern Arkansas. Her mission is to not only beautify the state but bring attention to the state's pollution problem...
License revoked (10/11/07)
Local physician Dr. David Kauffman will not be practicing medicine for the time being; that was the decision reached last Friday. On Oct. 5 during a hearing with the Arkansas State Medical Board, "board members found (Kauffman) had a substance abuse problem with alcohol," said attorney Bill Trice who represents the medical board...
Woman arrested, charged with prostitution (10/11/07)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Mammoth Spring Police Chief Michael Davis has arrested a 24-year old woman and charged her with three counts of prostitution. Arrested was Mary F. Hardwick Jr. from Arcadea, Fla. Davis said Hardwick has been living in a mobile home park in the city with her mother for about three weeks...
Grant will build community tornado shelter at Alton (10/11/07)
The U.S Department of Homeland Security announced last week the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has approved a grant for the Alton School District. Alton Superintendent Sheila Wheeler said the grant will be for $1.2 million and comes from the program for the construction of a school/community tornado shelter...
Mammoth Spring State Park on Arkansas tour (10/11/07)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- The Mammoth Spring State Park had special visitors Sept. 25. Park Superintendent Dave Jackson said a tour bus filled with state park welcome center managers and travel consultants arrived at the park at 9 a.m. Jackson and Welcome Center Manager Adam Davis gave the visitors a tour of the park...
Grand Gulf State Park's future discussed (10/11/07)
THAYER -- Officials with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR), John Bufkin and Steve Bost, met with the Thayer Chamber of Commerce Oct. 3 at Los Potrillos Restaurant in Thayer to discuss Grand Gulf State Park. All chamber members present told Bufkin and Bost they were happy with the park. Chamber President Lisa Cates mentioned the road to the park could use some shoulders. Chamber member Ron Cornelius said he was more than pleased with the park...
Businesses donate new shirts (10/11/07)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- The Mammoth Spring Boy's Basketball team will be styling this year thanks to two Mammoth Spring alumni who own businesses in the city. Larry Burns, owner of Palace Drugs, and Mike Case owner of Case Wood Floors, have donated the funds to purchase new polo shirts for the team. Boy's Bear Coach Jeremy Cude said the shirts have been ordered and when they arrive the team logo will be embroidered on the shirts...
Woman arrested, charged with prostitution (10/11/07)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Mammoth Spring Police Chief Michael Davis has arrested a 24-year old woman and charged her with three counts of prostitution. Arrested was Mary F. Hardwick Jr. from Arcadea, Fla. Davis said Hardwick has been living in a mobile home park in the city with her mother for about three weeks...
Going Up (10/11/07)
Photo by Brooke Ninemire Construction workers at the Fulton County Hospital carefully make the transition of the counter weights from crane to trailer Oct. 3. The counter weights were used to balance the crane against the weight of the new, 14-ton air conditioning system that was hoisted onto the hospital roof top...
License revoked (10/11/07)
Local physician Dr. David Kauffman will not be practicing medicine for the time being; that was the decision reached last Friday. On Oct. 5 during a hearing with the Arkansas State Medical Board, "board members found (Kauffman) had a substance abuse problem with alcohol," said attorney Bill Trice who represents the medical board...
Cleaner Arkansas (10/11/07)
The area's roadsides are a little cleaner thanks to Fayetteville resident Teresa Pelliccio. Pelliccio is walking 300 miles picking up litter across northern Arkansas. Her mission is to not only beautify the state but bring attention to the state's pollution problem...
Mammoth Spring State Park on Arkansas tour (10/11/07)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- The Mammoth Spring State Park had special visitors Sept. 25. Park Superintendent Dave Jackson said a tour bus filled with state park welcome center managers and travel consultants arrived at the park at 9 a.m. Jackson and Welcome Center Manager Adam Davis gave the visitors a tour of the park...
All Smiles (10/11/07)
Photo by Steven Looney After hobbling across the football field on one leg, due to a cast on her broken leg, senior queen candidate Christa Adams, was crowned the 2007 Thayer High School Homecoming Queen. After the sash was presented by her escort, senior Michael Lowther, and the crown was placed by senior Ryan Tate, the two escorts gave her a kiss on the cheek and carried the new homecoming queen to her throne. For additional homecoming pictures, see page 7...
Fall Festival set at Couch (10/11/07)
MYRTLE -- The Couch School Warrior staff will be holding a Fall Festival Oct. 13 at the school. According to Warrior staff member Amanda Thompson, there will be a best booth contest and the winner of the contest will receive $30, making their booth space free...
Alley will be closed, if no opposition (10/11/07)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- The Mammoth Spring City Council met in regular session Oct. 1 at city hall with Mayor Jean Pace and all council members present. The city council discussed a request from local resident Bill Pace to close an alley located between the school and Pace's property...
Grand Gulf State Park's future discussed (10/11/07)
THAYER -- Officials with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR), John Bufkin and Steve Bost, met with the Thayer Chamber of Commerce Oct. 3 at Los Potrillos Restaurant in Thayer to discuss Grand Gulf State Park. All chamber members present told Bufkin and Bost they were happy with the park. Chamber President Lisa Cates mentioned the road to the park could use some shoulders. Chamber member Ron Cornelius said he was more than pleased with the park...
Jury trial cancelled; Mitchell appeals federal indictments (10/11/07)
It's still not over. The jury trial for Steven Mitchell, the former Melbourne High School agriculture teacher who is currently facing federal charges, was canceled Oct. 1. Mitchell, 32, of Pineville who is alleged to have taken minors across state lines to engage in sexual activity asked for his indictment to be dismissed, according to U.S. District Court documents...
Grant will build community tornado shelter at Alton (10/11/07)
The U.S Department of Homeland Security announced last week the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has approved a grant for the Alton School District. Alton Superintendent Sheila Wheeler said the grant will be for $1.2 million and comes from the program for the construction of a school/community tornado shelter...
Benefit planned for Donna Ivey (10/11/07)
A?raffle will be held for the Donna Ivey benefit Oct. 20. Donna Ivey is the daughter of Meda Conley and sister to Crissie Conley and Kathy Elliott. Donna, a survivor of breast cancer, had a cancerous brain tumor removed on Aug. 28 and has been diagnosed again with breast cancer. She is currently undergoing radiation therapy in Jonesboro five days a week...
ICARE fundraiser to feature music and barbecue (10/11/07)
ICARE will hold a barbecue dinner with entertainment on Oct. 20 at the Izard County Fairgrounds. All proceeds will benefit ICARE and will be used to help homeless animals of Izard County. For $7 you can dine on pork barbecue, cole slaw, beans, chips and a drink. The dinner will be catered by Hawgs and served from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m...
Benefit set for Lou LeJeune (10/11/07)
A?benefit will be held for Lou LeJeune, 63, to help with medical expenses due to a stroke. The benefit will be held Saturday, Oct. 13 at the Moose Lodge on Highway 62/412 near Salem. A free spaghetti supper will be served beginning at 5 p.m. An auction will begin around 7 p.m...
Benefit set for Lou LeJeune (10/11/07)
A?benefit will be held for Lou LeJeune, 63, to help with medical expenses due to a stroke. The benefit will be held Saturday, Oct. 13 at the Moose Lodge on Highway 62/412 near Salem. A free spaghetti supper will be served beginning at 5 p.m. An auction will begin around 7 p.m...
ICARE fundraiser to feature music and barbecue (10/11/07)
ICARE will hold a barbecue dinner with entertainment on Oct. 20 at the Izard County Fairgrounds. All proceeds will benefit ICARE and will be used to help homeless animals of Izard County. For $7 you can dine on pork barbecue, cole slaw, beans, chips and a drink. The dinner will be catered by Hawgs and served from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m...
Benefit planned for Donna Ivey (10/11/07)
A?raffle will be held for the Donna Ivey benefit Oct. 20. Donna Ivey is the daughter of Meda Conley and sister to Crissie Conley and Kathy Elliott. Donna, a survivor of breast cancer, had a cancerous brain tumor removed on Aug. 28 and has been diagnosed again with breast cancer. She is currently undergoing radiation therapy in Jonesboro five days a week...
Caleb who? (10/11/07)
After watching the sky above Louis Bozman Stadium explode to life with a dazzling pre-game fireworks display, a display that was certainly worthy of the assembled homecoming royalty and packed-to-the-gills bleachers Oct. 5, the Thayer Bobcats went out on the gridiron and lit the fuse on a Howitzer cannon, one aimed squarely at the Fair Grove Eagles...
Nipped in the Bud (10/11/07)
Through the first five weeks of the 2007 football season, the Salem Greyhounds had learned more things than could be crammed inside a phone-book sized text book. They had learned that injuries to key players in week one can really hurt a team's chances at success...
Caleb who? (10/11/07)
After watching the sky above Louis Bozman Stadium explode to life with a dazzling pre-game fireworks display, a display that was certainly worthy of the assembled homecoming royalty and packed-to-the-gills bleachers Oct. 5, the Thayer Bobcats went out on the gridiron and lit the fuse on a Howitzer cannon, one aimed squarely at the Fair Grove Eagles...
Nipped in the Bud (10/11/07)
Through the first five weeks of the 2007 football season, the Salem Greyhounds had learned more things than could be crammed inside a phone-book sized text book. They had learned that injuries to key players in week one can really hurt a team's chances at success...
Lois Nadine Hester (10/11/07)
Lois Nadine Hester, 83, of Huntsville, Ark., died Oct. 4, 2007, at the Washington Regional Medical Center in Fayetteville. She was born Aug. 5, 1924, at Kansas City,?Mo., the daughter of Bathes and Maggie Combs Roe. She was a retired beautician, a member of the Huntsville Church of Christ and the Red Hat Society...
Mary Coleen Clark (10/11/07)
Mary Coleen Clark was born June 20, 1926, in Des Moines, Iowa, the daughter of the late Frank Dawson and Garnett Strain Dawson. She died Oct, 2, 2007, in Mountain Home, Ark., at the age of 81. She was united in marriage March 13, 1946, at Salem, Ark., to Huey Franklin Clark who preceded her in death on May 5, 1998...
Edith Alene Sims (10/11/07)
Edith Alene Sims was born Jan. 30, 1935, in Bethel, Okla., the daughter of the late Samuel Scott Christian and Cleo Pearl Sizemore Christian, and died Oct. 1, 2007, in West Plains, at the age of 72. She was united in marriage Nov. 8, 1952, at DeQueen, Ark., to Carl Sims...
Rodney Gene Johnson (10/11/07)
Rodney Gene Johnson, 36, son of Loviena Johnson Strain and the late Frank Johnson was born June 17, 1971, and died at his home in Mount Vernon, Mo., Sept. 21, 2007. He was employed by Drury College in Springfield, Mo., for several years. He also had his own custodial business which he took a lot of pride in. He graduated from Alton High School in 1990...
Helen Frost (10/11/07)
Helen Frost of Foristell, Mo., was born Dec. 13, 1929, in Oregon County, Mo., and died Sept. 30, 2007, at the age of 77. She is survived by: her daughter, Ann Robinson of Foristell, Mo.; two grandchildren, Valerie Yardley of Foristell, Mo., and Keven Herbert of St. Charles, Mo.; three great grandchildren, Andrew, Ariel and Payton Yardley all of Foristell, Mo.; two sisters, Bea Deckard and Jewell Williams; two brothers, Gene Smith and Wayne Smith; and numerous other relatives and friends...
Edgar Milton Williams (10/11/07)
Edgar Milton Williams of Glencoe, Ark., son of the late James Marvin Williams Sr. and Margaret Clay Williams, was born March 2, 1926, in Cleveland, Ohio. He died Oct. 2, 2007, at West Vue Nursing Home in West Plains. He was united in marriage to Neoda Marie Wholford on July 25, 1948, in Yuma, Ariz...
Eunice Mae Besson (10/11/07)
Eunice Mae (Haynes) Besson, of Viola, Ark., daughter of the late Adolphus (Doc)?Haynes and Nova Bettis Haynes, was born Jan. 21, 1918, in Viola, Ark. She died Oct. 2, 2007, at South Fork River Therapy and Living Center in Salem at the age of 89. She was united in marriage to Heaber Harrison Marchant on Aug. 8, 1936, in Oklahoma City, Okla. He preceded her in death in 1988, and she married Louis Besson who also preceded her in death...
Alice May Stone (10/11/07)
Alice May Stone, of Camp, daughter of the late George Wesley Moore and Bertie Effie Gann Moore, was born June 28, 1929, in Rover, Mo. She died Oct. 3, 2007, at Fulton County ?Hospital in Salem at the age of 78. She was united in marriage to Otho Stone in December 1967 in West Plains, Mo. She was employed at Tri-County Shirt Company in Salem for many years. She was a member of the Salem Assembly of God Church...
Iris Castleberry Raney (10/11/07)
Iris Castleberry Raney was born in Spring Hill, Texas, on Oct. 7, 1922, and died on Oct. 4, 2007, in Horseshoe Bend, Ark., after a 9-year fight with Alzheimer's disease. She attended junior college, at Kilgore, Texas, where she was on the original line of the Kilgore Rangerettes, the first precision drill team of its kind in 1940...
Jerry Donahue (10/11/07)
Jerry Robert Donahue was born the son of Vaughn Donahue and Mae Cullen Donahue on June 24, 1944, in Alameda, Calif., and died Sept. 28, 2007, in West Plains, Mo. at the age of 63. He was united in marriage May 2, 1964, in Oakland, Calif., to Wyndy Silva...
Edith Alene Sims (10/11/07)
Edith Alene Sims was born Jan. 30, 1935, in Bethel, Okla., the daughter of the late Samuel Scott Christian and Cleo Pearl Sizemore Christian, and died Oct. 1, 2007, in West Plains, at the age of 72. She was united in marriage Nov. 8, 1952, at DeQueen, Ark., to Carl Sims...
Lois Nadine Hester (10/11/07)
Lois Nadine Hester, 83, of Huntsville, Ark., died Oct. 4, 2007, at the Washington Regional Medical Center in Fayetteville. She was born Aug. 5, 1924, at Kansas City,?Mo., the daughter of Bathes and Maggie Combs Roe. She was a retired beautician, a member of the Huntsville Church of Christ and the Red Hat Society...
Mary Coleen Clark (10/11/07)
Mary Coleen Clark was born June 20, 1926, in Des Moines, Iowa, the daughter of the late Frank Dawson and Garnett Strain Dawson. She died Oct, 2, 2007, in Mountain Home, Ark., at the age of 81. She was united in marriage March 13, 1946, at Salem, Ark., to Huey Franklin Clark who preceded her in death on May 5, 1998...
Iris Castleberry Raney (10/11/07)
Iris Castleberry Raney was born in Spring Hill, Texas, on Oct. 7, 1922, and died on Oct. 4, 2007, in Horseshoe Bend, Ark., after a 9-year fight with Alzheimer's disease. She attended junior college, at Kilgore, Texas, where she was on the original line of the Kilgore Rangerettes, the first precision drill team of its kind in 1940...
Helen Frost (10/11/07)
Helen Frost of Foristell, Mo., was born Dec. 13, 1929, in Oregon County, Mo., and died Sept. 30, 2007, at the age of 77. She is survived by: her daughter, Ann Robinson of Foristell, Mo.; two grandchildren, Valerie Yardley of Foristell, Mo., and Keven Herbert of St. Charles, Mo.; three great grandchildren, Andrew, Ariel and Payton Yardley all of Foristell, Mo.; two sisters, Bea Deckard and Jewell Williams; two brothers, Gene Smith and Wayne Smith; and numerous other relatives and friends...
Rodney Gene Johnson (10/11/07)
Rodney Gene Johnson, 36, son of Loviena Johnson Strain and the late Frank Johnson was born June 17, 1971, and died at his home in Mount Vernon, Mo., Sept. 21, 2007. He was employed by Drury College in Springfield, Mo., for several years. He also had his own custodial business which he took a lot of pride in. He graduated from Alton High School in 1990...
Eunice Mae Besson (10/11/07)
Eunice Mae (Haynes) Besson, of Viola, Ark., daughter of the late Adolphus (Doc)?Haynes and Nova Bettis Haynes, was born Jan. 21, 1918, in Viola, Ark. She died Oct. 2, 2007, at South Fork River Therapy and Living Center in Salem at the age of 89. She was united in marriage to Heaber Harrison Marchant on Aug. 8, 1936, in Oklahoma City, Okla. He preceded her in death in 1988, and she married Louis Besson who also preceded her in death...
Jerry Donahue (10/11/07)
Jerry Robert Donahue was born the son of Vaughn Donahue and Mae Cullen Donahue on June 24, 1944, in Alameda, Calif., and died Sept. 28, 2007, in West Plains, Mo. at the age of 63. He was united in marriage May 2, 1964, in Oakland, Calif., to Wyndy Silva...
Edgar Milton Williams (10/11/07)
Edgar Milton Williams of Glencoe, Ark., son of the late James Marvin Williams Sr. and Margaret Clay Williams, was born March 2, 1926, in Cleveland, Ohio. He died Oct. 2, 2007, at West Vue Nursing Home in West Plains. He was united in marriage to Neoda Marie Wholford on July 25, 1948, in Yuma, Ariz...
Alice May Stone (10/11/07)
Alice May Stone, of Camp, daughter of the late George Wesley Moore and Bertie Effie Gann Moore, was born June 28, 1929, in Rover, Mo. She died Oct. 3, 2007, at Fulton County ?Hospital in Salem at the age of 78. She was united in marriage to Otho Stone in December 1967 in West Plains, Mo. She was employed at Tri-County Shirt Company in Salem for many years. She was a member of the Salem Assembly of God Church...
Iris Castleberry Raney (10/11/07)
Iris Castleberry Raney was born in Spring Hill, Texas, on Oct. 7, 1922, and died on Oct. 4, 2007, in Horseshoe Bend, Ark., after a 9-year fight with Alzheimer's disease. She attended junior college, at Kilgore, Texas, where she was on the original line of the Kilgore Rangerettes, the first precision drill team of its kind in 1940.She served as a pharmacists mate in the United States Navy during World War II. ...
Edgar Milton Williams (10/11/07)
Edgar Milton Williams of Glencoe, Ark., son of the late James Marvin Williams Sr. and Margaret Clay Williams, was born March 2, 1926, in Cleveland, Ohio. He died Oct. 2, 2007, at West Vue Nursing Home in West Plains. He was united in marriage to Neoda Marie Wholford on July 25, 1948, in Yuma, Ariz. ...
Karli Korin Rogers (10/11/07)
Dustin and Keely Rogers of Evening Shade are the parents of a baby girl born Oct. 2, 2007, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. The baby has been named Karli Korin Rogers. She weighed 8 pounds, 8 ounces. Her siblings are Kealeb Layne, 10, and Kody Edward, 3...
Karli Korin Rogers (10/11/07)
Dustin and Keely Rogers of Evening Shade are the parents of a baby girl born Oct. 2, 2007, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. The baby has been named Karli Korin Rogers. She weighed 8 pounds, 8 ounces. Her siblings are Kealeb Layne, 10, and Kody Edward, 3...
Daige ~ Wiles exchange wedding vows (10/11/07)
Jason Wiles and Tracy Daige were married July 30, in Burlington, Vermont. The couple exchanged vows at the Echo Aquarium of the Leahy Center on the shore of Lake Champlain in Burlington where they met in 2005. After the reception, the newlyweds embarked on a three week honeymoon trip that carried them from Nairobi, Kenya, to the Mahe Seychelles Islands, to Madagascar, then to Zanzibar, Tanzania...
Daige ~ Wiles exchange wedding vows (10/11/07)
Jason Wiles and Tracy Daige were married July 30, in Burlington, Vermont. The couple exchanged vows at the Echo Aquarium of the Leahy Center on the shore of Lake Champlain in Burlington where they met in 2005. After the reception, the newlyweds embarked on a three week honeymoon trip that carried them from Nairobi, Kenya, to the Mahe Seychelles Islands, to Madagascar, then to Zanzibar, Tanzania...
Silas -- Dockins (10/11/07)
Dale and Jaime Silas of Melbourne and Tim and Beverly Dockins of Oxford and Rhonda Dockins of Melbourne would like to announce the upcoming marriage of their children, Whitney Symanthia Silas and Joshua Timothy Dockins. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Dale Ivie and Margret Hurdle and the late Joy Rodman-Ivie of Melbourne, and Carol Silas and Carolyn Silas of Batesville. She is a 2007 graduate of Melbourne High School and attends Ozarka College...
Crow -- Barton (10/11/07)
Kristi Lea Crow and Ralph Allen Barton announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage. The bride-elect is the daughter of Kenneth and Erma Crow of Dardanelle, Ark. She is the granddaughter of Sylvia Crow and the late Jess Crow and the late George and Arthie Passmore, all of Dardanelle...
Crow -- Barton (10/11/07)
Kristi Lea Crow and Ralph Allen Barton announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage. The bride-elect is the daughter of Kenneth and Erma Crow of Dardanelle, Ark. She is the granddaughter of Sylvia Crow and the late Jess Crow and the late George and Arthie Passmore, all of Dardanelle...
Silas -- Dockins (10/11/07)
Dale and Jaime Silas of Melbourne and Tim and Beverly Dockins of Oxford and Rhonda Dockins of Melbourne would like to announce the upcoming marriage of their children, Whitney Symanthia Silas and Joshua Timothy Dockins. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Dale Ivie and Margret Hurdle and the late Joy Rodman-Ivie of Melbourne, and Carol Silas and Carolyn Silas of Batesville. She is a 2007 graduate of Melbourne High School and attends Ozarka College...
She Said ... He Said (10/11/07)
I think I've wasted too many mornings watching the same "SportsCenter" over and over. ... I think we can fix this. Go home and take out the video tape you have been watching. Switch to ESPN and watch a new episode. I think the icing is the best part of a birthday cake. ... I think the candles are -- fire man!...
Your View (10/11/07)
Fire at Oregon County Jail The view that I am taking concerning the recent fire at the Oregon County Jail in Alton, Mo., is the same as that of Alton Councilman Bill Young. I am also calling for a thorough investigation while the tracks and the facts are still fresh. Not just a so-called investigation which is normal in Oregon County where the truth is swept under the rug...
She Said ... He Said (10/11/07)
I think I've wasted too many mornings watching the same "SportsCenter" over and over. ... I think we can fix this. Go home and take out the video tape you have been watching. Switch to ESPN and watch a new episode. I think the icing is the best part of a birthday cake. ... I think the candles are -- fire man!...
Your View (10/11/07)
Fire at Oregon County Jail The view that I am taking concerning the recent fire at the Oregon County Jail in Alton, Mo., is the same as that of Alton Councilman Bill Young. I am also calling for a thorough investigation while the tracks and the facts are still fresh. Not just a so-called investigation which is normal in Oregon County where the truth is swept under the rug...