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Stories from Thursday, May 8, 2008

Mammoth Spring man sentenced to 19 years (05/08/08)
Chris Murphy Staff Writer A 22-year-old Mammoth Spring man will be spending at least the next 19 years in the Arkansas Department of Corrections. Justin Davis, 22, was convicted of three counts of aggravated assault, first degree battery, forgery, felon in possession of a firearm and probation revocation from two other first degree battery charges from 2006...
School receives grant for EAST lab (05/08/08)
Jan Thompson Staff Writer MAMMOTH SPRING -- Mammoth Spring High School Principal Brian Davis has announced the district has received a grant for an E.A.S.T. Lab at the school. Davis said the grant is for $100,000 from the state with the school kicking in $25,000 for the new lab...
Shady Oaks Healthcare named finalist for award (05/08/08)
Jan Thompson Staff Writer THAYER -- Shady Oaks Healthcare Center in Thayer was recently named as a finalist in the Primaris Nursing Home Quality Award competition. According to Primaris CEO Richard Royer, there are many outstanding nursing homes in Missouri. "Shady Oaks stood out among the contenders for both the high quality of care they deliver and their continued dedication to high standards," he said...
Deputies busy with meth arrests (05/08/08)
Jan Thompson Staff Writer Two people have been arrested and charged with felony possession of chemicals with the intent to manufacture methamphetamine in Thayer. According to a probable cause statement from the Oregon County Prosecutors office at Alton, Tiffany Jewell, 22, of Thayer and Charles Pawloski, 33, of Springfield, were arrested and charged April 25...
Campgrounds closed due to flooding (05/08/08)
Jody Shackelford Staff Writer The recent above average rainfall in the area has caused high lake levels that are causing campgrounds and recreation areas along the banks to be restricted, limited and closed, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mountain Home Project Office. Officials have also closed several parks and boat ramps at Bull Shoals and Norfork lakes...
Extension to honor Hambelton (05/08/08)
Jan Thompson Staff Writer OREGON COUNTY -- University Extension Month is May 12. It will be celebrated in Oregon County May 12 with a cookout on the lawn and an open house from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Extension office at Alton. Local Extension officials said this year a special emphasis will thank Stacy Hambelton for his service and dedication to Oregon County. ...
Quorum Court approves loan (05/08/08)
Jody Shackelford Staff Writer The Fulton County Quorum Court approved a new $350,000 line of credit at the April 28 meeting to help with the county road situation. White River Planning and Development has granted the $350,000 and according to Fulton County Clerk Vickie Bishop $100,000 will be going into the March 18 flood account with $75,000 going into salaries. ...
Mold takes over FC jail (05/08/08)
Jody Shackelford Staff Writer The entire population of Fulton County Jail inmates has been relocated after mold was discovered within the Fulton County Sheriff's Department in a March 31 report from the Arkansas Department of Labor. According to authorities, the mold is capable of producing extremely toxic mycotoxins that can cause symptoms such as skin lesions and pulmonary emphysema...
Hospital Board to implement ambulance fee (05/08/08)
Jody Shackelford Staff Writer The Fulton County Hospital Board met April 28 and plans are in the works for the hospital to receive some new hardware to go along with its face lift. The hospital is looking to install a new voice and data system that Philip Hughes, Fulton County Hospital's chief information officer, said will take the hospital into the future. "It is not just a phone system," Hughes said...
Park to celebrate National Tourism Day (05/08/08)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- On May 12 National Tourism Day will be celebrated at Mammoth Spring State Park. The event will be sponsored by the park, the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism and the Ozark Gateway Region. Mammoth Spring State Park Information Center Director Adam Davis said the day is set aside to thank those who visit Arkansas...
A big price to pay beyond the pump (05/08/08)
Gas prices are on the rise and the effects are being seen throughout the county. Transportation plays a major role in all aspects of life including those that help Fulton County function efficiently. With gas prices rising regularly and the future of the increases unknown, many people are wondering what will have to change for Fulton County to stay financially stable...
Train derails in Mammoth Spring (05/08/08)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Officials with the Burlington Northern/Santa Fe Railroad were still scratching their heads Tuesday morning after 14 cars of a train heading south derailed just south of Mammoth Spring under the Highway 63 overpass. According to train officials at the Thayer Depot, the train consisted of 118 cars. ...
School receives grant for EAST lab (05/08/08)
Jan Thompson Staff Writer MAMMOTH SPRING -- Mammoth Spring High School Principal Brian Davis has announced the district has received a grant for an E.A.S.T. Lab at the school. Davis said the grant is for $100,000 from the state with the school kicking in $25,000 for the new lab...
Deputies busy with meth arrests (05/08/08)
Jan Thompson Staff Writer Two people have been arrested and charged with felony possession of chemicals with the intent to manufacture methamphetamine in Thayer. According to a probable cause statement from the Oregon County Prosecutors office at Alton, Tiffany Jewell, 22, of Thayer and Charles Pawloski, 33, of Springfield, were arrested and charged April 25...
Mammoth Spring man sentenced to 19 years (05/08/08)
Chris Murphy Staff Writer A 22-year-old Mammoth Spring man will be spending at least the next 19 years in the Arkansas Department of Corrections. Justin Davis, 22, was convicted of three counts of aggravated assault, first degree battery, forgery, felon in possession of a firearm and probation revocation from two other first degree battery charges from 2006...
Shady Oaks Healthcare named finalist for award (05/08/08)
Jan Thompson Staff Writer THAYER -- Shady Oaks Healthcare Center in Thayer was recently named as a finalist in the Primaris Nursing Home Quality Award competition. According to Primaris CEO Richard Royer, there are many outstanding nursing homes in Missouri. "Shady Oaks stood out among the contenders for both the high quality of care they deliver and their continued dedication to high standards," he said...
Campgrounds closed due to flooding (05/08/08)
Jody Shackelford Staff Writer The recent above average rainfall in the area has caused high lake levels that are causing campgrounds and recreation areas along the banks to be restricted, limited and closed, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mountain Home Project Office. Officials have also closed several parks and boat ramps at Bull Shoals and Norfork lakes...
A big price to pay beyond the pump (05/08/08)
Gas prices are on the rise and the effects are being seen throughout the county. Transportation plays a major role in all aspects of life including those that help Fulton County function efficiently. With gas prices rising regularly and the future of the increases unknown, many people are wondering what will have to change for Fulton County to stay financially stable...
Mold takes over FC jail (05/08/08)
Jody Shackelford Staff Writer The entire population of Fulton County Jail inmates has been relocated after mold was discovered within the Fulton County Sheriff's Department in a March 31 report from the Arkansas Department of Labor. According to authorities, the mold is capable of producing extremely toxic mycotoxins that can cause symptoms such as skin lesions and pulmonary emphysema...
Hospital Board to implement ambulance fee (05/08/08)
Jody Shackelford Staff Writer The Fulton County Hospital Board met April 28 and plans are in the works for the hospital to receive some new hardware to go along with its face lift. The hospital is looking to install a new voice and data system that Philip Hughes, Fulton County Hospital's chief information officer, said will take the hospital into the future. "It is not just a phone system," Hughes said...
Quorum Court approves loan (05/08/08)
Jody Shackelford Staff Writer The Fulton County Quorum Court approved a new $350,000 line of credit at the April 28 meeting to help with the county road situation. White River Planning and Development has granted the $350,000 and according to Fulton County Clerk Vickie Bishop $100,000 will be going into the March 18 flood account with $75,000 going into salaries. ...
Extension to honor Hambelton (05/08/08)
Jan Thompson Staff Writer OREGON COUNTY -- University Extension Month is May 12. It will be celebrated in Oregon County May 12 with a cookout on the lawn and an open house from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Extension office at Alton. Local Extension officials said this year a special emphasis will thank Stacy Hambelton for his service and dedication to Oregon County. ...
Park to celebrate National Tourism Day (05/08/08)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- On May 12 National Tourism Day will be celebrated at Mammoth Spring State Park. The event will be sponsored by the park, the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism and the Ozark Gateway Region. Mammoth Spring State Park Information Center Director Adam Davis said the day is set aside to thank those who visit Arkansas...
Train derails in Mammoth Spring (05/08/08)
MAMMOTH SPRING -- Officials with the Burlington Northern/Santa Fe Railroad were still scratching their heads Tuesday morning after 14 cars of a train heading south derailed just south of Mammoth Spring under the Highway 63 overpass. According to train officials at the Thayer Depot, the train consisted of 118 cars. ...
Calico Rock outlasts Mammoth Spring (05/08/08)
In a game that nearly lasted three hours, the Calico Rock Pirates knocked Mammoth Spring out of the Class 1A Region 2 Tournament at Brockwell by a count of 22-13 May 3. Not exactly the crispest game on record, the two squads combined for 14 errors on the afternoon, six from the Pirates, eight from the Bears...
MDC expands four-point rule (05/08/08)
Changes in deer-hunting regulations approved by the Missouri Conservation Commission at its April meeting include one that enjoys popular support from hunters and one that is likely to be a hit with hunters 15 and younger. The Missouri Conservation Commission has more than doubled the number of counties included in the so-called "four-point rule." This regulation was tested in 29 counties from 2004 through 2007. ...
Morris, Cooper no-hit Norfork out of tourney (05/08/08)
Olivia Morris and Maggie Cooper teamed up to throw a no-hitter, while eight Lady Bearkatz hitters hit safely, leading Melbourne to an 11-0 rout of Norfork in the quarterfinals of the 1A Region 2 Softball Tournament May 3 in Brockwell. The Morris/Cooper double-team was so stout, they came within one walk of throwing a perfect game, facing just one hitter over the minimum in the five-inning contest...
Salem falls in regional (05/08/08)
The Salem Greyhounds held a 7-6 lead after five-and-a-half innings of play, but Cave City rallied to knock off the Hounds 11-10 in the 3A-1 East District Tournament semifinals April 28 at Salem. Salem outhit the Cavemen 14-13 and only made one error compared to Cave City's seven miscues, but Cave City crossed the plate three times in the sixth to grab the lead and hang on for victory...
Lady Cougars slide past Shirley (05/08/08)
The Izard County Lady Cougars punched their ticket to the Class 1A State Softball Tournament with a tight 1-0 win over Shirley in the 1A Region 2 Tournament May 3 at the Cougar Sports Complex in Brockwell. Izard County ace Sarah Taylor was doubly busy in the victory, as she not only picked up the win by allowing just one hit while striking out eight and walking none, she also scored the only run of the afternoon...
Horns topple Melbourne in regionals (05/08/08)
The Viola Longhorns are headed to the Class 1A State Baseball Tournament in Brockwell after topping the Melbourne Bearkatz 18-6 in the regional quarterfinals may 3. Austin Springfield earned the win for the Horns, giving up eight hits and one walk while fanning seven in four innings of work...
Calico Rock outlasts Mammoth Spring (05/08/08)
In a game that nearly lasted three hours, the Calico Rock Pirates knocked Mammoth Spring out of the Class 1A Region 2 Tournament at Brockwell by a count of 22-13 May 3. Not exactly the crispest game on record, the two squads combined for 14 errors on the afternoon, six from the Pirates, eight from the Bears...
MDC expands four-point rule (05/08/08)
Changes in deer-hunting regulations approved by the Missouri Conservation Commission at its April meeting include one that enjoys popular support from hunters and one that is likely to be a hit with hunters 15 and younger. The Missouri Conservation Commission has more than doubled the number of counties included in the so-called "four-point rule." This regulation was tested in 29 counties from 2004 through 2007. ...
Morris, Cooper no-hit Norfork out of tourney (05/08/08)
Olivia Morris and Maggie Cooper teamed up to throw a no-hitter, while eight Lady Bearkatz hitters hit safely, leading Melbourne to an 11-0 rout of Norfork in the quarterfinals of the 1A Region 2 Softball Tournament May 3 in Brockwell. The Morris/Cooper double-team was so stout, they came within one walk of throwing a perfect game, facing just one hitter over the minimum in the five-inning contest...
Salem falls in regional (05/08/08)
The Salem Greyhounds held a 7-6 lead after five-and-a-half innings of play, but Cave City rallied to knock off the Hounds 11-10 in the 3A-1 East District Tournament semifinals April 28 at Salem. Salem outhit the Cavemen 14-13 and only made one error compared to Cave City's seven miscues, but Cave City crossed the plate three times in the sixth to grab the lead and hang on for victory...
Lady Cougars slide past Shirley (05/08/08)
The Izard County Lady Cougars punched their ticket to the Class 1A State Softball Tournament with a tight 1-0 win over Shirley in the 1A Region 2 Tournament May 3 at the Cougar Sports Complex in Brockwell. Izard County ace Sarah Taylor was doubly busy in the victory, as she not only picked up the win by allowing just one hit while striking out eight and walking none, she also scored the only run of the afternoon...
Horns topple Melbourne in regionals (05/08/08)
The Viola Longhorns are headed to the Class 1A State Baseball Tournament in Brockwell after topping the Melbourne Bearkatz 18-6 in the regional quarterfinals may 3. Austin Springfield earned the win for the Horns, giving up eight hits and one walk while fanning seven in four innings of work...
Leo Trivitt (05/08/08)
Leo Trivitt, 89, of Ash Flat, Ark., died May 3, 2008, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem. He was born Oct. 1, 1918, at Moun- tain Home, the son of Robert and Cora Lawhorn Trivitt. He was united in marriage to Eloise Campbell on June 13, 1938, at Hardy...
Frances Pauline Bone (05/08/08)
Frances Pauline Bone, 83, of Batesville, Ark., died May 1, 2008, at her home. She was born June 11, 1924, at Sage, Ark., to Winfield Scott and Cora Pearlie (Crisco) Vickery. She was the retired owner of Pauline's Bible Bookstore in Batesville, a Christian and held devotionals regularly at Wood-Lawn Nursing Home and Intermed Nursing Home in Batesville. ...
Joel James "J.J." Perkey (05/08/08)
Joel James "J.J." Perkey, 81, of Batesville, Ark., died May 2, 2008, at the White River Medical Center in Batesville. He was born Dec. 5, 1926, at Cave City, Ark., the son of Charlie and Gertie Lassiter Perkey. He was retired from ConAgra Foods of Batesville, a U.S. Army veteran of World War II and of the Baptist faith...
Olivia Rose Thompson (05/08/08)
Funeral services for Olivia Rose Thompson of Little Rock, Ark., formerly of Hardy, Ark., who died Friday evening, May 2, 2008, in Little Rock are incomplete at this time but will be announced later by Higginbotham Funeral Service of Hardy, Ark...
Wayne Ricketts (05/08/08)
Wayne Franklin Ricketts was born the son of Waymon Ricketts and Lola Elliott Ricketts on May 24, 1926, at Couch, Mo., and died April 30, 2008, in Kansas City, Mo., at the age of 81. He was united in marriage on June 26, 1948, in Thayer, Mo., to Helen Jo Cornelius...
Joseph Broughton (05/08/08)
Joseph Edgar Broughton, 81, of Glencoe, Ark., son of the late James Edgar and Ozella (Currington) Broughton was born Sept. 11, 1926, in McClelland, Ark. He died May 1, 2008, at his home near Glencoe. He was united in marriage to Margaret Joy Lacey on Oct. 5, 1946, at Hazen, Ark. Joe worked as a serviceman for a propane gas company...
Rocky Allen Trett (05/08/08)
Rocky Allen Trett, 46, of Viola, Ark., was born Oct. 9, 1961 in Wichita, Kan. He died of melanoma at his home in Viola, May 5, 2008. He was under the care of Legacy Hospice of Salem, Ark. Rocky graduated from Viola High School in Viola in 1980. He and Mona met their senior year and married Oct. 31, 1980. To this union, four children were born, Michael, Dustin, Logan and Megan...
Jerry Donald Warren (05/08/08)
Jerry Donald Warren was born the son of Arthur T. Warren and Lola O. Watson Warren on Oct. 21, 1936, in Bartlesville, Okla., and died May 2, 2008, in Harrison, Ark., at the age of 71. He was a salesman, working in textile sales for over 25 years and later worked as an independent insurance salesman. He was of the Southern Baptist faith...
Glen Robert Gibson (05/08/08)
Glen Robert Gibson, 86, of West Plains, Mo., died April 27, 2008, at West Vue Nursing Center in West Plains. He was born on Oct. 19, 1921, in Shubert, Neb., the son of the late Frederick J. Gibson and Nettie B. Moore Gibson. He served in the United States Navy during World War II as a mechanic and pilot aboard the USS Saipan and was a member of the vessel's original crew at its commission on July 14, 1946...
Murl Dean Gilbert (05/08/08)
Murl Dean Gilbert, 67, of Pleasant Plains, Ark., died April 29, 2008, at a Searcy hospital. He was born on Feb. 3, 1941, at Pleasant Plains to Erie W. and Flora (Moore) Gilbert. He enjoyed trading cars. Survivors include: three brothers, Edgar W. Gilbert of Austin, Roy Gilbert of Newark and Jimmy Gilbert of Pleasant Plains; two sisters, Ruby Robison of Thida and Juanita Odell of Jonesboro; several nieces; nephews; and a host of other relatives and friends...
Glen E. Combs (05/08/08)
Glen E. Combs, 79, retired captain of the Tulsa Fire Department, died on April 7, 2008, at his home in Tulsa, Okla. He was born on Dec. 11, 1928, at Myrtle, Mo., the son of the late Floyd Earl Combs and Amanda Armita Williams Combs. He was married July 18, 1948, to Elaine Kindred of Tulsa...
Lottie Mae Willison (05/08/08)
Lottie Mae Willison was born on June 23, 1913, in French Town, Ark., the daughter of the late Joseph Crayton Todd and Rosina Belle Whiteside Todd. She died April 27, 2008, in West Plains Mo., at the age of 94. She was united in marriage on March 17, 1935, in Fulton County, Ark, to Ward R. Willison, who preceded her in death on March 4, 2004...
Leo Trivitt (05/08/08)
Leo Trivitt, 89, of Ash Flat, Ark., died May 3, 2008, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem. He was born Oct. 1, 1918, at Moun- tain Home, the son of Robert and Cora Lawhorn Trivitt. He was united in marriage to Eloise Campbell on June 13, 1938, at Hardy...
Frances Pauline Bone (05/08/08)
Frances Pauline Bone, 83, of Batesville, Ark., died May 1, 2008, at her home. She was born June 11, 1924, at Sage, Ark., to Winfield Scott and Cora Pearlie (Crisco) Vickery. She was the retired owner of Pauline's Bible Bookstore in Batesville, a Christian and held devotionals regularly at Wood-Lawn Nursing Home and Intermed Nursing Home in Batesville. ...
Joel James "J.J." Perkey (05/08/08)
Joel James "J.J." Perkey, 81, of Batesville, Ark., died May 2, 2008, at the White River Medical Center in Batesville. He was born Dec. 5, 1926, at Cave City, Ark., the son of Charlie and Gertie Lassiter Perkey. He was retired from ConAgra Foods of Batesville, a U.S. Army veteran of World War II and of the Baptist faith...
Lottie Mae Willison (05/08/08)
Lottie Mae Willison was born on June 23, 1913, in French Town, Ark., the daughter of the late Joseph Crayton Todd and Rosina Belle Whiteside Todd. She died April 27, 2008, in West Plains Mo., at the age of 94. She was united in marriage on March 17, 1935, in Fulton County, Ark, to Ward R. Willison, who preceded her in death on March 4, 2004...
Glen E. Combs (05/08/08)
Glen E. Combs, 79, retired captain of the Tulsa Fire Department, died on April 7, 2008, at his home in Tulsa, Okla. He was born on Dec. 11, 1928, at Myrtle, Mo., the son of the late Floyd Earl Combs and Amanda Armita Williams Combs. He was married July 18, 1948, to Elaine Kindred of Tulsa...
Murl Dean Gilbert (05/08/08)
Murl Dean Gilbert, 67, of Pleasant Plains, Ark., died April 29, 2008, at a Searcy hospital. He was born on Feb. 3, 1941, at Pleasant Plains to Erie W. and Flora (Moore) Gilbert. He enjoyed trading cars. Survivors include: three brothers, Edgar W. Gilbert of Austin, Roy Gilbert of Newark and Jimmy Gilbert of Pleasant Plains; two sisters, Ruby Robison of Thida and Juanita Odell of Jonesboro; several nieces; nephews; and a host of other relatives and friends...
Glen Robert Gibson (05/08/08)
Glen Robert Gibson, 86, of West Plains, Mo., died April 27, 2008, at West Vue Nursing Center in West Plains. He was born on Oct. 19, 1921, in Shubert, Neb., the son of the late Frederick J. Gibson and Nettie B. Moore Gibson. He served in the United States Navy during World War II as a mechanic and pilot aboard the USS Saipan and was a member of the vessel's original crew at its commission on July 14, 1946...
Rocky Allen Trett (05/08/08)
Rocky Allen Trett, 46, of Viola, Ark., was born Oct. 9, 1961 in Wichita, Kan. He died of melanoma at his home in Viola, May 5, 2008. He was under the care of Legacy Hospice of Salem, Ark. Rocky graduated from Viola High School in Viola in 1980. He and Mona met their senior year and married Oct. 31, 1980. To this union, four children were born, Michael, Dustin, Logan and Megan...
Jerry Donald Warren (05/08/08)
Jerry Donald Warren was born the son of Arthur T. Warren and Lola O. Watson Warren on Oct. 21, 1936, in Bartlesville, Okla., and died May 2, 2008, in Harrison, Ark., at the age of 71. He was a salesman, working in textile sales for over 25 years and later worked as an independent insurance salesman. He was of the Southern Baptist faith...
Joseph Broughton (05/08/08)
Joseph Edgar Broughton, 81, of Glencoe, Ark., son of the late James Edgar and Ozella (Currington) Broughton was born Sept. 11, 1926, in McClelland, Ark. He died May 1, 2008, at his home near Glencoe. He was united in marriage to Margaret Joy Lacey on Oct. 5, 1946, at Hazen, Ark. Joe worked as a serviceman for a propane gas company...
Wayne Ricketts (05/08/08)
Wayne Franklin Ricketts was born the son of Waymon Ricketts and Lola Elliott Ricketts on May 24, 1926, at Couch, Mo., and died April 30, 2008, in Kansas City, Mo., at the age of 81. He was united in marriage on June 26, 1948, in Thayer, Mo., to Helen Jo Cornelius...
Olivia Rose Thompson (05/08/08)
Funeral services for Olivia Rose Thompson of Little Rock, Ark., formerly of Hardy, Ark., who died Friday evening, May 2, 2008, in Little Rock are incomplete at this time but will be announced later by Higginbotham Funeral Service of Hardy, Ark...
Murl Dean Gilbert (05/08/08)
Murl Dean Gilbert, 67, of Pleasant Plains, Ark., died April 29, 2008, at a Searcy hospital. He was born on Feb. 3, 1941, at Pleasant Plains to Erie W. and Flora (Moore) Gilbert. He enjoyed trading cars. Survivors include: three brothers, Edgar W. Gilbert of Austin, Roy Gilbert of Newark and Jimmy Gilbert of Pleasant Plains; two sisters, Ruby Robison of Thida and Juanita Odell of Jonesboro; several nieces; nephews; and a host of other relatives and friends. ...
Leo Trivitt (05/08/08)
Leo Trivitt, 89, of Ash Flat, Ark., died May 3, 2008, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem. He was born Oct. 1, 1918, at Mountain Home, the son of Robert and Cora Lawhorn Trivitt. He was united in marriage to Eoise Campbell on June 13, 1938, at Hardy. ...
Joel James "J.J." Perkey (05/08/08)
Joel James "J.J." Perkey, 81, of Batesville, Ark., died May 2, 2008, at the White River Medical Center in Batesville. He was born Dec. 5, 1926, at Cave City, Ark., the son of Charlie and Gertie Lassiter Perkey. He was retired from ConAgra Foods of Batesville, a U.S. ...
Grace Martin Linebarger (05/08/08)
Grace Martin Linebarger, 100, of Batesville, Ark., died April 25, 2008, at Poplar, Bluff, Mo. She was born March 14, 1908, at Batesville, Ark., the daughter of Alan and Mame Amelia (Hays) Martin. She was a retired school teacher, homemaker and a member of the First Presbyterian Church at Batesville. ...
Frances Pauline Bone (05/08/08)
Frances Pauline Bone, 83, of Batesville, Ark., died May 1, 2008, at her home. She was born June 11, 1924, at Sage, Ark., to Winfield Scott and Cora Pearlie (Crisco) Vickery. She was the retired owner of Pauline's Bible Bookstore in Batesville, a Christian and held devotionals regularly at Wood-Lawn Nursing Home and Intermed Nursing Home in Batesville. ...
Payton William Baldridge (05/08/08)
Misty Baldridge and her son, Brennon, would like to announce the newest addition to their family, Payton William Baldridge. Payton was born April 18, 2008, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. He weighed 5 pounds, 13 ounces. Payton is the grandson of Bruce and Brenda Baldridge of Cherokee Village and great-grandson of Bill and Maxine Baldridge of Mammoth Spring and Glenda Ervin of Cherokee Village...
Payton William Baldridge (05/08/08)
Misty Baldridge and her son, Brennon, would like to announce the newest addition to their family, Payton William Baldridge. Payton was born April 18, 2008, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. He weighed 5 pounds, 13 ounces. Payton is the grandson of Bruce and Brenda Baldridge of Cherokee Village and great-grandson of Bill and Maxine Baldridge of Mammoth Spring and Glenda Ervin of Cherokee Village...
Lundry -- Vanderburg (05/08/08)
Kerry and Lesa Lundry of Mammoth Spring announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Amber Lundry to Ethan Vanderburg of Mammoth Spring. He is the son of the late Jeana Vanderburg and James Vanderburg of Thayer. The couple will be married May 24 at 2 p.m. at the home of Kerry and Lesa Lundry. All family and friends are invited to the wedding without further invitation...
Jefferson -- Curtis (05/08/08)
Scotty and Holly Jefferson of Yellville would like to announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter Brittany Nicole to Heath Cody Curtis of Salem, son of David and Janell Curtis. Brittany is the granddaughter of Hasty and Dee Williams and Walton and Sammie Jefferson of Yellville. She is a 2005 graduate of Yellville-Summit High school and will graduate in May at Arkansas State University Mountain Home with her associate of art's degree...
Lundry -- Vanderburg (05/08/08)
Kerry and Lesa Lundry of Mammoth Spring announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Amber Lundry to Ethan Vanderburg of Mammoth Spring. He is the son of the late Jeana Vanderburg and James Vanderburg of Thayer. The couple will be married May 24 at 2 p.m. at the home of Kerry and Lesa Lundry. All family and friends are invited to the wedding without further invitation...
Jefferson -- Curtis (05/08/08)
Scotty and Holly Jefferson of Yellville would like to announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter Brittany Nicole to Heath Cody Curtis of Salem, son of David and Janell Curtis. Brittany is the granddaughter of Hasty and Dee Williams and Walton and Sammie Jefferson of Yellville. She is a 2005 graduate of Yellville-Summit High school and will graduate in May at Arkansas State University Mountain Home with her associate of art's degree...
Your View (05/08/08)
It's time our officials start representing us, as in U.S. Well it has happened again! I heard on "Fox News" this morning that a couple of guys from America are in the process of building a $500 million theme park in BAGHDAD!! This is incomprehensible to me considering that, according to the spokesperson for the development; they want to generate jobs for the people of Baghdad. To help them have a better lifestyle...
Your View (05/08/08)
It's time our officials start representing us, as in U.S. Well it has happened again! I heard on "Fox News" this morning that a couple of guys from America are in the process of building a $500 million theme park in BAGHDAD!! This is incomprehensible to me considering that, according to the spokesperson for the development; they want to generate jobs for the people of Baghdad. To help them have a better lifestyle...