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Stories from Thursday, May 29, 2008

New plates available (05/29/08)
Jan Thompson Staff Writer MISSOURI -- The Missouri Department of Revenue announced May 19 that the newly designed Missouri license plate will soon be available at all contract license offices across the state. According to Thayer License Fee Agent Ranetta Ray, beginning June 16, the newly designed plate will be available at the department's motor vehicle office and all contract offices. ...
Round and Round We Go (05/29/08)
Two young girls spin round and round as they ride one of Bluff City Shows' rides during the Cherokee Village Lions Club's carnival at the south entrance to Cherokee Village May 17. Photo/Murphy
Man drowns on Eleven Point River (05/29/08)
OREGON COUNTY -- A Sheridan, Ark., man, Billy Joe Florence, 43, died due to drowning with alcohol contributing while tubing on the Eleven Point River May 24, according to Oregon County Sheriff Tim Ward. Florence, along with family and friends were floating on tubes on the Eleven Point River near Stubblefield Access when he suffered a seizure and went under the water at 2:11 p.m., Ward said...
Veteran Memorial seeking donations (05/29/08)
JTHAYER -- The Thayer City Council has agreed to allow the Charles Burkett American Legion Post 344 to erect a veterans memorial across from Augusta Park in Thayer. Doris Brown, a Thayer resident takes care of the flowers and trees planted at Augusta Park and was asked by a Legion member to represent them at the council meeting to ask permission for the project...
Two run-offs set for Fulton County (05/29/08)
The stage was set for the payoff from months of campaigning May 20, but the curtain never fell for two Fulton County offices and now a run-off in both the sheriff's race and the assessor's race will be held. Fulton County Sheriff Walter Dillinger (1,035 votes), will share the ticket in a June 10 run-off with Charles "Dennie" Bost (713 votes), who is challenging the incumbent for the office. ...
Fire station may soon have new home (05/29/08)
Highland Council makes offer on Midway Plaza
Officials still searching for Wayne's world (05/29/08)
Duped buyers may never see the money
Voters say OK to CV controlled deer hunt (05/29/08)
The May 20 primary decided three races in Sharp County and one important issue for Cherokee Village. The new JP for District 9 is James Todd Price of Smithville. Price won the election against fellow newcomer Mike Medlock of Smithville who also filed for the position. Price won the race against Medlock by a vote of 185 (80.8 percent) to 44 (19.2 percent). Incumbent Buell Wilkes did not seek reelection...
Loan may be needed in SC (05/29/08)
Sharp County has some additional money if its financial status takes a turn for the worse. Because of the damage to the county road system from flooding in March and April, the Sharp County Quorum Court unanimously approved a resolution authorizing Sharp County Judge Larry Brown to obtain a loan up to $350,000 from White River Planning and Development District for reconstruction and repairs to the road system...
Emergency water supply a good possibility (05/29/08)
Ash Flat could connect to the Fulton County Water supply, free of charge, to help in case of disaster. At the May 19 Ash Flat City Council meeting, Jerry Estes of the Fulton County Water Association told the council that the association is ending its phase three project and still has grant funding left...
Animal cruelty definition debated (05/29/08)
Out of the hundreds of cases of animal cruelty tried each year in Arkansas, the accused who plead innocent are more than half, according to the United States Humane Society's Web site. There is an ever prevalent difference in opinion about what constitutes animal cruelty, and a case in Fulton County near Ash Flat displays the confusion that occurs when victims can't speak for themselves...
Election figures released; two offices create run-off (05/29/08)
Jody Shackelford Staff Writer The stage was set for the payoff from months of campaigning May 20, but the curtain never fell for two Fulton County offices and now a run-off in both the sheriff's race and the assessor's race will be held. Fulton County Sheriff Walter Dillinger (1,035 votes), will share the ticket in a June 10 run-off with Charles "Dennie" Bost (713 votes), who is challenging the incumbent for the office. ...
Distinction awarded to Alton schools (05/29/08)
ALTON -- The Alton School District was recently recognized by state education officials as a school with Distinction in Performance. The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (MDESE) presented school officials with the award at a banquet March 31, at the University of Missouri at Rolla...
Hospital changes well received (05/29/08)
The Fulton County Hospital has undergone a massive amount of change in a short period of time from the new construction to the hospital's new administrator, Angie Richmond, and she is spearheading a new wave of positive changes from the ground up. Having grown up in Salem, Richmond said she is fully committed to the success of the hospital and she has many personal ties fueling her mission. ...
Library to hold summer reading program at Alton (05/29/08)
OREGON COUNTY -- Alton Librarian Janice Richardson announced last week, the Oregon County Library District will be having a Summer Reading Program. "The theme for this year's reading program will be Catch The Reading Bug," she said. She said the summer reading program is open to young people, preschool through young adults. "This summer we will be discovering the amazing world of insects with several different programs," Richardson said...
Man charged with assault (05/29/08)
MYRTLE -- A Couch man, Justin S. Mardis, 22, has been arrested and charged with assault in the third degree. According to a probable cause statement from the Oregon County Prosecuting Attorney's office, Oregon County Deputy Darrin Sorrell was contacted by the dispatcher in the sheriff's office on April 10, at 8:49 p.m., that Tom Smith had called and said his granddaughter had been assaulted. Sorrell said in his report that the victim was at a residence behind the bar at Myrtle...
Hospital Foundation donates computers (05/29/08)
New space demanded new computers and the Fulton County Hospital Foundation recently answered the call by donating four computers to the newly expanded Fulton County Hospital. "There was a need for new computers in the addition at the hospital and so, after the political rally, the Fulton County Hospital Foundation Board voted to provide the hospital with four new computer systems for the admissions area of the new construction," Trena Spears with the foundation said...
Survivors of all ages join together for Relay for Life (05/29/08)
Charolete Fern Williams, 19, a 2008 graduate of Salem High School, was 14 years old when she received the news that she had Osteosarcoma, a disease in which cancer (malignant) cells are found in the bone. "She was very active in sports. She played softball, basketball, and ran cross-country," Charolete's mother Theresa Williams said. ...
Hospital Foundation donates computers (05/29/08)
JNew space demanded new computers and the Fulton County Hospital Foundation recently answered the call by donating four computers to the newly expanded Fulton County Hospital. "There was a need for new computers in the addition at the hospital and so, after the political rally, the Fulton County Hospital Foundation Board voted to provide the hospital with four new computer systems for the admissions area of the new construction," Trena Spears with the foundation said...
Hospital changes well received (05/29/08)
The Fulton County Hospital has undergone a massive amount of change in a short period of time from the new construction to the hospital's new administrator, Angie Richmond, and she is spearheading a new wave of positive changes from the ground up. Having grown up in Salem, Richmond said she is fully committed to the success of the hospital and she has many personal ties fueling her mission. ...
Salem Elementary says goodbye to Jeanne Welch (05/29/08)
Long time Salem Elementary first grade teacher Jeanne Welch will retire at the end of the 2007-2008 school year after 22 years of service to the district and 27 years total in the state. After graduating from Arkansas State University, Welch began her career in teaching in 1976 where she taught for one year in Bay, Ark. In Bay, she also earned a master's degree while teaching full-time...
Hardy Library to receive upgrades (05/29/08)
The Hardy Library will be receiving an electrical upgrade including air conditioning for this summer due to a unanimous vote at the Hardy City Council meeting May 20. Librarian Carol Collins explained to the council that the new heating and cooling system for the library will cost $1,500 from Jackson Electrical Contractors Inc., and Hardy based heating and cooling specialist Mitch Lindley is willing to install the new system at cost and provide labor for free...
Hunting snakes lands man in hospital (05/29/08)
An 18-year-old Highland man is recovering from a gunshot wound to the leg. Highland Police Officer Jeremy Stevens said Jordan Sprinkle and his two friends, Nicholas McClure, 18, and Coty Hollensteiner, 19, were at McClure's home at 19 Lakewood in Hidden Valley on Plum Lake shooting snakes and turtles when Sprinkle was accidentally shot in the leg the afternoon of May 20...
Higginbottom steals brother's checkbook (05/29/08)
A Sharp County man has been charged with forgery after he allegedly stole his brother's checkbook and forged 14 checks on his account. Charles Kelsey Higginbottom, 54, of Poughkeepsie is charged with second degree forgery, a class C felony. The Sharp County Sheriff's Office received a phone call April 10 from Hardy Higginbottom also of Poughkeepsie, Special Agent Wendall Jines of the Arkansas State Police wrote in the arrest affidavit...
Lowther, Bonds to play in Grin Iron (05/29/08)
A pair of former Thayer Bobcat standout football players will get one more chance to lace 'em and take the field. Michael Lowther and Tyler Bonds have been selected to play on the East team at the seventh annual Sertoma Grin Iron Classic, scheduled for June 7 at the Plaster Sports Complex on the campus of Missouri State University in Springfield...
Grizzly Basketball Camps on tap (05/29/08)
It's not too late for area youngsters to sign up for the Grizzly Basketball Camps hosted by Missouri State University-West Plains Grizzly basketball program. Head Coach Brian Ostermann said there are still spaces available for this fun, summertime event...
Pate takes high point award at district track meet (05/29/08)
Bethany Pate, a freshman at Salem High School, competed in the 3A-1 East Junior High District Track meet, which was held at the Mountain Home High School on May 5. Pate took home the Junior Girls' High Point Award. She competed in six events, including the long jump, triple jump, 200-meter dash, 100-meter dash, 4X400-meter relay and 4X100-meter relay. Pate took first place in all of those events except long jump, placing second in that event...
Circle helps lead Arkansas past Mississippi (05/29/08)
Nathan Circle of Hardy, along with 15 other amateur golfers representing the Arkansas State Golf Association, topped 16 amateurs representing the Mississippi Golf Association in the 3rd annual Governor's Cup May 16-17 at Beau Pre' Country Club in Natchez, Miss...
Circle helps lead Arkansas past Mississippi (05/29/08)
Nathan Circle of Hardy, along with 15 other amateur golfers representing the Arkansas State Golf Association, topped 16 amateurs representing the Mississippi Golf Association in the 3rd annual Governor's Cup May 16-17 at Beau Pre' Country Club in Natchez, Miss...
Bowling event on tap (05/29/08)
A five game scratch sweeper is scheduled for June 22 at Indian Hills Bowl in Ash Flat. Check in time is slated for 9:30 a.m., with the action starting at 10 a.m. Entry fee is $60. The field is limited to 40 bowlers and interested parties should call 870-847-6258 to reserve a spot...
Spring turkey harvest tops 46,000 (05/29/08)
Hunters checked 43,416 turkeys during Missouri's three-week spring turkey season, falling slightly short of predictions for the harvest. Top counties in the 2008 spring turkey season were Franklin, with 838 turkeys checked, Texas County with 801 and Osage County with 696...
Unattended baby birds may not be abandoned (05/29/08)
Arkansas is blessed with an abundance of wild birds and their offspring. Throughout spring and summer, it is not uncommon to come across unattended baby wild birds. During this time, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is flooded with calls about abandoned fledglings and what to do with them...
Unattended baby birds may not be abandoned (05/29/08)
Arkansas is blessed with an abundance of wild birds and their offspring. Throughout spring and summer, it is not uncommon to come across unattended baby wild birds. During this time, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is flooded with calls about abandoned fledglings and what to do with them...
Owen Staudacher (05/29/08)
Owen Leslie Staudacher, 64, of Salem, Ark., son of the late Leslie George and Carmon (Knight) Staudacher was born July 17, 1943, at Cove, Ark. He died May 23, 2008, at the Ash Flat Healthcare Center in Ash Flat, Ark. He was united in marriage to Lynda Jean Bell on June 19, 1970, at Rosehill, Kan...
Lila Mae Hardin (05/29/08)
Lila Mae Hardin of Camp, Ark., daughter of the late Robert Lee Stone and Emma Anna Strauser Stone, was born April 12, 1922, in Kossee, Texas. She died May 22, 2008, in Viola, Ark., at the age of 86. She was united in marriage to Monroe Benton Hardin on Nov. 12, 1940, in Salem, Ark. She was a homemaker and of the Pentecostal faith...
Norma Jean Frey (05/29/08)
Norma Jean Frey, 66, of Thayer, Mo., was born Dec. 13, 1941, in Oregon County, Mo., and died May 19, 2008, at her home. Survivors include: one son, Jon Frey; her father, Fred Shoemaker, both of the home near Thayer; numerous other relatives and friends...
Gregory Olin Leach (05/29/08)
Gregory Olin Leach, 57, of Horseshoe Bend, Ark., son of Ruth M. (Bates) Roten and the late Thomas Robert Leach, was born Sept. 11, 1950, at Battle Creek, Mich. He died May 20, 2008, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem, Ark. He was of the Methodist faith...
Thomas Collins Jr. (05/29/08)
Thomas Andrew Collins Jr., 81, son of the late Thomas Andrew Collins and Minnie Ann Wore Collins, was born at Agnos, Ark., Aug. 10, 1926. He died May 17, 2008, at St. Bernard's Medical Center in Jonesboro, Ark. He was married to Elaine Bearden at Agnos on June 29, 1947, and they have four children. He was a member of Salem Masonic Lodge  No. 418 for more than 50 years, a member of the church of Christ and served honorably in the U.S. Navy...
Thomas Lee Patterson (05/29/08)
Thomas Lee Patterson, 60, of West Plains, Mo., was born Jan. 24, 1948, in Atlanta, Ga., and died May 15, 2008, at his home. Survivors include: his mother, Mamie Friend Patterson of West Plains; two brothers, Lawrence Patterson and wife, Melinda of Southaven, Miss., Glenn Patterson of Rockford, Ill.; one grandson, Christopher G. Patterson of Rockford, Ill.; numerous other relatives and friends...
Elsie Marie Brown (05/29/08)
Elsie Marie Brown of Mammoth Spring, Ark., was born Sept. 21, 1919, in Koshkonong, Mo., the daughter of the late Jess Brazeal and Leatha Vaughn Brazeal. She died May 15, 2008, at her home in Mammoth Spring, Ark., at the age of 88. She was united in marriage to Eli Brown who preceded her in death...
Jeff McConnaha (05/29/08)
Jeff "Whitey" McConnaha II, 28, son of Jeff McConnaha, Sr. and Trudy Marleen (Day) Waldorf was born Jan. 3, 1980, in Corona, Calif. He died May 19, 2008. Jeff was born in California moved to Missouri in the 90's. He worked in Koshkonong, Mo., as a mechanic for 10 years. He was currently employed by Durham as a welder...
Brandon Lee Cox (05/29/08)
Brandon Lee Cox, 13, of Ozark, Mo., was born Nov. 12, 1994, and died May 18, 2008, in St. John's Hospital in Springfield, Mo. He was a student at Ozark Upper Elementary and attended Harmony Baptist Church in Rogersville, Mo. He is survived by: his mother, Jane (DePriest) Scallion of Ozark, Mo.; his father, Michael L. ...
Opal Maxine Stone Holt (05/29/08)
Opal Maxine Stone Holt, 82, of Liberty, Mo., died May 1, 2008, at Liberty Hospital. She was born in Viola, Ark., to Alva and Laura Stone. She moved to Kansas City and married Kenneth Holt, who preceded her in death. They enjoyed many functions and travels with the Ararat Shrine. She worked for Clay County, retiring from the sheriff's office in 1991. She was a lifelong member of the Liberty United Methodist Church...
Laura Marie Wilkening (05/29/08)
Laura Marie Wilkening, 77, of Salem, Ark., daughter, of the late Fred Lee and Cora Belle (Fuller) Butler, was born Aug. 20, 1930, at Koshkonong, Mo. She died May 14, 2008, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem, Ark. She was united in marriage to Lanis Wallace Wilkening on Jan. 10, 1962, at Salem, Ark. She was a homemaker and farmer and was a member of the Camp Church of Christ...
Virginia Cambron (05/29/08)
Virginia Cambron, 88, of Cherokee Village, Ark., died May 20, 2008, at White River Medical Center in Batesville, Ark. She was born Oct. 13, 1919, in Joplin, Mo., the daughter of the late Robert Lee and Anna Phillippi Mitchell. She was a sales associate for Ramsey's Department Store for many years...
Doyle E. Harmon (05/29/08)
Doyle E. Harmon, 85, of Highland, Ark., died May 19, 2008, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem, Ark. He was born Aug. 25, 1922, the son of the late Walter and Susie (Rifensch-nieder) Harmon. He was a veteran of the United States Army, and served during World War II and received a Purple Heart...
Jeff McConnaha (05/29/08)
Born 1-3-1980 -- Died 5-19-2008
Gregory Olin Leach (05/29/08)
Born 9-11-1950 -- Died 5-20-2008
Thomas Lee Patterson (05/29/08)
Born 1-24-1948 -- Died 5-15-2008
Thomas Collins Jr. (05/29/08)
Born 8-10-1926 -- Died 5-17-2008
Norma Jean Frey (05/29/08)
Born 12-13-1941 -- Died 5-19-2008
Owen Staudacher (05/29/08)
Born 7-17-1943 -- Died 5-23-2008
Lila Mae Hardin (05/29/08)
Born 4-12-1922 -- Died 5-22-2008
Brandon Lee Cox (05/29/08)
Born 11-12-1994 -- Died 5-18-2008
Carolyn Montgomery (05/29/08)
Born 4-14-1951 -- Died 4-12-2008
Opal Maxine Stone Holt (05/29/08)
Died 5-1-2008
Elsie Marie Brown (05/29/08)
Born 9-21-1919 -- Died 5-15-2008
Laura Marie Wilkening (05/29/08)
Born 8-20-1930 -- Died 5-14-2008
Virginia Cambron (05/29/08)
Born 10-13-1919 -- Died 5-20-2008
Doyle E. Harmon (05/29/08)
Born 8-25-1922 -- Died 5-19-2008
Doyle E. Harmon (05/29/08)
Doyle E. Harmon, 85, of Highland, Ark., died May 19, 2008, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem, Ark. He was born Aug. 25, 1922, the son of the late Walter and Susie (Rifenschnieder) Harmon. He was a veteran of the United States Army, served during World War II and received a Purple Heart. He was the founder and operator of Harmondo's Pizza in Highland and worked there until retirement. He was a member of the Spring River Car Club and the Arkansas Antique Car Club in Jonesboro...
Thomas Collins (05/29/08)
Thomas Andrew Collins Jr., 81, son of the late Thomas Andrew Collins and Minnie Ann Wore Collins, was born at Agnos, Ark., Aug. 10, 1926. He died May 17, 2008, at St. Bernard's Medical Center in Jonesboro, Ark. He was married to Elaine Bearden at Agnos on June 29, 1947, and they have four children. He was a member of Salem Masonic Lodge  No. 418 for more than 50 years, a member of the church of Christ and served honorably in the U.S. Navy...
Virginia Cambron (05/29/08)
Virginia Cambron, 88, of Cherokee Village, Ark., died May 20, 2008, at White River Medical Center in Batesville, Ark. She was born Oct. 13, 1919, in Joplin, Mo., the daughter of the late Robert Lee and Anna Phillippi Mitchell. She was a sales associate for Ramsey's Department Store for many years...
Gregory Olin Leach (05/29/08)
Gregory Olin Leach, 57, of Horseshoe Bend, Ark., son of Ruth M. (Bates) Roten and the late Thomas Robert Leach, was born Sept. 11, 1950, at Battle Creek, Mich. He died May 20, 2008, at the Fulton County Hospital in Salem, Ark. He was of the Methodist faith...
Elijah Charles Miller (05/29/08)
Gabe and Madalyn Miller of Salem would like to announce the birth of their brother, Elijah Charles Miller. They are the children of Jason and Kelly Miller. Elijah was born April 7, 2008, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Ark., at 1:41 p.m. He weighed 7 pounds and was 19.75 inches long...
Jade Nicole Webb (05/29/08)
Rodney Webb of Viola, and Ashley Trout of West Plains are the parents of a baby girl, Jade Nicole Webb. She was born at 9:08 p.m., May 16, 2008, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. She weighed 7 pounds, 1-1/2 ounces and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Jeffery and Kristine Wrinkles of West Plains, Timothy and Cathy Webb of Jonesboro, Ark. and Levit and Tammy Bowen of Viola...
Bowdy Jett Perryman (05/29/08)
Dustin and Monica Perryman of Viola, are the parents of a baby boy, Bowdy Jett Perryman. He was born at 1 p.m., May 13, 2008, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. He weighed 6 pounds, 2 ounces and was 18 inches long. His proud big sister is Karsyn, age 5...
Elijah Charles Miller (05/29/08)
Gabe and Madalyn Miller of Salem would like to announce the birth of their brother, Elijah Charles Miller. They are the children of Jason and Kelly Miller. Elijah was born April 7, 2008, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Ark., at 1:41 p.m. He weighed 7 pounds and was 19.75 inches long...
Jade Nicole Webb (05/29/08)
Rodney Webb of Viola, and Ashley Trout of West Plains are the parents of a baby girl, Jade Nicole Webb. She was born at 9:08 p.m., May 16, 2008, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. She weighed 7 pounds, 1-1/2 ounces and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Jeffery and Kristine Wrinkles of West Plains, Timothy and Cathy Webb of Jonesboro, Ark. and Levit and Tammy Bowen of Viola...
Bowdy Jett Perryman (05/29/08)
Dustin and Monica Perryman of Viola, are the parents of a baby boy, Bowdy Jett Perryman. He was born at 1 p.m., May 13, 2008, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. He weighed 6 pounds, 2 ounces and was 18 inches long. His proud big sister is Karsyn, age 5...
Ruisi -- Ochoa (05/29/08)
Regina Ruisi and Andrew Ochoa were united in marriage April 19 at the Kaneohe Bay Botanical Gardens in Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. The bride is the daughter of D. Frank and Nadine Ruisi and Kathleen and Grant Werner. The groom is the son of Don and Judy Ochoa of Viola...
Ruisi -- Ochoa (05/29/08)
Regina Ruisi and Andrew Ochoa were united in marriage April 19 at the Kaneohe Bay Botanical Gardens in Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. The bride is the daughter of D. Frank and Nadine Ruisi and Kathleen and Grant Werner. The groom is the son of Don and Judy Ochoa of Viola...
McGowan -- Smith (05/29/08)
Chancey Joelle McGowan of Mammoth Spring and Scott Eric Smith of Mammoth Spring will exchange wedding vows on June 6 at 7 p.m. at the Mammoth Spring State Park Pavilion. All friends and family are invited to attend.
McGowan -- Smith (05/29/08)
Chancey Joelle McGowan of Mammoth Spring and Scott Eric Smith of Mammoth Spring will exchange wedding vows on June 6 at 7 p.m. at the Mammoth Spring State Park Pavilion. All friends and family are invited to attend.
Nesbitt -- Shipley (05/29/08)
Mickey and Lisa Nesbitt of Cabot, Ark., announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Michelle Lee, to Trenton James Shipley. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Joseph and Mildred Hauser of Arlington, Texas, and the late Paul and Murtice Nesbitt of Abernathy, Texas...
Cases to celebrate 50th wedding anniversary (05/29/08)
Don and June Case of Mammoth Spring, Ark., will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on May 31. Don and June (Hurtt) Case were married in Mammoth Spring on May 31, 1958, at the home of her sister and brother-in-law, Ann and Gene Haney, with Arthur Blackwell officiating and Betty Clark as a witness...
Cases to celebrate 50th wedding anniversary (05/29/08)
Don and June Case of Mammoth Spring, Ark., will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on May 31. Don and June (Hurtt) Case were married in Mammoth Spring on May 31, 1958, at the home of her sister and brother-in-law, Ann and Gene Haney, with Arthur Blackwell officiating and Betty Clark as a witness...
Martins celebrated 56th wedding anniversary (05/29/08)
Lemuel and Pearl (Couch) Martin of Ash Flat celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary during a celebration hosted by their children May 24 at the Mammoth Spring High School Multi-purpose building.
Web site (05/29/08)
Check this out! www.southmissouriannews.com The South Missourian News now has its own Web site! For several years, two of Areawide Media's newspapers, The News and The South Misssourian News have shared a Web site -- but no longer. Our Webmaster, Jessica Goff, has spent the past few weeks setting up the new site and it's looking great...
Web site (05/29/08)
www.areawidenews.com Changes are coming to The News' Web site. Our Webmaster, Jessica Goff, has spent the past few weeks setting up our new site and it's looking great. The new site will soon allow us to offer an e-edition of The News to subscribers. It may be a few weeks before that's set up, but we hope to have online subscriptions ready to go in the next couple of months...
Web site (05/29/08)
www.villageronline.com