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Stories from Thursday, May 7, 2009

New computers arrive at libraries (05/07/09)
The constant flow of information through the Internet can be a useful tool in research for high school or college papers or for a person's own curiosity or for finding a job. Word processing is also useful for typing resumes and professional looking spread sheets. For ages, libraries have been thought of as a wealth of information and they still can be in combination with new technology and innovations...
Free admission day at Depot museum (05/07/09)
A trip to the Mammoth Spring State Park should not be complete without a visit to the historic Frisco Railroad Depot. May 16, visitors will be able to tour this historical attraction free of charge and the community is invited to attend. The Depot building built in 1886, continued in operation through the early 1960s. It is the oldest standing depot remaining in Arkansas and features a walk-through museum with a wide variety of life-size figures dressed in the clothes of the time period...
Swine Flu confirmed in Platte County (05/07/09)
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced May 1 that Missouri has it's first confirmed case of swine flu, also known as H1N1 virus. The patient is a woman in her 30s from Platte County who contracted the virus on a recent trip to Mexico. The country is apparently where the virus originated from...
Living his childhood dream (05/07/09)
Reporters note: This is the first story in a series featuring people who serve the residents of Oregon County. Day after day the Oregon County Sheriff's Department does their duty by protecting the public and doing their best to resolve conflict. Deputy Gene Barton said his job entails a little bit of everything. "Job description -- oh my goodness -- everything from a marriage counselor, to a problem solver, to a referee," Barton said...
Preparing students for the future (05/07/09)
These days high school students need everything they can get to get ahead, and schools are trying to prepare them for the real world by offering special classes and joining clubs that teach students how to succeed. Business technology classes, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) and entrepreneurship classes at Alton High School help students prepare for what might be ahead of them after graduation...
Giving back to the community (05/07/09)
Reporters note: This is the third story in a series featuring Meals on Wheels. Volunteering is normally considered a way to give back to the community, but people rarely think of volunteering as a way to help themselves, too. This week on my Meals on Wheels adventure in Thayer, I went on route three, out in the countryside all the way to Couch and on some dirt side roads to deliver hot meals to the elderly...
Class of 2022 (05/07/09)
Grace Benedict patiently waits her turn to register for kindergarten at Salem May 1. As the class of 2009 leaves Salem High School, the class of 2022 gets ready to begin their journey. She is the daughter of Joe and Deana Benedict of Salem. Photo by Steven Looney...
No local cases of H1N1 flu reported (05/07/09)
Local officials continue to prepare to act if needed
'This Place Matters' (05/07/09)
Preserving the history of a community
Fulton County man elected officer for Ozark Gateway Tourist Council (05/07/09)
Adam Davis chosen as vice-president
2010 census work currently underway (05/07/09)
Cherokee Village Police Chief Jason French would like the citizens of Cherokee Village to be aware that the 2010 Census workers are working in the area. French said that he had some concerned citizens call about people walking in their neighborhood and after identifying the tags and speaking with the owner of the vehicle, it was established that the workers were beginning their duties of doing census interviews...
Reilly pleads not guilty to sex charges (05/07/09)
April 29, in Sharp County Circuit Court, former Sharp County Office OEM Coordinator Pete Reilly Jr.'s attorney Stewart Lambert entered a not guilty plea on Reilly's behalf in leu of arraignment on the charges of rape and sexual indecency with a child...
Tree house comes down (05/07/09)
For the neighborhood kids the Shackleford's tree house represented many childhood dreams and a lot of fun times with friends. On Saturday, Brian Shackleford was given a special release from a treatment center to come home and tear down the tree house that he and his children had worked so hard to build...
Frisco Depot opens free to community (05/07/09)
A trip to the Mammoth Spring State Park should not be complete without a visit to the historic Frisco Railroad Depot. May 16, visitors will be able to tour this historical attraction free of charge and the community is invited to attend. The Depot building built in 1886, continued in operation through the early 1960s. It is the oldest standing depot remaining in Arkansas and features a walk-through museum with a wide variety of life-size figures dressed in the clothes of the time period...
Tree house comes down (05/07/09)
For the neighborhood kids the Shackleford's tree house represented many childhood dreams and a lot of fun times with friends. On Saturday, Brian Shackleford was given a special release from a treatment center to come home and tear down the tree house that he and his children had worked so hard to build...
Rain, Rain, Go Away! (05/07/09)
A grey cloud before yet another storm in the area May 2. Photo/Tammy Curtis
Flu scare persists (05/07/09)
The Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) is reporting that there are no confirmed cases or probable cases of swine flu in Arkansas. According to William Mason, M.D., Preparedness and Response Branch chief, all influenza tests to date that have come to the Public Health laboratory have been identified and are not swine flu...
Reilly pleads not guilty to sex charges (05/07/09)
April 29, in Sharp County Circuit Court, former Sharp County Office OEM Coordinator Pete Reilly Jr.'s attorney Stewart Lambert entered a not guilty plea on Reilly's behalf in leu of arraignment on the charges of rape and sexual indecency with a child...
For the love of animals (05/07/09)
For many residents of Cherokee Village, there have been mixed messages regarding the fate of the Spring River Animal Shelter. While the shelter does have some things to overcome in respect to funding and responsibility, its demise is not in question...
Correction (05/07/09)
Correction In last week's issue of The Villager Journal it was incorrectly published that the VFW was responsible for donating a flag to the city of Hardy and keeping the flag at the library updated as it begins to wear. The Williford American Legion Post 336 is actually responsible for this donation. ...
Woman found in nearby lake (05/07/09)
April 28, a Highland U.S. Postal Service mail carrier, Ginger Hall, noticed an accumulation of mail and packages at 78 Ridgecrest in Hidden Valley. She called Highland Police Chief Bea Sharp to perform a welfare check on the resident. When Bea Sharp arrived at the house of 79 year old Delores Covollo she yelled and pushed the unlocked door open to look inside. ...
Students assist with recycling (05/07/09)
Members of Williford Schools sixth grade class spent the morning April 29 helping the Tri-County Recycling Center and the Masons with Cherokee Village's weekly recycling effort. The members of the Mason's, who were also working the event said that Ms. Bryant's class was very helpful in the recycling day. The members unloaded vehicles that brought their recyclables to the center. The children were very enthusiastic and in some cases were unloading the vehicles the second they stopped...
Mother's Day history (05/07/09)
For many, the days prior to Mother's Day are spent trying to come up with the perfect gift that is both personal and sentimental, but the act of giving gifts that honor mothers on Mother's Day goes back in history to the ancient Egyptians who had an annual festival honoring the Goddess Isis, who was believed to be the mother of the pharaohs...
Mother's Day history (05/07/09)
For many, the days prior to Mother's Day are spent trying to come up with the perfect gift that is both personal and sentimental, but the act of giving gifts that honor mothers on Mother's Day goes back in history to the ancient Egyptians who had an annual festival honoring the Goddess Isis, who was believed to be the mother of the pharaohs...
Key Clubbers help with VFW clean-up (05/07/09)
Members of Highland High School's Key Club and their sponsor Lou Lynn Paul spent last Saturday helping the Highland VFW with cleanup of their post and grounds. Members Forest Carithers, Travis Lamb, Tricia Goodwin, Leighann Smith, Carrie Oroz, Bria Bummill and Paul participated in the project...
Census work begins (05/07/09)
Cherokee Village Police Chief Jason French would like the citizens of Cherokee Village to be aware that the 2010 Census workers are working in the area. French said that he had some concerned citizens call about people walking in their neighborhood and after identifying the tags and speaking with the owner of the vehicle, it was established that the workers were beginning their duties of doing census interviews...
Judges stolen truck leads to drug arrests (05/07/09)
District Court Judge Mark Johnson's truck was stolen from Slick Rock Campground and abandoned near Clayton Street in Hardy after a juvenile emptied the contents into the nearby woods. The morning of April 27 fireman Jim Griffin located the red truck abandoned in the street near his house. ...
Henry tosses no-hitter for Bears in regional round (05/07/09)
It wasn't exactly your ordinary, average tournament game. Rains forced a nearly two-hour delay and a change of venues and hits were hard to come by. But in the end, Norfork managed to take third place in the 1A Region 2 Baseball Tournament with a 1-0 win over Mammoth Spring April 28...
Johnston's homer helps Horns to regional title (05/07/09)
Dolan Johnston came through at just the right time. He belted a big three-run homer over the left field fence in the bottom of the fifth, breaking open a tie game and giving the Viola Longhorns a 4-1 victory over Hillcrest in the championship game of the 1A Region 2 Tournament April 28...
Lady Bearkatz regional champs for second straight year (05/07/09)
The Melbourne Lady Bearkatz won their second straight regional tournament title with a 5-0 victory over Salem in the 2A North Region finals April 27. The Lady Katz scored two runs in the first inning, one in the fourth and two more in the sixth to round out the scoring...
Izard County dropped by Bradley (05/07/09)
The Izard County Lady Cougars just could not come up with the big hits when they needed them and as a result, fell to the Bradley Lady Bears 6-2 in the opening round of the 1A State Softball Tournament May 1 at Pine Bluff Regional Park. The Lady Cougs didn't help themselves any by making some un-timely errors, spoiling another excellent outing in the circle from ace Sarah Taylor...
Viola has right answer for Taylor (05/07/09)
The Taylor Lady Tigers are one tough bunch. The past several years, the Lady Tigers have managed to take care of business and play deep into the state softball tournament. But not this year. The Viola Lady Longhorns hit Taylor with such a big come-from-behind rally that the Lady Tigers are probably still wondering what hit them...
Lady Pirates enjoy success in Pine Bluff (05/07/09)
The Ouachita Lady Warriors had a couple of golden opportunities to knock off Calico Rock in the opening round of the 1A State Softball Tournament May 1 at Pine Bluff Regional Park. Instead, it was the Lady Pirates that seized the chances they were given and Calico Rock edged past Ouachita 2-1 in the tourney's opening round...
Henry tosses no-hitter for Bears in regional round (05/07/09)
It wasn't exactly your ordinary, average tournament game. Rains forced a nearly two-hour delay and a change of venues and hits were hard to come by. But in the end, Norfork managed to take third place in the 1A Region 2 Baseball Tournament with a 1-0 win over Mammoth Spring April 28...
Rain, rain, rain ... (05/07/09)
Due to the wave of heavy rain and storms that moved through the state on May 1, Highland's opening-round game with the Farmington/Nashville winner in the 4A State Softball Tournament in Farmington was rained out. The contest was rescheduled for May 4...
Lady Rebs notch another regional title (05/07/09)
Hooking up for the ninth time this season, Highland ran its record against the Westside Lady Warriors to 7-2 with a 6-0 shutout in the championship game of the 4A East Regional Tournament April 28 in Lonoke. And it didn't take the Lady Rebs long to grab control of this one...
Money announced for local wildlife projects (05/07/09)
U.S. Senators Blanche Lincoln and Mark Pryor of Arkansas, along with U.S. Representative Marion Berry, recently announced $6,678,500 for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service projects throughout the state. Funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 will provide National Wildlife Refuges and National Fish Hatcheries with help for construction costs, habitat restoration projects, and improved energy efficiency on public and private lands across the nation...
Local duo second at annual BassCat Tourney on Lake Norfork (05/07/09)
Reeling in 36.66 pounds of fish over two days of competition, Jim and David Schnable from St. Louis took first place in the BassCat Owner's Invitational Tournament held April 30-May 1 at Henderson Marina on Norfork Lake. The brothers won a new BassCat Pantera II bass boat, along with a Mercury 200 OptiMax motor...
First-week turkey harvest down from last year (05/07/09)
Favorable weather contributed to a larger-than-expected harvest during the first week of Missouri's spring turkey hunting season. Hunters checked 21,717 turkeys during the first week of the 21-day spring turkey season. That is 591 (2.7 percent) fewer than last year's first-week harvest...
Motorists urged to spare box turtles (05/07/09)
Have you ever seen a turtle trying to cross a busy highway and wondered how many of these creatures die under the wheels of automobiles each year? Jeff Briggler has and as Missouri's State Herpetologist, the answer worries him. Briggler and other workers at the Missouri Department of Conservation have made informal observations over the years, counting the number of dead turtles -- especially box turtles -- on stretches of highway...
Money announced for local wildlife projects (05/07/09)
U.S. Senators Blanche Lincoln and Mark Pryor, along with U.S. Representative Marion Berry recently announced $6,678,500 for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service projects throughout the state. Funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 will provide National Wildlife Refuges and National Fish Hatcheries with help for construction costs, habitat restoration projects, and improved energy efficiency on public and private lands across the nation...
Local duo second at annual BassCat Tourney on Lake Norfork (05/07/09)
Reeling in 36.66 pounds of fish over two days of competition, Jim and David Schnable from St. Louis took first place in the BassCat Owner's Invitational Tournament held April 30-May 1 at Henderson Marina on Norfork Lake. The brothers won a new BassCat Pantera II bass boat, along with a Mercury 200 OptiMax motor...
Local duo second at BassCat Tourney (05/07/09)
Reeling in 36.66 pounds of fish over two days of competition, Jim and David Schnable from St. Louis took first place in the BassCat Owner's Invitational Tournament held April 30-May 1 at Henderson Marina on Norfork Lake. The brothers won a new BassCat Pantera II bass boat, along with a Mercury 200 OptiMax motor...
Money announced for local wildlife projects (05/07/09)
U.S. Senators Blanche Lincoln and Mark Pryor, along with U.S. Representative Marion Berry recently announced $6,678,500 for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service projects throughout the state. Funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 will provide National Wildlife Refuges and National Fish Hatcheries with help for construction costs, habitat restoration projects, and improved energy efficiency on public and private lands across the nation...
Death Notices published week of May 7, 2009 (05/07/09)
Clyde Bruce Pickett, 47, Myrtle, Mo., died April 25, 2009 at Myrtle. Carter Funeral Home, Thayer, Mo. Berniece Spurlock, 85, Granite City, Ill., died April 28, 2009, at Granite City. Irwin Chapel of Granite City, Ill., and Higginbotham Funeral Service, Walnut Ridge...
Death Notices published week of May 7, 2009 (05/07/09)
Clyde Bruce Pickett, 47, Myrtle, Mo., died April 25, 2009 at Myrtle. Carter Funeral Home, Thayer, Mo. Berniece Spurlock, 85, Granite City, Ill., died April 28, 2009, at Granite City. Irwin Chapel of Granite City, Ill., and Higginbotham Funeral Service, Walnut Ridge...
Death Notices (05/07/09)
Clyde Bruce Pickett, 47, Myrtle, Mo., died April 25, 2009, at Myrtle. Carter Funeral Home, Thayer, Mo. Berniece Spurlock, 85, Granite City, Ill. Died April 28, 2009, at Granite City. Irwin Chapel of Granite City, Ill., and Higginbotham Funeral Service, Walnut Ridge...
Jake Adian Meyers (05/07/09)
Eric and Heather Meyers of Alton are the parents of a baby boy, Jake Adian. He was born at 8:09 a.m., April 17, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 9 pounds, 2 -1/2 ounces and was 19-1/2 inches long. His siblings are Kaleb, 2; Emily, 9; and Brody, 11. Grandparents are Brenda Chaubauski, Alton; Kelly Johnson, Alton; Jeff Meyers, Delaware, Okla.; and Betty Mulherrin, Delaware, Okla...
Destiny Faye Hite (05/07/09)
Brian Hite and Daisy Hodges of West Plains are the parents of a baby girl, Destiny Faye Hite. She was born at 8:20 a.m., April 13, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. She weighed 7 pounds, 8-1/2 ounces and was 19-1/2 inches long. Her siblings are Nicholas, 8; Gabriella, 4; and Malcom, 3. Grandparents are Gary and Jean Hodges of Thayer; Tim Hite, of the state of Washington; and Lisa Reece...
Bailey Ann Chitwood (05/07/09)
Tim and Melissa Chitwood of West Plains are the parents of a baby girl, Bailey Ann. She was born at 11:20 a.m., April 13, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. She weighed 5 pounds, 5-1/2 ounces and was 20 inches long. Her siblings are Brooke, 5, and Blake, 2. Grandparents are Susan Ford, VanBuren; Lance and Michele Ford of Springfield; Connie Chitwood of Salem; and Dan Chitwood of Ellington...
Margarite Mae McBride (05/07/09)
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew McBride of Kalamazoo, Mich., along with big sister Conner Marie, announce the arrival of Margarite Mae McBride. Maggie was born Nov. 1, 2008, at Bronson Methodist Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds, 2 ounces and was 20-3/4 inches long...
Skylar Anthony Bell (05/07/09)
Misty Bell-Collins of Moody is the mother of a baby boy, Skylar Anthony Bell. He was born at 4:45 a.m., April 24, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 5 pounds, 15-1/2 ounces and was 18-1/2 inches long. His sibling is McKenzy, 8. Grandparents are Dale and Kay Talburt, Viola, Ark., and Roy Bell, West Plains...
Skylar Anthony Bell (05/07/09)
Misty Bell-Collins of Moody is the mother of a baby boy, Skylar Anthony Bell. He was born at 4:45 a.m., April 24, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 5 pounds, 15-1/2 ounces and was 18-1/2 inches long. His sibling is McKenzy, 8. Grandparents are Dale and Kay Talburt, Viola, Ark., and Roy Bell, West Plains...
Margarite Mae McBride (05/07/09)
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew McBride of Kalamazoo, Mich., along with big sister Conner Marie, announce the arrival of Margarite Mae McBride. Maggie was born Nov. 1, 2008, at Bronson Methodist Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds, 2 ounces and was 20-3/4 inches long...
Bailey Ann Chitwood (05/07/09)
Tim and Melissa Chitwood of West Plains are the parents of a baby girl, Bailey Ann. She was born at 11:20 a.m., April 13, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. She weighed 5 pounds, 5-1/2 ounces and was 20 inches long. Her siblings are Brooke, 5, and Blake, 2. Grandparents are Susan Ford, VanBuren; Lance and Michele Ford of Springfield; Connie Chitwood of Salem; and Dan Chitwood of Ellington...
Destiny Faye Hite (05/07/09)
Brian Hite and Daisy Hodges of West Plains are the parents of a baby girl, Destiny Faye Hite. She was born at 8:20 a.m., April 13, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. She weighed 7 pounds, 8-1/2 ounces and was 19-1/2 inches long. Her siblings are Nicholas, 8; Gabriella, 4; and Malcom, 3. Grandparents are Gary and Jean Hodges of Thayer; Tim Hite, of the state of Washington; and Lisa Reece...
Jake Adian Meyers (05/07/09)
Eric and Heather Meyers of Alton are the parents of a baby boy, Jake Adian. He was born at 8:09 a.m., April 17, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 9 pounds, 2 -1/2 ounces and was 19-1/2 inches long. His siblings are Kaleb, 2; Emily, 9; and Brody, 11. Grandparents are Brenda Chaubauski, Alton; Kelly Johnson, Alton; Jeff Meyers, Delaware, Okla.; and Betty Mulherrin, Delaware, Okla...
Haley --  Hurst (05/07/09)
Joe and Becky Haley of Thayer, Mo., announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Hannah JoAnne Haley to Dan Hurst, son of Wayne and Bonnie Hurst of Thayer, Mo. Wedding vows will be exchanged May 30, at 2 p.m., at the Evening Light Message Church in Thayer, Mo...
Haley --  Hurst (05/07/09)
Joe and Becky Haley of Thayer, Mo., announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Hannah JoAnne Haley to Dan Hurst, son of Wayne and Bonnie Hurst of Thayer, Mo. Wedding vows will be exchanged May 30, at 2 p.m., at the Evening Light Message Church in Thayer, Mo...
Simmons to celebrate 50th wedding anniversary (05/07/09)
Larry and Daisy Simmons of Alton will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary Saturday, May 9. Daughters, Tammy Curtis, Sonya Harmon and Paula Sterner will be hosting a drop-in party in their honor on Saturday, May 9 at the Alton CWC (Community Worship Center) from 2 to 4 p.m...
Garrisons to celebrate 50th wedding anniversary (05/07/09)
Carroll and Emma Garrison will be celebrating their 50th anniversary on Sunday, May 9 at the Byrd Freewill Baptist Church located two miles west of Myrtle, Mo. The celebration will begin at 2 p.m. Family and friends are invited to attend.
Garrisons to celebrate 50th wedding anniversary (05/07/09)
Carroll and Emma Garrison will be celebrating their 50th anniversary on Sunday, May 9 at the Byrd Freewill Baptist Church located two miles west of Myrtle, Mo. The celebration will begin at 2 p.m. Family and friends are invited to attend.
Simmons to celebrate 50th wedding anniversary (05/07/09)
Larry and Daisy Simmons of Alton will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary Saturday, May 9. Daughters, Tammy Curtis, Sonya Harmon and Paula Sterner will be hosting a drop-in party in their honor on Saturday, May 9 at the Alton CWC (Community Worship Center) from 2 to 4 p.m...
Garrisons to celebrate 50th wedding anniversary (05/07/09)
Carroll and Emma Garrison will be celebrating their 50th anniversary on Sunday, May 9 at the Byrd Freewill Baptist Church located two miles west of Myrtle, Mo. The celebration will begin at 2 p.m. Family and friends are invited to attend.
Thayer Police Report (05/07/09)
Derek Scott Bingham, 25, of Green River, Wyo., was arrested April 30 for stealing a controlled substance (prescription narcotics). His bond was set at $10,000. Joseph M. Huton, 28, of Thayer, was arrested April 29 on a warrant for failure to register with law enforcement as required. He posted a bond of $2,500...
Fulton County Sheriff's Report (05/07/09)
Clinton Hutchison, 32, of Memphis, Tenn., was arrested for public intoxication April 26. Hutchison was released from the Fulton County Jail on $220 bond April 27. Haley Sullivan, 22, of Viola was arrested for DWI April 26. Sullivan was released from the Izard County Jail on $770 bond...
Izard County Sheriff's Report (05/07/09)
The Izard County Sheriff's Department reported some alcohol related arrests Pioneer Day weekend, but Sheriff Tate Lawrence said the number of arrests were not that much greater than that of a regular weekend. Patrick Davis, 24, of Melbourne was arrested May 3 after a deputy observed a truck parked at a Melbourne convenience store with the driver slumped over the steering wheel. ...
Fulton County Sheriff's Report (05/07/09)
Clinton Hutchison, 32, of Memphis, Tenn., was arrested for public intoxication April 26. Hutchison was released from the Fulton County Jail on $220 bond April 27. Haley Sullivan, 22, of Viola was arrested for DWI April 26. Sullivan was released from the Izard County Jail on $770 bond...
Izard County Sheriff's Report (05/07/09)
The Izard County Sheriff's Department reported some alcohol related arrests Pioneer Day weekend, but Sheriff Tate Lawrence said the number of arrests were not that much greater than that of a regular weekend. Patrick Davis, 24, of Melbourne was arrested May 3 after a deputy observed a truck parked at a Melbourne convenience store with the driver slumped over the steering wheel. ...
Thayer Police Report (05/07/09)
Derek Scott Bingham, 25, of Green River, Wyo., was arrested April 30 for stealing a controlled substance (prescription narcotics). His bond was set at $10,000. Joseph M. Huton, 28, of Thayer, was arrested April 29 on a warrant for failure to register with law enforcement as required. He posted a bond of $2,500...
Sharp County Sheriff's Report (05/07/09)
Nancy J. Skradski, 49, of Cherokee Village was arrested April 23 for PI- drugs at business. Randall Jones, 60, of Thayer, Mo., was arrested April 23 for a DTF hold. Michael Wicker of Mammoth Spring was arrested April 23 for possession of an instrument of crime...
Cherokee Village Police Report (05/07/09)
Catherine Watts, 41, of Cherokee Village was arrested on April 23 for DWI, endangering the welfare of a minor, careless and inattentive driving and driving with a license suspended. Tina Freeman, 49, of Cherokee Village was arrested on April 23 for disorderly conduct and taken into emergency custody...
Sharp County District Court (05/07/09)
Adrian, Jill D., careless and prohibited driving, guilty; failure to pay registration -- local, nol prossed. Aronoff, Michael L., excessive animal noise -- ordinance, bond forfeit. Bates, Michael A., careless and prohibited driving, guilty; failure to pay registration -- local, guilty...
Health Department inspections (05/07/09)
The following are the results of inspections conducted through March 27 by the Arkansas Health Department. The Ash Flat office conducts inspections in Sharp, Fulton and Izard counties. Sonic of Mammoth: Hwy. 63 and Hill Street, Mammoth Spring. Date of inspection March 19, 10:10 a.m. Corrective action needed: Clean above ice cream machine. Clean shelves above three comp. sink. Clean vent hoods above fryers and grill. Clean bins that hold fry boxes, etc...
Health Department inspections (05/07/09)
The following are the results of inspections conducted through March 27 by the Arkansas Health Department. The Ash Flat office conducts inspections in Sharp, Fulton and Izard counties. Sonic of Mammoth: Hwy. 63 and Hill Street, Mammoth Spring. Date of inspection March 19, 10:10 a.m. Corrective action needed: Clean above ice cream machine. Clean shelves above three comp. sink. Clean vent hoods above fryers and grill. Clean bins that hold fry boxes, etc...