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Stories from Wednesday, August 19, 2009

New neighbors bring an old way of life to the area (08/19/09)
Buggies, beards, long dresses and head coverings -- all are descriptive of the Amish people. A familiar sight in Pennsylvania, Iowa and even Missouri, Amish communities are a rarity in Arkansas -- but not anymore. Along the Southfork River in Fulton County a family of Old Order Amish are settling in to their new homes in Arkansas...
Local Hospitals to be Part of New Trauma System (08/19/09)
Fulton County Hospital of Salem and Community Medical Center of Calico Rock are set to receive $25,000 each, under new state funding from the Arkansas Trauma System for education and/or equipment for the emergency departments. Hospitals across the state have joined a state-wide network of hospitals, connected through a centralized call center. The news comes indirectly from Little Rock, on the heels of an announcement regarding the Trauma System by Gov. Mike Beebe in March 2009...
New Home Needed for Safe Passage (08/19/09)
Non-profit domestic violence advocate organization, Safe Passage, asks the community to help find a new location of safe haven for abused victims in Izard and Fulton counties. "We are in a really tight spot," said Christy Puckett, co-founder of Safe Passage. ...
Domestic Violence on the Rise (08/19/09)
Domestic Violence arrests in Fulton and Izard counties continue to climb in 2009 to concerning heights for local law enforcement. So far in 2009, county and city police report an increase in domestic violence arrests, 56 arrests as of July 31. The complete count of domestic violence arrests in Fulton and Izard counties for 2008 was 67...
Miss Fulton County 2009 (08/19/09)
Photo by Clover Birdsell 2009 Miss Fulton County Bethany Pate, 16, of Salem, daughter of Mark and Holly Pate, stands with her court on Aug. 11. First runner-up is Lyndsey Watkins (right), 17, of Salem, daughter of Scott and Michelle Watkins. Second runner-up is Makollie Koelling (left), 16, of Salem, daughter of Darrell and Wanda Koelling...
Local Business Spotlight ... Kountry Doggy Salon (08/19/09)
Beverly Rogers opened the Kountry Doggy Salon in December of 2008 on the square, and she's never looked back. "I groom large and small dogs, and have clothes from Haute Diggity Dawg Boutique in here -- owner Dana Ellis makes most of those clothes herself for the smaller size dogs," said Rogers. "We do flea dips and baths for all variety of dogs."...
Broken Water Main (08/19/09)
Coleman is candidate for U.S. Senate seat (08/19/09)
Little Rock businessman Curtis Coleman, CEO of Arkansas based Safe Foods Corporation, has formally announced his candidacy for the United States Senate. Coleman is seeking the Republican nomination to represent Arkansans in the U.S. Senate race for the seat currently held by Senator Blanche Lincoln...
Four Charged with Attempted Theft (08/19/09)
The attempted theft of scrap metal from Highland Window and Door landed four area residents in jail Aug. 1, as the result of the keen eye of a Highland police officer. In an incident report obtained from Highland Police officer Jeremy Stevens, he said that Aug. 1, while on patrol, he noticed two vehicles behind Mr. Oily in Highland...
New driving curfew takes effect (08/19/09)
By law, in the state of Arkansas, drivers under 18 are not permitted on the streets and highways after a newly enforced 11 p.m. curfew. Act 394 passed the state senate and house on March 4, sponsored by Sen. Jimmy Jeffress, D-District 24, of Crossett. July 31, the act went in force...
Tax Levy to Make or Break School (08/19/09)
Much deliberation went into what to do with Koshkonong (Howell-Oregon) School District's tax levy. Many in the Koshkonong community had strong feelings about the issue. The general consensus was no one wanted to raise their taxes but no one wanted to lose the school, either...
School tightens its belt (08/19/09)
Now that it's decided to keep the school's tax levy the same as last year, what does the future hold for the Koshkonong (Oregon-Howell) School District? According to Superintendent Luke Boyer, the school will tighten its belt for the coming years. The reason behind the proposed tax levy increase was because the school district is in "a sensitive financial situation," Boyer said...
A Tradition of Fun (08/19/09)
Photo by Steven Looney Lots of Midway fun and excitement were found at the Old Soldiers Reunion last week at Mammoth Spring. Look for a picture review of the event in next week's South Missourian News
Solemn Ole Judge Days Scheduled (08/19/09)
The Mammoth Spring Chamber of Commerce met in regular session Aug. 13 at Wood's Riverbend Restaurant and discussed various upcoming events, namely, Solemn Ole Judge Day scheduled for Sept. 4. "Reflections in the Spring" play will begin about 8 p.m. Sept. 4 at the Mammoth Spring Park Pavillion. The costumes for the play are ready. The play committee informed the Chamber that the music for the play is going well and seems to fit right in with the play's theme...
Couch School Board sets tax rate (08/19/09)
The Couch R-1 School Board met in special session Aug. 10 in the school library for the annual tax rate hearing. The following members were present: Dean Britt, Joe Garrison, Tim Garrison, Jeff Lawrence and Jesse Williams Jr. The tax rate for the 2009-2010 school year has been set at $3.43. The tax hearing then adjourned and the board went into regular session. The following members were present: Dean Britt, Joe Garrison, Tim Garrison, Jeff Lawrence, Kimberly Martin and Jesse Williams Jr...
Curren Everett announces run for Senate, District 10 (08/19/09)
State Representative Curren Everett (D-Salem, District 82) announced today that he is seeking election to Arkansas' State Senate in District 10. The seat is currently held by Senator Paul Miller who is restricted by term limits from running for re-election. District 10 includes Fulton, Sharp, Randolph, Izard, Stone and part of Independence County. The primary election will be held May 18, 2010, and the General Election will be Nov. 2, 2010...
Getting Drenched for "Shop with a Cop" (08/19/09)
Officer Mike Bunting of the Thayer Police Department gets drenched at the Old Soldiers' Reunion in Mammoth Spring for donations for Shop With a Cop. Other area police departments are also sponsoring Shop With a Cop. The program is available to underprivileged children age 12 and under to go Christmas shopping with a police officer over the holidays...
Four Charged with Attempted Theft (08/19/09)
The attempted theft of scrap metal from Highland Window and Door landed four area residents in jail Aug. 1, as the result of the keen eye of a Highland police officer. In an incident report obtained from Highland Police officer Jeremy Stevens, he said that Aug. 1, while on patrol, he noticed two vehicles behind Mr. Oily in Highland...
Highland appoints Stevens as chief of police (08/19/09)
Bids for seal coating, installing barriers at the fire department, selling the old Police Department Durango and hiring a new chief were among the topics at the regular monthly meeting of the Highland City Council Aug. 11 at Highland City Hall. In unfinished business from the prior meeting, seal coating Carolyn, Dana, Gay Streets and the fire station parking lots were the topic of discussion. ...
Man's best friend dubbed hero (08/19/09)
Dogs have long been considered man's best friend. Nothing could be more true than in the case of Richard Thomas's dog Wasichu, who recently saved his life when he experienced a massive heart attack at his home. Wasichu, (pronounced Wah-see-choo) is a cross bred King Charles spaniel and American Eskimo Husky and very protective over his beloved owners...
Training to save lives (08/19/09)
For firefighters, training is vital to saving lives and keeping up with new technology. Recently members of area fire departments took part in a joint two day training session held at Highland Fire Department in auto extrication techniques Aug. 8. Alan Haskins, formerly of Ash Flat and Chief of the Walnut Ridge Fire Department instructed the class of 28 firefighters from Highland, Hardy, Williford, Center and Ozark Acres...
Curren Everett announces run for Senate, District 10 (08/19/09)
State Representative Curren Everett (D-Salem, District 82) announced today that he is seeking election to Arkansas' State Senate in District 10. The seat is currently held by Senator Paul Miller who is restricted by term limits from running for re-election. District 10 includes Fulton, Sharp, Randolph, Izard, Stone and part of Independence County. The primary election will be held May 18, 2010, and the General Election will be Nov. 2, 2010...
Child dies in ATV accident (08/19/09)
A four wheeler accident in rural Evening Shade claimed the life of 12-year-old girl Aug. 13. A police report obtained from the Sharp County Sheriff's Department said Ryley Martin of Bradford lost control of the 2001 Honda Rancher ATV near Black Bear Road. The report said the she ran off the roadside and collided with a rock, causing her to be ejected from the four wheeler...
ATV safety tips offered (08/19/09)
Despite the popularity of ATVs in the rural areas of Arkansas, without proper respect for these machines, the most innocent of outings can become damaging if not deadly. Since 1982, there have been more than 640 ATV deaths in the United States, according to the Arkansas Division of Agriculture. ...
Junk and Jam slated for Labor Day weekend (08/19/09)
Loberg Park will be the site of Junk and Jam during Labor Day weekend. The event is the second annual hosted by Main Street Hardy and will be held Saturday, Sept. 5 from 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. This family event is a fabulous way to end the summer. There will be plenty of food, music and fun at this spectacular sale of just about anything one can imagine...
Western Union scam surfacing in Sharp County (08/19/09)
For many, Western Union money transfers are a very viable form of payment for sending cash and other financial obligations. This trusted and longstanding company is one which most people would place trust and confidence in the safety of their transactions. This may may be one reason Western Union was targeted as an avenue for scam artists to target yet another innocent victim...
GPS "marking" of Arkansas addresses by 2010 Census workers raises concerns (08/19/09)
Today, Attorney General Dustin McDaniel reported that his office has received inquiries from Arkansas residents regarding GPS "marking" by United States Census personnel and issued a statement to advise consumers concerned about the process. The 2010 Census officially begins in March 2010 when questionnaires will be sent to every American home. ...
Prescription Drug Abuse on the Rise (08/19/09)
For many in the area, the statistics regarding prescription drug abuse and overdoses is both overwhelming and unbelievable. The epidemic has forced schools to hire resource officers and perform random drug testing on students to help administrators combat the growing problem. ...
Hog Calls (08/19/09)
FAYETTEVILLE -- A 160-plus play scrimmage should amply allow a team's various position groups to show what they can do. The Razorbacks' receivers did in last Saturday's scrimmage though all weren't there to do it. Even with 16 passes caught by running backs, 15 Arkansas wide receivers and tight ends caught 37 passes for 553 yards...
Five top leaderboard at Turkey Mountain (08/19/09)
It doesn't happen all the time, but there were five golfers that tied for medalist honors in boys' play Aug. 11 at The Golf Course on Turkey Mountain. Izard County's Preston Harmon, along with Melbourne's Ben Cooper, Spencer Caraway, Bradley Lamb and Kody Caraway, all carded 41s for the day...
Medic Golf Tourney slated (08/19/09)
The Spring River Paramedic Ambulance Foundation is hosting "The Medic," an all-new golf tournament at the South Golf Course in Cherokee Village. Golfers should mark Sept. 19 on their calendar for this fun event, which is a benefit for the Spring River Paramedic Ambulance Service's purchase of new electronic equipment...
Victory Eludes Spring River (08/19/09)
The Aug. 6 trip to Jonesboro was rather frustrating for the Spring River senior softballers. In game one against Jonesboro, a lot of runs were scored. Rick Comer homered twice, and "Scrappy" collected three hits. However, the much-improved Jonesboro bunch came back swinging the bats to outlast Spring River 19-17...
Medic Golf Tourney slated (08/19/09)
The Spring River Paramedic Ambulance Foundation is hosting "The Medic," an all-new golf tournament at the South Golf Course in Cherokee Village. Golfers should mark Sept. 19 on their calendar for this fun event, which is a benefit for the Spring River Paramedic Ambulance Service's purchase of new electronic equipment...
Fond memories of Sportsman's Park (08/19/09)
Synonymous with growing up in south Missouri was being a St. Louis Cardinal fan. It was just natural. Everyone in town listened to the games. My first time to see a major league game was in 1949. My friend's dad took us to see the Cardinals play the Dodgers at old Sportsman's Park located at Dodier Street and Grand in north St. Louis...
Wildlife officers monitor Spring River activities (08/19/09)
Safety checkpoints net 28 criminal violations; 17 boating violations on river
Wildlife officers monitor Spring River activities (08/19/09)
Due to numerous complaints about illegal activity on the Spring River, wildlife officers with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission have been conducting extensive boating safety checks on the river. Earlier this month, an operation netted a total of 17 boating violations and 28 criminal violations during the safety check...
Wildlife officers monitor Spring River activities (08/19/09)
Due to numerous complaints about illegal activity on the Spring River, wildlife officers with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission have been conducting extensive boating safety checks on the river. Earlier this month, an operation netted a total of 17 boating violations and 28 criminal violations during the safety check...
Faces and Places: Kenney Ennis ...Star of a new park safety movie (08/19/09)
Mammoth Spring State Park has a beauty all its own, but watch out for snakes, cliffs, water and sun exposure. "Danger in the Park" an instructional safety movie created by Welcome Center Manager Adam Davis with guest actor, Kenney Ennis, tells people how to stay safe at the park. But, it's not so much the importance of safety in the movie as it is the personality brought to it through Kenney's whimsical acting...
Faces & Places: Mark Crawford ...Embracing the pioneer spirit (08/19/09)
The term pioneer is often reserved for those that blaze the trail of medicine, technology, or even outer space. However, the courage to blaze the trail off into the unknown is the iconic trait of the pioneer spirit; a spirit found again and again in the hearts and minds of entrepreneurs. One such entrepreneur can be found on the corner of 2nd and Main Street, Mammoth Spring...
New neighbors bring an old way of life to the area (08/19/09)
Buggies, beards, long dresses and head coverings -- all are descriptive of the Amish people. A familiar sight in Pennsylvania, Iowa and even Missouri, Amish communities are a rarity in Arkansas -- but not anymore. Along the Southfork River in Fulton County a family of Old Order Amish are settling in to their new homes in Arkansas...
The Day the Lights Went Out (08/19/09)
A long time ago, ice was big business. The ice plant was built on the north side of Thayer in 1912 by M. J. Morse and Clark Hall. Ice was especially crucial in those days. The railroad needed it for the cars that carried fruit and meat during shipment, not to mention residents who used it in their "ice boxes."...
New neighbors bring an old way of life to the area (08/19/09)
Buggies, beards, long dresses and head coverings -- all are descriptive of the Amish people. A familiar sight in Pennsylvania, Iowa and even Missouri, Amish communities are a rarity in Arkansas -- but not anymore. Along the Southfork River in Fulton County a family of Old Order Amish are settling in to their new homes in Arkansas...
Faces & Places: One Day at a Time (08/19/09)
Ben Karn is the epitome of every parents nightmare, as well as every parents dream come true. Karn is a drug abuse nightmare's best success story and has been clean from substance abuse for nearly five years. He is a successful graduate of John 3:16 Ministries, a spiritual faith based treatment center for men with addictions and a poster person for overcoming even the worst addictions...
Death Notices published week of August 20, 2009 (08/19/09)
Don Johnson, 74, of Alton, Mo., died Aug. 13, 2009, at his home in Alton. Arrangements are by Carter Funeral Home of Thayer. Bobby Neil Holder, 72, of Evening Shade, Ark., died Aug. 10, 2009, at his home. Arrangements by Tri-County Funeral Home of Highland...
Death Notices published week of August 20, 2009 (08/19/09)
Don Johnson, 74, of Alton, Mo., died Aug. 13, 2009, at his home in Alton. Arrangements are by Carter Funeral Home of Thayer. Bobby Neil Holder, 72, of Evening Shade, Ark., died Aug. 10, 2009, at his home. Arrangements by Tri-County Funeral Home of Highland...
Death Notices published week of August 20, 2009 (08/19/09)
Don Johnson, 74, of Alton, Mo., died Thursday, Aug. 13, 2009, at his home in Alton. Arrangements are by Carter Funeral Home of Thayer. Bobby Neil Holder, 72, of Evening Shade, Ark., died Monday, Aug. 10, 2009, at his home. Arrangements are by Tri-County Funeral Home of Highland...
Ralph Maddux Underwood (08/19/09)
Ralph and Bethany Underwood of West Plains are the parents of a baby boy, Ralph Maddux. He was born at 8 p.m., July 17, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center. He weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Dale and Deborah Combs, Couch, and Jed and Sandy Underwood, Thayer...
Natalie Paige Burk (08/19/09)
Joey and Cassie Burk of Salem announce the birth of their daughter, Natalie Paige Burk on July 30, 2009, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Ark. Natalie weighed 7 pounds, 13.5 ounces and was 20-1/2 inches long. Grandparents are Joe and Susan Burk of Camp and Paul and Shelia Hickinbotham of Salem...
Allie Marie Green (08/19/09)
Shane and Shelby Green of Thayer are the parents of a baby girl, Allie Marie. She was born at 2:34 p.m., Aug. 2, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. She weighed 5 pounds, 1-1/2 ounces and was 19 inches long. Grandparents are Richard and Cheryl Caldwell, Thayer, and Blue and Carla Green, Mammoth Spring, Ark...
Kendra Jo Henson (08/19/09)
Rick and Tessa Henson of Alton are the parents of a baby girl, Kendra Jo. She was born at 7:54 a.m., Aug. 7, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. She weighed 8 pounds, 3 ounces and was 21 inches long. Her siblings are Christina, 4; Alyssa, 3 and Drew 7...
Corbin Michael Taylor (08/19/09)
Wesley Taylor and Stephanie Reynolds of Thayer are the parents of a baby boy, Corbin Michael Taylor. He was born at 8:26 a.m., Aug. 7, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center. He weighed 6 pounds, 8-1/2 ounces and was 20-1/2 inches long. Grandparents are Lee and Cathy Reynolds, Thayer, and David and Nancy Taylor, Myrtle...
Ralph Maddux Underwood (08/19/09)
Ralph and Bethany Underwood of West Plains are the parents of a baby boy, Ralph Maddux. He was born at 8 p.m., July 17, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center. He weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces and was 20 inches long. Grandparents are Dale and Deborah Combs, Couch, and Jed and Sandy Underwood, Thayer...
Natalie Paige Burk (08/19/09)
Joey and Cassie Burk of Salem announce the birth of their daughter, Natalie Paige Burk on July 30, 2009, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Ark. Natalie weighed 7 pounds, 13.5 ounces and was 20-1/2 inches long. Grandparents are Joe and Susan Burk of Camp and Paul and Shelia Hickinbotham of Salem...
Allie Marie Green (08/19/09)
Shane and Shelby Green of Thayer are the parents of a baby girl, Allie Marie. She was born at 2:34 p.m., Aug. 2, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. She weighed 5 pounds, 1-1/2 ounces and was 19 inches long. Grandparents are Richard and Cheryl Caldwell, Thayer, and Blue and Carla Green, Mammoth Spring, Ark...
Kendra Jo Henson (08/19/09)
Rick and Tessa Henson of Alton are the parents of a baby girl, Kendra Jo. She was born at 7:54 a.m., Aug. 7, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. She weighed 8 pounds, 3 ounces and was 21 inches long. Her siblings are Christina, 4; Alyssa, 3 and Drew 7...
Corbin Michael Taylor (08/19/09)
Wesley Taylor and Stephanie Reynolds of Thayer are the parents of a baby boy, Corbin Michael Taylor. He was born at 8:26 a.m., Aug. 7, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center. He weighed 6 pounds, 8-1/2 ounces and was 20-1/2 inches long. Grandparents are Lee and Cathy Reynolds, Thayer, and David and Nancy Taylor, Myrtle...
Finks to Celebrate 50th Anniversary (08/19/09)
Doyle Fink and Donna Whiteside were married on Aug. 22, 1959, at the home of her parents, Ray and Daisy Whiteside. Doyle's father, George Fink was the minister. Donna's sister, Kay, and Doyle's brother, Loyd, stood up with the couple. Doyle and Donna have two children, Cindi and Michael, who were born in Verdun, France, where their parents were stationed while Doyle served in the U.S. ...
Smiths to Celebrate 30th Anniversary (08/19/09)
Friends and family are invited to attend a 30th anniversary celebration for Larry Donald Gene Smith and Patricia Kay Cunningham Smith. It will be held Aug. 22 at the Salem First Baptist Church beginning at 7 p.m. for a renewal of vows. Omission of gifts is requested, but cards are welcome...
Smiths to Celebrate 30th Anniversary (08/19/09)
Friends and family are invited to attend a 30th anniversary celebration for Larry Donald Gene Smith and Patricia Kay Cunningham Smith. It will be held Aug. 22 at the Salem First Baptist Church beginning at 7 p.m. for a renewal of vows. Omission of gifts is requested, but cards are welcome...
Finks to Celebrate 50th Anniversary (08/19/09)
Doyle Fink and Donna Whiteside were married on Aug. 22, 1959, at the home of her parents, Ray and Daisy Whiteside. Doyle's father, George Fink was the minister. Donna's sister, Kay, and Doyle's brother, Loyd, stood up with the couple. Doyle and Donna have two children, Cindi and Michael, who were born in Verdun, France, where their parents were stationed while Doyle served in the U.S. ...
Fulton County Sheriff's Report (08/19/09)
James Harbour, 63, of Horseshoe Bend was arrested on July 20 for harassing communications, disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing. Harbour was released from Fulton County Jail on Aug. 12 per judge's order. James H. Hurtt, 45, of Mammoth Spring was arrested on Aug. 1 on DWI and third degree domestic battery. Hurtt was released from Fulton County Jail on Aug. 12 per judge's order...
Izard County Sheriff's Report (08/19/09)
A Melbourne man out of jail on bond is back in jail on charges of criminal mischief-second degree. Shelby Joe Roddy, 18, was arrested Thursday accused of damaging an Izard County Road Department grader by throwing a rock through the glass of the cab department. ...
Thayer Police Report (08/19/09)
David Adam Teague, 24, of Thayer, was arrested Aug. 12 for driving on a revoked license, failure to stop for an emergency vehicle and careless and reckless driving. Bond was set at $800. Jillayna K. Wake, 18, of West Plains, was charged Aug. 14 with minor in possession by consumption...
Missouri Highway Patrol (08/19/09)
Daniel S. Fineran, 19, of Koshkonong, was traveling south in his 1992 Chevy S-10 on Route M Aug. 12 when he traveled off the road and overturned his vehicle. The vehicle came to rest in a creek bed. Fineran sustained moderate injuries and was transported by South Howell Ambulance to Ozarks Medical Center. The investigating trooper was D.B. Pounds...
Sharp County Sheriff's Report (08/19/09)
Dalton Erwin, 19, of Williford was arrested Aug. 7 for third degree battery. Dana Bartruff, 35, of Cherokee Village was arrested on Aug. 9 for a failure to pay on a Lawrence County warrant. Danielle Moriart, 20, of Cave City was arrested Aug. 9 for criminal mischief and public intoxication...
Thayer Police Report (08/19/09)
David Adam Teague, 24, of Thayer, was arrested Aug. 12 for driving on a revoked license, failure to stop for an emergency vehicle and careless and reckless driving. Bond was set at $800. Jillayna K. Wake, 18, of West Plains, was charged Aug. 14 with minor in possession by consumption...
Missouri Highway Patrol (08/19/09)
Daniel S. Fineran, 19, of Koshkonong, was traveling south in his 1992 Chevy S-10 on Route M Aug. 12 when he traveled off the road and overturned his vehicle. The vehicle came to rest in a creek bed. Fineran sustained moderate injuries and was transported by South Howell Ambulance to Ozarks Medical Center. The investigating trooper was D.B. Pounds...
Fulton County Sheriff's Report (08/19/09)
James Harbour, 63, of Horseshoe Bend was arrested on July 20 for harassing communications, disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing. Harbour was released from Fulton County Jail on Aug. 12 per judge's order. James H. Hurtt, 45, of Mammoth Spring was arrested on Aug. 1 on DWI and third degree domestic battery. Hurtt was released from Fulton County Jail on Aug. 12 per judge's order...
Izard County Sheriff's Report (08/19/09)
A Melbourne man out of jail on bond is back in jail on charges of criminal mischief-second degree. Shelby Joe Roddy, 18, was arrested Thursday accused of damaging an Izard County Road Department grader by throwing a rock through the glass of the cab department. ...
Sharp County Sheriff's Report (08/19/09)
Dalton Erwin, 19, of Williford was arrested Aug. 7 for third degree battery. Dana Bartruff, 35, of Cherokee Village was arrested on Aug. 9 for a failure to pay on a Lawrence County warrant. Danielle Moriart, 20, of Cave City was arrested Aug. 9 for criminal mischief and public intoxication...
Four Charged with Attempted Theft (08/19/09)
The attempted theft of scrap metal from Highland Window and Door landed four area residents in jail Aug. 1, as the result of the keen eye of a Highland police officer. In an incident report obtained from Highland Police officer Jeremy Stevens, he said that Aug. 1, while on patrol, he noticed two vehicles behind Mr. Oily in Highland...
Sharp County Sheriff's Report (08/19/09)
Dalton Erwin, 19, of Williford was arrested Aug. 7 for third degree battery. Dana Bartruff, 35, of Cherokee Village was arrested on Aug. 9 for a failure to pay on a Lawrence County warrant. Danielle Moriart, 20, of Cave City was arrested Aug. 9 for criminal mischief and public intoxication...
Sharp County District Court (08/19/09)
Adams, Marshall T., 43, speeding, bond forfeit. Aguilar, Beatriz, 32, speeding, bond forfeit; expired tags, dismissed. Anderson, Jeri C., 18, speeding, bond forfeit. Angelly, Hugh, 61, failure to maintain control -- no accident, bond forfeit. Apple, Robert C., 32, failure to pay ucr fee, guilty...
Davisson Celebrates 100th Birthday (08/19/09)
The doctors and staff at Fiorino's Chiropractic Clinic presented a long time patient, Ms. Virgie Davisson, with a dozen red roses to celebrate her upcoming 100th birthday. Ms. Davisson a long time resident of Horseshoe Bend, Ark., has been self-sufficient by mowing her own lawn and painting her house. ...
Davisson Celebrates 100th Birthday (08/19/09)
The doctors and staff at Fiorino's Chiropractic Clinic presented a long time patient, Ms. Virgie Davisson, with a dozen red roses to celebrate her upcoming 100th birthday. Ms. Davisson a long time resident of Horseshoe Bend, Ark., has been self-sufficient by mowing her own lawn and painting her house. ...
Davisson Celebrates 100th Birthday (08/19/09)
The doctors and staff at Fiorino's Chiropractic Clinic presented a long time patient, Ms. Virgie Davisson, with a dozen red roses to celebrate her upcoming 100th birthday. Ms. Davisson a long time resident of Horseshoe Bend, Ark., has been self-sufficient by mowing her own lawn and painting her house. ...
Arkansas Health Department Inspections (08/19/09)
The following are the results of inspections conducted through April 22 by the Arkansas Health Department. The Ash Flat office conducts inspections in Sharp, Fulton and Izard counties. Chuckwagon Restaurant: Hwy. 62/412, Hardy. Date of inspection March 27, 1:30 p.m. ...
Arkansas Health Department Inspections (08/19/09)
The following are the results of inspections conducted through April 22 by the Arkansas Health Department. The Ash Flat office conducts inspections in Sharp, Fulton and Izard counties. Chuckwagon Restaurant: Hwy. 62/412, Hardy. Date of inspection March 27, 1:30 p.m. ...
Arkansas Health Department Inspections (08/19/09)
The following are the results of inspections conducted through April 22 by the Arkansas Health Department. The Ash Flat office conducts inspections in Sharp, Fulton and Izard counties. Chuckwagon Restaurant: Hwy. 62/412, Hardy. Date of inspection March 27, 1:30 p.m. ...