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Stories from Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Health Fair & Car Clinic (09/16/09)
Photo by Steven Looney A community Health Fair and a Car Care Clinic was held last week at the Salem First Baptist Church. The event was free to the public and even included a car wash. More photos next week.
County running out of funds (09/16/09)
The Fulton County Quorum Court was faced with limited options as the financial soundness of the county was discussed during the September meeting of the court. "I don't think we'll get through the year -- that's my opinion," said Judge Charles Willett. "If we go the way we are, it will be very close to being in the negative at the end of the year."...
Five deaths from swine flu reported (09/16/09)
Remember the three 'C's: Clean -- properly wash your hands frequently Cover -- cover your cough and sneezes Contain -- contain your germs by staying home if you are sick
Tree service owner forges checks (09/16/09)
Freeman Davis, owner of Davis Tree Service, was arrested Sept. 8 for two counts of felony forgery. The charges stem from an investigation conducted by the Cherokee Village Police Department that began in July. Freeman Davis, 42, of Mammoth Spring was arrested after two residents of Cherokee Village discovered checks they had written to Davis for tree work had been altered...
Troubled history adds to murder case (09/16/09)
A history of threats and violence marred Rick Gordon's five-year residency in Viola. The dispute resulting in the murder of Joseph Clifton on Sept. 3, involving the two landowners, had stemmed from the purchase of a plow and the right-of-way use of Hidden Woods Trail, a private trail at the end of Big Stone County Road east of Viola. Gordon purchased the plow from Carl Langle over a year ago, said Walter Dillinger, Fulton County Sheriff...
Business Spotlight - Expressions by Dena (09/16/09)
Expressions by Dena is a beauty shop that's all in the family. Owner Dena Barnett runs the shop, which opened in April of 2006, and her niece, Erin Taylor, works alongside her as a stylist. "I love working with Erin. She's family, and we get along great. It's makes things really easy," said Barnett...
Grand Gulf State Park to celebrate 25th Anniversary (09/16/09)
To commemorate its 25th Anniversary, Grand Gulf State Park near Thayer will hold a celebration with an open house Sept. 19 to seek public input. Sponsored by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, the event will provide a way to mark the park's anniversary and give the public an opportunity to comment on the park and its operations...
City of Salem to conduct fall clean-up (09/16/09)
The City of Salem will conduct their annual fall cleanup beginning Monday, Sept. 21 it was announced this week by Salem Mayor Gary G. Clayton. City trucks will run all streets in Salem to pick up accumulations of items that are normally not covered under the regular weekly trash pickup. All items that need to be hauled off must be at the curb no later than 8 a.m. Sept. 21. City trucks will not pick up items placed at the curb after this time...
Hardy men face burglary charges (09/16/09)
Two Hardy men in the their early 20s are facing burglary charges after a break in at a hunting club north of Hardy in Fulton County. A Fulton County deputy responded to a burglary call at the McFadden Ranch Hunt Club on Nine-Mile Ridge, north of Hardy, at about 10 a.m. on Aug. 25...
Gene Williams returns to the stage (09/16/09)
The Horseshoe Bend Opry is reborn
Flu cases on the rise in Missouri (09/16/09)
Sniveling, sneezing, coughing and wiping their hands on everything, kids spread a lot of germs, especially now that they are back in school. The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (MDHSS) reported Sept. 3 that since school has started the number of flu-like illnesses treated in the state's hospitals has gone up to about twice the normal rate...
Forgery charges filed against MS man (09/16/09)
Freeman Davis, owner of Davis Tree Service, was arrested Sept. 8 for two counts of felony forgery. The charges stem from an investigation conducted by the Cherokee Village Police Department that began in July. Freeman Davis, 42, of Mammoth Spring was arrested after two residents of Cherokee Village discovered checks they had written to Davis for tree work had been altered...
Man dies in fall from cell tower (09/16/09)
Justin Stamps, an Oklahoma man, died Sept. 14 around 9:06 a.m. after falling off a cell phone tower in the northern part of Oregon County, according to Tom Clary, Oregon County coroner. Clary said the accident happened around the Rover area. He said Stamps was working on the cell phone tower and fell approximately 325 feet...
Howell-Oregon warns customers about scam (09/16/09)
Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative is warning their customers about two phone scams circulating aimed at stealing a person's identity. Officials from the National Rural Electric Cooperatives Association (NRECA) alerted the co-op to the scams recently that are affecting customers of other co-ops, as well...
Grand Gulf State Park to celebrate 25th Anniversary (09/16/09)
To commemorate its 25th Anniversary, Grand Gulf State Park near Thayer will hold a celebration with an open house Sept. 19 to seek public input. Sponsored by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, the event will provide a way to mark the park's anniversary and give the public an opportunity to comment on the park and its operations...
Funding formula will remain the same (09/16/09)
Missouri's public schools have lost the battle with the state about the public schools' funding formula. School districts challenged the 1993 school funding formula and the 2005 revisions for the funding formula claiming that the formula violated the state and federal constitutions because it violated equal funding protection between both rural and urban schools...
MS Chamber says festival went well (09/16/09)
The Mammoth Spring Chamber of Commerce met Sept. 10 at the Mammoth Spring State Park Pavillion and went over how Solemn Old Judge Days fared over the weekend. Chamber President Glynda Pryor said what the chamber budgeted for R & R Amusement to bring out games and blow-up pens was not enough. ...
Fulton County running out of funds (09/16/09)
The Fulton County Quorum Court was faced with limited options as the financial soundness of the county was discussed during the September meeting of the court. "I don't think we'll get through the year -- that's my opinion," said Judge Charles Willett. "If we go the way we are, it will be very close to being in the negative at the end of the year."...
Troubled history adds to murder case (09/16/09)
A history of threats and violence marred Rick Gordon's five-year residency in Viola. The dispute resulting in the murder of Joseph Clifton on Sept. 3, involving the two landowners, had stemmed from the purchase of a plow and the right-of-way use of Hidden Woods Trail, a private trail at the end of Big Stone County Road east of Viola. Gordon purchased the plow from Carl Langle over a year ago, said Walter Dillinger, Fulton County Sheriff...
Thayer council discuss bell tower repairs (09/16/09)
The Thayer City Council met in regular session Sept. 8 and discussed various issues including the bell tower at city hall. The council discussed the possibility of James Martin doing some masonry work on the bell tower of the city hall building. The cost of doing some masonry repairs on part of the bell tower is around $400 to $500. ...
Gene Williams returns to the stage (09/16/09)
The Horseshoe Bend Opry is reborn
Tree service owner forges checks (09/16/09)
Freeman Davis, owner of Davis Tree Service, was arrested Sept. 8 for two counts of felony forgery. The charges stem from an investigation conducted by the Cherokee Village Police Department that began in July. Freeman Davis, 42, of Mammoth Spring was arrested after two residents of Cherokee Village discovered checks they had written to Davis for tree work had been altered...
Golf Courses get new superintendents (09/16/09)
Golfers in Cherokee Village will be seeing a lot more of a few familiar faces at both the North and South Golf Courses. Aug. 14 the Cherokee Village Suburban Improvement District (SID) announced the promotion of two long time golf course employees, both of who previously served as assistant golf course superintendents...
City discusses membership with Air Evac (09/16/09)
Representatives from Air Evac were present at the Sept. 2 working meeting of the Cherokee Village City Council to present options for membership. The meeting was held at the Cherokee Village City Hall. Jack Bates and Kevin Gorskey explained to the city council the various options available to the city for membership in the Air Evac Life team. ...
Troubled history adds to murder case (09/16/09)
A history of threats and violence marred Rick Gordon's five-year residency in Viola. The dispute resulting in the murder of Joseph Clifton on Sept. 3, involving the two landowners, had stemmed from the purchase of a plow and the right-of-way use of Hidden Woods Trail, a private trail at the end of Big Stone County Road east of Viola. Gordon purchased the plow from Carl Langle over a year ago, said Walter Dillinger, Fulton County Sheriff...
Range debris (09/16/09)
Living in the beautiful Ozarks seems to be a blessing to most in the area. With uninhibited land, woods, rivers, streams and hills, it is no wonder many fall in love with the area. When people deliberately ruin the beauty of the area by throwing trash, glass and other debris out, the issue must be addressed...
New mural in Evening Shade (09/16/09)
Photo/Tammy Curtis A mural was recently completed by Eva Haley on the side of the Evening Shade water supply building. The painting depicts the old Thompson Roller Mill which was an important part of life to those who lived in Evening Shade in the late 1800s and early 1900s...
Traveling art exhibit opens at Highland schools (09/16/09)
Keri Gabric, Highland Middle School's art teacher said it was so exciting going through the huge red trunk that arrived in the mail for the art department at the school. The carefully crated trunk contained works of art by Arkansas youth from kindergarten through 12th grade and is being put on exhibit through the Arkansas Arts Center in Little Rock. ...
School's drug testing (09/16/09)
For many parents, having a random drug testing policy in their child's school system gives them some piece of mind. Cave City School was one of the first schools in the state to implement a policy of this type. Cave City Principal Mark Walling says that the school offers this testing as a precautionary measure against any student who might consider drug use. ...
Head-on collision yields serious injuries (09/16/09)
The four lane at Highland near St. Michael's Catholic Church was the site of a head-on collision on Sept. 6 that resulted in serious injuries to a local boy and moderate injuries to an area man. The accident occurred around 3:45 p.m. when the 2002 Saab driven by Bradley L. Smith, 18, of Highland crossed four lanes of traffic and hit the 2008 Honda Pilot driven by Waldo H. Buesher, 75, of Cherokee Village...
Hardy men face burglary charges (09/16/09)
Two Hardy men in the their early 20s are facing burglary charges after a break in at a hunting club north of Hardy in Fulton County. A Fulton County deputy responded to a burglary call at the McFadden Ranch Hunt Club on Nine-Mile Ridge, north of Hardy, at about 10 a.m. on Aug. 25...
Sitting up here watching airplanes (09/16/09)
For a man from the small town of Williford, Ark., being in control of one of the busiest airspaces in America is a far cry from the quiet wooded area from which he called home. United States Air Force Staff Sergeant Steven Williams, a 2000 graduate of Williford High School, has a very important job. He works as an air traffic controller at Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas, Nev. The base is one of the busiest fighter bases in the nation...
Izard County, Melbourne top district field (09/16/09)
Make it four in a row for Rachel Harmon. With a low score of 81, Izard County's Harmon earned her fourth straight district medalist title Sept. 9 at The Golf Course on Turkey Mountain in Horseshoe Bend. Harmon's 81 helped pave the way for the Lady Cougars to take the 2A North District Tournament championship with a team score of 304...
Greyhounds/Panthers canceled (09/16/09)
The Salem Greyhounds' Sept. 11 meeting with the Yellville-Summit Panthers was canceled after a wreck earlier that afternoon involving five Yellville football players took place on a rural Marion County road. The one-vehicle accident had one fatality, while the other four players were transported to hospitals in Mountain Home and Springfield...
Junior Hounds dominate Rector (09/16/09)
Dominant. That's about the only way to describe the Salem junior Greyhounds' 3-2A Conference opener against Rector Sept. 10 at Greyhound Stadium. Dominant. The junior Hounds simply had their way all night long on both sides of the ball and cruised to a 38-8 victory over the junior Cougars...
Big Green swamps Greenwave (09/16/09)
Not at 100 percent, Bobcats still send Malden home with loss
Eagan, Cooper district medalists (09/16/09)
Tommy Eagan once again claimed medalist honors at the 3-4A District Tournament Sept. 10 at RidgePointe Country Club in Jonesboro. Eagan's 73 helped the Highland Rebels finish third in the tourney with a team score of 302. Valley View finished first with a 242, while Trumann came in second with a 275...
Lady Rebs second at Hurricane Classic (09/16/09)
The Highland Lady Rebels finished second at the annual Hurricane Classic Sept. 12 at Jonesboro County Club. Greene County Tech took top honors with a team score of 248, while Highland shot a 282. Marion was third with a 294, with Hot Springs Lakeside (303) and Jonesboro (309) rounding out the top five...
Eagles too much for Rebels (09/16/09)
In the opening week, Highland used the stormy weather and wet field to contain Class 6A Mountain Home's option game and nearly pulled off the upset, falling 14-7 at home on Sept. 4. It should be noted that Mountain Home beat Harrison 35-28 at home in week two...
Southside shutout (09/16/09)
It might not have turned out exactly like Cave City Head Coach Jon Bradley had it drawn up, but his Cavemen nevertheless topped the Southside Southerners for the third straight time in the 167 Showdown Sept. 11 at Stewart Field in Southside. Cave City looked sluggish, and at times lost, during the first half of play...
Cavemen open with victory (09/16/09)
As far as season-openers go, this year's couldn't have been any further removed from last year's for the Cave City Cavemen. Last season, Cave City gave up 47 points in a home loss to the Walnut Ridge Bobcats. This season, the Cavemen traveled to Walnut Ridge and held the Bobcats to just six points, en route to a 35-6 rout Sept. 4 in the first game of the 2009 season for both squads...
Junior Rebs bounce back, blow by Hornets (09/16/09)
After struggling at home against Hoxie in week one, the Highland Junior Rebels made it clear they would not struggle against Harrisburg. Highland fought off the Hornets and the mosquitoes for a 26-0 road victory Sept. 10. Freshman running back Sterling Stowers fumbled on the Junior Rebs first possession, but made up for it by hauling in an arching pass from Quinton Maag by stealing it away from the defender and retaining his footing so that he could run in for a 46-yard touchdown. ...
Hog Calls (09/16/09)
FAYETTEVILLE -- Consider the twittered idiocies recorded forever on the Internet and perhaps in 20 to 25 years our public offices will be nearly vacant. Most everyone of current college age might be too afraid to run for anything but cover for fear of a twittered stupidity or Facebook folly coming back to haunt them...
Salem to host clash between WBC, NorthArk softball teams (09/16/09)
The Williams Baptist Lady Eagles softball squad will play the North Arkansas Community College Lady Pioneers Sept. 29 at Salem High School. Salem's own Laci Long, an All-Conference and All-State catcher for the Lady Hounds, will be returning to her home field as a member of the NorthArk Lady Pioneers...
Local golfers fare well at USJG (09/16/09)
Izard County standout Rachel Harmon came in second at the United States Junior Golf Tour Tournament held at Coopers Hawk Golf Club in Melbourne Sept. 6. Harmon shot an opening round score of 77 in the two-day event and trailed eventual champion Mary Tunnell (75) of Memphis by two strokes...
Mighty Mites ready to rumble (09/16/09)
The Salem Greyhound Mighty Mite football 2009 schedule is as follows: Third grade game @ 5:30 p.m.; Fifth grade game @ 7 p.m. Fourth grade game @ 5:30 p.m.; Sixth grade game at 7 p.m. Game times, unless noted otherwise, are: Third grade @ 10 a.m.; fourth grade @ 11:30 a.m.; fifth grade @ 1 p.m.; sixth grade @ 2:30 p.m...
Hot Pink Golf Tourney on tap at Cherokee Village North Course (09/16/09)
The Cherokee Village Women's 18-Hole Golf Association is set to host the third annual Hot Pink Golf Tournament to benefit breast cancer awareness. Proceeds from the tournament will go to the Susan G. Komen Arkansas Affiliate in Little Rock. The tournament will be held on the North Golf Course in Cherokee Village Oct. 7 and will be a two-lady scramble...
Tri-County Champions (09/16/09)
CHAMPIONS: The Mammoth Spring Little League 9- to 10-year-old boys won the 2009 Tri-County Championship. Top row, from left are: Coach Corey Johnson, Brandon Tate, Isaiah DeShazo, Jacob Simers, Landen Bailey, Jeffery Hawkins, Austin Janes, Sean Bailey and assistant Coach Brian Tate; bottom: Colton Powell, Hunter Morris, Kobe Myer, Slade Richardson, Bailey Walsh, Blaine Nicholson and Alec Johnson. Not Pictured: Jordan Dalrymple...
Walsh wins another WPMS feature (09/16/09)
Great Rivers Distributing of West Plains, the area Budweiser distributor, sponsored the weekly race program Sept. 12 at West Plains Motor Speedway. Ash Flat's Shawn Walsh won yet another Modified feature during the Budweiser sponsored event. In the Super Stock division, Stan Ellison took the first place honors...
Tri-County Champions (09/16/09)
CHAMPIONS: The Mammoth Spring Little League 9- to 10-year-old boys won the 2009 Tri-County Championship. Top row, from left are: Coach Corey Johnson, Brandon Tate, Isaiah DeShazo, Jacob Simers, Landen Bailey, Jeffery Hawkins, Austin Janes, Sean Bailey and assistant Coach Brian Tate; bottom: Colton Powell, Hunter Morris, Kobe Myer, Slade Richardson, Bailey Walsh, Blaine Nicholson and Alec Johnson. Not Pictured: Jordan Dalrymple...
Spring River starts fast, can't keep it up (09/16/09)
The trip to Jonesboro did not have the expected positive results for the Spring River senior softballers on Sept. 3. In game one, Spring River started like an Ozark thunderstorm. They scored early and often, but the  Jonesboro team answered back with an offense of their own...
Hot Pink Golf Tourney on tap at Cherokee Village North Course (09/16/09)
The Cherokee Village Women's 18-Hole Golf Association is set to host the third annual Hot Pink Golf Tournament to benefit breast cancer awareness. Proceeds from the tournament will go to the Susan G. Komen Arkansas Affiliate in Little Rock. The tournament will be held on the North Golf Course in Cherokee Village Oct. 7 and will be a two-lady scramble...
Death Notices published week of September 17, 2009 (09/16/09)
David L. Palmer, 51, of Horseshoe Bend, Ark., died Sept. 4, 2009, at Horseshoe Bend. Arrangements by Tri-County Funeral Home of Highland, Ark. Timmy Lee Huskey, 54, of Cave City, Ark., died Sept. 5, 2009, at Batesville, Ark. Arrangements by Qualls Funeral Home, Cave City, Ark...
Death Notices published week of September 17, 2009 (09/16/09)
David L. Palmer, 51, of Horseshoe Bend, Ark., died Sept. 4, 2009, at Horseshoe Bend. Arrangements by Tri-County Funeral Home of Highland, Ark. Timmy Lee Huskey, 54, of Cave City, Ark., died Sept. 5, 2009, at Batesville, Ark. Arrangements by Qualls Funeral Home, Cave City, Ark...
Account Established for Joseph Clifton Family (09/16/09)
An account has been established in honor of Joseph Clifton. Clifton died Sept. 3 in Viola. He leaves behind a wife, Denise, and a son, Jenkins, 2. Donations are being accepted at all Bank of Salem branches to help the family with expenses. For more information contact the Bank of Salem at 870-895-2591...
Death Notices published week of September 17, 2009 (09/16/09)
David L. Palmer, 51, of Horseshoe Bend, Ark., died Sept. 4, 2009, at Horseshoe Bend. Arrangements by Tri-County Funeral Home of Salem, Ark. Timmy Lee Huskey, 54, of Cace City, Ark., died Sept. 5, 2009, at Batesville, Ark. Arrangements by Qualls Funeral Home, Cave City, Ark...
Aniston Taylor Harris (09/16/09)
Joel and Leslie Harris, Nixa, Mo., are the proud parents of a baby girl born at 4:06 p.m. on Aug. 10, 2009, at Cox Medical Center in Springfield, Mo. She weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces and has been named Aniston Taylor Harris. Grandparents are Tom and Erma Harris of Glencoe, Ark., Willard and Gail Hand of Pottersville, Mo., Lisa Brewer of Mountain View, Mo., and the late Kelly Brewer...
Thomas James Bohannon (09/16/09)
Thomas James Bohannon was born to Nicole Booth Bohannon and James Bohannon on July 28, 2009. He weighed 6 pounds and 10 ounces and was 20 inches in length. His paternal grandparents are Billy Bohannon of West Plains, Mo., and Tina Hardy of Minnesota. Maternal grandparents are Stanley and Charlene Booth of Moko, Ark...
Emma Jo Wigger (09/16/09)
Shelby and Hannah wish to announce the arrival of their new baby sister, Emma Jo Wigger. She arrived at 3:23 p.m. Aug. 21, 2009, weighing in at 7 pounds, 14 ounces and was 21-1/4 inches in length. She was born at Cox South Hospital in Springfield, Mo...
Aniston Taylor Harris (09/16/09)
Joel and Leslie Harris, Nixa, Mo., are the proud parents of a baby girl born at 4:06 p.m. on Aug. 10, 2009, at Cox Medical Center in Springfield, Mo. She weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces and has been named Aniston Taylor Harris. Grandparents are Tom and Erma Harris of Glencoe, Ark., Willard and Gail Hand of Pottersville, Mo., Lisa Brewer of Mountain View, Mo., and the late Kelly Brewer...
Thomas James Bohannon (09/16/09)
Emma Jo Wigger (09/16/09)
Shelby and Hannah wish to announce the arrival of their new baby sister, Emma Jo Wigger. She arrived at 3:23 p.m. Aug. 21, 2009, weighing in at 7 pounds, 14 ounces and was 21-1/4 inches in length. She was born at Cox South Hospital in Springfield, Mo...
Martin - Campbell (09/16/09)
Jimmie and Nicie Martin of Agnos, Ark., would like to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Shayna Eve Martin to Brandon James Campbell on Sept. 20 at 2 p.m. at the bride's parents' home in Agnos. All friends and family are invited to attend. A reception will follow...
Shrable-Claypool (09/16/09)
Coy and Debbie Shrable of Gepp, Ark., announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Kylee Marie Shrable to Cy Evan Claypool, son of the late Jerry Claypool and Mitzi Crenko of Mountain Home. Kylee is employed as a registered nurse at the Cline Emergency Center at Baxter Regional Medical Center...
Martin - Campbell (09/16/09)
Jimmie and Nicie Martin of Agnos, Ark., would like to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Shayna Eve Martin to Brandon James Campbell on Sept. 20 at 2 p.m. at the bride's parents' home in Agnos. All friends and family are invited to attend. A reception will follow...
Shrable-Claypool (09/16/09)
Coy and Debbie Shrable of Gepp, Ark., announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Kylee Marie Shrable to Cy Evan Claypool, son of the late Jerry Claypool and Mitzi Crenko of Mountain Home. Kylee is employed as a registered nurse at the Cline Emergency Center at Baxter Regional Medical Center...
Clarks celebrate 25th anniversary (09/16/09)
Rick and Tracy Clark of Mammoth Spring celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sept. 7. They were married at the home of Tracy's parents, Luther and Norma Blackburn. Tracy's dress was made by her mother. Rick is the son of Betty and the late Jack Clark of Mammoth Spring. They have two sons, Johnny and wife Andrea of Mountain Home and David, a senior at Mammoth Spring High School...
Reynolds celebrates 99 years (09/16/09)
On Sept. 5,, Ada Lee Reynolds, former long time resident of Thayer and Myrtle, Mo., wife of the late Lehman Reynolds, auctioneer, celebrated her 99th birthday with her son, David Reynolds of Rolla, Mo. Ada currently resides at Table Rock Health Care, 207 Fountain Lane, Kimberling City, Mo. 65686, and is always happy to hear from her friends back in Oregon County...
Betty Clark celebrates her 80th birthday (09/16/09)
Betty Clark of Mammoth Spring celebrated her 80th birthday with her family Aug. 11 at the home of her son, Rick Clark. In attendance: daughter-in-law, Tracy, son Rick, grandson David, son Mike, granddaughter-in-law Andrea, grandson Johnny and M.J, daughter-in-law Patti, Betty and granddaughter Lacy...
Clarks celebrate 25th anniversary (09/16/09)
Rick and Tracy Clark of Mammoth Spring celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sept. 7. They were married at the home of Tracy's parents, Luther and Norma Blackburn. Tracy's dress was made by her mother. Rick is the son of Betty and the late Jack Clark of Mammoth Spring. They have two sons, Johnny and wife Andrea of Mountain Home and David, a senior at Mammoth Spring High School...
Reynolds celebrates 99 years (09/16/09)
On Sept. 5,, Ada Lee Reynolds, former long time resident of Thayer and Myrtle, Mo., wife of the late Lehman Reynolds, auctioneer, celebrated her 99th birthday with her son, David Reynolds of Rolla, Mo. Ada currently resides at Table Rock Health Care, 207 Fountain Lane, Kimberling City, Mo. 65686, and is always happy to hear from her friends back in Oregon County...
Fulton County Sheriff's Report (09/16/09)
Zach Walters, 20, of Cherokee Village was arrested on warrants on April 1 for possession with the intent to deliver a controlled substance (methamphetamine). Walters was transferred to the Department of Corrections (DOC) on Sept 11. Russ (Neil) McMurtrey, 33, of Mammoth Spring was arrested on June 23 on bond revocation. McMurtey received an additional charge on July 15 for furnishing prohibited articles. McMurtey was transferred to the DOC on Sept. 11...
Horseshoe Bend City Court (09/16/09)
Defendant, violation, officer, total, judgment. Cameron, Jeffrey, speeding, Davis, $90, bond forfeiture; no proof insurance, Davis, 25, bond forfeiture. Danielson, Jerri Dean, speeding, Davis, $102, bond forfeiture. Davis, Robin, driver's license suspended for DWI, Roberts, continued to Sept. 8...
Cherokee Village Police Report (09/16/09)
Kara Versteraete, 18, of Hardy was cited Aug. 23 for no driver's license, careless driving and no proof of insurance. Billy McKinney, 26, of Hardy was cited Aug. 25 for driver's license suspended and driving left of center. Charles Fulghum, 81, of Cherokee Village was cited Aug. 25 for a Cherokee Village warrant for failure to appear...
Thayer Police Report (09/16/09)
Trevor C. Vincent, 19, of Mammoth Spring, Ark., was arrested Sept. 12 for the Class C felony of sexual assault. He bonded out on a $25,000 bond.
Fulton County Sheriff's Report (09/16/09)
Zach Walters, 20, of Cherokee Village was arrested on warrants on April 1 for possession with the intent to deliver a controlled substance (methamphetamine). Walters was transferred to the Department of Corrections (DOC) on Sept 11. Russ (Neil) McMurtrey, 33, of Mammoth Spring was arrested on June 23 on bond revocation. McMurtey received an additional charge on July 15 for furnishing prohibited articles. McMurtey was transferred to the DOC on Sept. 11...
Cherokee Village Police Report (09/16/09)
Justin Wilkerson, 22, of Hardy was cited Sept. 6 for careless driving and leaving the scene of an accident. Tonya Ballard, 29, of Cherokee Village was cited Sept. 6 for speeding. Paul Pena, 42, of Cherokee Village was cited Sept. 5 for driver's license suspended and no vehicle license...
Thayer Police Report (09/16/09)
Trevor C. Vincent, 19, of Mammoth Spring, Ark., was arrested Sept. 12 for the Class C felony of sexual assault. He bonded out on a $25,000 bond.
Cherokee Village Police Report (09/16/09)
Kara Versteraete, 18, of Hardy was cited Aug. 23 for no driver's license, careless driving and no proof of insurance. Billy McKinney, 26, of Hardy was cited Aug. 25 for driver's license suspended and driving left of center. Charles Fulghum, 81, of Cherokee Village was cited Aug. 25 for a Cherokee Village warrant for failure to appear...
Fulton County Sheriff's Report (09/16/09)
Matt Thompson, 27, of Viola was arrested on Aug. 29 for public intoxication and violation of conditions of bond. Thompson was released from Fulton County Jail on Aug. 31. Alan Thiemer, 47, of Salem was arrested for DWI and other pending charges on July 19. Thiemer was released from Fulton County Jail on Sept. 2 on $10,000 bond...