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Stories from Thursday, October 1, 2009

Here's How It's Done (10/01/09)
Using the saw to make one cut down-one cut up and the final cut back down. For more photos of Myrtle's Yester Daze and Thayer's Fall Festival pick up an issue of next week's South Missourian News. Photo by Steven W. Looney
First flu shot clinic held (10/01/09)
Several people stopped by the Fun and Friends Senior Center in Thayer and the Alton Senior Center to receive their flu shot Sept. 28. Now that the H1N1 virus is in the mix along with the seasonal flu, people are trying to prepare themselves and their families by getting a normal flu shot and waiting until later this month to get the H1N1 vaccine...
Thayer receives new Community Field House (10/01/09)
The smell of grass, dirt and sweat mingles with that of cheesy nachos and hot dogs among the wild Bobcat fans in the bleachers on Friday nights. These fans not only cheer on the football team on Friday, but on all days of the year and do what they can to help the team out...
Black Walnut harvest welcomed with festival (10/01/09)
=As the days get a little chillier, the walnuts, or Black Gold, get riper on the trees. Walnut harvesting time is growing near and Alton's 24th Annual Black Gold Walnut Festival welcomes the harvest in on Oct. 3 on the square from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. There will be a pumpkin carving contest, a Best Walnut Pickin' Costume contest and a best decorated booth contest...
Event to highlight Narrows history (10/01/09)
The Mark Twain National Forest Eleven Point Ranger District and the Oregon County Commissioners will sponsor an event on the Narrows that will tell visitors about the history of the Narrows and the Morgan Spring area. The event will be held Oct. 24 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m...
Fall weather gives reprieve from rain (10/01/09)
Now that fall is here, people can get a bit of a reprieve from the unusually wet summer. Although the National Weather Service does not have weather stations in Oregon County, Doug Cramer, a NWS meteorologist out of Springfield, was able to give estimates of precipitation based on radar...
Head-on collision kills one, sends one to Springfield hospital (10/01/09)
A Horseshoe Bend woman died and a Salem man suffered serious injuries in a head-on collision Sept. 25 at 2:40 p.m. The accident occurred on U.S. Highway 62 approximately 3.5 miles east of Salem near the King Ready Mix entrance. Genevieve Thomas, 74, of Horseshoe Bend died at the scene...
Budgets chopped (10/01/09)
County must cut budget by 20 percent
Compassionate act brings national attention (10/01/09)
As inspirational writer William Arthur Ward said, "Adversity causes some men to break, others to break records." Nothing could be truer than the act of kindness that has brought national attention to Cave City football player Thamail Morgan. With his team already up by two touchdowns, Morgan knelt in respect at the 2-yard line in the final seconds of the Cavemen's Sept. 18 home football game against Yellville-Summit...
Budgets chopped (10/01/09)
County must cut budget by 20 percent
Salem Homecoming Queen (10/01/09)
Lyndsey Watkins was crowned the 2009 Homecoming Queen during a pre-game ceremony Sept. 25 at the Salem High School. Lyndsey is the daughter of Scott and Michalle Watkins. She was escorted by Ty Berry and David Foster. Additional photos on page 2. Photo by Emily McIntosh...
Head-on collision kills one, sends one to Springfield hospital (10/01/09)
A Horseshoe Bend woman died and a Salem man suffered serious injuries in a head-on collision Sept. 25 at 2:40 p.m. The accident occurred on U.S. Highway 62 approximately 3.5 miles east of Salem near the King Ready Mix entrance. Genevieve Thomas, 74, of Horseshoe Bend died at the scene...
Compassionate act brings national attention (10/01/09)
As inspirational writer William Arthur Ward said, "Adversity causes some men to break, others to break records." Nothing could be truer than the act of kindness that has brought national attention to Cave City football player Thamail Morgan. With his team already up by two touchdowns, Morgan knelt in respect at the 2-yard line in the final seconds of the Cavemen's Sept. 18 home football game against Yellville-Summit...
Fallen soldier has local ties (10/01/09)
An Arkansas soldier, with family in Cherokee Village was killed Sept. 10 while serving his country in Afghanistan. A proclamation obtained from Arkansas Governor Mike Beebe said First Lieutenant Tyler Edward Parten, 24, of Jonesboro was killed when insurgents attacked his unit where he was the platoon leader. Parten was a member of the Army's 3rd Squadron, 61st Calvary Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division out of Fort Carson, Colo...
Act of compassion illicits national attention (10/01/09)
Lottery Tickets Now On Sale (10/01/09)
Joe Herron was one of the first customers to purchase the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery scratch off tickets at the Ash Flat Citgo Sept. 28. The tickets that will fund Arkansas Scholarships went on sale at midnight Sept. 28. Other than having some trouble getting the tickets to scan correctly at the Evening Shade Citgo, the sales went off without any major issues. Photo/Tammy Curtis...
Fallen soldier has local ties (10/01/09)
An Arkansas soldier, with family in Cherokee Village was killed Sept. 10 while serving his country in Afghanistan. A proclamation obtained from Arkansas Governor Mike Beebe said First Lieutenant Tyler Edward Parten, 24, of Jonesboro was killed when insurgents attacked his unit where he was the platoon leader. Parten was a member of the Army's 3rd Squadron, 61st Calvary Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division out of Fort Carson, Colo...
Building inspector/code enforcement officer and flood plain manager hired (10/01/09)
Members of the Ash Flat City Council reviewed applications for the multipurpose job of city building inspector/code enforcement officer and flood plain manager at their regular monthly meeting held Sept. 21 at Ash Flat City Hall. Members of the council also discussed the Sharp and Fulton County Advalorem Tax, but the discussion was tabled until the next meeting...
Swine Flu topic of chamber meeting (10/01/09)
Mary Scott, R.N., B.S.N., was the guest speaker at the Spring River Area Chamber of Commerce's monthly meeting Sept. 15 at Words and Afterwords in Hardy. Scott has been the Sharp County Health Unit's clinic coordinator since 1985. She has a bachelor of science degree in nursing from Robert Wesleyan College in Rochester, N.Y., where she graduated in 1971. Scott moved to Arkansas in 1985 and married Bob Scott. She has four step-children, nine grandchildren and four great- grandchildren...
Weather cam, stage take center stage during meeting (10/01/09)
The arrival of the stage for the city of Hardy and the location of the KAIT8 weather camera were the main topics of the regular monthly meeting of the Hardy Advertising and Promotions Committee Sept. 16 at Hardy City Hall. Hardy Mayor Nina Thornton presented to the committee pictures of the new stage that arrived Sept. ...
An Area Business Salute- Ash Flat Livestock Auction (10/01/09)
A half a century is a true testament to survival of the fittest and this is exactly what the Nix family has done with the Ash Flat Livestock Auction. The business will celebrate 50 years of service to their hometown community in January and that is something to be proud of...
THAYER 47, HOUSTON 27 ... Bobcats run over Tigers (10/01/09)
For a team that's had precious little in the way of a consistent starting lineup through the first five weeks of the season, the Thayer Bobcats have sure proven they are one consistent bunch -- regardless of who is on the field. And that trend continued Sept. 25 with a trip to the Mellman Sports Complex and a clash with the Houston Tigers...
Cooper regional medalist with 68 (10/01/09)
The Melbourne Bearkatz, led by medalist Sam Cooper, cruised to the Class 2A Region 2 Tournament title Sept. 22 at Cooper's Hawk Golf Course in Melbourne. Cooper's four-under 68 was low score for the day, helping the Katz to a team score of 222. East Poinsett County and Ridgefield Christian finished with a 266 each. EPC earned second place by defeating Ridgefield Christian in a playoff...
SALEM 43, CEDAR RIDGE 8 ... Hounds keep rollin' (10/01/09)
T-Wolves have no answer for potent Salem offense in 35-point Greyhound rout
Thank you, Salem (10/01/09)
Recently, our community suffered a tremendous loss with the passing of Kymball Duffy, a junior at Yellville-Summit High School and member of the Panthers' football team. Kymball was on his way home with four other boys to share in the pre-game meal his mother had prepared for the team prior to Yellville-Summit hosting the Salem Greyhounds in a non-conference football game...
Mighty Mite Hounds clash with Melbourne Bearkatz (10/01/09)
The Salem Mighty Mite Greyhounds tussled with the Melbourne Bearkatz Sept. 19, and the day kicked off with the third-grade teams going at it. In this one, Melbourne started quick and was up 20-0 at the half. But Salem came out strong after the intermission ready to go...
Eagan adds another medalist title to resume (10/01/09)
A year after earning runner-up medalist honors in the Class 4A Region 2 boys' golf tournament, Highland's Tommy Eagan took things up one notch and finished as top dog this year. Eagan's two-over 74 was good enough for medalist honors Sept. 23 in the regional tournament at Batesville's Eagle Mountain Golf Course...
HIGHLAND 0, NEWPORT 42 Rebs unable to stop Greyhounds' ground attack (10/01/09)
Newport runs for 400 yards, hands Highland 3-4A loss
Junior Rebs shake off early miscue, drop Trumann (10/01/09)
A Nathan Maxwell pick of a Quinton Maag pass on the third play of the game set up an early score for the Trumann Junior Wildcats, but the junior Reb defense wouldn't let the Cats into the end zone again and the offense rebounded for two touchdowns to give Highland a 14-8 conference victory over Trumann at Rebel Memorial Field on Sept. 24...
Grizzlies eighth in tourney (10/01/09)
The Missoui State University-West Plains men's club golf team placed eighth out of 14 teams at Harding University's Bison Fall Golf Classic Sept. 21-22 at the Stone Links Golf Course in North Little. Freshman Taylor Vanzandt of Cassville paced the Grizzlies in the 36-hole event, shooting rounds of 78 and 69 for a tournament total 147 to finish among the top 20 players...
Miners blanked by Wisconsin-LaCrosse (10/01/09)
Missouri S&T struggled all day long with a ranked team from the Division III ranks, suffering a 48-0 loss Sept. 25 at Wisconsin-LaCrosse. The Miners were blanked for the first time in 71 games, as they were held off the scoreboard for the first time since the next-to-last game of the 2002 season when Washburn beat S&T...
Improved turkey nest success should lead to better hunting (10/01/09)
Things are looking up for Missouri's wild turkey flock and for those who hunt the wily birds. That is the latest word from resource scientist Tom Dailey. He bases his optimistic outlook on results from a statewide survey. Each summer, volunteers send in reports of the number of wild turkey hens they see and how many poults (little turkeys) each hen has with her. In 2007, the statewide poult-to-hen ratio was 1.1 to 1. Last year it fell to one poult per hen...
AGFC pulls plug on fall turkey hunting season (10/01/09)
With the opening day less than a week away, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has voted to cancel the fall turkey hunting season over concerns that the bird population was getting too low. The commission voted 4-3 Sept. 17 to cancel the fall season, after a few weeks of discussion...
Elk hunter scores the second time around (10/01/09)
If at first you don't succeed ... Horace Smith believes in the old adage. He kept trying. And he came up with a fine 6x6 bull elk that weighed 801 pounds on the second day of the September 2009 elk hunt in Arkansas' Buffalo River country. The hunt opened Sept. 21 and closed Sept. 25...
AGFC pulls plug on fall turkey hunting season (10/01/09)
With the opening day less than a week away, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has voted to cancel the fall turkey hunting season over concerns that the bird population was getting too low. The commission voted 4-3 Sept. 17 to cancel the fall season, after a few weeks of discussion...
Turkey Trot, calling contest on tap in Yellville (10/01/09)
The 64th annual Turkey Trot, featuring the oldest wild turkey calling contest in the nation, will be Oct. 9-10 on the Yellville town square. Other activities will include a parade, quilt show, 5K run, lip sync contest, pizza gobble, art show, and turkey dinner...
Death Notices published week of Sept. 30, 2009 (10/01/09)
Dolores A. Gross, 76, of Flint, Mich., died Aug. 29, 2009, at her daughter's residence. Arrangements by Swartz Funeral Home. Dennis Vardell, 53, of Williford, Ark., died Sept. 22, 2009, at White River Medical Center at Batesville, Ark. Arrangements by Tri-County Funeral Home of Highland...
Death Notices published week of Sept. 30, 2009 (10/01/09)
Dolores A. Gross, 76, of Flint, Mich., died Aug. 29, 2009, at her daughter's residence. Arrangements by Swartz Funeral Home. Dennis Vardell, 53, of Williford, Ark., died Sept. 22, 2009, at White River Medical Center at Batesville, Ark. Arrangements by Tri-County Funeral Home of Highland...
Death Notices published week of Sept. 30, 2009 (10/01/09)
Fauncine Anderson Mobley, 62, of Chatham, Miss., formerly of Cave City, Ark., died Sept. 16, 2009, in Greenville, Miss. Arrangements under the direction of the Qualls Funeral Home. Genevieve Jeanne Thomas, 74, of Horseshoe Bend, Ark., died Sept. 25, 2009, at Salem, Ark. Barker Horseshoe Bend Memorial Chapel in charge of arrangements...
Jaykob Levi Dawson (10/01/09)
Judson and Christina Dawson of Glencoe, Ark., announce the birth of their son, Jaykob Levi Dawson. Jaykob was born Tuesday, July 28, 2009, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. He arrived at 1:55 p.m., weighing 9 pounds, 9.6 ounces and was 22-1/2 inches in lenth...
Wyatt Joseph Malachi Rickey (10/01/09)
Wyatt Joseph Malachi Rickey was born to Charles Vernon and Nicole Elizabeth Ann Rickey in Siloam Springs, Ark., Sept. 2, 2009. He weighed 8 pounds 7 ounces and was 20-1/2 inches long. He has one brother Noah Riley Keyth Rickey, age 2-1/2. He is the grandson of Gaye and Charles Rickey of Powhattan and Stephen and Michelle Bruce of Cherokee Village...
Madelyn Grace Crowe (10/01/09)
James and Karen Crowe of Camp, Ark., are the proud parents of a baby girl, Madelyn Grace, born at 7:10 p.m. on Sept. 3, 2009, at Baxter Regional Hospital in Mountain Home, Ark. She weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces and was 18-3/4 inches long. Grandparents are James and Anna Crowe, Barbara Elliott and the late Carl Elliott, Roberta Godwin and the late Martin Godwin...
Jaykob Levi Dawson (10/01/09)
Judson and Christina Dawson of Glencoe, Ark., announce the birth of their son, Jaykob Levi Dawson. Jaykob was born Tuesday, July 28, 2009, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home. He arrived at 1:55 p.m., weighing 9 pounds, 9.6 ounces and was 22-1/2 inches in lenth...
Wyatt Joseph Malachi Rickey (10/01/09)
Wyatt Joseph Malachi Rickey was born to Charles Vernon and Nicole Elizabeth Ann Rickey in Siloam Springs, Ark., Sept. 2, 2009. He weighed 8 pounds 7 ounces and was 20-1/2 inches long. He has one brother Noah Riley Keyth Rickey, age 2-1/2. He is the grandson of Gaye and Charles Rickey of Powhattan and Stephen and Michelle Bruce of Cherokee Village...
Madelyn Grace Crowe (10/01/09)
James and Karen Crowe of Camp, Ark., are the proud parents of a baby girl, Madelyn Grace, born at 7:10 p.m. on Sept. 3, 2009, at Baxter Regional Hospital in Mountain Home, Ark. She weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces and was 18-3/4 inches long. Grandparents are James and Anna Crowe, Barbara Elliott and the late Carl Elliott, Roberta Godwin and the late Martin Godwin...
Wyatt Joseph Malachi Rickey (10/01/09)
Wyatt Joseph Malachi Rickey was born to Charles Vernon and Nicole Elizabeth Ann Rickey in Siloam Springs, Ark., Sept. 2, 2009. He weighed 8 pounds 7 ounces and was 20-1/2 inches long. He has one brother Noah Riley Keyth Rickey, age 2-1/2. He is the grandson of Gaye and Charles Rickey of Powhattan and Stephen and Michelle Bruce of Cherokee Village...
Madelyn Grace Crowe (10/01/09)
James and Karen Crowe of Camp, Ark., are the proud parents of a baby girl, Madelyn Grace, born at 7:10 p.m. on Sept. 3, 2009, at Baxter Regional Hospital in Mountain Home, Ark. She weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces and was 18-3/4 inches long. Grandparents are James and Anna Crowe, Barbara Elliott and the late Carl Elliott, Roberta Godwin and the late Martin Godwin...
Aniston Taylor Harris (10/01/09)
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...
Lund -- Traw (10/01/09)
Dalton and Dallas Lund would like to announce the upcoming marriage of their mother Dayna Leigh Lund of Salem to Jimmy Leroy Traw, the son of Ray and Alice Traw of Alton, Mo. Wedding vows will be exchanged Saturday, Oct. 10, at the Salem City Park at 2 p.m. A reception to follow at the Orange Room...
Lund -- Traw (10/01/09)
Dalton and Dallas Lund would like to announce the upcoming marriage of their mother Dayna Leigh Lund of Salem to Jimmy Leroy Traw, the son of Ray and Alice Traw of Alton, Mo. Wedding vows will be exchanged Saturday, Oct. 10, at the Salem City Park at 2 p.m. A reception to follow at the Orange Room...
Shirley and Charles Trauth to celebrate 60th wedding anniversary (10/01/09)
Oct. 15, 2009, will be the date for the 60th wedding anniversary of Shirley and Charles Trauth. A party of celebration was held for them by their family at Rolling Green Country Club in Arlington Heights, Ill., recently.
Shirley and Charles Trauth to celebrate 60th wedding anniversary (10/01/09)
Oct. 15, 2009, will be the date for the 60th wedding anniversary of Shirley and Charles Trauth. A party of celebration was held for them by their family at Rolling Green Country Club in Arlington Heights, Ill., recently.
Shirley and Charles Trauth to celebrate 60th wedding anniversary (10/01/09)
Oct. 15, 2009, will be the date for the 60th wedding anniversary of Shirley and Charles Trauth. A party of celebration was held for them by their family at Rolling Green Country Club in Arlington Heights, Ill., recently.
Oregon County Sheriff's Report (10/01/09)
David Adam Teague, 25, of Thayer, was arrested Sept. 25 on Kentucky warrants and for the felony of criminal mischief, fleeing and evading police and wonton endangerment in the first-degree. Teague remains in the Oregon County Jail at this time.
Thayer Police Report (10/01/09)
Dustin D. Mullins, 19, of Hardy, Ark., was charged Sept. 26 for failure to register. Brandi M. Sutherland, 29, of West Plains, was cited Sept. 27 for exceeding the posted speed limit.
Fulton County Sheriff's Report (10/01/09)
Matt Thompson, 27, of Salem was arrested for public intoxication and disorderly conduct Sept. 13. Thompson was released from the Fulton County Jail on Sept. 21 on Judges Order. Kristi Springer, 28, of Collierville, Tenn., was arrested on a warrant Sept. 22 for failure to appear for possession of a controlled substance. Springer was released on Sept. 22 on a $1,000 bond...
Missouri Highway Patrol (10/01/09)
Meghan L. Honeycutt, 16, of Thayer, was driving a 2008 Ford vehicle Sept. 22 at 7:45 p.m. when there was an accident. Honeycutt was westbound on State Highway 142 when her vehicle ran off the roadway on a curve and struck several trees. Honeycutt didn't have injuries from the accident, but an occupant, Morgan D. Honeycutt, 16, of Thayer, had moderate injuries and was transported to Ozarks Medical Center. The investigating trooper was Sgt. R.T. Rees...
Cherokee Village Police Report (10/01/09)
Latisha Bobbitt, 41, of Cherokee Village was arrested Sept. 18 for public intoxication. Sean Stewart, 19, of Mammoth Spring was arrested Sept. 20 for underage driving while under the influence, obstruction of governmental operations and no driver's license...
Sharp County Sheriff's Report (10/01/09)
Stacy Trawick, 32, of Cherokee Village was in jail Sept. 11 for a weekend sentence. Wesley Manning, 20, of Williford was in jail Sept. 11 serving a 30 day sentence. Jerry Clements, 41, of Hardy was arrested Sept. 11 and sentenced to a 10 day sentence for contempt...
Death ruled apparent suicide (10/01/09)
In a press release provided to the Villager Journal from the Sharp County Sheriff's Department, the department received a call through central dispatch at 2:04 p.m., Sept 26 regarding a possible deceased 12-year-old female. The residence was on Highway 175 northeast of Hardy. The report said the caller advised central dispatch that his niece had hung herself...
Fake payroll checks cashed in Izard County (10/01/09)
Two arrested, more being sought
Girl's death ruled apparent suicide (10/01/09)
In a press release provided to the Villager Journal from the Sharp County Sheriff's Department, the department received a call through central dispatch at 2:04 p.m., Sept 26 regarding a possible deceased 12-year-old female. The residence was on Highway 175 northeast of Hardy. The report said the caller advised central dispatch that his niece had hung herself...
Sharp County Sheriff's Report (10/01/09)
Stacy Trawick, 32, of Cherokee Village was in jail Sept. 11 for a weekend sentence. Wesley Manning, 20, of Williford was in jail Sept. 11 serving a 30 day sentence. Jerry Clements, 41, of Hardy was arrested Sept. 11 and sentenced to a 10 day sentence for contempt...
Fulton County Sheriff's Report (10/01/09)
Matt Thompson, 27, of Salem was arrested for public intoxication and disorderly conduct Sept. 13. Thompson was released from the Fulton County Jail on Sept. 21 on Judges Order. Kristi Springer, 28, of Collierville, Tenn., was arrested on a warrant Sept. 22 for failure to appear for possession of a controlled substance. Springer was released on Sept. 22 on a $1,000 bond...
Missouri Highway Patrol (10/01/09)
Meghan L. Honeycutt, 16, of Thayer, was driving a 2008 Ford vehicle Sept. 22 at 7:45 p.m. when there was an accident. Honeycutt was westbound on State Highway 142 when her vehicle ran off the roadway on a curve and struck several trees. Honeycutt didn't have injuries from the accident, but an occupant, Morgan D. Honeycutt, 16, of Thayer, had moderate injuries and was transported to Ozarks Medical Center. The investigating trooper was Sgt. R.T. Rees...
Cherokee Village Police Report (10/01/09)
Latisha Bobbitt, 41, of Cherokee Village was arrested Sept. 18 for public intoxication. Sean Stewart, 19, of Mammoth Spring was arrested Sept. 20 for underage driving while under the influence, obstruction of governmental operations and no driver's license...
Thayer Police Report (10/01/09)
Dustin D. Mullins, 19, of Hardy, Ark., was charged Sept. 26 for failure to register. Brandi M. Sutherland, 29, of West Plains, was cited Sept. 27 for exceeding the posted speed limit.
Sharp County Sheriff's Report (10/01/09)
Stacy Trawick, 32, of Cherokee Village was in jail Sept. 11 for a weekend sentence. Wesley Manning, 20, of Williford was in jail Sept. 11 serving a 30 day sentence. Jerry Clements, 41, of Hardy was arrested Sept. 11 and sentenced to a 10 day sentence for contempt...
Cherokee Village Police Report (10/01/09)
Latisha Bobbitt, 41, of Cherokee Village was arrested Sept. 18 for public intoxication. Sean Stewart, 19, of Mammoth Spring was arrested Sept. 20 for underage driving while under the influence, obstruction of governmental operations and no driver's license...
All night domestic dispute lands six in jail (10/01/09)
An all night fiasco at 20 Doe Ridge Lane near Sitka that stemmed from a domestic abuse call, led to numerous arrests and charges being filed in Sharp County. According to the case report submitted from the Sharp County Sheriff's office, the original call came into 9-1-1 dispatch at 11:02 p.m. The caller, later identified as Kelly Gill, advised there were several individuals who were intoxicated and fighting and that her stepfather Ronny Story, 59, of Sitka had attacked her boyfriend...
Death ruled apparent suicide (10/01/09)
Tammy Curtis SIn a press release provided to the Villager Journal from the Sharp County Sheriff's Department, the department received a call through central dispatch at 2:04 p.m., Sept 26 regarding a possible deceased 12-year-old female. The residence was on Highway 175 northeast of Hardy. The report said the caller advised central dispatch that his niece had hung herself...