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Stories from Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Hospital board has full agenda (10/07/09)
Dr. Kauffman speaks with board, no decision made on his return
School construction underway (10/07/09)
Beams set to go up this week at Viola School
No texting and driving (10/07/09)
Arkansas is one of 19 states that prohibits texting while driving. As of Oct. 1, Act 181 of the 2009 Arkansas Congress has been enacted. It is now illegal to text message while driving a motor vehicle on an Arkansas road or highway, according to a press release from Arkansas Sen. Paul Miller...
Budget cuts underway, but jail still an issue (10/07/09)
Where the Fulton County Sheriff's Office will be able to cut the remainder of their annual budget, and how they will be able to maintain the same level of law enforcement is questionable. The Sheriff's Office estimated about $13,000 can be cut from the Sheriff's Office budget. Cutting 20 percent of the Sheriff's Office budget, about $47,000 is not going to be possible unless employees are let go, said Walter Dillinger, Fulton County Sheriff...
Criminal sentencing sends some to DOC (10/07/09)
Criminal sentencing for the 16th District, 4th Division, Fulton County Circuit Court was conducted for August and September. Out of the proceedings as follows of Sept. 21: Mathew Dean Thompson, 27, charged with felony aggravated assault on law enforcement, felony domestic third degree battery and misdemeanor resisting arrest, was sentenced to 60 months probation and fined $2,500...
Ash Flat man charged with raping 14-year-old girl (10/07/09)
Dexter Inman, 20, of Ash Flat has been charged with raping a 14-year-old girl after a Sept. 30 incident in which Highland Police Officer Bryan Buchanan came up on the Inman vehicle while the girl was being raped. An incident report provided by Highland Police Chief Jeremy Stevens said that while on routine patrol near Lake Miranda in Highland, officer Bryan Buchanan noticed a vehicle parked near the lake. ...
Truck fire ends in arrest of two HB men (10/07/09)
Jeremy Eppes, 33, and Heath Hypes, 31, both of Horseshoe Bend, were arrested for arson, breaking and entering and theft of property on Sept. 23. They were being held, each on $7,500 bond, at Izard County Jail as of Monday, Sept. 28. Charges stemmed from the suspicious burning of a 1994 Chevy S-10, owned by Michael Kelley. Kelly was arrested on Sept. 8. Eppes and Hypes lived at the residence where the truck was parked, said Lieutenant Carl Boles of the Horseshoe Bend Police Department...
Batesville meth ring "Ice Store" busted (10/07/09)
In what is being called the final sweep of operation Ice Store, Little Rock's District Office of the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) made nine arrests for ice methamphetamine in Batesville, Sept. 23. In a report obtained from the U.S. Attorney's office, Jane Duke, United States Attorney, along with William J. ...
See Arkansas First bus rolls into Hardy (10/07/09)
Despite the rain, a large crowd showed up to sign up for prizes and share lunch in downtown Hardy Sept. 24 for the See Arkansas First bus stop that was rescheduled. The bus was a hit with the public as many registered for the ATV, bicycle, kayak and camping package on display at the event in Dr. Thompson Park...
Dads getting involved with Watch DOGS program (10/07/09)
The Cherokee Elementary School kicked off the 2009-10 school year with a new program designed to involve fathers and father figures in the school day. Watch D.O.G.S. (Dad's of Great Students) is a new program designed in response to the Westside shootings in Jonesboro in 1998. It is designed to help keep area schools safer and since its inception the program has spread to more than 800 schools in 30 states...
Hounds dealt first loss (10/07/09)
Sexton Field in Walnut Ridge is a place that Salem Greyhound Head Coach Sammy Weir is intimately familiar with. As a standout football player for Walnut Ridge in the late 1950s, Weir helped the Bobcats rack up a 30-game winning streak while earning All-State honors...
Parade to kick-off Thayer homecoming (10/07/09)
The Thayer High School Homecoming is scheduled for Oct. 16. The parade will begin at 2 p.m. with lineup at 1:30 p.m. Student Council members will be on Chestnut Street between the Old Elementary and the Clary Funeral Home with parade lineup sheets. Those in the parade should wait for a lineup sheet before lining up...
Fiscal distress may soon be removed (10/07/09)
The Mammoth Spring School Board met Sept. 28 in a special board meeting at 5:30 p.m. Superintendent Ronald Taylor told the board it wouldn't be long before the school is removed from the Arkansas Department of Education fiscal distress list of schools...
Great Fall Fun! (10/07/09)
Photo by Emily McIntosh Alton was a hopping town Oct. 3 for the annual Black Gold Walnut Festival. Young and old came out to enjoy music, food and fun and games throughout the day.
Community Foundation awards grants (10/07/09)
Alton R-IV Public Schools Foundation received a 2009-2010 Agency Partner Building Grant totaling $1,626 from the Community Foundation of the Ozarks through the Philanthropy Initiative Fund, recently. Wylma Heiskell wrote the grant, which will be used for the Planned Giving Campaign starting this fall. The campaign will include mailing brochures, newsletters and other information to past donors, school patrons and alumni so the foundation can build their resources...
News basket added for convenience (10/07/09)
Alton residents now have a place nearby to leave news items for The South Missourian News. A basket marked specifically for the newspaper is at the Oregon County Courthouse in the hallway by the newspaper rack. This news item basket is for the convenience of Alton residents and those in Oregon County who do not wish to spend time and gas money to travel to the Thayer office to leave their news items. ...
New law bans texting while driving (10/07/09)
Driving while intoxicated, not wearing a seat belt and now, in some states, texting while driving is illegal. Many transportation officials have compared driving while texting on a mobile device to driving with one's eyes closed or being impaired while driving. They all seem to agreed that DWT (driving while texting) is just as dangerous as DWI or driving under the influence (DUI) or not wearing a seat belt...
Pepper "surprise" (10/07/09)
Photo by Emily McIntosh When Nancy Taylor, one of the kitchen staff at the Fun and Friends Senior Center in Thayer and the grower of the pepper, started cutting open this red pepper she saw a strange thing in the center of it: a smiley face. The smiley face core went all the way through the red pepper and could even be seen on the underside of the stem. "I wonder what we'd get for it if we sold it on Ebay?" Shelia Smith, of the Senior Center, said. "Probably nothing," she laughed...
Event to highlight Narrows history (10/07/09)
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...
Courthouse roof construction to begin soon (10/07/09)
Oregon County Commissioner Leo Warren announced Oct. 2 that the county accepted a contracting bid at 2 p.m. for the roof of the courthouse. Warren said bids opened a few weeks ago, and the county received three bids. One bid was from Allied Roofing of Springfield. Another bid was from KFC of Alton, and the winning bid was from West Plains Roofing. The bid was $36,750...
Teens think of others for fundraiser (10/07/09)
Giving to charity is one of the many ways to help others. A couple of kids in particular know the meaning of giving and have given their time and support to St. Jude's Research Hospital. Cameron Goetting, 13, attends Couch School, and for the past few weeks he and Brittany Martin, a girl in his seventh grade class, have been raising money for St. Jude's...
Fulton County Hospital finances discussed (10/07/09)
At this month's Fulton County Hospital Board of Governor's Meeting, an executive session with Dr. Kauffman began the precedings. No comments were made following the executive session, but hospital sources say Dr. Kauffman wanted to address the board and let them know he was working towards getting his license re-instated, and hoped that once that had occurred, he might be able to continue his working relationship with the hospital. ...
Ash Flat man charged with raping 14-year-old (10/07/09)
Dexter Inman, 20, of Ash Flat has been charged with raping a 14-year-old girl after a Sept. 30 incident in which Highland Police Officer Bryan Buchanan came up on the Inman vehicle while the girl was being raped. An incident report provided by Highland Police Chief Jeremy Stevens said that while on routine patrol near Lake Miranda in Highland, officer Bryan Buchanan noticed a vehicle parked near the lake. ...
Frolos not guilty of arson (10/07/09)
Judge issues directed verdict after hearing testimonies
Dads getting involved with Watch DOGS program (10/07/09)
Dad's of Great Students help out at school
See Arkansas First bus rolls into Hardy (10/07/09)
Despite the rain, a large crowd showed up to sign up for prizes and share lunch in downtown Hardy Sept. 24 for the See Arkansas First bus stop that was rescheduled. The bus was a hit with the public as many registered for the ATV, bicycle, kayak and camping package on display at the event in Dr. Thompson Park...
Two arrested in separate Highland commercial burglaries (10/07/09)
Two suspects were arrested in separate commercial burglary incidents in the Highland area recently. According to an incident report obtained from the Highland Police Department, on Sept. 25, a tip was called into central dispatch, regarding a possible theft of a heating and air unit from K & S Construction. The tip also provided law enforcement with a vehicle description...
Highland school receives Lowe's grant (10/07/09)
Highland High School Librarian Emily Akins along with Amanda Dobbs, Buela Sharp and Nancy French collectively applied for a Lowe's Toolbox for Education Grant. The grant was used for a parental involvement beautification project at the school. Akins said the grant was used to beautify the plain looking school entrance, making it more welcoming to students, faculty, parents and the community. ...
Sharp County Circuit Court hands down sentences (10/07/09)
Sharp County Circuit Court Judge Harold S. Erwin handed down several sentences during the Sept. 29 session. Jessie English, 31, was sentenced to 72 months in the Department of Corrections to run concurrent with a Fulton County sentence. English was found guilty of commercial burglary and theft of property. ...
Ash Flat man charged with raping 14-year-old (10/07/09)
Dexter Inman, 20, of Ash Flat has been charged with raping a 14-year-old girl after a Sept. 30 incident in which Highland Police Officer Bryan Buchanan came up on the Inman vehicle while the girl was being raped. An incident report provided by Highland Police Chief Jeremy Stevens said that while on routine patrol near Lake Miranda in Highland, officer Bryan Buchanan noticed a vehicle parked near the lake. ...
Batesville meth ring "Ice Store" busted (10/07/09)
In what is being called the final sweep of operation Ice Store, Little Rock's District Office of the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) made nine arrests for ice methamphetamine in Batesville, Sept. 23. In a report obtained from the U.S. Attorney's office, Jane Duke, United States Attorney, along with William J. ...
Accident sends one man to jail (10/07/09)
Photo/Tammy Curtis This Oct. 2 one vehicle accident near Kenner Road in Ash Flat sent one man to jail for driving on a suspended license for DWI, DWI-drugs, no seat belt and careless and prohibited driving. The Jeep he was driving left the roadside and traveled up a steep hill and through a barbed wire fence before coming to rest. The driver, Daniel Brink, 21, of Cherokee Village was uninjured...
Cherokee Village PD receives Community Grant (10/07/09)
Photo/Tammy Curtis The Cherokee Village Police Department received a $1,000 Community Grant on Sept. 29 from Walmart. Pictured above is Ash Flat Walmart store manager Mike Alexander presenting Cherokee Village Police Chief Ricky Crook with the check. Crook said a portion of the grant will be used to purchase electronic equipment for the police cars...
Grammy possibility for Deforest (10/07/09)
When the Grammy Awards roll around at the first of next year, the category for "Best Cajun Recording" just may be connected to the Ozarks. Doug Driesel, who works under the name Doug Deforest, of Cherokee Village, Ark., and a native of Houston, Mo., received word this week that Bayou Roux, a Zydeco/Cajun group from Houston, Texas has a first round nomination for "Best Cajun Recording" for their CD "HeyDey." Deforest, who owns Lake Paradise Studio in Cherokee Village played on a few of the tracks, and recorded his part of the CD in Lake Paradise. ...
Lady Cougars second in state (10/07/09)
Consistency is a highly sought after commodity in the wonderful world of sports. Those with it will prosper. Those without it will struggle. Good thing for the Izard County Lady Cougars' golf squad that consistency has certainly been their friend the last couple of years...
Falco has fast finish for (10/07/09)
Courtney Falco, a junior at Salem High School, medaled in both the Zizzer Invite and the Willow Springs Invitational cross-country meets recently.
Big 'uns pave the way for big night (10/07/09)
Three backs run for over 100 yards each; Cats crush Bears
Lady Rebs fifth at state (10/07/09)
Moving up a couple classifications didn't keep Heber Springs' Katie Webb from earning state medalist honors for the third straight year. Webb's 74 helped lead the Lady Panthers to the Class 4A State Golf Tournament Sept. 30 at Eagle Mountain in Batesville...
Penalties, turnovers undo Rebs (10/07/09)
Highland recovered Trumann's fumbled opening kickoff and two plays later were on the board with a 7-0 lead. A lead the Rebels would maintain throughout the first half. But by the end of the game, the Rebs had committed five turnovers and had 105 yards in penalties, as they fell to the Wildcats 31-21 at Trumann (1-4, 1-1) on Oct. 2...
Clay County clobber job (10/07/09)
Just two years ago, they battled it out for a conference title and made it to the second round of the state playoffs. But things are different in Clay County this year and the Corning Bobcats are battling just to keep enough healthy players on the roster in order to field a team for the rest of the season...
Junior Rebels cruise by Westside (10/07/09)
By getting an early lead against the Warriors, Rebel Junior Head Coach Spencer Hill was able to substitute more freely. His subs rewarded him by continuing to score as the Junior Rebs beat Westside 38-6 in Jonesboro on Oct. 1. "You want your eight-graders to get out there and still play hard and execute the offense. ...
Hog Calls (10/07/09)
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Certainly in these tough times Northwest Arkansas could use the economic boost the Razorbacks playing Texas in Fayetteville provides. However, for the Razorbacks' well-being, this was a great year for the University of Arkansas to swap the game Texas still owes the Hogs in Fayetteville. Instead, they visited Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones' football palace in Arlington, Texas for the first of 10 years of neutral site clashes with the Texas A&M Aggies...
UCA overcomes Miners' opening salvo (10/07/09)
Things started out well for Missouri S&T Oct. 3 in its visit to Central Arkansas, but the Division I foe took control of the contest in the middle two quarters and went on to a 45-10 win over the Miners. Missouri S&T led after the first quarter of play, but the Bears scored 38 unanswered points during the second and third quarters to pull away for the victory...
Ozarka Foundation scramble winners announced (10/07/09)
The Ozarka College Foundation held its 14th annual fall golf tournament Sept. 26. Twenty-eight teams of golfers played an 18-hole scramble at the beautiful Cooper's Hawk Golf Club in Melbourne, with proceeds benefitting the Ozarka Foundation. Once again, First National Banking Company served as corporate sponsor for the event...
Salem Mighty Mites travel to Mountain View (10/07/09)
A beautiful Sept. 25 morning found the Salem Greyhound Mighty Mites hooking up with the Mountain View Yellowjackets. The third-graders kicked things off and Salem struck first to take an early lead. But after that, the score went back-and-forth and the contest ended in a 22-all tie...
Hounds travel north, clash with Mighty Mite Bobcats (10/07/09)
The Salem Greyhound Mighty Mites hit the road and made the trip to Thayer Oct. 3. The third-grade teams started things off and the game was close early, as both defenses took center stage. Salem's offense was finally able to score, but as the game went on, the Bobcats heated up and won 26-14...
Football is still a game (10/07/09)
Ozarka Foundation scramble winners announced (10/07/09)
The Ozarka College Foundation held its 14th annual fall golf tournament Sept. 26. Twenty-eight teams of golfers played an 18-hole scramble at the beautiful Cooper's Hawk Golf Club in Melbourne, with proceeds benefitting the Ozarka Foundation. Once again, First National Banking Company served as corporate sponsor for the event...
Red Hot Redbird (10/07/09)
Smokin' Joe Cunningham, a former first baseman and left-handed batter who played for the St Louis Cardinals from 1954 to 1961, recently made a guest appearance at the Howell Valley School Gymnasium, as part of a Cardinals' public relations program. The program is an effort to influence youngsters to follow three points: 1. ...
Yes, there is no fall turkey season (10/07/09)
It is very unfortunate that the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission (AGFC) has closed the 2009 fall turkey season. We can understand that this may be necessary for the turkey population in Arkansas, however, in our view the decision-making process was flawed. ...
Surplus auction set in Salem (10/07/09)
Imagine everything you would need to manage Missouri's public forests, lakes and streams. Gather a random selection of all that used gear in one place and call out, "What are you gonna give for it?!" Now you have a mental picture of what will happen at the Missouri Department of Conservation surplus property auction Oct. 17 in Salem...
Yes, there is no fall turkey season (10/07/09)
It is very unfortunate that the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission (AGFC) has closed the 2009 fall turkey season. We can understand that this may be necessary for the turkey population in Arkansas, however, in our view the decision-making process was flawed. ...
Death Notices published week of October 8, 2009 (10/07/09)
Homer T. Frey, 95, of Alton, Mo., died Sept. 26, 2009. Arrangements by Clary Funeral Home of Alton, Mo. Patrick Galligan, 54, of Evening Shade, Ark., died Sept. 30, 2009. Arrangements by Qualls Funeral Home of Cave City. Helen Weidmann McClellan, 91, of Burlington, died Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2009, at Blair House Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. Arrangements by Hass-Thielen Funeral Home of Burlington, Iowa...
Death Notices published week of October 8, 2009 (10/07/09)
Homer T. Frey, 95, of Alton, Mo., died Sept. 26, 2009. Arrangements by Clary Funeral Home of Alton, Mo. Patrick Galligan, 54, of Evening Shade, Ark., died Sept. 30, 2009. Arrangements by Qualls Funeral Home of Cave City. Helen Weidmann McClellan, 91, of Burlington, died Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2009, at Blair House Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. Arrangements by Hass-Thielen Funeral Home of Burlington, Iowa...
Death Notices published week of October 8, 2009 (10/07/09)
Homer T. Frey, 95, of Alton, Mo., died Sept. 26, 2009. Arrangements by Clary Funeral home of Alton, Mo. Edward Alan Musick, 66, of Hardy, Ark., died Oct. 3, 2009, at Batesville, Ark. Arrangements by Tri-County Funeral Home of Highland, Ark. Billy Ray Humphry, 81, of Cherokee Village, Ark., died Saturday, Sept. 26, 2009, at Fulton County Hospital in Salem, Ark. Arrangements by Heath Funeral Home, Oak Hill Chapel, Highland, Ark...
Kennith Riley Crowder (10/07/09)
Parker Ryan is proud to announce the birth of his little brother, Kennith Riley Crowder on Sept. 1, 2009, at 10:23 p.m. Riley weighed 8 pounds, 9.3 ounces and was 20-1/2 inches long. He was born at  Poplar Bluff Regional Medical Center. Parker and Riley are the sons of Matt and Amelia Crowder of Couch, Mo., the grandsons of LaDonna Garrison of Thayer, Mo., and Jim and Phyllis Crowder of Couch...
Zoey Marie Whiteside (10/07/09)
Kyle and Rebecca Whiteside of Koshkonong are the parents of a baby girl, Zoey Marie. She was born at 8:19 a.m. Sept. 22, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West  Plains, Mo. Her siblings are Jeffery, 17, Jessica, 15, Trinity, 6, and Ty, 4. Grandparents are Michael and Teresa Jones, Ennis, Texas, and Louis Whiteside, Koshkonong, and the late Frances Marie Whiteside...
Kennith Riley Crowder (10/07/09)
Parker Ryan is proud to announce the birth of his little brother, Kennith Riley Crowder on Sept. 1, 2009, at 10:23 p.m. Riley weighed 8 pounds, 9.3 ounces and was 20-1/2 inches long. He was born at  Poplar Bluff Regional Medical Center. Parker and Riley are the sons of Matt and Amelia Crowder of Couch, Mo., the grandsons of LaDonna Garrison of Thayer, Mo., and Jim and Phyllis Crowder of Couch...
Zoey Marie Whiteside (10/07/09)
Kyle and Rebecca Whiteside of Koshkonong are the parents of a baby girl, Zoey Marie. She was born at 8:19 a.m. Sept. 22, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West  Plains, Mo. Her siblings are Jeffery, 17, Jessica, 15, Trinity, 6, and Ty, 4. Grandparents are Michael and Teresa Jones, Ennis, Texas, and Louis Whiteside, Koshkonong, and the late Frances Marie Whiteside...
Hewitt -- Tabor (10/07/09)
Wedding vows were exchanged Saturday, Oct. 3 by DeAnna Ruth Hewitt and Nathan Robert Tabor at Amazing Grace Holiness Church, Sand Springs, Okla. Rev. and Mrs. Cliff Hewitt of Sapulpa, Okla., are the parents of the bride. The groom is the son of Rev. and Mrs. Don Tabor, pastors of Midway Pentecostal Church of Thayer, Mo...
Coleman -- Willard (10/07/09)
Tristan S. Coleman and Timber M. Willard request the pleasure of your company at the marriage of their parents, Tannya DeAnn Coleman to Everett Eugene Willard on Saturday, Oct. 10 at 2 p.m. in the afternoon, at Tucker Creek Park at Alton, Mo.
Hewitt -- Tabor (10/07/09)
Wedding vows were exchanged Saturday, Oct. 3 by DeAnna Ruth Hewitt and Nathan Robert Tabor at Amazing Grace Holiness Church, Sand Springs, Okla. Rev. and Mrs. Cliff Hewitt of Sapulpa, Okla., are the parents of the bride. The groom is the son of Rev. and Mrs. Don Tabor, pastors of Midway Pentecostal Church of Thayer, Mo...
Coleman -- Willard (10/07/09)
Tristan S. Coleman and Timber M. Willard request the pleasure of your company at the marriage of their parents, Tannya DeAnn Coleman to Everett Eugene Willard on Saturday, Oct. 10 at 2 p.m. in the afternoon, at Tucker Creek Park at Alton, Mo.
Niemi's to celebrate 50th anniversary (10/07/09)
Robert and Patt Niemi will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Oct. 10. They were married in Kewanee, Ill., at the Visitation Church. Patt and Bob Niemi are now both retired, living in Cherokee Village, Patt from X-ray and Bob from tool and die making...
Humphries celebrate 25th wedding anniversary (10/07/09)
Milton and Iantha Humphries of Salem celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Oct. 7. They were united in marriage in the presence of their friends and family at their home in Salem AR on Oct 7, 1984. The couples union of marriage brings together a wonderful large family. ...
Niemi's to celebrate 50th anniversary (10/07/09)
Robert and Patt Niemi will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Oct. 10. They were married in Kewanee, Ill., at the Visitation Church. Patt and Bob Niemi are now both retired, living in Cherokee Village, Patt from X-ray and Bob from tool and die making...
Humphries celebrate (10/07/09)
Milton and Iantha Humphries of Salem celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Oct. 7. They were united in marriage in the presence of their friends and family at their home in Salem AR on Oct 7, 1984. The couples union of marriage brings together a wonderful large family. ...
Niemi's to celebrate 50th anniversary (10/07/09)
Robert and Patt Niemi celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Oct. 10. They were married in Kewanee, Ill., at the Visitation Church. Patt and Bob Niemi are now both retired, living in Cherokee Village, Patt from X-ray and Bob from tool and die making...
Fulton County Sheriff's Report (10/07/09)
Nathan Michaels, 24, of Mammoth Spring was arrested on Sept. 23 for DWI (3), careless driving, no seat belt, no insurance, disorderly conduct, no vehicle license and driving on suspended license. Michaels was released from Fulton County Jail on Sept. 28 on Own Recognizance bond...
Thayer Police Report (10/07/09)
Brandon Allan Jones, 25, of Rock Springs, Wyo., was charged Sept. 21 with DWI and making loud and offensive noises. Bond was set at $524. Allison R. Boddie, 19, of Thayer, was charged Oct. 2 for going 68 mph in a 50 mph speed zone. Bradley L. Miller, 19, of Alton, was charged Oct. 2 for possession of marijuana, driving on a suspended license and driving a vehicle off the designated portion of the roadway. Bond was set at $924...
Oregon County Sheriff's Report (10/07/09)
Richard A. Williams, 45, of Thayer, was transported to the Department of Corrections in Bonne Terre Oct. 6.
Cherokee Village Police Report (10/07/09)
Christina Falk, 22, of Cherokee Village was cited Sept. 20 for failure to stop at a stop sign. Donna Carnovale, 44, of Cherokee Village was cited Sept. 25 for speeding. Linda Wilcox, 62, of Cherokee Village was cited Sept. 25 for speeding. Nathaniel Clouse, 19, of Cherokee Village was arrested Sept. 26 on a Sharp County warrant for probation revocation for a failed drug test...
Fulton County Sheriff's Report (10/07/09)
Nathan Michaels, 24, of Mammoth Spring was arrested on Sept. 23 for DWI (3), careless driving, no seat belt, no insurance, disorderly conduct, no vehicle license and driving on suspended license. Michaels was released from Fulton County Jail on Sept. 28 on Own Recognizance bond...
Thayer Police Report (10/07/09)
Brandon Allan Jones, 25, of Rock Springs, Wyo., was charged Sept. 21 with DWI and making loud and offensive noises. Bond was set at $524. Allison R. Boddie, 19, of Thayer, was charged Oct. 2 for going 68 mph in a 50 mph speed zone. Bradley L. Miller, 19, of Alton, was charged Oct. 2 for possession of marijuana, driving on a suspended license and driving a vehicle off the designated portion of the roadway. Bond was set at $924...
Oregon County Sheriff's Report (10/07/09)
Richard A. Williams, 45, of Thayer, was transported to the Department of Corrections in Bonne Terre Oct. 6.
Cherokee Village Police Report (10/07/09)
Christina Falk, 22, of Cherokee Village was cited Sept. 20 for failure to stop at a stop sign. Donna Carnovale, 44, of Cherokee Village was cited Sept. 25 for speeding. Linda Wilcox, 62, of Cherokee Village was cited Sept. 25 for speeding. Nathaniel Clouse, 19, of Cherokee Village was arrested Sept. 26 on a Sharp County warrant for probation revocation for a failed drug test...
Cherokee Village Police Report (10/07/09)
Christina Falk, 22, of Cherokee Village was cited Sept. 20 for failure to stop at a stop sign. Donna Carnovale, 44, of Cherokee Village was cited Sept. 25 for speeding. Linda Wilcox, 62, of Cherokee Village was cited Sept. 25 for speeding. Nathaniel Clouse, 19, of Cherokee Village was arrested Sept. 26 on a Sharp County warrant for probation revocation for a failed drug test...