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Stories from Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Heavy rains add up for county (10/28/09)
Heavy rains this past week created extensive costs for Fulton County Road Department, while residents who dared to venture over low-water concrete slabs after the rains, were found caught in the middle, cars a drift. Fulton County roads washed out from recent rains have reached a point that entitles the Fulton County Road Department to apply for reimbursement of road repair expenses from the state or federal government...
Hospitals restrict visitors during H1N1 outbreak (10/28/09)
Baxter Regional Medical Center has chosen to restrict visitors to the Women's Center, Maternity and Nursery to reduce the probability of spreading the H1N1 influenza to its patients. Gregory Elders, senior physician at the BRMC Women's Center, Maternity, and Nursery announced that "due to the increased presence of influenza, of all types, in our community, and the H1N1 influenza effect on pregnant women especially, we are instituting the following precautions: 12 year-old and younger children will be restricted from the unit; teenagers 13-18 years old will be requested to wear a mask due to the prevalence of the virus in this age group; anyone, including immediate family members, with fever or respiratory symptoms such as cough, runny nose, or congestion should not visit the unit; all maternal discharges from the BRMC Women's Center, both delivered and undelivered, should be offered an influenza vaccination," according to a press release from Baxter Regional Medical Center.. ...
Shots anyone? (10/28/09)
Mass H1N1 vaccination in the state of Arkansas, scheduled for Oct. 29 to 31, has been reduced by the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH). The vaccine will only be available at the Mass Clinics for pregnant women and children ages six months to four years, according to a press release from the ADH...
Ghost Town resurrected (10/28/09)
For many, the phrase "ghost town" immediately brings to mind thoughts of ghastly evil, apparitions, unexplained things and most of all fear. More often, the expression is attributed to an abandoned town that for whatever reason, whether mysterious or practical, is no longer a place of residence...
Viola Library/VFD Open House (10/28/09)
Photo by Emily McIntosh Many people came out to the Viola Volunteer Fire Department/Library Open House on Oct. 16 to view the new additions to the fire department and the library. Here, people gather in the hallway between the library and the gathering area to look at documents and images of days gone by collected by the Viola Library...
Salem Chamber Banquet honors locals (10/28/09)
The Salem Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Banquet was held Oct. 22 at the Hickinbotham-Miller Building at the Fulton County Fairgrounds. The tables were decorated with beautiful fall arrangements from Patty Sanders of After Ours Floral. The evening began with a social hour and silent auction. Karrol and Vicki Fowlkes provided an array of "hors d'oeuvres" for those attending. The hour was spent visiting and looking for bargains from Salem area businesses on the silent auction tables...
Thayer's own Ghost Town (10/28/09)
For many, the phrase "ghost town" immediately brings to mind thoughts of ghastly evil, apparitions, unexplained things and most of all fear. More often, the expression is attributed to an abandoned town that for whatever reason, whether mysterious or practical, is no longer a place of residence...
Ghouls and goblins afoot (10/28/09)
Get your spook on for the annual Mammoth Spring Spooktacular on Oct. 31 hosted by the Mammoth Spring Chamber of Commerce. The event will be held on Main Street in Mammoth Spring, so drivers should drive slowly if they are planning on traveling through the town that night. Drivers should keep their eyes open for little ghouls and goblins as they scurry along looking for tricks and treats...
Missouri's HINI supply running low (10/28/09)
A shortage of the preservative-free H1N1 vaccine has prompted Missouri's public health officials to allow pregnant women and parents of children less than 3 years old to choose whether or not to receive the H1N1 vaccine containing a mercury-based preservative...
Tips to have a safe Halloween (10/28/09)
Monsters and creepers will be all over the streets this Halloween stuffing their goody-bags full of treats. But children dressed as their favorite character or monster might be more enthusiastic about trick-or-treating rather than staying safe. Parents and drivers will need to be extra careful on Halloween to make sure their little ghost or goblin is safe...
Rains cause local flooding (10/28/09)
Photo by Emily McIntosh The Wark Fork River rose high enough this past week due to all the rain that has been pouring down, that the Thayer Police Department had to block off access to the Wark Fork Park because of flooding.
Singletary elected representative (10/28/09)
CEO and General Manager of Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative Dan Singletary was recently elected as a district representative to the Internal Operations Committee of the Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives (AMEC) in Jefferson City. AMEC is the organization that serves 47 Missouri electric cooperatives, which provides electricity to more than 500,000 rural members. AMEC is also tasked with training efforts and legislative issues for all of Missouri's electric cooperatives...
An amazing feat for an amazing woman (10/28/09)
The wife of a former Mammoth Spring resident will try to complete an amazing feat on Jan. 17, 2010. She will run with Team in Training sponsored by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in the P.F. Chang's Rock n' Roll Marathon, which is 26.2 miles long, in Phoenix, Ariz. Her name is Valerie Flynn, 41, wife of Melvin Flynn, who both now live in Anchorage, Alaska...
Watch your speed ... new radar sign in place (10/28/09)
Many drivers going down Main Street into Mammoth Spring may have noticed something new this past week: a radar speed limit sign. Mayor Jean Pace said the radar sign was made possible through a JAG Department of Defense grant totaling $5,046. Along with the sign, Mayor Pace said, the grant also funded radar guns for some of the Mammoth Spring Police Department's patrol cars...
Helping children get educated (10/28/09)
Children are precious. They are valuable to the future of the world, which means their education is very important. Ozark Action Head Start helps children to prepare for their education who might not otherwise have the opportunity. Oregon County's two Ozark Action Head Start programs in Alton and Thayer both had an open house Oct. ...
2010 budget topic of council meeting (10/28/09)
Whether or not to increase water or sewer rates in Ash Flat was the main topic of discussion at the monthly meeting of Ash Flat City Council Oct. 18. Following the approval of September's city council meeting minutes and department reports, Rickey Carter, a specialist with the United States Department of Agriculture addressed the council for consideration of possible rate increases for 2010...
Brogdon speaks to Spring River Area Chamber of Commerce (10/28/09)
The Spring River Area Chamber of Commerce met in their regular monthly session Oct. 20 at Deep Creek Catfish in Ash Flat. The guest speaker for the meeting was Highland School Superintendent Ronnie Brogdon and the Highland School Basketball coaches Chad Arnhart and Harland Davis...
Ghost town resurrected (10/28/09)
For many, the phrase "ghost town" immediately brings to mind thoughts of ghastly evil, apparitions, unexplained things and most of all fear. More often, the expression is attributed to an abandoned town that for whatever reason, whether mysterious or practical, is no longer a place of residence...
Ghost town resurrected (10/28/09)
For many, the phrase "ghost town" immediately brings to mind thoughts of ghastly evil, apparitions, unexplained things and most of all fear. More often, the expression is attributed to an abandoned town that for whatever reason, whether mysterious or practical, is no longer a place of residence...
Hardy Advertising and Promotions discuss events (10/28/09)
The Hardy Advertising and Promotions Committee (A&P) met Oct. 21 at Hardy City Hall. Numerous upcoming activities for the group were the main topic of discussion. The group voted to sponsor the Rebel Classic basketball event to be held at the new A.L. Hudson Memorial Center Nov. 9-14. The sponsorship will place the A& P's logo on tee shirts for the event...
Fallen Firefighter Memorial on display at Batesville (10/28/09)
From a distance the Arkansas Fallen Firefighters Memorial is almost like a beacon, its huge size and unparalleled beauty pales in comparison to the size of the hearts of the men and women who died doing what they love doing, saving lives and helping others...
An Area Business Salute - Highland Window and Door (10/28/09)
Throughout the recent economic downturn it is important to notice area businesses that have survived generations of economic roller coaster rides and remained in business. Each week through the end of 2009 the Villager Journal will salute these area businesses. Congratulations go out to all those who have remained in our community, making the area a place in which we are proud to call home...
Three arrested on meth charges following a wreck (10/28/09)
According to a press release from the Sharp County Sheriff's Department three people from out of town were arrested Oct. 13 following an accident near Hardy that led officers to discover methamphetamine as well as the components used in the manufacture of methamphetamine...
Viola enjoys opening week (10/28/09)
The Viola Lady Longhorns had little trouble with Southside-Bee Branch at the Twin Rivers Classic in Norfork Oct. 23. The Lady Horns (2-0) sped in front 14-4 after the first period and rolled to a big 58-29 victory. Michaela Thompson had a big night for Viola, finishing with 24 points. Taylor Griggs added 21 and Alex Duncan hit for 11...
Katz win marathon with Rockets (10/28/09)
It was business as usual Oct. 23 as the Melbourne Bearkatz opened the 2009 basketball season with a game against Turrell in the Joe V. Jones Classic in Monette. Every time Melbourne and Turrell square off, it's always a hard-fought affair and this one was no different...
Veasley engine that makes T-Birds fly (10/28/09)
The Cross County T-Birds aren't trying to fool anyone. Sure, quarterback Wade Halk will throw the football a few times a game, but you can bet that the majority of touches on the night are going to belong to dynamic running back Blake Veasley. The Salem Greyhounds witnessed this up-close-and-personal Oct. 23 on homecoming night in Cherry Valley...
Bears manhandle St. Joe (10/28/09)
Caleb Brown and Wes Coffey each recorded double-doubles as the Mammoth Spring Bears knocked off St. Joe 62-46 at the Twin Rivers Classic in Norfork Oct. 24. Brown racked up a game-high 23 points and 14 rebounds, while Coffey had 13 points, 10 rebounds and five assists. Houston Cooper added 11 points and seven assists for the Bears...
Calico Rock off to good start (10/28/09)
The Calico Rock Pirates jumped out to a 15-5 lead after the first period and then held off Bergman for a 58-50 win Oct. 21 at the Twin Rivers Classic in Norfork. Jake Pool posted 17 points for the Pirates, with Alex Skidmore adding 12 and Brayden McCurley 11. Jordan Green finished with eight and Andrew Powell had six...
Cougars top Maynard (10/28/09)
The Izard County Cougars opened the 2009 season in fine fashion with a 58-50 victory over Maynard Oct. 20 at the Cougars' Den in Brockwell. A big fourth period paved the way, with the Cougars outscoring the Tigers 21-5 down the stretch to rally for victory. The Cougars were down 30-19 at the half...
Bears manhandle St. Joe (10/28/09)
Caleb Brown and Wes Coffey each recorded double-doubles as the Mammoth Spring Bears knocked off St. Joe 62-46 at the Twin Rivers Classic in Norfork Oct. 24. Brown racked up a game-high 23 points and 14 rebounds, while Coffey had 13 points, 10 rebounds and five assists. Houston Cooper added 11 points and seven assists for the Bears...
Tradin' places (10/28/09)
Bobcats continue march toward district title with rout of Comets
Bye-bye monkey (10/28/09)
Rebels put together solid game, knock off rival Redskins for first time in a long time
Osceola runs past junior Rebels (10/28/09)
Balance had taken the Highland junior Rebels to an undefeated conference season. Their ability to run the ball and gain yards through the air had led the junior Rebs to a 6-1 overall record. With Rebel Memorial Field saturated with water and acting more like a swimming pool than a football field, the Osceola Junior Seminoles used their balance to gain yards on the ground and assure themselves of a conference championship with a 34-0 victory over Highland on Oct. 23...
Hornets drop Cavemen (10/28/09)
On the way to their best start in school history, the Cave City Cavemen had followed a basic, yet important formula for victory. Run the ball and play good defense. That plan worked like a charm in Cave City's 7-0 start to the season, and the Cavemen picked up yards at will, running behind a big offensive line, while its defense was more than stingy, allowing just a shade over six points per contest during that span...
Hog Calls (10/28/09)
FAYETTEVILLE -- The day after a game usually marks the time to step back and reassess what transpired. Except the Razorbacks beat us to it. They stepped back during the game. "Step back" and "setback" were operative assessments the Razorback themselves applied describing their last Saturday's performance in Oxford, Miss. ...
Grizzly golfers win (10/28/09)
The Missouri State University-West Plains Grizzly men's club golf team won the first ever collegiate tournament in West Plains on Oct. 19, when they defeated Mineral Area College of Park Hills, Mo., and Lyon College of Batesville, in a three-team meet at the West Plains Country Club...
Grizzly golfers win (10/28/09)
The Missouri State University-West Plains Grizzly men's club golf team won the first ever collegiate tournament in West Plains on Oct. 19, when they defeated Mineral Area College of Park Hills, Mo., and Lyon College of Batesville, in a three-team meet at the West Plains Country Club...
Miners win shootout over Cougars (10/28/09)
After falling behind for the first time in the game with only 1:23 to play, Missouri S&T came right back and pulled out a 39-37 win in the waning seconds Oct. 24 over the NAIA's fourth-ranked team, Saint Francis (Ind.), on Homecoming at Allgood-Bailey Stadium...
Salem, Mountain View battle (10/28/09)
On a frosty Oct. 17 morning, the Salem Mighty Mite Greyhounds welcomed Mountain View to Greyhound Stadium. The third-grade Hounds were ready to go and the game was close at first. Then, Salem turned up the heat and held off a late Yellowjacket surge to win 30-26...
Adverse elements make for football weather (10/28/09)
Sudden changes in the weather are common in the Ozarks, and like politics, it's not always for the better. It looked as if Thayer's homecoming parade on the afternoon of Oct. 16. might get rained on, but it only drizzled and then stopped as soon as the parade was over, leaving decent weather for the football game that evening...
Spring turkey dates set (10/28/09)
For the fourth consecutive year, commissioners with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission have agreed that a shorter season is needed to match gobbler harvest to recent below-average turkey brood production. It also will allow more hens to breed and start nesting before hunters take to the woods...
Arkansas deer harvest; 70 years of onward and upward (10/28/09)
From the low three figures to a steady six figures -- that's the story of Arkansas' deer harvest records. Numerous hunters in the state, sometimes after an unproductive session in the woods, many grumble that "deer hunting just isn't what it was in the old days."...
Death Notices published week of October 29, 2009 (10/28/09)
Martha Ann Decker, 81, of Horseshoe Bend, Ark., died Oct. 19, 2009, at her home. Horseshoe Bend Memorial Chapel in charge of arrangements. Carl Dean Gross, 81, West Plains, Mo., died Oct. 20, 2009, at West Vue Nursing Center. Arrangements under direction of Robertson-Drago Funeral Home, West Plains, Mo...
Death Notices published week of October 29, 2009 (10/28/09)
Martha Ann Decker, 81, of Horseshoe Bend, Ark., died Oct. 19, 2009, at her home. Horseshoe Bend Memorial Chapel in charge of arrangements. Carl Dean Gross, 81, West Plains, Mo., died Oct. 20, 2009, at West Vue Nursing Center. Arrangements under direction of Robertson-Drago Funeral Home, West Plains, Mo...
Death Notices published week of October 29, 2009 (10/28/09)
Jane Norris McHalffey, 76, of Poughkeepsie, Ark., died Friday, Oct. 23, 2009, at her home. Arrangements by Qualls Funeral home of Cave City. Martha Ann Decker, 81, of Horseshoe Bend, Ark., died Oct. 19, 2009, at her home. Horseshoe Bend Memorial Chapel in charge of arrangements...
Brayden Lee Vanderburg (10/28/09)
Brayden Lee Vanderburg, was born Sept. 14, 2009, at Baxter Regional Hospital in Mountain Home, Ark. Brayden weighed 7 pounds, 5 ounces and was 19-1/2 inches in length. The proud parents are Ethan and Amber Vanderburg of Mammoth Spring. Grandparents are Kerry and Lesa Lundry of Mammoth Spring; other relatives are Aunt Jennifer and Uncle Scott Coleman of Jonesboro; and a cousin, Gabe Coleman...
Cash Ryan Grimes (10/28/09)
Jonathan Grimes and Tasha Burgett of Thayer, Mo., are the parents of a baby boy, Cash Ryan Grimes. He was born at 2:08 p.m., Sept. 29, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 9 pounds, 2-1/2 ounces and was 20 inches long. His siblings are Paige, 13; Jordan, 9; Jonathan, 6; Joshua, 3; and Jazmine, 2...
Douglas Randolph Price (10/28/09)
Doug Price and Jessica Scott of Thayer, Mo., are the parents of a baby boy, Douglas Randolph Price. He was born at 10:09 a.m., Sept. 30, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 8 pounds, 15-1/2 ounces and was 21-1/2 inches long. His siblings are Kaylie, 3, and Nathan, 3...
Katelynn Wrenfrow (10/28/09)
Travis and Jennifer Wrenfrow of Thayer are the parents of a baby girl, Katelynn. She was born at 3:17 a.m., Oct. 2. 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. She weighed 8 pounds, 14 ounces and was 20 inches long. Her sibling is Robert, 2. Grandparents are Robert and Romona Taylor; Travis Wrenfrow of Thayer; and Lieanna Wilkerson, Whitehouse, Texas...
Slade Rockwell Young (10/28/09)
Eddie and Brett Young of West Plains are the parents of a baby boy, Slade Rockwell. He was born at 12:27 a.m. Oct. 3, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces and was 21 inches long. Grandparents are Danny and Mary Goodof Alton, Mo.; Steve and Vicki Gantt, Thayer; and Tom and Connie Young, Alton...
Ty Davian Vance (10/28/09)
Thomas and Melissa Vance of West Plains are the parents of a baby boy, Ty Davian. He was born at 7:19 p.m. Oct. 9, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 7 pounds, 1-1/2 ounces and was 20-1/2 inches long. His siblings are Mason and Payton...
Brayden Lee Vanderburg (10/28/09)
Brayden Lee Vanderburg, was born Sept. 14, 2009, at Baxter Regional Hospital in Mountain Home, Ark. Brayden weighed 7 pounds, 5 ounces and was 19-1/2 inches in length. The proud parents are Ethan and Amber Vanderburg of Mammoth Spring. Grandparents are Kerry and Lesa Lundry of Mammoth Spring; other relatives are Aunt Jennifer and Uncle Scott Coleman of Jonesboro; and a cousin, Gabe Coleman...
Cash Ryan Grimes (10/28/09)
Jonathan Grimes and Tasha Burgett of Thayer, Mo., are the parents of a baby boy, Cash Ryan Grimes. He was born at 2:08 p.m., Sept. 29, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 9 pounds, 2-1/2 ounces and was 20 inches long. His siblings are Paige, 13; Jordan, 9; Jonathan, 6; Joshua, 3; and Jazmine, 2...
Douglas Randolph Price (10/28/09)
Doug Price and Jessica Scott of Thayer, Mo., are the parents of a baby boy, Douglas Randolph Price. He was born at 10:09 a.m., Sept. 30, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 8 pounds, 15-1/2 ounces and was 21-1/2 inches long. His siblings are Kaylie, 3, and Nathan, 3...
Katelynn Wrenfrow (10/28/09)
Travis and Jennifer Wrenfrow of Thayer are the parents of a baby girl, Katelynn. She was born at 3:17 a.m., Oct. 2. 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. She weighed 8 pounds, 14 ounces and was 20 inches long. Her sibling is Robert, 2. Grandparents are Robert and Romona Taylor; Travis Wrenfrow of Thayer; and Lieanna Wilkerson, Whitehouse, Texas...
Slade Rockwell Young (10/28/09)
Eddie and Brett Young of West Plains are the parents of a baby boy, Slade Rockwell. He was born at 12:27 a.m. Oct. 3, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces and was 21 inches long. Grandparents are Danny and Mary Goodof Alton, Mo.; Steve and Vicki Gantt, Thayer; and Tom and Connie Young, Alton...
Ty Davian Vance (10/28/09)
Thomas and Melissa Vance of West Plains are the parents of a baby boy, Ty Davian. He was born at 7:19 p.m. Oct. 9, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. He weighed 7 pounds, 1-1/2 ounces and was 20-1/2 inches long. His siblings are Mason and Payton...
Harpoles to celebrate 70th wedding anniversary (10/28/09)
Chet and Maxine Harpole of West Plains, will be honored on the occasion of their 70th wedding anniversary with a reception from 1 to 4 p.m. Nov. 7 at the First Baptist Church, South Campus, West Plains, Mo. All friends and family are invited; omission of gifts is requested...
Tuckers celebrate 50th anniversary (10/28/09)
John and Hazel Tucker of Salem, recently celebrated their golden wedding anniversary with a trip to Branson. After returning from their trip, they stopped at Colton's at Mountain Home for dinner and were surprised to find their family waiting...
Harpoles to celebrate 70th wedding anniversary (10/28/09)
Chet and Maxine Harpole of West Plains, will be honored on the occasion of their 70th wedding anniversary with a reception from 1 to 4 p.m. Nov. 7 at the First Baptist Church, South Campus, West Plains, Mo. All friends and family are invited; omission of gifts is requested...
Tuckers celebrate 50th anniversary (10/28/09)
John and Hazel Tucker of Salem, recently celebrated their golden wedding anniversary with a trip to Branson. After returning from their trip, they stopped at Colton's at Mountain Home for dinner and were surprised to find their family waiting...
Tuckers celebrate 50th anniversary (10/28/09)
John and Hazel Tucker of Salem, recently celebrated their golden wedding anniversary with a trip to Branson. After returning from their trip, they stopped at Colton's at Mountain Home for dinner and were surprised to find their family waiting...
Fulton County Sheriff's Report (10/28/09)
Allen Winemiller, 25, of Horseshoe Bend was arrested for theft of property. Winemiller was released from Fulton County Jail on Oct. 19 after posting $340 bond. J.D. Comstock of Viola was arrested for harassing communications and contempt of court on Oct. 19. Comstock was released on Oct. 19 after posting $945 bond...
Izard County Sheriff's Report (10/28/09)
Two additional persons have been arrested in connection with shoplifting at Knowles True Value Store in Calico Rock. Daniel Dwight, 20, of Calico Rock and Zack Thomas Autry, 18, of Melbourne are charged with theft of property, a class "a" misdemeanor and remain in the Izard County Detention Facility in lieu of $2,500 bond...
Horseshoe Bend Police Department (10/28/09)
Tori Reiley, 32, of Horseshoe Bend was arrested for public intoxication and resisting arrest on Oct. 22. Additional charges are pending at this time. Reiley was transported to the Izard County Jail.
Missouri Highway Patrol (10/28/09)
Megan M. Dotson, 21, of Birch Tree, was traveling north on State Route T Oct. 20 at 6:30 a.m. in a 2006 Pontiac G6 when the vehicle struck a deer about 12 miles south of Mountain View. Dotson had moderate injuries and was transported to St. Francis Hospital by a private vehicle. The investigating trooper was S.N. Foster...
State Police report one vehicle accident (10/28/09)
Arkansas State Police, Troop I reported an accident occurred Oct. 19 at 2:32 p.m. on Arkansas State Highway 9 approximately 1.5 miles south of the intersection of State Highways 9 and 56 and 1.5 miles south of Brockwell. There was one vehicle involved and two injuries...
Thayer Police Report (10/28/09)
Patrick S. Sims, 18, of Thayer, was cited Oct. 20 for failing to stop for a school bus. Benjamin C. Matthews, 30, of Willow Springs, was arrested Oct. 20 for having one working headlight and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond was set at $524. James N. Brown, 61, of Thayer, was arrested Oct. 23 for three counts of first-degree child molestation, a Class B felony. Bond was set at $100,000...
Sharp County Sheriff's Report (10/28/09)
Daniel Brink, 20, of Cherokee Village was arrested Oct. 2 for careless driving, driver's license suspended for DWI and DWI drugs. Tonya W. Creekmore, 26, of Cave City, was arrested Oct. 2 for disorderly conduct and terroristic threatening. Matthew Sullivan, 24, of Hardy was arrested Oct. 3 for public intoxication...
Thayer Police Report (10/28/09)
Patrick S. Sims, 18, of Thayer, was cited Oct. 20 for failing to stop for a school bus. Benjamin C. Matthews, 30, of Willow Springs, was arrested Oct. 20 for having one working headlight and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond was set at $524. James N. Brown, 61, of Thayer, was arrested Oct. 23 for three counts of first-degree child molestation, a Class B felony. Bond was set at $100,000...
Horseshoe Bend Police Department (10/28/09)
Tori Reiley, 32, of Horseshoe Bend was arrested for public intoxication and resisting arrest on Oct. 22. Additional charges are pending at this time. Reiley was transported to the Izard County Jail.
Izard County Sheriff's Report (10/28/09)
Two additional persons have been arrested in connection with shoplifting at Knowles True Value Store in Calico Rock. Daniel Dwight, 20, of Calico Rock and Zack Thomas Autry, 18, of Melbourne are charged with theft of property, a class "a" misdemeanor and remain in the Izard County Detention Facility in lieu of $2,500 bond...
Missouri Highway Patrol (10/28/09)
Megan M. Dotson, 21, of Birch Tree, was traveling north on State Route T Oct. 20 at 6:30 a.m. in a 2006 Pontiac G6 when the vehicle struck a deer about 12 miles south of Mountain View. Dotson had moderate injuries and was transported to St. Francis Hospital by a private vehicle. The investigating trooper was S.N. Foster...
Fulton County Sheriff's Report (10/28/09)
Allen Winemiller, 25, of Horseshoe Bend was arrested for theft of property. Winemiller was released from Fulton County Jail on Oct. 19 after posting $340 bond. J.D. Comstock of Viola was arrested for harassing communications and contempt of court on Oct. 19. Comstock was released on Oct. 19 after posting $945 bond...
State Police report one vehicle accident (10/28/09)
Arkansas State Police, Troop I reported an accident occurred Oct. 19 at 2:32 p.m. on Arkansas State Highway 9 approximately 1.5 miles south of the intersection of State Highways 9 and 56 and 1.5 miles south of Brockwell. There was one vehicle involved and two injuries...
Sharp County Sheriff's Report (10/28/09)
Daniel Brink, 20, of Cherokee Village was arrested Oct. 2 for careless driving, driver's license suspended for DWI and DWI drugs. Tonya W. Creekmore, 26, of Cave City, was arrested Oct. 2 for disorderly conduct and terroristic threatening. Matthew Sullivan, 24, of Hardy was arrested Oct. 3 for public intoxication...
Sharp County Sheriff's Report (10/28/09)
Daniel Brink, 20, of Cherokee Village was arrested Oct. 2 for careless driving, driver's license suspended for DWI and DWI drugs. Tonya W. Creekmore, 26, of Cave City, was arrested Oct. 2 for disorderly conduct and terroristic threatening. Matthew Sullivan, 24, of Hardy was arrested Oct. 3 for public intoxication...