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Stories from Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Fulton County on the list of state disaster declarations (11/04/09)
Governor Mike Beebe has declared Fulton, Little River and Woodruff Counties state disaster areas due to heavy October rainfall and flooding. This brings the number of declared counties to 23. Last week, Beebe declared disasters in Ashley, Boone, Bradley, Calhoun, Carroll, Chicot, Clark, Cleveland, Columbia, Dallas, Desha, Drew, Lafayette, Lincoln, Lonoke, Madison, Miller, Nevada, Prairie and Union counties...
Quorum Court reviews budget cuts (11/04/09)
"This is not a plan that county people would be happy with if they knew what it was really about." Ms. Greer, a concerned citizen
Matt's Miracle (11/04/09)
A Cowboy comes home
Ambulances and PTO topic of meeting (11/04/09)
The Fulton County Hospital Board of Governors met on Monday, Oct. 26 and a hot topic on the agenda was new ambulances for the hospital. The hospital's current lease on its two Sprinter Type 2 models expires early next year, so the Board entertained a proposal on the purchase of two new ambulances to replace them...
Seasonal flu vaccine still available (11/04/09)
Local health departments have been holding mass flu clinics at area schools to get the seasonal and H1N1 flu vaccines out to the community, and statewide, they're doing a pretty good job. According to the Arkansas Department of Health, as of October 30th, 102,226 seasonal flu shots and 17,625 H1N1 shots have been given across the state...
Dam breakage scenario drill conducted at Cherokee Village (11/04/09)
Being proactive is always the best way to be prepared in the event of any type of emergency. For this reason, numerous agencies in Sharp County took part in a disaster preparedness exercise Oct. 28 in Cherokee Village. The very real case scenario of how the county would react in the event of the breach of one of the dams on area lakes was presented to the Sharp County Judge, Sheriff, OEM Coordinator, mayors of Cherokee Village and Highland, Cherokee Village SID, Hidden Valley Property Owners Association, Cherokee Village Fire Department, Road and Street and Police departments, Homeland Security and members of the Arkansas Natural Resources Commission. ...
Rock This House event draws large crowd (11/04/09)
The Ash Flat Church of Christ recently hosted Rock This House women's conference Oct. 23-24. The event featured both local speakers and featured speaker Kelly Minter from Nashville. The spiritual event was very well attended. Minter is an acclaimed author of "Water into Wine" and "Hope for the Miraculous in the Study of the Mundane" and "No Other Gods." She is also a recording artist, public speaker and spiritual praise leader. ...
Dennison registers as sex offender (11/04/09)
The Izard County Sheriff's Department is releasing this information pursuant to Act 989 of 1997 and amendments of 2006 regarding sex offenders. William Les Dennison, recently released from prison, is residing at HC 80 Box 325, Violet Hill. Dennison was convicted Dec. 8, 2004, of conspiracy to commit rape (two counts). Documentation indicates these offenses involved the offender engaging in sexual contact with several minor males whose ages ranged from 13 to 15 years...
Flood waters rise again (11/04/09)
Rain has been steadily pouring down through the whole month of October that it recently had no where else to go except up and over the banks of rivers and creeks and onto roads and, in some instances, in people's houses. Oregon County Commissioner Leo Warren said the county is expecting there to be some road damage to deal with when the rain stops. "We won't know the damage until the water goes down," Warren said on Oct. 30...
School closes, too many kids out sick (11/04/09)
The Alton R-IV School District and Couch School District have had to close so students could stay home to combat the flu and avoid spreading it to others. Couch School District was closed Oct. 21-23 and Alton was closed Oct. 29 through Nov. 2 According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), "School and health officials should work closely to balance the risks of flu in their community with the disruption dismissals will cause in both education and the wider community. ...
Robotics team competes (11/04/09)
Robots are a thing of the future just as students are the future. Nowadays, it is hard to imagine getting to work without a car or being at work without a computer. No matter what people do, they almost always use a piece of technology to get it done...
New ambulances on their way (11/04/09)
"The Sprinters get great gas mileage, but they really aren't built for the kind of roads we run on." Tim Rogers Ambulance Administrator
Quorum Court reviews budget cuts (11/04/09)
"This is not a plan that county people would be happy with if they knew what it was really about." Ms. Greer, a concerned citizen
Sheriff urges residents to lock vehicles (11/04/09)
The Thayer Police Department is warning Thayer residents to lock their vehicles when they are parked. Chief David Bailey said there have been problems with car break-ins. He said in nearly all cases, the vehicles have been left unlocked so burglars can get to valuables in the vehicles easily...
Halloween Fun (11/04/09)
Photo by Emily McIntosh Some of the staff and visitors at Fun and Friends Senior Center dressed-up Oct. 30 for Halloween to celebrate all the birthdays in October. Front row, from left, are: DJ Frillman and Faith Brown. Middle row, from left: Tony Bamber, Betty Bamber, Frankie Simmons, Betty Watts, Beverly Hurst, Margie Stephens and Nancy Taylor. Back row, from left: Sue Scott and Kathy Anderson...
Todd receives plaque for service (11/04/09)
The city of Thayer held a retirement party Oct. 29 at the Thayer Police Department-Fire Department for dispatcher Brenda Todd. Todd has been working full-time at the police department for about 13 years. She said before then, she was working part-time and off and on since the 1980s...
Matt's Miracle (11/04/09)
Exactly two months after a life threatening injury left Matt Melton in Arkansas Children's Hospital fighting for his life, the sun came out for one of its brief appearances over the past few weeks for what appeared to be the sole purpose of welcoming Matt home Oct. ...
Brown charged with molestation (11/04/09)
A Thayer man was arrested for three charges of child molestation Oct. 23. James N. Brown, 61, of Thayer, was arrested for three counts of first-degree child molestation, a Class B felony, conducted between Dec. 1, 2008, and Sept. 22, 2009, according to Oregon County Prosecuting Attorney Fred O'Neill's office...
Floods once again wreak havoc on area (11/04/09)
In what seemed to be never ending downpours of rain in the area Oct. 30, rivers spilled out of the banks causing wide spread flood damage in Sharp County as well as numerous rescues being performed by local emergency personnel. In Sharp County, Judge Larry Brown announced the county was declared a disaster area on Oct. 30 following the rainfall that some accounts say reached as high as 7 inches over a less than 24-hour period...
Matt's miracle (11/04/09)
A cowboy comes home
Dam breakage scenario drill conducted at Cherokee Village (11/04/09)
Being proactive is always the best way to be prepared in the event of any type of emergency. For this reason, numerous agencies in Sharp County took part in a disaster preparedness exercise Oct. 28 in Cherokee Village. The very real case scenario of how the county would react in the event of the breach of one of the dams on area lakes was presented to the Sharp County Judge, Sheriff, OEM Coordinator, mayors of Cherokee Village and Highland, Cherokee Village SID, Hidden Valley Property Owners Association, Cherokee Village Fire Department, Road and Street and Police departments, Homeland Security and members of the Arkansas Natural Resources Commission. ...
Seasonal flu vaccine still available (11/04/09)
Local health departments have been holding mass flu clinics at area schools to get the seasonal and H1N1 flu vaccines out to the community, and statewide, they're doing a pretty good job. According to the Arkansas Department of Health, as of Oct. 30, 102,226 seasonal flu shots and 17,625 H1N1 shots have been given across the state...
City council discusses possibility of water for Riverbend Park (11/04/09)
The possibility of Riverbend Park's receiving city water and the potential of annexing the former Beach Club property into Hardy were the main topic of discussion at Hardy City Council's regular monthly meeting Oct. 20. The meeting was well attended, yet there wasn't a quorum to vote, so discussion was held about agenda items...
Domestic Violence Awareness Month (11/04/09)
Photo/Tammy Curtis Spring River Adult and Child Services (SACS) created a display at Ozarka College Oct. 29 for Domestic Violence Awareness month. The display highlighted the tragedy of domestic abuse through information about victims, who lost their lives to domestic violence in 2008. ...
Reeves laid to rest (11/04/09)
Photo/Tammy Curtis Seven area fire departments were represented at the Oct. 29 funeral of George Reeves, a former volunteer fire fighter and first responder with the Hardy Fire Department. The fire trucks led the hearse to the graveside service at Wiles Cemetery, where firemen and emergency workers paid their last respects to Reeves and his family...
Veterans Day ceremony Nov. 11th (11/04/09)
Veterans Day, Nov. 11th, was created as a day to honor all veterans of the American Armed Forces. This Veterans Day the American Legion Post 346 inconjunction with VFW Post 4772, DAV #55, the Purple Heart Association and the American Veterans Memorial Committee will honor all veterans at ceremonies to be held at the American Veterans Memorial in Ash Flat...
Rock This House event draws large crowd (11/04/09)
The Ash Flat Church of Christ recently hosted Rock This House women's conference Oct. 23-24. The event featured both local speakers and featured speaker Kelly Minter from Nashville. The spiritual event was very well attended. Minter is an acclaimed author of "Water into Wine" and "Hope for the Miraculous in the Study of the Mundane" and "No Other Gods." She is also a recording artist, public speaker and spiritual praise leader. ...
Brown big in OT (11/04/09)
Lady Horns cruise (11/04/09)
The Viola Lady Longhorns jumped out to a 19-9 lead after the first period and then cruised to a 64-35 rout of Twin Rivers Oct. 27 at the Longhorn Corral in Viola. Dedra Johnston paced Viola with 17 points, while Taylor Griggs added 13. Michaela Thompson and Leslie Barker had 12 points apiece, with Leslie Shrable adding 11 points...
Muddy mess makes for happy Hounds (11/04/09)
The 2009 Salem Greyhounds are a lot like ankle-deep mud. And that's a good thing. When you try to navigate through a patch of thick, oozy mud, it has a way of grabbing hold of you and relentlessly pulling with all the force of a Mack Truck in reverse...
Mustangs edge Cougars (11/04/09)
The Midland Mustangs hit 11 of 12 free throws down the stretch in the fourth period to hold back the Izard County Cougars 56-47 Oct. 29 in Pleasant Plains. Ryan Walker tallied 16 points for Izard County, with Preston Harmon adding 14. In girls' action, Rachel Harmon exploded for 29 points, but it was the Lady Mustangs who were 62-47 winners over the Lady Cougars...
Junior Horns tourney champs (11/04/09)
The Viola junior Longhorns captured the Bergman Junior High Invitational Tournament title with a 42-32 win over Flippin Oct. 29. The junior Longhorns led 12-10 after the first period, 23-16 at the half and 37-24 heading into the final frame. Austin Gardner led the champs with 20 points, while Skylar Robbins finished with 10 for Viola...
Brown big in OT (11/04/09)
Caleb Brown came through just when his team needed it most, scoring all 10 of Mammoth Spring's points in overtime, helping the Bears to a 64-59 home victory over Black Rock Oct. 27. The Zebras trailed by eight points with about three minutes left to go in the fourth, but Black Rock forced Mammoth Spring into eight straight turnovers to take the lead by two points...
Thrice is nice (11/04/09)
Monsoon, Cabool can't keep Thayer from winning third straight district title
Rebs/Seminoles pushed back (11/04/09)
Heavy rains Oct. 29 caused the Highland Rebels' trip to Osceola Oct. 30 to be postponed. The contest was pushed back to Nov. 2. In addition to the playing surface at Osceola being a muddy mess due to the influx of rain, Highland was one of the area schools that canceled classes Oct. 30 when the Spring River near Hardy overflowed its banks, causing flooding problems for the area...
Ticket in hand (11/04/09)
Win over Hoxie gives Cavemen playoff spot; destination still up for grabs
Junior Rebs finish on high note (11/04/09)
The loss to Osceola a week ago took away the Junior Rebel's chance for a conference championship, but a win over Gosnell would secure a strong second place finish and leave the team on a high note going into the off-season. The junior Pirates proved to be no match for Highland's running game as the Rebels won 32-14 at Gosnell on Oct. 29...
Highland Classic set to break in new facility (11/04/09)
The Highland Rebels are eager to begin play in the beautiful new 2,140 seat A.L. Hutson Memorial Center. And what better way to break in their new gymnasium than by hosting what looks to be one outstanding event? Beginning Nov. 9 and finishing Nov. 14, the Highland Classic looks should provide plenty of action for area basketball fans...
Hog Calls (11/04/09)
FAYETTEVILLE -- Since joining the SEC together, Arkansas and South Carolina have progressed through the league joined at the hip. Even different divisions don't set them apart. From their 1992 SEC inaugural game through this Saturday's 11:20 a.m. SEC Network televised game at Reynolds Razorback Stadium, Arkansas of the SEC West and South Carolina of the SEC East clash annually...
Blevins leads Grizzlies in season finale (11/04/09)
The fall season for the Missouri State University-West Plains Grizzly men's club golf team came to an end this past weekend with the Shawnee Community College Invitational Tournament at the Dalhousie Golf Club in Cape Girardeau, Mo. The Grizzlies struggled in the two-day event, placing sixth out of seven teams with a score of 679...
Blevins leads Grizzlies in season finale (11/04/09)
The fall season for the Missouri State University-West Plains Grizzly men's club golf team came to an end this past weekend with the Shawnee Community College Invitational Tournament at the Dalhousie Golf Club in Cape Girardeau, Mo. The Grizzlies struggled in the two-day event, placing sixth out of seven teams with a score of 679...
Miners prove to be good mudders (11/04/09)
Despite playing on a field made somewhat treacherous by the recent rainfall, Missouri S&T was able to navigate through the mud Oct. 31 to close its home schedule with a 35-14 win over Lincoln University. The Miners, who won for the third straight week, jumped out to a 19-0 lead in the first half and never looked back as they kept the visiting Blue Tigers winless on the year...
Mighty Mites face Highland (11/04/09)
The Salem Mighty Mite Greyhounds traveled to Ash Flat Oct. 24 to take on the Highland Rebels. The day started off with the third-grade squads squaring off. The Hounds started fast and never let up, taking a quick lead and then letting the defense do in the rest. Salem never looked back and won this one 30-6...
15-pointer felled in Sturkie (11/04/09)
WORTH A PICTURE: Mel Coleman of Salem (above), said, "Very seldom, if ever, do I pose in front of a camera, but I figure this is my first and last of something this nice." Shot with a crossbow at 6 p.m. on Oct. 27 in Sturkie, this big one had 15 points and an estimated weight of 190-210 pounds. The buck's age was estimated to 4.5 years old. "Thanks for the help and guidance of my son Nick, along with many other friends," Coleman said...
A swimming deer can't be taken by hunters (11/04/09)
Deer aren't fish, but they'll take to the water when they have to and with all of the water from the recent rains, many deer will do just that. They're good swimmers as well. But they can't be hunted while in the water, according to Arkansas Game and Fish Commission regulations...
Bowhunters must wear orange during gun seasons (11/04/09)
Sure, you can hunt deer with your archery equipment, including crossbows, or your black powder weapons during the modern gun season. But you have to follow the hunter orange requirements and bag limits for the modern gun hunt. This means following zone season and gender regulations for modern gun hunting...
Lessons for a safe hunting season (11/04/09)
At this time of year, hunters' daydreams are apt to involve front-page photos of themselves with whitetail bucks whose antlers sport more points than a porcupine. However, hunters who pursue their dreams heedless of safety or ethics risk making headlines in less pleasant ways...
Bowhunters must wear orange during gun seasons (11/04/09)
Sure, you can hunt deer with your archery equipment, including crossbows, or your black powder weapons during the modern gun season. But you have to follow the hunter orange requirements and bag limits for the modern gun hunt. This means following zone season and gender regulations for modern gun hunting...
A swimming deer can't be taken by hunters (11/04/09)
Deer aren't fish, but they'll take to the water when they have to and with all of the water from the recent rains, many deer will do just that. They're good swimmers as well. But they can't be hunted while in the water, according to Arkansas Game and Fish Commission regulations...
Death Notices published week of November 5, 2009 (11/04/09)
Juanita Ellen Cotham, 68, of Mammoth Spring, Ark., died Sunday, Oct. 25, 2009, at her home in Mammoth Spring. Arrangements by Carter Funeral Home Inc. of Thayer, Mo. Barbara Kay Dickey Stauffer, 68, of Cherokee Village, Ark., died Oct. 28, 2009, at a Batesville, Ark., hospital. Arrangements by Qualls Funeral Home of Batesville, Ark...
Death Notices published week of November 5, 2009 (11/04/09)
Juanita Ellen Cotham, 68, of Mammoth Spring, Ark., died Sunday, Oct. 25, 2009, at her home in Mammoth Spring. Arrangements by Carter Funeral Home Inc. of Thayer, Mo. Barbara Kay Dickey Stauffer, 68, of Cherokee Village, Ark., died Oct. 28, 2009, at a Batesville, Ark., hospital. Arrangements by Qualls Funeral Home of Batesville, Ark...
Death Notices published week of November 5, 2009 (11/04/09)
Barbara Kay Dickey Stauffer, 68, of Cherokee Village, Ark., died Oct. 28, 2009, at a Batesville, Ark., hospital. Arrangements by Qualls Funeral Home of Batesville, Ark.
Preslee Lynn Cochran (11/04/09)
Brant Cochran is proud to announce the birth of his baby sister, Preslee Lynn. Preslee was born Sept. 22, 2009, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Ark., and weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces and was 18-3/4 inches long. She is the daughter of Brennan and Whitney Cochran of Sturkie, Ark...
Brantley Alexander Gale (11/04/09)
Brantley Alexander Gale was born Tuesday Oct. 27th, 2009, at Baxter Regional Hospital in Mountain Home, AR. Brantley weighed 7 pounds 7 ounces and was 20-1/2 inches long. The proud parents are Charles and Shawna Gale of Mountain Home. Grandparents are Charles and Stephanie Gale of Oxford, David and Karla Zimmer of Mountain Home, and Ed and Barbara West of Horseshoe Bend...
Will Benjamin Munroe (11/04/09)
Dan and Angela Munroe of Ash Flat announce the birth of their son on Oct. 26, 2009, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. The baby has been named Will Benjamin Munroe. He weighed 7 pounds, 5 ounces and his siblings are Wade and Hunter. Grandparents are Gary and Linda Popisil and Jeff and Becki Munroe...
Douglas Randolph Price (11/04/09)
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, Mo. He weighed 8 pounds, 15-1/2 ounces and was 21-1/2 inches long...
Brody Max Redburn (11/04/09)
Jason Redburn and Amber Shaw of Alton are the parents of a baby boy, Brody Max Redburn. He was born at 4:18 a.m., Oct. 24, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains, Mo.. He weighed 8 pounds, 1 ounce and was 20 inches long. His siblings are Kyndra, 3 and Hunter, 2...
Pantera Marie Broyles (11/04/09)
Wesley and Trina Broyles of Moody are the parents of a baby girl, Pantera Marie. She was born at 8:54 a.m., Oct, 21, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. She weighed 8 pounds. Her siblings are Tori, 9, and Jazzman, 2. Grandparents are Jerrel and Susie Miller, and Mairlyn Broyles all of Moody...
Keili Rai Combs (11/04/09)
Darron and Lora Combs or Thayer are the parents of a baby girl, Keili Rai. She was born at 10:30 a.m., Oct. 21 at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. She weighed 6 pounds, 11 ounces and was 19-1/2 inches long. Grandparents are Sheldon and Becky Beverage, West Plains and Ron and Darlene Combs, Thayer...
Scarlett Anabelle Grace Dickson (11/04/09)
Buzz Dickson and Shelby Stephens of Winona are the parents of a baby girl, Scarlett Anabelle Grace Dickson. She was born at 6:51 p.m., Oct. 23, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains, Mo. She weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces and was 20-1/4 inches long. Her sibling is Izzie, 1...
Preslee Lynn Cochran (11/04/09)
Brant Cochran is proud to announce the birth of his baby sister, Preslee Lynn. Preslee was born Sept. 22, 2009, at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Ark., and weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces and was 18-3/4 inches long. She is the daughter of Brennan and Whitney Cochran of Sturkie, Ark...
Brantley Alexander Gale (11/04/09)
Brantley Alexander Gale was born Tuesday Oct. 27th, 2009, at Baxter Regional Hospital in Mountain Home, AR. Brantley weighed 7 pounds 7 ounces and was 20-1/2 inches long. The proud parents are Charles and Shawna Gale of Mountain Home. Grandparents are Charles and Stephanie Gale of Oxford, David and Karla Zimmer of Mountain Home, and Ed and Barbara West of Horseshoe Bend...
Will Benjamin Munroe (11/04/09)
Dan and Angela Munroe of Ash Flat announce the birth of their son on Oct. 26, 2009, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. The baby has been named Will Benjamin Munroe. He weighed 7 pounds, 5 ounces and his siblings are Wade and Hunter. Grandparents are Gary and Linda Popisil and Jeff and Becki Munroe...
Douglas Randolph Price (11/04/09)
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, Mo. He weighed 8 pounds, 15-1/2 ounces and was 21-1/2 inches long...
Brody Max Redburn (11/04/09)
Jason Redburn and Amber Shaw of Alton are the parents of a baby boy, Brody Max Redburn. He was born at 4:18 a.m., Oct. 24, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains, Mo.. He weighed 8 pounds, 1 ounce and was 20 inches long. His siblings are Kyndra, 3 and Hunter, 2...
Pantera Marie Broyles (11/04/09)
Wesley and Trina Broyles of Moody are the parents of a baby girl, Pantera Marie. She was born at 8:54 a.m., Oct, 21, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. She weighed 8 pounds. Her siblings are Tori, 9, and Jazzman, 2. Grandparents are Jerrel and Susie Miller, and Mairlyn Broyles all of Moody...
Keili Rai Combs (11/04/09)
Darron and Lora Combs or Thayer are the parents of a baby girl, Keili Rai. She was born at 10:30 a.m., Oct. 21 at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. She weighed 6 pounds, 11 ounces and was 19-1/2 inches long. Grandparents are Sheldon and Becky Beverage, West Plains and Ron and Darlene Combs, Thayer...
Scarlett Anabelle Grace Dickson (11/04/09)
Buzz Dickson and Shelby Stephens of Winona are the parents of a baby girl, Scarlett Anabelle Grace Dickson. She was born at 6:51 p.m., Oct. 23, 2009, at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains, Mo. She weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces and was 20-1/4 inches long. Her sibling is Izzie, 1...
Will Benjamin Munroe (11/04/09)
Dan and Angela Munroe of Ash Flat announce the birth of their son on Oct. 26, 2009, at White River Medical Center in Batesville. The baby has been named Will Benjamin Munroe. He weighed 7 pounds, 5 ounces and his siblings are Wade and Hunter. Grandparents are Gary and Linda Popisil and Jeff and Becki Munroe...
Fulton County Sheriff's Report (11/04/09)
Michael Standrod, 34, of Greenwood, Miss., was arrested Sept. 6 for petition of revocation bond and transferred to Fulton County Sept. 18. Standrod was transferred from the Fulton County Jail to the Arkansas Department of Corrections Oct. 30. Larry Willingham, 19, of Salem, was placed in custody Oct. 13. Willingham was transferred from the Fulton County Jail to the Arkansas Department of Corrections Oct. 30...
Izard County Sheriff's Report (11/04/09)
Deputies responded to domestic violence calls Oct. 28 and two males were arrested as the result. A Brockwell man, Bradley Skidmore, 31, was charged with domestic battering third degree and endangering the welfare of a minor. Christopher Ray Arnold, 41, of Franklin was charged with domestic battering third degree. Both were released from the Izard County Detention Facility the following day after posting bond...
Oregon County Sheriff's Report (11/04/09)
Ronnie D. Bowers, 28, of Thayer, was transfered to the Department of Corrections in Bonne Terre Nov. 3. Bowers was being held on a felony probation violation. Original charges were possession of a controlled substance.
Fulton County Sheriff's Report (11/04/09)
Michael Standrod, 34, of Greenwood, Miss., was arrested Sept. 6 for petition of revocation bond and transferred to Fulton County Sept. 18. Standrod was transferred from the Fulton County Jail to the Arkansas Department of Corrections Oct. 30. Larry Willingham, 19, of Salem, was placed in custody Oct. 13. Willingham was transferred from the Fulton County Jail to the Arkansas Department of Corrections Oct. 30...
Izard County Sheriff's Report (11/04/09)
Deputies responded to domestic violence calls Oct. 28 and two males were arrested as the result. A Brockwell man, Bradley Skidmore, 31, was charged with domestic battering third degree and endangering the welfare of a minor. Christopher Ray Arnold, 41, of Franklin was charged with domestic battering third degree. Both were released from the Izard County Detention Facility the following day after posting bond...