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Stories from Thursday, October 14, 2010

Oldenberg's license revoked (10/14/10)
Medical Board takes strong action against local physician
Salem man charged in pharmacy burglary (10/14/10)
A Salem resident, Rodney Steven Fletcher, has been arrested for a drug store burglary in which cash and thousands of pills were taken. On Friday morning, Oct. 8, Darla York, owner of the Salem Drug Company discovered someone had entered her store by breaking the glass of the drive-through window...
Council considers long term lease of building at Fairgrounds to Fair Association (10/14/10)
The Salem City Council met in regular session on Thursday, Sept. 23 and a proposal was made regarding the Theater Building at the fairgrounds. The theater building is used for beauty pageants, talent shows and for the Annual Fairgrounds Flea Market. ...
Former Sharp County OEM Director sentenced to 20 years for sex crimes (10/14/10)
Tammy Curtis Staff Writer Pete Reilly, former Sharp County Office of Emergency Management Director, was sentenced by Circuit Court Judge Harold Erwin Oct. 5 on four felony counts of second degree sexual assault. Reilly was originally charged with four counts of rape and sexual indecency with a child in 2009...
Fall colors arrive in Missouri (10/14/10)
The fall colors are starting to creep into the leaves on trees across the Missouri Ozarks, as fall begins to slowly settle in. So, what causes those leaves to turn to brilliant shades of yellow, orange and red? It's not Jack Frost, as some leaves change color weeks before the first icy nights. What's really going on is a bit more complex...
Freedom Ford fundraiser to benefit Salem High School (10/14/10)
Ford Motor Company and Freedom Ford are partnering to help raise money in support of Salem High School as part of Ford's Drive One 4 UR School program. Members of the local community will have the opportunity to raise up to $6,000 for the athletic department by test driving a Ford, Lincoln or Mercury vehicle at the high school gymnasium on Saturday, Oct. 16 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m...
A homecoming to remember! (10/14/10)
Bobcats all over Tigers; close out SCA play with rout of Houston
Izard County Class 1A state champs (10/14/10)
One mark of a true champion is the ability to get the job done -- even on a day when you might not be playing your best. Especially on a day when you're playing on the biggest stage of the season, matched with an opponent that had just defeated you the previous week...
'Game of the Week' goes to Blazers (10/14/10)
Named the game of the week by some publications and many area fans, Highland, coming off a bye-week, had a hard time getting started against Valley View. On the other hand, the Blazers had no problem scoring early and often as they stayed perfect on the season with a 38-20 win over the Rebels at Valley View on Oct. 8...
Junior Rebs lose lead, lose game (10/14/10)
For 26-plus minutes , the junior Rebels held the lead over the junior Pirates, but at the 1:35 mark of the fourth, Highland lost the lead and one minute later lost the game, 16-8, at Gosnell on Oct. 7. The junior Reb defense had held on three fourth down plays, forced two punts and recovered a fumble prior to Gosnell's final drive...
Landowner workshop to target deer management (10/14/10)
A "Whitetail Deer Landowner Workshop" seminar will be held from 6:30 to 9 p.m. on Oct. 19 in the Citizen's Memorial Hospital Community Room in Bolivar. The workshop is being presented by the Missouri Department of Conservation and the University of Missouri Extension...
Death Notices for the week of Oct. 14, 2010 (10/14/10)
Beverly Jean Severson, 77, of Thayer, Mo., died Oct. 5, 2010, at the Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains, Mo. Arrangements by the Clary Funeral Home of Thayer, Mo. Margaret Kay Berry, 67, of Oxford, Ark., died Oct. 4, 2010, at Fulton County Hospital in Salem, Ark. Arrangements by the Cox-Blevins Funeral Home of Salem...
Sisco -- Exum (10/14/10)
Tonia Gelena Sisco and Shannon Lee Exum announce their upcoming wedding. The ceremony will take place Saturday, Oct. 23 at 2 p.m. in the afternoon at Koshkonong First Baptist Church. A reception will follow in the fellowship hall of the church. All family and friends are invited to attend...
Newcom -- Amaya (10/14/10)
Nicole Newcom and Travisi Amaya plan to exchange wedding vows on Oct. 15. Her parents are Weldon and Janice Newcom of Jonesboro, Ark. His parents are Molly Pickle of Cherokee Village, Ark., and Steve Mitchell of Hughes, Ark. The wedding will be held at 3 p.m. at Creekside Loft in Hardy, Ark...
Kliplinger -- Croom (10/14/10)
Mr. and Mrs. Shannon Wilkerson and the late Randy Kiplinger announce the marriage of their daughter, Chaley Rachelle Kiplinger to Christopher Kyle Croom on Saturday, Oct. 16 at Highland Hills Baptist Church at 2 p.m. Chaley is the granddaughter of Vicki Massengill of Fort Myers, Fla., and the late Mark Fields of Jonesboro, Ark. ...
Grooms celebrates 93rd birthday (10/14/10)
Bertha Grooms celebrated her 93rd birthday on Sept. 25 at the Garden Room of the St. John's Mercy Villa nursing home in Springfield, Mo., where she is now residing. Several family members and friends were in attendance. Bertha and her late husband, Clyde Grooms, lived on the family farm near Couch, Mo., their entire married life. In 2009 Bertha moved to the Springfield area, but she has a lifetime of fond memories as a resident of Oregon County...