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Stories from Saturday, September 17, 2011

Sharp County Patriots to meet Sept. 20 in Cherokee Village (09/17/11)
Sharp County Patriots will meet at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 20, in the Cherokee Village First Baptist Church Family Life Center. The speaker will be Bob Parker, one of the spokesmen for the Missouri-based Property Rights Congress, a group that has fought for property rights for many years. ...
"Lighting the Landers" campaign launched to restore historic marquee in Batesville (09/17/11)
Since purchasing the severely damaged Landers Theater in 2008, the members of Fellowship Bible Church have contributed thousands of dollars to the restoration of the historic building. Both the interior and the exterior have been meticulously restored. ...
North Central District Fair set for Sept. 26 - Oct.1 (09/17/11)
The North Central District Fair will be held Sept. 26 through Oct. 1 at the Izard County Fairgrounds in Melbourne. New fair events this year include Cowboy Mounted Shooting in the Natural State of Arkansas (CMSA) presenting fast horses, blazing guns and top cowboys at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 27...
Animal adoption now requires sterilization (09/17/11)
According to Arkansas Senate Bill 550, which went into effect on July 1, all animals adopted through a pound, shelter, humane organization or animal rescue group must be sterilized prior to completion of the adoption. The bill, which amends AR. Code 20-19-103, makes it unlawful for any animal control or humane facility or group, statewide, to release any dog or cat to a new owner unless it has been spayed or neutered...
Highland Alternative students moved back to main campus (09/17/11)
Students attending the Highland Alternative School, housed in the former VFW building at Highland, have been temporarily returned to the main campus following the unexpected resignation of Jeff Cummins, an English teacher at the school. According to Seth Blomeley, Communications director for the Arkansas Department of Education, a complaint was called into the office Aug. ...