- Drowning victim saved his wife before being pulled into Long Creek (Local News ~ 01/30/10)
Attorney granted more time to prepare in parking meter suit
(Local News ~ 01/30/10)
BERRYVILLE -- In a brief hearing held on Jan. 22, Circuit Court Judge Kent Crow allowed city-hired Municipal League defense attorney John Wilkerson's request for more research time for a lawsuit brought against Eureka Springs officials. The suit, brought by Pat Matsukis, Karen Lindblad, Rae Hahn, Lany Ballance and Charley Wurmnest, et al, asks for declaratory judgment and injunctive relief caused by Ordinance 2106, passed on July 1, 2009, which waived competitive bidding on coin-operated parking meters and included an emergency clause allowing their purchase.. ...
- Highlanders feeling good after 3 road wins (High School Sports ~ 01/30/10)
Bobcats sweep Lions for conference wins
(High School Sports ~ 01/30/10)
BERRYVILLE -- The Lions from Gravette wound up being the ones in a hostile den Tuesday night when three Bobcat teams took 4A-1 conference victories for a clean sweep. Coach Kristin Whetham's Lady Bobcats (8-12, 2-7) pulled out a 1-point nailbiter, 53-52, for their second straight conference win. Coach Brent Compton's senior boys (10-10, 4-5) won 57-39, and Coach Valeri Turner's junior girls (9-6, 2-3) won 45-25...
- Methodist youth aid Haiti victims (Local News ~ 01/30/10)
Mission Clinic offers free health care
(Community News ~ 01/30/10)
BERRYVILLE -- Sixteen years ago, at the Little Portion Monastery, Dr. Sean Murphy, a retired doctor, wanted to continue his work of helping the sick by opening a clinic to help those who could not afford to pay for treatment. He presented the idea to the others at the monastery and they agreed to fund this new clinic. ...
(Obituary ~ 01/30/10)
Irma VonSeggern, a resident of Berryville, AR, was born July 10, 1933 in Compton, CA, a daughter of Everette and Millie (Weir) King. She departed this life Tuesday, January 26, 2010 in Rogers, AR, at the age of 76. Irma was a Homemaker and she attended the Grandview Baptist Church...
HI Board receives report on prospects for foreclosures
(Local News ~ 01/30/10)
HOLIDAY ISLAND -- The Holiday Island Board of Commissioners heard some welcome news Monday when the district's attorney, Tom Morris, answered questions about possible mass property foreclosures. Foreclosures have been a concern to the district because of hundreds of properties owned by National Recreational Properties, Inc. (NRPI)...
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