Gloria Marlene Follett
(Obituary ~ 09/05/12)
Gloria Marlene Follett, age 81, passed peacefully into her heavenly Father's loving arms on Aug. 19, 2012 at Green Acres Lodge in Holiday Island, AR. Born Gloria Marlene Daugherty on Jan. 29, 1931 in Portland, OR, eldest daughter of Albert Elijah Daugherty and Rosa Beulah Anderson...
Savannah West graduates at Bryan College
(State News ~ 09/05/12)
Savannah West, a 2003 Berryville High School graduate, has graduated with a 4.0 GPA from Bryan College in Rogers. She earned an associate's degree in Applied Science and is now a Registered Medical Assistant employed at Mercy Clinic in Berryville. She was also named "Student of the Year" by her peers...
High receives scholarship
(State News ~ 09/05/12)
Cassidy High, a 2012 senior at Berryville High School, has received a $1,000 scholarship from the Berryville Business and Professional Womens Group. Cassidy has been an outstanding representative of Berryville schools, being involved in cheerleading, FFA, shooting sports, homecoming and serving as the first Miss Berryville 2009-2010. She may be most recognizable by her yodeling, and singing the National Anthem at many local and school functions...
State Fiddling Championships coming up soon
(Entertainment ~ 09/05/12)
MOUNTAIN VIEW -- On Friday and Saturday, Sept. 14 and 15, the Ozark Folk Center State Park will host the Arkansas State Fiddle Championship. The public is invited to come see the best fiddlers compete for bragging rights in the Senior, Junior and Open Divisions...
Sept. 4, 476 AD: The start of the difficult Dark Ages
(Column ~ 09/05/12)
The date of September 4, 476 AD is another one of those dates that is in the group of "most important dates in world history." It is generally agreed that this was the last day of the legendary Western Roman Empire. This was when the last Roman Emperor, Romulus Augustus was deposed as emperor...
Eureka Springs council nixes voter-approved urban deer hunt
(Local News ~ 09/05/12)
EUREKA SPRINGS -- The Eureka Springs City Council ended a long twisted debate over the voter-approved deer hunt at last Monday night's meeting when, ending months of attempts by pro-hunt aldermen to compromise on the issue and allow at least a shorter hunt take place, commissioners could not find the votes to go ahead with the hunt as currently planned...
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