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GENTRY SENIOR CENTER MENUS Week of Sept. 22 - 26 Monday: Vegetable beef stew, cornbread, fruit cup. Tuesday: Rosemary chicken, sweet potatoes, turnip greens, bread, applesauce cake. Wednesday: Fish patty on bun w/lettuce, tomato, tartar sauce, French fries, coleslaw, brownie. Continue Reading »

S GIS Shining Stars

Shining Stars at Gentry Intermediate School for the month of August are: Third Grade -- Kinzie Hill, Dominic Bouyear, David Grigg, Michael Meredith, Hunter Herrington; Fourth Grade -- Makenzie Owens, Emmi Haag, Afton Finnell, Hannah Hughes, Mallory Rogers; and Fifth Grade -- Michelle Glass, Ambry Smith, Lucas Guinn, Lee Roberts and Huntlee Wilkerson. Continue Reading »

S Volunteers needed for Relay for Life in Siloam Springs

SILOAM SPRINGS -- The American Cancer Society Relay for Life is seeking volunteers in Siloam Springs and West Benton County -- walkers, cancer survivors, caregivers, community leaders and anyone wanting to make a difference -- to organize and recruit fundraising teams, garner community support, coordinate logistics, seek refreshments and prizes, plan entertainment and lend a hand to ensure the success of the 2015 event. Continue Reading »

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Free flu shots for students at Gentry Public Schools will be available on Oct. 14. The Benton County Health Unit, in conjunction with Gentry Schools, will be providing free flu shots to all students. Those with insurance are asked to provide insurance information for the County Health Department. Those without health insurance coverage for the shots will be offered the vaccines at no charge. Continue Reading »

S Six vie for homecoming queen title in Gentry

GENTRY -- It's homecoming week at Gentry High School and the theme for this year's event is "Give 'em a 'beading.'" Continue Reading »

S Maysville News

We had fall weather last week, not very much rain but we're thankful for what we got. Maybe lawns won't have to be mowed much now. Continue Reading »

S Fall Festival set Saturday in Hiwasse

HIWASSE -- Folks in the Hiwasse community are busy preparing a full slate of activities for this Saturday's annual Hiwasse Fall Festival. It promises to be a fun day for persons of all ages with lots of good food, musical entertainment, games and door prizes for those attending. Events will begin at 11 a.m. at the Hiwasse fire station, 13860 Fire House Lane, and continue until 2 p.m. Continue Reading »

S Imagine Before and After School Care meets child-care need

GRAVETTE -- Once again the big yellow school buses are coming by every morning. School has been in session a few weeks now and students are busy in the classroom during the day. But what about those hours in the morning when mom and dad need to go on to their job but it's not yet time for the bus to run? Or in the evenings when the class day is over but the parents' work day hasn't ended? A popular Gravette location provides an answer to that dilemma. Continue Reading »

S Gravette resident combines love of trains and gardening

GRAVETTE -- Jeff Davis, of Gravette, has a model railroad in his backyard that would be the envy of most kids in town ... The garden railway in the Davis yard just south of the Baptist Church allows him to combine two of his favorite things, gardening and model trains. It consists of an elaborate layout including an entire miniature village inhabited by tiny figures, animals, vehicles and all the accessories to make the tiny town look authentic. Continue Reading »

S Hometown Events

The annual Hiwasse Fall Festival will be held Saturday, Sept. 20, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Hiwasse Fire Station, 13860 Fire House Lane, with attractions for all ages. There will be music, inflatables and games to play. Hamburger meals including hamburgers, chips and a drink will be available for $5 with proceeds benefiting the Hiwasse Community Room. Local crafts and fresh veggies will also be sold. Free snow cones, cookies, cotton candy and bottled water will be available. A chili cookoff will be a feature of the event. Area cooks are invited to enter a pot of chili to be judged. To enter chili or reserve a spot for local crafts/fresh veggies call 479-721-2143. Booths must be set up by 10:30 a.m. Continue Reading »

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S Hiwasse News

Don't forget to go vote on Tuesday. Continue Reading »

S 100 Years young

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S Maysville News

I was hoping for a rain this week and we got it. Sure was a good one. The grass is growing now and maybe will make the second cutting of hay the farmers need. Continue Reading »