S Two die in Saturday wreck near Gentry

BENTON COUNTY -- Two 19-year-old men died in a one-vehicle accident near Gentry on Saturday, Gentry Fire Chief Vester Cripps said Sunday. Continue Reading »

S Gravette 4-H'ers observe Earth Week

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S DECA students visit universities

GRAVETTE -- On April 2, Gravette High School students visited Missouri Southern State University in Joplin and Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, Kan. The purpose of the trip was to attend competitive events and tour different career areas. Continue Reading »

S LaBrecque suffers injury

GRAVETTE -- The status of Lindsee LaBrecque, stellar pitcher for the Gravette Lady Lions' softball team, remains uncertain after she was injured while at practice last Friday. Continue Reading »

S Concession stand nears completion

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S Rankin named Teacher of the Year

DECATUR -- It is always an honor to be recognized by your peers for your hard work and dedication to teach young children the wonders of the universe. One such teacher was recently honored for her dedication to the advancement of young minds. Continue Reading »

S Highfill to make road repairs

HIGHFILL -- Council members approved the expenditure of up to $40,000, to be added to two General Improvement Fund grants totalling $30,000 the city expected to receive from local state lawmakers, in order to make repairs to approximately 4 1/2 miles of Digby and Peterson Roads and apply a chip and seal surface. Continue Reading »

S Board expels student

GENTRY -- A ninth grade student was expelled for the remainder of the year by the Gentry School Board for making threatening remarks to another student and for being in possession of a knife at school. Continue Reading »

S Sulphur Springs council holds April session inside the city's fire station

SULPHUR SPRINGS -- During the city's April 10 regular council session held inside the city's fire station, a number of ordinances and city codes were changed. Also, the city's attorney discussed his filing of the city's lawsuit, the mayor gave an update on the city's financials and council members brought up concerns about cleanliness on city property to include the inside and outside of city vehicles. Continue Reading »

S Spring Crank-up starts Friday

Gentry club will hold three-day antique engine and tractor show this weekend

GENTRY -- Things are again cranking up at the Tired Iron of the Ozarks show grounds south of Gentry in preparation for the three-day show which begins Friday. Continue Reading »

S Family Fun Day set Saturday

GRAVETTE -- This Saturday, April 19, will be a special Family Fun Day in Gravette, with activities being planned to entertain old and young alike. The Gravette Public Library, the Historical Museum and Ozarks Community Hospital are holding special free events. Continue Reading »

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S Ben resigns, Jeff Gravette will replace him as Decatur superintendent

DECATUR -- "Stability" is a word Larry Ben used to describe the current status of the Decatur School District. Continue Reading »

S Gentry council creates director of finance post

GENTRY -- City Council on April 7 gave final approval to an ordinance creating the separate posts of city finance director and city clerk at the beginning of 2015. Continue Reading »

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