GRAVETTE Several from the area attended graveside services at the Bentonville Cemetery wherelittleAdrianManrriquez was laid to rest Tuesday.
I did not realize how infectious a cat bite could be until a little nip from Tippy sent me to the ER and caused me to miss some days of work this week.
Louis Presley is reported to be much improved.
LarryandReginaKeithhave returnedhomeafterspending sometimevisitingfriendsand relatives in Missouri.
Those enjoying Sunday lunch with Ward and Paula Carrier included Mr. and Mrs. Brian Carrier, Dale-Lynn and Lamarise Carrier, Amy Brooks, Krystal Anderson and myself.
Rick Banks was scheduled for eye surgery on Monday.
Some of Leon Carothers’ children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren enjoyed supper with him on Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs.Toby Houston and Linda made a trip to Stilwell, OK, over the weekend.
I’ve heard of a few success stories from the local deer hunters.
Scott Snider was honored with a surprise party given by his mother at the Community Center on Saturday night.
Larry Holloway and friends left Sunday morning for a hunting trip to Newton County.
Members of the Nazarene Church had a wiener roast planned for Sunday evening. Hope they had a good fire.
Several area young people won honors at the State Fair, including Autumn Gregg, granddaughter of Lytle and Novella Carlton, and Wyatt Bingham, grandson of David and Teri Pruitt.
Novella Carlton and Gloria Hill enjoyed a day at the arts and crafts fair on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Weihe have enjoyed a visit with their grandson this weekend.
Dale Henry is still on our sick list.
October 21, 1967, Vietnam War protesters stormed the Pentagon.
News, Pages 5 on 10/21/2009
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