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\January 2010 was a cold one, with snow and frigid temperatures being the top story in Gentry for the first two weeks of the year now past. Though temperatures did dip over the weekend, 2011 is starting off without the snow and extreme cold of a year ago. Other lead stories in January of 2010 include a house fire which destroyed the Highfill home of Garvin and Ila Reid on Gailey Hollow Road, and the Gentry School Board signed a memorandum of understanding with the Arkansas Department of Education at a special meeting on Jan. 6 agreeing to use national assessment models and national standards rather than state standards.

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News, Pages 2 on 01/05/2011

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