S School board hires three

GRAVETTE -- Members of the Gravette School Board convened for a special meeting Tuesday night, July 1, to consider personnel matters. The meeting lasted only 20 minutes. Continue Reading »

S Hiwasse News

Johnny Hight underwent knee-replacement surgery last week. We wish him a complete recovery. Continue Reading »

S Learning advanced CPR

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S Decatur prepares for summer basketball league

DECATUR -- The air was once again filled with the sounds of basketballs bouncing down the court and shots hitting nothing but net during practice at Peterson Gym July 7 as the Decatur Bulldog senior basketball team prepared for its first game in the Gentry summer basketball league. Continue Reading »

S Old basketball rivals: Where are they now?

WESTSIDE -- Allyson Twiggs Dyer and Blair Savage-Lansden were tied together because of basketball for several years, but they have taken different paths later in life. Continue Reading »

S Gentry beats Ft. Smith, claims Babe Ruth title

BENTONVILLE -- Fort Smith looked to have seized the momentum in the fifth inning of the Senior Babe Ruth North state baseball tournament finals Sunday evening, but Gentry grabbed it right back. Continue Reading »

S Roberts Earns Master's Degree

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S Cooling Fun at Decatur Pool

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S Annexation question to go before Gentry voters

GENTRY -- Annexation will be on the November ballot for Gentry residents and for those living in several areas just outside current city limits. Continue Reading »

S Water, street improvements are in the works for Gentry

GENTRY -- A number of improvements to Gentry's water system and street system are in the works, among them a joint improvement project with SWEPCO to supply additional water to the Flint Creek Power Plant. Continue Reading »

S Hiring raises ethics query

n Decatur School Board member called upon to resign to prevent ethics violation. Continue Reading »

S Catholic mission formed in Decatur

DECATUR -- The sound of 30 voices singing worship songs in Spanish reverberated inside a small home in Decatur last week. Continue Reading »

S A festive 4th

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S Decatur resident recalls road to receiving new heart

DECATUR -- Imagine for a second that you are 2,000 miles from home attending a wedding and suddenly you experience a pain in the back part of your shoulder. On the return flight, that pain gives way to more serious symptoms until, after arriving home, you are rushed to the hospital and find that you have suffered a major heart attack. Continue Reading »

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S Little Miss, Mister Gentry chosen

Posing for a photo after the pageant were: Little Miss Gentry 2014, Ellie Nix, 3; first runner up, Channing Renfroe, 5; and second runner up, Rivir Wadsworth, 4. Continue Reading »

S Maysville News

Today sure seems like summer. I just hope the rains aren't over. Hope we get some in July and August. There seems to be a lot of hay baling going on. Fields in all directions have already got a lot baled. Guess too much rain makes it difficult on hay baling that hasn't got done. Continue Reading »

S Summer reading includes projects

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S Gravette teacher killed in traffic crash

GRAVETTE — Angela Scott, 44, of Bella Vista and a teacher at Gravette High School, was killed Tuesday morning, July 8, in a two-vehicle crash on Arkansas Highway 72, in Gravette. Continue Reading »

S Go green, read the newspaper

Many say subscribing to a printed newspaper is not ecologically friendly. They suggest going green and reading news on a computer, tablet or smart phone instead. But are they right? Could it be that a print newspaper is really a more green solution than reading electronically and then buying other products to do all those things a person can do with a read newspaper? I'm not against reading the news on an electronic device. I do it often myself. But is it really less green to buy and read a printed paper? I think not. Continue Reading »

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