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Bryant, Pine Bluff scrimmage postponed

August 23, 2011

BRYANT — At the 2011 Salt Bowl Press conference, Bryant head coach Paul Calley said the Hornets would be utilizing more of a passing game than what some fans might be accustomed to.
And in Monday’s scrimmage against Pine Bluff, the Hornets stayed true to his word as they marched down the field in their opening drive for a touchdown.
“We utilized that short passing game,” Calley said over the phone Tuesday morning.

George Carroll Dicus

August 23, 2011

George Carroll Dicus, 74, of Benton passed away Monday, August 22, after a long illness and surrounded by his adoring family who lovingly cared for him in his final months. George was born May 19, 1937 in Little Rock, the son of the late Lonnie and Audrey Dicus.

Stephen Richard Lentz

August 23, 2011

Stephen Richard Lentz, 67, passed away peacefully Saturday, August 20, at his home in Rowlett, Texas, after a lengthy illness.  He was born July 20, 1944, in Sandusky, OH, to the late Ralph Frederick and Constance Joan Camp Lentz.  He was a graduate of Ohio University and was employed by AT&T/Lucent for 34 years.
 
In addition to his parents, he was also preceded in death by his brother, Gary Lentz and step-daughter, Kelley Page.
  

Walter C. Brannon, Jr.

August 23, 2011

Walter C. Brannon, Jr., 59, of Hot Springs passed away November 13, 2010.  He was born June 14, 1951 in Paragould to W.C., Sr. and Louise Brannon.  Walter was predeceased by his parents and son, Trey Brannon.
 
He is survived by two daughters, Ceci McFee of Hot Springs and Angela Niblett; sister, Anna Smith of Benton, six grandchildren, one niece and one nephew.
 

Ulysses Glen “Butch” Hardwick

August 23, 2011

Ulysses Glen “Butch” Hardwick, 74, of milemarker 123 in Bryant, went to be with our God in Heaven on Friday, Aug.  19. 
He was born March 9, 1937, in Sasakwa, Okla., to Guy and Lucille Hardwick and was the second oldest of four children. In his early adult years he served in the U.S. Navy where he played baseball.
From the Navy, he was scouted to play Triple A Ball for the then Kansas City Athletics (now the Oakland Athletics).

Harold “Lacy” Landers

August 23, 2011

Harold “Lacy” Landers, 84, of Benton passed away Friday, Aug. 20, in Bryant.
He was born June 28, 1927, in Benton to the late Virgil and Josie Landers.
He was preceded in death by his parents; his brothers and sisters, Ralph Landers, Vera Landers Lorenzo, Watt Landers, Carl Landers, Lucy Landers Crawford and Bob Landers; and a granddaughter, Lorie Black.

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