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Archive - Aug 2011

August 30th

Bryant loses in first round of Spike Fest

August 30, 2011

The Bryant Lady Hornets’ volleyball team started Spikefest 2011 on Saturday with a sweep (25-18, 25-13) of the Magnolia Lady Panthers at Little Rock Christian Academy.
Bryant followed with a split with the Little Rock Christian Lady Warriors (16-25, 28-26) and swept Little Rock Hall Lady Warriors before getting a rematch with the defending state champion Bentonville Lady Tigers in tournament play. “We started the day looking really good against Magnolia,” Bryant coach Beth Solomon said. “The girls were hitting hard and digging up almost everything.”

August 29th

HOLLENBECK: Designer hospital gowns should be wave of future

August 29, 2011

Nobody likes to go to the hospital.
Correction: MOST people don’t like to go to the hospital. There are hypochondriacs who thrive on such experiences, but I don’t count myself among them.
I have known such individuals, including one now deceased, who was in my fringe family circle. She was an interesting woman when you could get her to talk about matters other than those that ailed her, but this was no easy task since she thrived on what my spouse calls “organ recitals.”
But that’s fodder for another day.

Johnny (James) William Hunnicutt

August 29, 2011

Johnny (James) William Hunnicutt, 78, of Benton, passed away Sunday, August 28.  He was born March 21, 1933 in Benton to the late Will Hunnicutt and Marie Garner.  Mr. Hunnicutt worked in maintenance at the Arkansas Human Development Center.  He was preceded in death by his parents; five brothers and five sisters.
 

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