Archive - Nov 2012
JoAnn Warford Corley, 79, a lifelong resident of Glen Rose. passed away Tuesday, Nov. 27, at Baptist Health Medical Center in Little Rock.
She was born June 23, 1933, the daughter of Jesse and Alice Jenkins Warford.Â JoAnn worked in the cafeteria at Glen Rose Schools for 35 years and also did volunteer work for the Salvation Army.Â She was a member of the Malvern and Saline Moose Lodges, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and Glen Rose Missionary Baptist Church.Â JoAnn enjoyed cooking and dancing and loved her family very much.Â
Carla Jay Manning, 20, of Benton passed away on Saturday, Nov. 24. She recently graduated from Remington College as a medical assistant and X-ray technician. She was a member of Glad Tidings Landmark Missionary Baptist Church in Pangburn.
She was preceded in death by her grandfather, Carl Manning.
A jury trial for an Arkansan accused of defrauding more than $40,000 from the city of Bryant was scheduled to take place on Dec. 5.
However, on Monday, Saline County Circuit Judge Robert Herzfeld approved a motion from attorney Parker Jones to continue the trial to 9 a.m. on March 26 and 27.
Jones is serving as legal counsel for 38-year-old Christopher Dwayne Barnes, who is facing a charge of theft of property in Saline County.
The Benton Freshman Panthers, behind 13 points from Jackson Oulch and 12 points from Clay Anderson, defeated Cabot North 39-21 Monday night. The win improves Bentonâ€™s season record to 7-1.
â€śItâ€™s always nice to win the home opener,â€ť Panther Head Coach David Torres said. â€śWe got off to a bit of a slow start, but weâ€™re able to speed up the game halfway through the first quarter. Cabot North is a big, long team and we were able to get them into an up-tempo game.â€ť