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December 12th

Bauxite wins conference opener

December 12, 2012

BAUXITE – The Bauxite Lady Miners started 7-4A conference play right with a 52-41 win over the Nashville Lady Scrappers on Tuesday night at Fred Dawson Gym in Bauxite. A slow first half led to a stagnant game early, but the Lady Miners woke up in the second half.
Bauxite (8-4, 1-0 7-4A) jumped to a 10-2 lead to begin the game, but the Lady Scrappers scrapped their way back to make it a 13-8 Nashville deficit at the end of one. The Lady Miners would go into a lull in the second quarter getting outscored 10-5 resulting in a tie, 18-18, game at the half.

Miners rout Scrappers to open conference

December 12, 2012

BAUXITE – The Bauxite Miners played an all-around game to open their 7-4A conference season with a 49-33 victory over the Nashville Scrappers at Fred Dawson Gym on Tuesday night.
“We played really well,” Bauxite Coach Mark Smith said. “Probably the best we’ve played this season. It was a good time to start out with the first conference game.”
The Miners (5-4, 1-0 7-4A) didn’t get off to a good start as the Scrappers couldn’t miss leading 14-3 early and finished the first quarter with a 16-7 lead over the Miners.

Razorbacks coach makes first hire

December 12, 2012

FAYETTEVILLE - Bret Bielema’s first official Arkansas Razorbacks hire is the coach coordinating Bielema’s last two defenses at Wisconsin.
Chris Ash, Wisconsin’s defensive coordinator in 2011 and 2012 and Wisconsin’s defensive backfield coach in 2010, becomes Arkansas’ defensive coordinator, new Arkansas Coach Bielema announced Tuesday.
Bielema, the Wisconsin Badgers’ head coach from 2006-2012 and their defensive coordinator in 2004 and 2005, was hired last week to succeed John L. Smith, the interim coach in 2012 after former Arkansas Coach Bobby Petrino was fired last spring.

Cardinals stay perfect in conference play

December 12, 2012

HASKELL - After two miserable seasons of Harmony Grove Cardinal basketball, first-year head coach Dexter Hendrix seems to have the program going in the right direction. After falling in the season opener to Poyen, the Cardinals had won 7 of 9 entering Tuesday.
With an undefeated 5-3A conference record entering the night, the Cardinals stayed unbeaten in conference play with a low-scoring victory over the visiting Fountain Lake Cobras. With less than 60 combined points scored on the night, the Cardinals walked away with the 34-23 victory.

Lucky 13: Carpenter hits game-winner for Lady Cardinals

December 12, 2012

HASKELL - The Harmony Grove Lady Cardinals have had a tough go at the conference season thus far in 2012, dropping the first two 5-3A contests this year. After losing to Perryville in a 67-44 blowout, Mayflower came to town and sent the Lady Cardinals into a 0-2 hole with a 33-28 win.

Bryant man arrested for fatal stabbing

December 12, 2012

An argument at a home in Bryant late Sunday allegedly led to a man fatally stabbing another, authorities said.
Itzamanna Jiminez-Jasso, 34, of Bryant is being held in the Saline County jail facing a charge of second-degree murder and is scheduled for a bond hearing Wednesday in Benton District Court.
According to Bryant police, about 9:40 p.m. Sunday, officers responded to a home in the 100 block of SE 3rd St. after receiving a call concerning a physical altercation involving a knife.

December 11th

Legal suit filed against city of Bryant, policeman

December 11, 2012

A lawsuit accusing a Bryant police officer of unlawfully arresting a county resident following a motor vehicle accident involving the plaintiff's wife has been filed in U.S. District Court, Western Division of the Eastern District of Arkansas.
The plaintiff, Robert Burdett of Bryant, cites nine specific counts related to the alleged incident. Named as defendants are the city of Bryant and Police Officer Michael Turner.
According to the complaint filed Dec. 5, Burdett requests a jury trial.
The complaint stems from an incident that allegedly occurred on Aug. 18, 2011.

December 10th

Sunny Red: a people person who touched many lives

December 10, 2012

Sunny Red left her mark in many areas of the community, but perhaps no place more significantly than on the area's older population.
Red, who died recently at the age of 91, served as director of the Benton Senior Activity Center for 12 years. During her tenure, from 1976 to 1986 she led the program through many changes and expansions.

Beavers fall short of title, lose on last play

December 10, 2012

There is always that one goal at the beginning of every sports season. From golf to volleyball, teams and individuals strive for that coveted trophy. That piece of hardware that will sit in a school trophy case for ever.
In the case of high school football, teams battle through blood, sweat and tears to get what they want. While some roads are easier than others, some teams find themselves in dog fights every week. For the 2012 Glen Rose Beavers and Harding Academy Wildcats, this season has been one to remember.

Johnie Allen James

December 10, 2012

Johnie Allen James, 85, of Lonsdale, born May 14, 1927 in Davis, Okla. to parents George and Elsie James, passed away on Thursday, Dec. 6. He was a member of Owensville Baptist Church. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army.
He was preceded in death by his daughter, Brenda James Fitzhugh, and his brothers, Thomas, Bert, Roy and Milton James.

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