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Archive - Jan 2012

January 20th

Festival director defends actions

January 20, 2012

James Ballew, a Bryant resident and director of Family Fest, the annual Independence Day tradition that has attracted thousands of families and generated thousands of dollars for the city of Bryant in the 13 years since its inception, wants to set the record straight.
Ballew is referring to comments made by Bryant Alderman Danny Steele in a guest column that appeared in the Jan. 12 edition of The Saline Courier.

January 19th

CRIME REPORT: with Matt Burks

January 19, 2012

Dog shot in Bauxite by police; neighbors, police chief said it was warranted

A call of a vicious dog in Bauxite ended with the animal being shot, but a neighbor and the police chief say the death was warranted.

"It's very peaceful now," Melissa Parker said. "It's finally peaceful enough for my son to ride his bicycle outside without the fear of being bit. It's good for all of us."

Tonya Verser

January 19, 2012

Tonya Verser, 48, of Magnet Cove died Jan.17.  She was born June 24, 1963, in Malvern to Dean and Anita (Holiman) Nix.
She was a Malvern High School graduate and the medical staff coordinator at Hot Spring County Medical Center in Malvern.
She is survived by her husband, Tommy Verser; two sons, Josh and Zach Verser; her parents, Dean and Anita Nix; her sisters, Tammy Brown and husband Les, Kim Burton and husband Michael, and Kristi Jones and husband, Jeff. 
Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 20, at Regency Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Magnet Cove Cemetery. 

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