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March 27th

Edward “Red” O’Dell Beaty

March 27, 2012

Edward “Red” O’Dell Beaty, 78, of Jacksonville passed away Sunday, March 25. He was born February 11, 1934 in Saline County. Mr. Beaty was a Career United States Air Force Veteran who served during Vietnam.
He is preceded in death by his grandson Stephen Daugherty, and great-grandson Daemon Joniak.
He is survived by his wife Josephine Marie Beaty , his children; Douglas Beaty, Linda Daugherty, Barbara July and her husband Jeff, three grandsons; Timothy
Joniak, Paul Daugherty, James July, seven great-grandchildren, and a host of cousins.

March 26th

Arkansas Angels Pageants celebrate children with special needs

March 26, 2012

Nearly 14 years ago when B.J. and Johnathan Thorn exchanged nuptials, they had no idea the profound impact they would have one day on the lives of so many people. B.J., then 19, and Johnathan, 22, learned they were pregnant one month after returning from their honeymoon ... with twins.
"We didn't even have time to get to like each other," Thorn says.
The Thorns began making plans like any soon-to-be parents, but no amount of planning could have adequately prepared them for the early arrival of their daughters.

HOLLENBECK: Kitchenoli - a dish that was born and died on the same day

March 26, 2012

Not too long ago, I wrote a column in which I noted that I didn't recall eating blueberries in my earlier years, yet they're something we particularly enjoy nowadays.
We ate every other kind of berry I can think of, just not blueberries. Call me weird, but in Eastern Arkansas, I just didn't see the blue ones.

Benton Middle School receives $10,517 tobacco grant for 2012

March 26, 2012

Benton Middle School has been awarded $10,517 from the Arkansas Tobacco Settlement Commission as part of the 2012 Child Wellness Intervention Project Grant Program.
Dian Cowser, the school's assistant principal, accepted the award in a recent ceremony at the state Capitol in Little Rock.
Dr. Joe Thompson, Arkansas surgeon general, and Dr. Susan Hanahan, chair of the Tobacco Settlement Commission, made the presentations to Benton Middle School and other state schools selected for the grants.

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