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Archive - Jun 2012

June 26th

Utility ordinance still up in the air

June 26, 2012

Benton City Council members once again discussed an ordinance that in its present form revises the customer service rules, regulations and fees for Benton Utilities, but the ordinance still has not been adopted.
In a meeting Tuesday night, attempts were made to revise the ordinance, but these suggestions were not approved.
Efforts also were made to approve the ordinance as it now reads on all of its three readings, but this didn't happen either.
Also thwarted was a motion to send the ordinance back to committee for further study.

Alleged child pornographer gets high bond

June 26, 2012

A Benton judge set a $200,000 sheriff's bond for a former Benton firefighter arrested on Friday for allegedly having child pornography on his home computer, according to staff at the Saline County jail.
Timothy Ryan Bodkin, 38, appeared via satellite in Benton District Court on Monday facing 1,000 counts of felony possession of child pornography. He reportedly is scheduled to appear back in Benton District Court on Aug. 7, at which time where he could enter a plea of guilty or not guilty.

Anna Woods Towell

June 26, 2012

Anna Woods Towell, 87, passed away June 21 at Saline Memorial Hospice house in Bryant. She was born in Heber Springs on July 13, 1924, the daughter of the late Albert and Mary Woods. Anna was a retired hostess at the Red Apple Inn.
She was preceded in death by her parents; daughter, Linda Chastain Matthews; a sister, Lucille Delong; and the father of their children, Leonard Towell.

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