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Benton residents urged to conserve energy

July 6, 2012

Dan Smith, a technician with the City of Benton, is urging Benton residents to be aware that the city is under a level three energy alert. He said the alert means there is a risk of the power grid overloading because people run a lot of electricity during this time due to the heat. Smith said people should conserve electricity, such as turning off lights and other electrical equipment when not in use.

Briggs: UFC 148 could be biggest, best ever

July 6, 2012

If there is a bigger name in the UFC than Anderson “The Spider” Silva, I, nor has the rest of the world ever heard of him. Quite frankly, Silva may be the biggest star to ever step into the octagon. He is the champion of champions; the fighter of all fighters. He is the UFC. By many standards, he has already surpassed any other fighter in the sport’s history with his title defenses and his pure skill. Tabbed as the best “pound-for-pound fighter” in the world, Silva has yet to disappoint.

Former Benton parks secretary arrested for fraud and theft

July 6, 2012

A former administrative assistant for the Benton Parks Department was arrested Thursday on charges of fraud and theft of city funds, authorities said.
Just after 1 p.m. Thursday, Kitty Smith, 57, with hands cuffed behind her back, repeatedly said, "I have nothing to say" and that she had "no response" to questions by a reporter of The Saline Courier outside the Benton Police Department.

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