Archive - Jul 2012
Jerry Lynn Thomason, 65, of Traskwood passed away on July 22, with his family by his side.Â
Jerry was born on May 18, 1947 to Cleo and Mary Thomason in Benton.Â He was very outgoing and loved putting his cars in antique car shows, fishing, playing music and shooting guns.Â Jerry retired from Benton Service Center after 17 years as a fireman.Â His favorite times were spent with his family and friends. He was of Baptist faith.
Jerry is preceded in death by his father, Cleo Thomason; grandson, Patrick Hilborn and grandmother, Willie B. Smith.
Emma D. Sheridan, 80, of Beebe died Sunday, July 22, at her home. She was born April 25, 1932 in Sheridan. Emma was a retired supervisor for a hand bag company and a member of Mars Hill Baptist Church and Shiloh Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Jesse and Grace Adams Hunter, brother, Elmer Hunter and sisters, Georgia and Wanda Lou.Â
BRYANT â€“ It was a hard-fought weekend for the Bryant Everett Black Sox in the Arkansas American Legion AA State Tournament, but the Black Sox fell just short of a championship on Sunday night when they came out of the loserâ€™s bracket to face Pine Bluff National Bank in the final and lost 13-4 to be the state runner-up.
An Alexander man accused of downloading hundreds of images of child pornography to a home computer pleaded not guilty in Benton District Court on Tuesday.
Facing 236 counts of possessing child pornography and one count of attempting to influence a public official, 69-year-old John Darrell Green is set to appear before Saline County Circuit Judge Gary Arnold on Aug. 13, at which time atrial date could be. Green was arrested at his home on May 30 and as of press time, remains in the Saline County jail under a $150,000 sheriffâ€™s bond.