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September 17th

Benton man arrested in Little Rock for alleged indecent exposure

September 17, 2012

Little Rock police arrested a Benton man on Friday for an alleged indecent exposure incident, and he could be linked to more incidents.
Brandon Runion, 32, was charged with felony indecent exposure and traffic violations.
Sgt. Cassandra Davis said Runion was taken into custody in the 5300 block of Evergreen in the Hillcrest neighborhood, which is near Mount Saint Mary Academy.
Davis said Runion could be responsible for several indecent exposure incidents that have occurred in the area since May.

Sense and Nonsense: Cat's quirky eating habits lead to intense rivalry

September 17, 2012

By Lynda Hollenbeck

Most kids go through a stage in which they refuse food. That's when parents/grandparents turn creative.
"Here comes the motorboat," sputters the feeder, holding a spoon laden with something designed to tempt the defiant one.
Of course this is done with appropriate boat sounds. And the one doing the feeding hopes like everything the kid won't spit the whole spoonful back at said feeder.
Then there's the airplane zooming over with another delivery of nutrition, again accompanied by original parental sound track.

September 15th

Bryants win in thriller

September 15, 2012

LITTLE ROCK – Bryant quarterback Hayden Lessenberry orchestrated a 13-play, 85-yard touchdown drive with 1:40 to go in the fourth quarter that sealed a 19-18 comeback victory over Little Rock Catholic on Friday at War Memorial Stadium.
 For Lessenberry, it was better late than never.
 In three consecutive offensive possessions in the second half, Lessenberry threw two interceptions and fumbled once, leading to an 18-12 advantage for the Rockets.

Benton fights hard, falls short

September 15, 2012

On a rain-soaked Friday night at C.W. Lewis Stadium, 66 young men suited up in the maroon and gray of Benton. Sixty-six young men represented themselves, their high school, their families, and the entire Benton community with class. Sixty-six young men gave their heart and soul in an effort to secure a win for the Panthers. Though the Panthers came up a bit short on the scoreboard, the entire community of Benton has reason to be proud of the Panthers and their effort.

The Benton Panthers baseball team took their first-round game of the Central Arkansas Tournament 9-...
The Bauxite Miners fell 9-6 to Maumelle in their 1st game of tourney in Mayflower, but came back...
The Benton Panthers baseball team, scheduled to play at noon, will now play at 2 p.m. Thursday in...

 

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