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February 27th

Porter Everette Tully

February 27, 2013

Porter Everette Tully, 67, of Benton passed away Saturday, Feb. 23. He was born Aug. 12, 1945, in Monticello. Porter was retired from General Electric, served in the U.S. Navy and was a member and deacon of East Side Baptist Church. 
He was preceded in death by his parents, Johnnie and Annie Tully; a brother John Tully, Jr.; and a sister, Scharlene Cornett.

February 26th

Common Sense: Who wants to live to be 200 years old?

February 26, 2013

By Brent Davis

A news report came across my television screen recently. The headline was “72 is the new 30.” The premise of the report was that with all the advances in health care, housing, clean water supplies and the availability of food, human beings are living longer lives.
The next question should be, “But do you really want to live to be 200 years old?”
My answer would be, “Only if everyone else does, too.” Here’s why.

Two suspects arrested on suspicion of commercial burglary

February 26, 2013

Two Benton men were arrested by Benton police Saturday for their alleged involvement with a break-in at the Benton Antique Mall.
Shortly after 9 p.m., officers reportedly responded to the business after an alarm activated. Police reported that a K-9 unit observed a man exiting the rear of the building, which is at 18325 Interstate 30.
Officers said they yelled at the man to stop, but the man, later identified as 53-year-old Terry Johnson, continued to flee on foot. K-9 Officer Lucky reportedly gave pursuit and apprehended Johnson.

The many incarnations of our favorite tales

February 26, 2013

By Jennifer Joyner

I vividly remember watching Disney's "Cinderella" when I was 5 years old and then attempting to recreate scenes from the movie in my bedroom. There was one particular part that stood out to me, and that was when Cinderella cleaned her room. To me, even while she was completing the mundane task of making her bed, she was the epitome of grace and beauty. She sang and danced, and as she shook out the sheets, they sort of floated up and landed perfectly in place. 

Class 6A state tourney postponed on Friday. Will continue on Saturday.
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