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March 3rd, 2014

Burn Ban Lifted

March 3, 2014

Saline County is no longer under a burn ban.

Marguerite (Greet) House Haynes Layton

March 3, 2014

Marguerite (Greet) House Haynes Layton, 92, of Malvern, started her Heavenly family reunion on Feb. 27, 2014.  She was born in Hot Spring County, on Jan, 18, 1922 to Tom House and Judy Caroline Ross. She attended Glen Rose High School, where she played on the varsity basketball team. 
Mrs. Layton was primarily a housewife and mother and enjoyed fishing and crocheting. Although she didn’t like to cook, she had a special knack for creating “good” meals out of nothing, one of which was our favorite lunch, chocolate syrup and saltine crackers.

March 2nd

Famous Benton eatery closes shop

March 2, 2014

One of Benton's oldest and most famous restaurants shut its doors at close of business Saturday -- for good. Ed and Kay's opened in 1982, changing from Ed and Alma's. On Saturday, owner Kay Diemers closed shop, ending the reign of the "Mile High Pies" in Saline County.
Pick up a Monday issue of The Saline Courier for the full story.

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