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May 7th, 2014

The return of the black panther

May 7, 2014

By: Lynda Hollenbeck
A significant event is coming up Tuesday. That's the day the new Panther sculpture will be unveiled at Benton High School.
I've already seen the big black cat and, no two ways about it, he is impressive. Students, faculty, alumni, everyone should be proud of the edifice. Particularly those who worked so hard to bring it about.

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Man on trek across U.S. stops in Bryant

May 7, 2014

Before he left Boston, Carl Wentworth said he did not really think out his idea to walk across the country in honor of veterans.
Two days after deciding to travel from "sea to shining sea," he started walking.
Wentworth, whose father retired from the Army after serving for 22 years, came up with the idea after he encountered difficulty in obtaining a proper military burial for his father.
"I'm walking to support our troops in honor of our veterans, all of them," she said.
He said he does not agree with the way veterans are treated when they come home from war.

 

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