Archive - Mar 2012 - News Article
Benton resident Sarah Young-Price, 20, was crowned â€śMiss Awesome Personalityâ€ť in the 2012 Arkansas Angels Pageant on March 17 at Beebe High School.
The pageant was marked with the traditional grandeur - participants attired in rich gowns and suits, jewel-laden tiaras and satin sashes. Unlike other pageants, however, Arkansas Angels contestants are male and female, ages zero to 21, who have special needs.
Cliff McAdoo, 67, of Avilla, knows cars. His 50-plus years of car-building experience culminated this month when he was awarded the 2011 Arkansas Street Rodder of the Year by his peers.
"I was nominated back in November by James Hallman, a fellow street rodder," McAdoo explains.
In March, an awards dinner, with approximately 200 in attendance, was held in Conway for the 10 Arkansas nominees.
Benton resident Brad Moore has announced candidacy for a 5th term as Ward 4/Position 1 Alderman on the Benton City Council.
Moore lists his accomplishments as alderman as actions of which he is proud and which include:
Â· As chairman, Personnel Committee presented Comprehensive Employee Handbook
(passed unanimously) that is currently used
Â· As chairman, Personnel Committee presented proposal to settle lawsuit with
AFSCME union (passed unanimously)
Â· As chairman, Billboard Ad-Hoc Committee presented the "Billboard