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Fireworks show in Benton on Sunday

August 31, 2012

A fireworks display is scheduled late Sunday at Bernard Holland Park.
Robert Edwards, interim director for the Benton Parks and Recreation Department, said this is the fireworks show that originally had been planned for the Benton Freedom Fest held during the Fourth of July weekend. That show was canceled because of safety concerns during the "severe drought conditions," Benton Fire Chief Bill Ford said.

August 30th

'Mobsters' hit Bryant

August 30, 2012

Jeremiah Oltmans purchases meat at JAC's Meat Block Wednesday. He and other members of the Bryant Chamber of Commerce and city officials surprised local business owner, Jody Murdoch, of JAC's Meat Block with a "Cash Mob." Similar to a flash mob, the "Cash Mob" involved the a large group arranging to meet up at exactly the same time to spend money at a local establishment. Murdoch said they earned about $750 during the event, the amount he usually takes in on his busiest day.

Entergy firm on pole location

August 30, 2012

As questions and concerns continue to be raised about a high-voltage transmission line being installed in Benton, city officials say they have attempted to convince Entergy Arkansas officials to relocate a particular transmission line pole that is located within close proximity to the ball fields at Bernard Holland Park.
City Attorney Brent Houston reviewed the steps leading to that proposal in a detailed email submitted to members of the City Council. In essence, Entergy has refused to modify the project and the city has been told there is nothing that can be done.

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