Archive - Sep 2012 - News Article
The Alexander City Council called a special meeting late Friday and discussed at length about three items, but one item was tabled and another was dropped.
Mayor Paul Mitchell informed the council that Saline County District Judge Curtis Rickard requested the council to vote on a resolution that would authorize him to hire a court clerk. Rickard also requested the council set the salary for the court clerk position, which Mitchell said had been advertised recently at $9 an hour.
A car wash fundraiser will be held Saturday at the J.T. Peterson Volunteer Fire Department in Bauxite.
The event will begin at 7 a.m. on the parking lot, located next to Bauxite City Hall on Arkansas 183. The public is invited and firefighters will be among the volunteers washing the vehicles. Donations are accepted.
The money raised will be used for the purchase of lifesaving equipment and training for Bauxite firefighters.
For more information, call Bauxite City Hall at 557-5936 or the J.T. Peterson Volunteer Fire Department at 557-2000.
It is not every day that the average person gets a chance to save lives, but that can be the case on Saturday with Operation Medicine Cabinet VI.
Benton District Court Judge Mike Robinson has sentenced 48-year-old Sheila Blair to two days in jail for violating terms of her parole.
Since 1995, Blair has racked up a total of 10 DWI arrests and a slew of various charges, including endangering the welfare of minor.
In conjunction with Blair's latest arrest by Bryant police on Monday for public intoxication and disorderly conduct, she is scheduled to appear in Bryant District Court on Nov. 7.