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March 16th, 2015

10 Things to Know for Monday

March 16, 2015

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

1. ECCENTRIC HEIR ARRESTED ON MURDER WARRANT

In the finale of a documentary about his links to three killings, Robert Durst says, apparently to himself, that he "killed them all."

2. MAN ACCUSED OF SHOOTING 2 FERGUSON OFFICERS

March 15th

Peace, Love, Run

March 15, 2015

Runners pass the starting line Saturday morning at the Civitan Services’ sixth annual Peace, Love & 5K. According to Ashley Copple, special events coordinator for Civitan, more than 200 runners registered for the 1-mile run. About 80 volunteers from Benton Junior High School, Civitan Services and First Staff helped during the event. Proceeds from the 5K will benefit Civitan’s building campaign.

Benton's annual egg hunt set for March 28

March 15, 2015

Plans are underway for the annual Saline County Easter Egg Hunt in Downtown Benton.
Golden 'K' Kiwanis Club is hosting the event that will take place Saturday, March 28, at the Saline County Courthouse, at Owens-Mooney Park on North Main Street and on Sevier Street.

The egg hunt times and locations are as follows:
Courthouse Lawn
• 10:30-10:45 a.m. – 5-7-year-olds.

Kentucky beat No. 21 Arkansas 78-63 in SEC tourney final

March 15, 2015

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The top-ranked Kentucky Wildcats have a 34-game winning streak and yet another Southeastern Conference Tournament championship as they head into the NCAA Tournament.

So they sent student managers to cut down the nets.

The Bryant Lady Hornets softball team defeated the amount St. Mary's Belles 11-0 on Wednesday at...
The Bryant Hornets baseball team fell 3-2 to the Catholic Rockets at Lamar Porter Field in Little...
The Bauxite Lady Miners routed St. Joe's 16-0 on Tuesday in Conway. Valery Cotton went 3 for 4 at...

 

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