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September 18th, 2014
A few years ago, Jamie Dunn was working as a home economics teacher in Oklahoma when she chose a different route for her life.
That path took her to the Taste of Home Cooking Schools and becoming one of several chefs who host schools throughout the nation.
She will be in Benton on Thursday, Oct. 2, to lead such an event at the Benton Event Center.
Dunn says she feels at home in this role.
Benton Police Department
â€¢A woman on South Main Street reported her Social Security card and her son's Social Security card were stolen from her vehicle.
â€¢A man on South Second Street reported a backpack was stolen from his vehicle.
â€¢A man on River Street reported fuel was stolen from his vehicle.
â€¢A manager at Shiny Carwash on Military Road reported an individual attempted to break into a coin vault.
â€¢Kyle Paul Davis, 25, of Alexander received a citation for theft of property in conjunction with an incident at Econo Lodge.
LITTLE ROCK â€” Republican gubernatorial candidate Asa Hutchinson said Wednesday that Arkansas residents are about to be treated to something that voters in Iowa and New Hampshire see every four years â€” a barrage of political advertising.
Speaking to the Political Animals club in Little Rock, Hutchinson estimated that candidates up and down the ballot would spend $16 million over the next seven weeks on television and other media ads. He compared the upcoming ad blitz to the opening races of runs for the White House.