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September 25th, 2014
The American Red Cross offered Salt Bowl rivals Benton and Bryant high schools a chance for a rematch and Benton came out victorious.
The two schools had partnered with the Red Cross in a competition to determine which one could draw the highest percentage of student donations.
More info can be found in today's issue of The Saline Courier.
A pay raise Bryant Mayor Jill Dabbs received earlier this year has been brought into question after aldermen said they were not aware of the raise.
According to an ordinance passed in 2011, Dabbs was eligible for a 5 percent salary increase after she had served three years in office.
Dabbs told The Saline Courier that she believes Randy Cox, her challenger in the mayoral race, brought up this issue only with political motives, she said.
COLUMBUS, Ohio â€” A man who jokingly sought $10 from a crowdfunding website to pay for his first attempt at making potato salad and ended up raising $55,000 is making good on his promise to throw a huge party.
Zack Brown is planning PotatoStock 2014, an all-ages, charity-minded party Saturday in downtown Columbus featuring bands, food trucks, beer vendors, potato-sack races and definitely potato salad.
LITTLE ROCK â€” Secretary of State Mark Martin asked the Arkansas Supreme Court on Wednesday to dismiss a lawsuit from a Little Rock businessman who is trying to keep off the November ballot a measure to raise the state's minimum wage.