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February 18th

Mommy brain has set in

February 18, 2013

By Jennifer Joyner

We've seen the scenario many times on soap operas and TV movies. A woman wakes up in a hospital with a bandage wrapped all the way around her head.
"Where am I?" she asks, looking frantically around her.
"You're at the hospital," says a handsome doctor in a calming voice. "You've had an accident."

February 11th

Sense and Nonsense: Serving up another heaping helping of the Southern tongue

February 11, 2013

By Lynda Hollenbeck

A recent column about Southern sayings apparently spoke to a lot of area residents.
For what it's worth, when you write a column like this — or any column at all — you wonder if anyone will read it. After that, you wonder if anyone will like it.
Through the years I've been surprised many times at readers' evaluations. I may not hear from anyone regarding something I sort of expected to stimulate a response, while something I just threw together in a big hurry without a lot of thought will generate a lot of comments.

Common Sense: Stuckey's was a welcomed sight to travelers

February 11, 2013

By Brent Davis, editor of The Saline Courier

If you want a really good look at the town of Benton, I suggest you go to the Big Red just off exit 114 and buy some gas. That’s what I did and I am telling you, the view is fantastic.
As I stood there filling the tank, I could see all the way up Interstate 30 into the city limits. The tops of the trees put down a carpet of green from one side of the horizon to the other. The steeple of the First United Methodist Church pointed skyward and right next to it, the Saline County Courthouse could be seen.

In the eye of the 'Obamacare' storm?

February 11, 2013

By Steve Boggs, publisher of The Saline Courier

President Obama’s health care reform effort plan had some good things in it, and some bad things in it. We’re already seeing the good parts of it – like the elimination of waiting periods and lifetime benefit caps – and it’s making a profound difference at street level.

The Benton Panthers baseball team could get just one hit in a 5-1 loss to the Conway Wampus Cats in...
The Benton Panthers baseball team took their first-round game of the Central Arkansas Tournament 9-...
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