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December 5th

HOLLENBECK: Right shoes could make the agony worthwhile

December 5, 2011

One of my favorite musicals is “Cinderella.”
A few fears back, I played the wicked stepmother in the Royal Players production of this Rodgers and Hammerstein jewel. It was my dream role.
Other than the wonderful music, the two sisters’ nastiness is the best part of the play. It typifies how ridiculous sisterly rivalry can be.
I don’t have a sister. I always wanted one and envied families that included several girls. One of my best friends had two. I thought she was the luckiest girl in the world. She would have given either or both of hers to me any day of the week.

December 3rd

BREAKING NEWS: Lady Miners win Bill Gibbs Tournament

December 3, 2011

The Bauxite Lady Miners made it to the finals of the Harmony Grove annual Bill Gibbs Memorial tournament on Saturday after beating Poyen 62-27 and Perryville 51-30. The Miners had a tough test in front of them on Saturday in the Mt. Vernon Lady Warhawks.
The Lady Miners used good execution and a bit of good luck to down the Lady Warhawks to take the tournament championship in a thriller 52-48. Senior Alaina Crouse led the Lady Miners with 19 points. Junior Mary Crow was in foul trouble early and sat for more than half of the game.

Bryant native not ‘too old,’ bags 8-point deer

December 3, 2011

Have you ever used the phrase, “I’m getting too old for this?” Well, it doesn’t apply to Bryant native Frank Myers Sr.
Myers, who will turn 93-years-old on Dec. 9, shot an 8-point deer from about 50 yards away over the Thanksgiving weekend at his son’s deer camp in Union County.
“He invites me down every year on Thanksgiving day to his camp down in south Arkansas,” Myers said of his son. “They hadn’t seen many deer, but I saw five doe, four yearlings and the one buck. He just came walking out of the brush there, turned his side to me, so well, ‘You’re mine.’”

 

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