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This year's Spook City, put on by the Downtown Benton Business Owner's Association, will be dedicated in honor of the late James Posey, affectionately known as the Candy Man.

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A nurse at Saline Health System was honored with The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses. The award is part of the DAISY Foundation's mission to recognize the extraordinary, compassionate nursing care they provide patients and families every day. 

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With the help of Brandi Passante from the show "Storage Wars," Women's Own Worth, an organization that helps survivors of domestic violence and violent crimes, recently raised more than $100,000.  

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The Greater Bryant Chamber of Commerce will hold the Saline County Business Education Conference Oct. 25, with Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge as the keynote speaker. 

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Each year, beginning in October, officers with the Bryant Police Department are allowed to break the department's dress code and grow facial hair. Through the Beards and Badges fundraiser, the Bryant Fraternal Order of Police raises money for the department's Santas with Badges shopping even…

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The Saline County Library is proud to announce that Youth Services Manager Sarah Beth Lesko is the recipient of the 2019 Rising Star Award from the Arkansas Library Association.

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The boys head coach and director of Bryant Lacrosse both spoke to the Bryant Rotary Club about the club team at Luigi's Pizza and Pasta on Thursday. 

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On October 5th, the main source of power supply to the Boys & Girls Club of Bryant at Bishop Park was compromised. It is the understanding of the Clubs' officials that there are multiple lines supplying power to Bishop Park and the entire park was not

The Saline County Sheriff’s Office presented the Quorum Court with a proposal to add certificate and degree pay for deputies in order to increase retention rates within the sheriff’s office during a meeting Monday.

Costumes, swimsuits and floating pumpkins, Spook or Swim will be a unique way for the Benton Parks and Recreation Department to celebrate Halloween. 

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Saline County Judge Jeff Arey has lifted a countywide burn ban that had previously been issued on Sept. 27. 

The Churches Joint Council On Human Needs will hold its annual Hunger Hike fundraiser starting at 2 p.m. Sunday. 

The Glen Rose Beta Club is selling Pink Out T-shirts for people to wear during the Oct. 25 football game against Perryville High School to raise money for Genesis Cancer Center in Hot Springs for its Our Promise Cancer Resources. 

From ghouls to princesses, from superheroes to wizards, costumed kiddies, candy, rides and more will fill Downtown Benton for Spook City starting at 5 p.m. and running to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 19. 

The Art Association of Central Arkansas will hold its annual Juried Adult Art Show starting Friday and running through Oct. 11 in the atrium of Saline Memorial Hospital.

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Bryant city officials recently announced that beginning Tuesday there will a change traffic flow at the intersection of Raymar Road and Bryant Parkway. 

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When Director Tricia Power was hired to man the Bryant Animal Control Department in 1999, she made a 20-year plan for the department not thinking that she would  actually still be working in Saline County after two decades. 

The Benton Area Chamber of Commerce's annual Savor the Flavor and Nonprofit Expo will be from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Benton Event Center. 

The Osage and Hot Worx are teaming up to bring an array of wellness and fitness providers under the same roof for the Wellness and Fitness Showcase from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 5 at The Osage, 1110 Ferguson Dr., Suite A in Benton. 

Junior Auxiliary of Saline County will present the 10th annual Putt the Kids First Golf Tournament Oct. 18 at Hurricane Golf and Country Club. 

October will see a celebration of individuals with disabilities in the workplace in Arkansas and across the nation. National Disability Employment Awareness Month, NDEAM, kicks off in Arkansas at 11 a.m. Tuesday on the second-floor rotunda at the Capitol. 

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To celebrate the opening of a Burlington store in Benton, the business through a partnership with AdoptAClassroom.org made a large donation today to Hurricane Creek Elementary School. 

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The retirement party for Benton Fire Department Battalion Chief Greg Ford on Thursday at the Benton Senior Activity and Wellness Center was marked with much laughter and some tears. 

The Greater Bryant Chamber of Commerce is celebrating the changing of the seasons with the 32nd annual Bryant Fall Fest Saturday at Bishop Park. 

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Recently, the Bryant School District was awarded a Healthy Active Arkansas' Rethink Your Drink: Choose Water! grant to install bottle filling stations at five schools. To celebrate the grant, Arkansas Surgeon General Dr. Greg Bledsoe attended a press event Wednesday at Bryant Elementary School.