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Stories from Monday, May 4, 2009

Police catch one burglar (05/04/09)
Blytheville Police report the arrest of a suspect caught in the act of a residential burglary Thursday morning. Police were called to the 1300 block of Hearn Thursday at 11:35 a.m., where a witness reported the burglary of a residence in progress. The witness told officers that the suspects ran around the house and back towards Chickasawba. ...
BPS employees honored at ASU (05/04/09)
Blytheville School District employees were the recipients of three of the 11 honors presented Monday night at the awards reception for Arkansas State University's Educational Leadership, Curriculum and Special Education Program. Richard Atwill, principal at Blytheville Middle School and the district's superintendent-elect, received the Outstanding Student Award for the Educational Specialist program in Educational Leadership...
Wet day for Springtime on the Mall (05/04/09)
Local residents braved the elements Saturday during the annual Springtime on the Mall. Despite the rain showers, there was still a fairly good crowd, considering the weather conditions. (Top photo) The unveiling of the mural in the pocket park on Main Street highlighted the day. ...
Campbell, Mo. mother is accused of strangling her one-month-old infant (05/04/09)
CAMPBELL, Mo. -- A Campbell, Mo. mother faces second degree murder charges following the death of her one-month old child. Joanna A. Faucett of 1105 Adrian Ave. in Campbell has been arrested, following an investigation into the infant's death on Wednesday...
Steele chief resigns; ex-BPD officer fills role (05/04/09)
STEELE -- The Chief of Police in Steele has tendered his resignation to the city, a move that comes on the heels of the Board of Aldermen voting to begin drawing up articles of impeachment. Sources at Steele City Hall have confirmed that a resignation has been tendered by Chief Michael Tomlinson. Tomlinson was recently indicted on drug charges by the federal government. The Board was going to consider the impeachment at their next meeting...
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