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Stories from Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Easter weekend busy time for Blytheville police (04/06/10)
Blytheville police officers were busy over the three-day Easter weekend, responding to many incidents and disturbances. On Saturday, a woman walked into a funeral home on S. Division Street and demanded money from the employees. When she received no money, the woman apparently became irrational and stabbed an employee of the business with an ink pen. She then left the business on foot...
Sen. Pryor tours ART (04/06/10)
Local company still growing, hiring at Aeroplex
Coalition offering HOPE (04/06/10)
Mississippi County Coalition for HOPE is a family-driven and child-guided program to help Mississippi County youth who have serious emotional and behavioral problems in the home, community and school. Dale Baker, president of Mississippi County Coalition for HOPE, said HOPE stands for Helping Other People Excel...
Five charged in Bobo case (04/06/10)
Formal charges were recently filed against five Blytheville men in connection with the city's first homicide of the year. Records filed in the Mississippi County Circuit Clerk's office indicate that Daitrell Talley, 20, of 236 Simon Street, Clarence Kelly Jr., 18, of 548 E. ...
Gosnell looks to develop lifelong readers (04/06/10)
GOSNELL -- Gosnell Elementary School hopes to not only improve comprehension among its kindergarten through second-graders with the school's new Guided Reading program, but create life-long readers as well. Elizabeth Bryce, instructional facilitator for K-2 at Gosnell, said it was time for a change from the old traditional reading program to a new program that allows students and teachers more flexibility...
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