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Stories from Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Money coming available to fix city streets (06/23/10)
The city of Blytheville's infrastructure bond retired last month and money should become available later this month or in July, depending on the swiftness the state releases the funds, according to Blytheville Mayor Barrett Harrison. The 1/4-cent tax generates between $53,000 and $70,000-plus, the mayor said. He said last month a 1/4-cent generated around $63,000, but the figure has been as low as $53,000 in the last six months. In recent years, 1/4 cent generated into the $70,000-plus...
No OK on flood maps by county (06/23/10)
Some JPs fear effects on local landowners
Buffalo Island has new memorial to honor vets (06/23/10)
After a year of fundraising and work, the Buffalo Island Veterans Memorial Park, located on Main Street in Leachville, is complete. "We began by fundraising," Karen Wallace, of the Buffalo Island Veterans memorial Park Committee, explained. "Barbara Lloyd (Leachville citizen) talked to our mayor (Leachville mayor Sheila Spurlock) about doing something for our veterans. ...
No charges yet in kids' heat deaths (06/23/10)
PORTAGEVILLE, Mo. -- Authorities are still investigating the details surrounding the death of two Portageville girls. According to Portageville Police Chief Ronnie Adams, no charges have been filed in the case. "As far as I know, we haven't got all of the paperwork back yet," Adams said, noting that he can't speak for all of the agencies involved in the investigation. "As of right now, we don't have anything."...
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