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Stories from Friday, June 25, 2010

Well repair will cost city $64K (06/25/10)
Council members waive competitive bidding
Open house held for new KIPP school (06/25/10)
was welcome everywhere except the KIPP School's Open House. The storm caused a power outage, resulting in a spooky, humid atmosphere at the KIPP College Preparatory School, located in the old Franklin Elementary School. Despite the darkness, folks had fun visiting. Here, Sen. Steve Bryles visits with folks at the Open House. Classes at KIPP start July 12...
Sanders launches mayoral campaign (06/25/10)
Standing inside the Walker Park gazebo Thursday night, Sheriff James Sanders officially announced his intentions to run for Blytheville mayor this fall. Sanders, who made his intentions known before more than 40 onlookers, served on the Blytheville City Council from 2005-2009 before being appointed to fill out the last year of the late Sheriff Leroy Meadows' term, which expires Jan. 1, 2011. He cannot run for sheriff because he was appointed...
Facility work moves on at Gosnell (06/25/10)
GOSNELL -- The Gosnell School Board received a facilities update and approved the purchase of furniture at its regular meeting Thursday. The Gosnell School Board began its meeting by approving the district's milk and bread bids, with Turner Dairy/Prairie Farms and Interstate Bread Company being the low bidders...
Photography class held at Ritz (06/25/10)
The Ritz Civic Center's Photography Workshop, taught by local photographer Richard Schlosser is going beyond a classroom and out on field trips this summer. "This is an eight-week course and this first meeting and the last two are the only ones that will be here at the Ritz," Schlosser said. ...
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