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Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013

Stories from Wednesday, September 1, 2010

County may lease building (09/01/10)
Physician wants to use county-owned office "If someone ... wants it and will fix it up, we should let them, instead of letting it stay there empty." -- Justice Joe Lewis
Teen accused in rape of 5-year-old (09/01/10)
A 16-year old Blytheville resident will be tried as an adult on a charge of raping a 5-year old girl. The teenager allegedly assaulted a 5-year old family member who lives in Wilson in July. Officers were called to the South Mississippi County Regional Medical Center in Osceola in regards to the incident. An interview and examination was also done at the Memphis Sexual Assault Center, where the results revealed evidence of the assault...
Parks seeking Ward 1 seat on Blytheville Council (09/01/10)
Stan Parks wants to see Blytheville return to its glory days as a progressive town that features prospering local businesses. Seeking the Ward 1, Position 2 seat, Parks said he can bring a wealth of business and management experience to the Blytheville City Council if elected in November...
Osceola school chief out (09/01/10)
OSCEOLA -- In an emergency board meeting Tuesday night, the Osceola School Board accepted the resignation of Superintendent Milton Washington and hired Mike Cox of Little Rock to replace him, pending approval of the Arkansas Department of Education...
West Main St. added to historic registry (09/01/10)
As of Aug. 5, the block of Main Street running from Sixth to Division has officially been added to the National Register of Historic Places. This listing includes the homes on the block, but is not a listing for each individual home. In order for buildings to be considered for listing on the Register, they must have been built before or in the year 1960, according to Matt Perkins, executive director of Main Street Blytheville. ...
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