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Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013

Stories from Tuesday, October 5, 2010

County sales tax revenue growing (10/05/10)
Data suggests signs of life in local economy
City committee pursuing evaluation info (10/05/10)
The Blytheville City Council's Personnel Committee is gathering evaluation criteria for city employees in all departments. The board met for about 45 minutes Monday afternoon, discussing job descriptions, criteria for raises, etc. with Blytheville Police Chief Ross Thompson and Thunder Bayou Golf Links superintendent Jeff Haskins...
Time to check smoke detectors (10/05/10)
The Blytheville Fire Department is encouraging citizens to make sure they have working smoke detectors. Fire Prevention Week began Sunday and continues through Saturday. The slogan this year is "Smoke alarms: A sound you can live with." "Many homes in Blytheville may not have smoke alarms, not enough smoke alarms, alarms that are too old or alarms that do not work," Blytheville fire marshal Rex Wilhite said. ...
Act 2! planning auditions for newest comedy show (10/05/10)
Auditions for the Act 2! community theater presentation "Christmas Belles" will be held from 6-8 p.m. Thursday and Friday at the Ritz Theatre in downtown Blytheville. A comedy written by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten, "Christmas Belles "has roles for seven women and four men. The roles are open to anyone 16 years and older, and no previous stage experience is required. The show is not a musical...
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