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Stories from Wednesday, December 29, 2010

City doing the lawsuit shuffle (12/29/10)
The city of Blytheville recently settled with Lamar's Room, but there are at least four other cases pending against the city. The Courier News has learned that the settlement agreement with Lamar's Room was for $9,250, which includes all attorney's fees...
Open house, ribbon cutting set for Greyhound bus station (12/29/10)
Main Street Blytheville will be holding an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony at the recently completed Greyhound bus station at 5 p.m. Thursday. The station will be home to the offices of Main Street Blytheville, and a transportation museum, to be completed in three phases during 2011 and 2012...
Police warn again: Keep guns quiet New Year's Eve (12/29/10)
New Year's Eve, the Blytheville Police Department plans to enforce the city ordinance against discharging a firearm within the city limits just as it does the rest of the year. "The last few years we have increased patrol during the hours leading up to and after midnight on New Years Eve just to and confront people shooting their guns," Police Chief Ross Thompson said. ...
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