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Monday, Oct. 3, 2011

Stories from Saturday, January 15, 2011

'Healing in the Hood' program reaches youth (01/15/11)
"D.J." is an 18-year-old local boy who seems to have trouble maintaining eye contact, constantly shifting in his seat and checking his surroundings, over each shoulder. Looking after himself is second nature; D.J. has been a member of a gang since he was 13.
Budget awaits new Blytheville Council (01/15/11)
In the first City Council meeting for new Blytheville Mayor James Sanders and three new Council members, the city's governing body will consider the proposed 2011 budget.
Events planned to honor MLK Jr. (01/15/11)
Several events will take place Sunday and Monday to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Gentry still critical, but responding (01/15/11)
Patrol officer Cody Gentry of the Blytheville Police Department, who was severely injured Thursday in an automobile crash while pursuing an armed robbery suspect, is still listed as critical but stable at The Regional Medical Center in Memphis.
Shooting investigated (01/15/11)
Police officers responded to calls about a shooting on Kentucky street early Friday evening.
Blytheville teams split at Batesville (01/15/11)
The Blytheville Chickasaw basketball teams managed a split Friday night on their first road trip in the 5A-East District.
Armorel girls top Black Rock (01/15/11)
The Armorel Lady Tigers improved to 11-6 overall and 4-1 in conference play Friday night with a 48-41 win over Black Rock.
Razorbacks rally to top Alabama (01/15/11)
The Razorbacks never led Alabama in the first half and led only once in the second half before Rotnei Clarke's jumper off the dribble with 55 seconds left provided a lead they would never lose.
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