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Stories from Saturday, February 5, 2011

James Hodges takes place in Powerlifting Hall of Fame (02/05/11)
In 1978, James Hodges joined his good friend in a new sport. Already a body builder, Hodges entered his first powerlifting competition and got hooked.
Lifeblood donations up for January (02/05/11)
January was a very good month for blood donations. Many donors who had not donated for a while returned in January and promised to get back in the habit of donating blood on a regular basis.
Speaker set for Black History Program (02/05/11)
The Mississippi County Black Cultural Association will have its Annual Black History Program at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 20, at Nehemiah Temple Church of God in Christ.
James Sanders (02/05/11)
Blytheville Mayor James Sanders considers himself a very blessed man.
Buzzer-beater sinks Chicks (02/05/11)
Blytheville lost its position atop the 5A-East Conference standings courtesy of a buzzer-beating putback dunk by Beebe's Dayton Scott as the Badgers rallied from a late deficit to win 50-48 at Badger Sports Arena Saturday.
Armorel teams pick up sweep (02/05/11)
The Armorel Tigers swept the Crowley's Ridge Academy Falcons Friday with a 60-53 win in the boys game and a thrilling 52-48 overtime win for the girls in the first game on Senior Night at Armorel.
Michael Patrick Powell (02/05/11)
Michael Patrick "Mike" Powell, 53, of Arkadelphia, died Thursday, Feb. 3, 2011.
Jim Houston Price (02/05/11)
Mr. Jim Houston Price, 83, departed this life Feb. 3, 2011, at his residence in Poplar Bluff, Mo.
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