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Stories from Thursday, February 24, 2011

Census shows falling population in Bootheel (02/24/11)
Thursday afternoon, the U.S. Census Bureau released its 2010 Census data for the state of Missouri.
Blytheville Police reports -- 2-24-11 (02/24/11)
Recent reports from the Blytheville Police Department.
Presidential hopeful makes stop in Blytheville (02/24/11)
John Davis Jr. of Grand Junction, Colo., wants to be the next president of the United States. Davis and his entourage stopped in Blytheville for a few minutes Tuesday
The darker side of nursey rhymes (02/24/11)
Many of us remember learning all the old nursery rhymes as children. Nursery rhymes -- or Mother Goose rhymes -- as some refer to them, most often originated in Britain and were songs sung by children that many times spoke of history, tradition and the way of life.
Young farmers invited to seminar (02/24/11)
Young farmers from Mississippi County and surrounding areas are invited to a seminar on "Decision Making Tools for Farm Planning."
Sarah Phelps (02/24/11)
Sarah Phelps loves the public, loves people, and loves to be of service to others. Born and raised in Blytheville, she now spends her time helping her fellow residents of Mississippi County.
UPDATED: Chicksaws are conference champs (02/24/11)
The Blytheville Chickasaws are the 5A-East conference champs.
Chicks can clinch league title Thursday night (02/24/11)
Blytheville head coach David Hixson said that the implications for tonight's matchup against Batesville are obvious: It's a conference championship game. "Just like they've all been," he said.
Baseball and Softball registration Thursday night (02/24/11)
The Blytheville Baseball/Softball Boosters will hold baseball and softball registration on Thursday at the Greater Blytheville Area Chamber of Commerce building.
Registration open for 'Legends' game (02/24/11)
Registration is under way for the "Living Legends Game," which will benefit the "Healing In The Hood" organization.
Hogs knock off No. 22 Kentucky (02/24/11)
In the Arkansas Razorbacks' program's 1990's prime, it still generally took a classic to Kentucky. So these generally not ready for prime time Razorbacks, 17-10, 6-7 in the SEC West, had to rise above even a classic to beat No. 22 ranked Kentucky and they did.
Lady Tigers advance in regional tourney (02/24/11)
The Armorel Lady Tigers took another step towards a state tournament appearance with a 51-35 win over Norfork in the first round of the 1A Regional tournament Wednesday night at Izard County.
Cupcake time (02/24/11)
Three-year-old Charlie Goodwin seems to be greatly enjoying her cupcake while playing Bingo during Tuesday's "Math and Literacy Family Night" at Blytheville Middle School. The event attracted many students and their parents to the school, where they participated in mathematics- and literacy-related activities that emphasized a fun, learning...
Margaret Gann (02/24/11)
Miss Margaret Gann, 91, of Blytheville passed away Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2011, at Great River Medical Center in Blytheville.
Jackie Paulett Howell (02/24/11)
Mrs. Jackie Paulett Howell, 57, of Harrison, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2011, at Washington Regional Medical Center in Fayetteville.
David Maynard (02/24/11)
Mr. David Maynard, 52, of Blytheville, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2011, at his home.
Laura Elizabeth Koonce Fulling Mosley (02/24/11)
Mrs. Laura Elizabeth Koonce Fulling Mosley, 47, passed away Friday, Feb. 18, 2011, in Blytheville.
Too much wind for me at Thunder Bayou (02/24/11)
Middle son Kit escaped for the weekend from the melting 2 feet of snow he inherited in Columbia, Mo., and headed south with granddaughters Leah-Bo and Alexandra, that much was a good thing.
Quorum Court meeting reveals need to get involved (02/24/11)
I attended the Quorum Court meeting on Tuesday night and there was quite a turnout of people to show support for our sheriff! The highlight of the meeting was at the start, when a group of young Mississippi County citizens led the entire Court and audience in the Pledge of Allegiance, and that was followed up with an inspiring prayer from Rev Echols. That was truly awesome Judge Carney!...
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