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Stories from Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Council OKs purchase of new police cars (07/18/12)
Tuesday night, the Blytheville City Council unanimously approved resolutions that allow the Police Department to purchase five patrol cars and upgrade the police radio system.
Police launch internal probe on jail complaint (07/18/12)
The Blytheville Police Department has opened up an internal affairs investigation following a report that a woman was held with a man at the Blytheville Police Department Detention Facility.
New home sought for early voting (07/18/12)
Mississippi County election officials are looking for a new location for early voting and storage of voting equipment.
Drum company may bring operations to Blytheville (07/18/12)
C&C; Custom Drums is looking to expand the company's operations, and that expansion may be making its way to Blytheville in the not-so-distant future.
Classic Movie Series moving to new day (07/18/12)
The Arts Council of Mississippi County will be debuting "The Ritz Classic Movie Series" on its new day at 2 p.m. Sunday at The Ritz Theater on Main Street in downtown Blytheville.
Blytheville Police reports -- 7-17-12 (07/18/12)
Recent reports from the Blytheville Police Department:
Kenneth Smith (07/18/12)
Mr. Kenneth "Kool Ken" Smith, 53, of Blytheville, died Saturday, July 14, 2012, in Blytheville.
Community clutter often goes unnoticed (07/18/12)
The difference between what is considered an "eyesore" and what is considered "normal" is often no more than a matter of one's daily habits.
Winner of local golf tourney doing well (07/18/12)
Do you know what Blytheville and White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., have in common? What about the Thunder Bayou Hooters Classic and last week's Greenbrier PGA Classic? Give up? The winner of the PGA golf tournament, $1,098,000.00, was Ted Potter Jr. -- the same Ted Potter who played in the Thunder Bayou Classic in 2006. ...
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