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Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013

Stories from Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Ex-teacher in court on sexual misconduct charges (09/26/12)
Former Blytheville High School teacher Seth Parsons was in court Wednesday to face sex charges involving a 16-year-old minor.
Local ambulance services merging (09/26/12)
Residents of Mississippi County can expect a change in the landscape of emergency medical services from now on; Mississippi County Emergency Medical Service recently sold to Pafford Medical Service, and the two providers have combined their resources.
Blytheville to make cuts via attrition, eliminating "fluff" (09/26/12)
The Blytheville School District is looking at a substantial budget cut for the 2012-13 school year; however, Superintendent Richard Atwill said the district has already begun finding ways to make up for the declined funding.
County tackling budget process (09/26/12)
The 2013 budgeting process has begun for the Finance Committee of Mississippi County's Quorum Court.
Candidate questionnaires due Friday (09/26/12)
All candidates for Blytheville City Council and Mississippi County Quorum Court positions are reminded that the Courier News candidate questionnaire is due by the close of business on Friday, Sept. 28.
Blytheville Police reports -- 9-26-12 (09/26/12)
Recent reports from the Blytheville Police Department:
Chicks try to get offense on track against Raiders (09/26/12)
The 5A-East season is in full swing and taking shape very quickly. Every game from here on out could determine who gets into the Class 5A playoffs. Here's a look at this week's matchups. Blytheville (1-3, 0-1 5A-East) at Nettleton (2-2, 0-1 5A-East)...
Nevin NaShawn Hayes (09/26/12)
Nevin NaShawn Hayes, 16 months, was born April 14, 2011, in Blytheville.
Political yard signs signal arrival of fall (09/26/12)
As of last Saturday, fall is officially here. The air is a little cooler, the leaves are starting to change colors and farmers can be seen getting their crops out of the fields. But perhaps the surest sign of autumn has been the arrival of political yard signs.
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