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Tuesday, Sep. 2, 2014

Stories from Thursday, September 5, 2002

Wells retires from Leachville Senior Center (09/05/02)
It was a tearful good-bye as senior citizens at the Leachville Center bid June Wells goodbye on Friday, her last day on the job. Wells has served as site director at the Leachville Center for the past eight years. The Center services Leachville and Manila senior citizens...
Lake city Museum to relocate (09/05/02)
The Lake City Museum recently located in the new city hall in Lake City but soon outgrew its home. The City Council recently approved to allow the museum to use the old city hall building on Cobean Boulevard. Museum Committee members began packing on Wednesday for the move. The committee is excited about having more space to allow additional displays for the visitors...
City officials to begin search for ambulance service (09/05/02)
Manila city officials agreed to contact area ambulance services in an effort to secure a new company to locate and service the Manila area at a special called meeting Wednesday evening. Manila Mayor Melvin Browning and council members reviewed a letter from EMT Medical Transfer, Crittenden Ambulance Service Corp., the company that has been serving Manila for the past two years, requesting a subsidy of no less than $50,000 or more than $75,000 a year to continue service in Manila stating that if an immediate subsidy agreement can not be reached the service would cease in Manila as of 8 a.m. ...
Veach appointed to Plant Board (09/05/02)
Randy Veach of Lost Cane has been appointed to the Arkansas Plant Board. Veach took his oath of office Thursday. He replaces former plant board member David Griffin, who did not seek reappointment when his term expired this year. Veach's term on the Plant Board will expire in August, 2004...
Mustang cheerleaders fare well at camp (09/05/02)
The Buffalo Island Central junior high cheerleaders attended a National Cheerleaders Association summer camp at Southeast Missouri State University. The camp attracted over 200 cheerleaders from the surrounding states. The National Cheerleaders Association selects award winners at each of the over 1,100 camps it administers around the world each summer. ...
Haven Nichole Fields - Monette (09/05/02)
Haven Nichole Fields, infant daughter of Heath Fields of Lake City and Kristy Ann Seymore of Monette, died Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2002, at St. Bernards Medical Center. In addition to her parents, she is survived by her maternal grandparents, Barry and Joyce Seymore of Monette; paternal grandparents Gene and Redena Turner of Lake City, and Victor Fields of Ravenden; paternal great-grandparents Venus Despain of Lake City, and Mr. ...
Lloyd E. Hale - Lake City (09/05/02)
Lloyd E. Hale, 82, of Lake city, died Monday, Aug. 26, 2002, at St. Bernards Medical Center. Born at Dixie, he had lived in the Lake City and Dixie areas most of his life. He served in the Army during World War II, was retired from Lincoln Manufacturing of Jonesboro and was a Baptist...
Myrtle Viola Holland - Monette (09/05/02)
Myrtle Viola Holland, 82, of Monette, died Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2002, at St. Bernards Medical Center. She was a homemaker and of the Prostestant Faith. She had lived in the Moentte area most of her life. She is survived by four sons, Albert Blackwell of Pocahontas, Steve Holland of Monette, Bobby Holland of Arbyrd, and James D. ...
Lloyd W. Redding - Kensett (09/05/02)
Lloyd W. Redding, 64, of Kensett died Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2002, at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Little rock. An Army veteran, he was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Survivors include his wife, Patsy Redding of the home; a son, Lloyd Redding Jr. ...
Eric Ray Glover - Lake City (09/05/02)
Eric Ray Glover, 27, of Lake City died Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2002, at Varner. He had lived most of his life in the Lake City area and was of the Baptist belief. Survivors include a son, Tyler Glover of Lake City; his mother, Waynette Glover of Lake City; three brothers, Steven Wood and Paul Wood, both of Lake City, and Terry Wood of Wells, Nev.; two sisters, Leslie Schreyer and Julie Wood, both of Lake City; and his grandfather, Ernest Glover...