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Stories from Thursday, January 21, 2010

Twice Around Treasures opens in Leachville (01/21/10)
JoAnn Cardin has opened a new consignment business in Leachville. She named her new shop Twice Around Treasures. It is located in the former flower shop next to the Howard Funeral Service parking lot...
Woman arrested in Manila (01/21/10)
According to officers with the Second Judicial District Drug Task Force, Missisippi County Unit, Celeta Cagle, 32, of Luxora, was arrested in Manila on Tuesday, Jan. 12. The suspect was charged with possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine); possession of drug paraphernalia; and second degree criminal impersonation...
Fulkerson attends with For Every Home rally (01/21/10)
Molly Ann Fulkerson, supervisor with For Every Home, attended the For Every Home Rally held at the Element Hotel in Irving, Texas, on Jan. 9. For Every Home is a home party business with a mission to empower women to build a profitable and rewarding home-based business while cultivating opportunities to celebrate the moments, memories, and milestones of home...
Leachville Council OKs PD vehicle (01/21/10)
The Leachville City Council worked through a busy agenda consisting of purchase of new police vehicle, appointment of two new firemen and one First Responder at the regular council meeting held Monday, Jan. 11...
Manila Homecoming court presented (01/21/10)
BIC Homecoming Royalty crowned (01/21/10)
Buffalo Island Central Homecoming royalty pictured are, from left: Princess Kaley Poe, escort James Tate, crown bearer Kameron Dublin, Queen Katelyn Pittman, flower girl Laci Dewitt, escort Weslan Colbert, Princess Mallory Crites, escort Ben Cole. (photo provided)
Cobb sets single game three point record (01/21/10)
Michelle Cobb drilled eight three pointers to set a new single game mark in Riverside's 59-25 victory over Cross County Monday night at Cherry Valley. The senior finished the night with 26 points with teammate Meagan Goza added 12...
Rebels shoot down Thunderbirds 60-32 (01/21/10)
Riverside trounced Cross County 60-32 in 2A-3 conference action Tuesday night at Cherry Valley. Josh Anderson led the Rebels with 16 points while Jake Love scored 14 and Cole Winford chipped in 10...
Lady Lions complete three game sweep (01/21/10)
Manila rolled through the 3A-3 conference last week, racking up three home victories to improve to 8-3 in league play. The Lady Lions, now 13-5 overall, began the week with a hard fought 55-52 victory over Earle. Manila completed the sweep by blasting Harrisburg 46-27 before ending the week with a 60-34 thumping of Brookland...
Lions remain unbeaten in Conference play (01/21/10)
Manila kept its grip on first place in the 3A-3 conference with a pair of league wins last week. The Lions, 18-2 overall and a spotless 10-0 in conference play, knocked off Tuckerman 82-42 Tuesday night at Manila before celebrating homecoming by demolishing Piggott 80-56 Friday night...
Lady Mustangs run past Riverside 75-55 (01/21/10)
Buffalo Island Central used a tenacious pressing defense and a strong free throw shooting performance to pull away for a 75-55 victory over archrival Riverside Thursday night at the Mustang Athletic Complex in Monette...
BIC holds off Riverside 60-54 (01/21/10)
Buffalo Island Central celebrated Homecoming with a 60-54 victory over archrival Riverside Friday night at the Mustang Athletic Complex in Monette. The win completed a two game regular season sweep of Riverside and gave BIC its fifth victory in their last six starts...
Dorothy Jean Timms (01/21/10)
Dorothy Jean Timms, 76, of Lake City, died Thursday, Jan. 14, 2010, at her home. Born at Scranton, Ark., she was the daughter of the late Orville and Floy Johnson Jones and had lived most of her life in Lake City. The widow of Nolen Timms, she was retired from the Parker-Hannifan Company in Trumann, and was a member of the Refuge General Baptist Church in Lake City...
Morrell "Smokey" Mangrum (01/21/10)
Morrell "Smokey" Mangrum, 70, of Leachville, died Saturday, Jan. 16, 2010, at St. Bernards Medical Center in Jonesboro. Born at Black Oak, he was the son of the late Melvin and Vernie Smith Mangrum and had been a lifelong Leachville area resident. ...
Permelia Rodgers Goodson (01/21/10)
Permelia Rodgers Goodson, 90, formerly of Black Oak, passed away Thursday, Jan. 14, 2010, at Craighead Nursing Center. She was born Nov. 10, 1919, in Forrest City on the Graham Farm to the late A. O. ...
Edna Jean Farmer (01/21/10)
Edna Jean Farmer, 87, of Lexington, Neb., formerly of Manila, died Friday, Jan. 15, 2010, in Lexington. She was the widow of George Farmer who passed away in 1983. Born in Manila, she was the daughter of the late James and Orzona Billingsley Vanzant and had been a lifelong Manila resident until moving to Lexington four years ago. ...
Carlene L. Carmichael (01/21/10)
Carlene L. Carmichael, 71, of Leachville died Saturday, Jan. 16, 2010, at Great River Medical Center in Blytheville. Born at Caraway, she was the daughter of the late Raymond and Sylvia Busby Collins and was a lifelong area resident...
Teresa Ladd Ashley (01/21/10)
Teresa Ladd Ashley, 57, of Jonesboro, died Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2010, at the Flo and Phil Jones Hospice House in Jonesboro. Born in Monette, Teresa lived there before moving to Jonesboro in 1993. She was a senior vice president and human resources officer for Liberty Bank of Jonesboro. ...