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"Care for Our Cubs" toy drive underway

montcnews2@windstream.net MOUNT IDA - The annual "Care for our Cubs" toy drive gives local residents an opportunity to help local families provide a better Christmas for their kids. The annual event is the brainchild of Dixie Fecho. Fecho, a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, had participated in the

SWARKANSASNEWS.COM

Mine Creek Revelations by Louie Graves: Blame will linger

WITHOUT LOOKING at the newspapers or a sports magazine or some online site, tell me who won the recent basketball game played in China between UCLA and Georgia Tech? Bet ya can't. That's because the lasting publicity was that three UCLA players were caught shoplifting. And China has strict laws. The

SWARKANSASNEWS.COM

Principal named at Nashville elementary

News-Leader staff The new principal at Nashville Elementary School is well known to students and teachers. Rick Rebsamen was named to the post Nov. 16 by the Nashville School board following a 35-minute executive session. Rebsamen was the assistant principal at elementary and was moved to the princi

SWARKANSASNEWS.COM

Proposed Senate tax plan would hit North Texans hard

If you own a home or pay for health insurance, you'll probably pay more to fund tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans if the Senate tax plan becomes law. Homeowners have a big reason to be skeptical of Washington's latest promise of tax cuts for the middle class, especially those in North Texas, due

DALLAS NEWS - 2017-11-24 13:00:00

Tech Thanksgiving - Gadgets for cleanup

Welcome to Tech Thanksgiving, the column with the purpose of discovering new high-tech products and developing technology created to help make everyone's holiday convenient, cool, or all of the above! Tomorrow is the big day. Hope you've got all your appliances and ingredients ready for the big feas

CLEBURNE TIMES-REVIEW

Glass art at Hope gallery

Glass creations of Pine Bluff, Ark.-based artist James Hayes will be displayed at the Southwest Arkansas Arts Council's Art Station Gallery from Tuesday through Dec. 6. (Submitted photo) HOPE, Ark.-Dynamic and unique, the art glass creations by Pine Bluff, Ark.-based James Hayes will be displayed a

TEXARKANA GAZETTE - 2017-11-24 02:32:16

HopePrescott.com : Prescott plans water main replacement

PRESCOTT - A public hearing was held Monday prior to the November meeting of the Prescott City Council. The hearing dealt with the proposed water project to replace the current 16-inch main from the Little Missouri River to the water treatment plant and Firestone. Kiron Browning, with A.L. Franks En

MAGNOLIAREPORTER.COM - 2017-11-23 17:00:00

Former Hope teacher sues district over claims of bias

A former middle school reading teacher is suing the Hope, Ark., School District for alleged age and racial discrimination. Mary Ann Lovell claims her employment as a teacher at Yerger Middle School in Hope, Ark., was terminated because of her age, 74, and that she was subject to different treatment

TEXARKANA GAZETTE

Why this undefeated small-town football team has long been the center of its community

The more Clayton changes, the more it stays the same. Johnston County's largest town has almost tripled in size since the turn of the century, but high school football is still the Friday meeting spot and talk of the town in seasons like this one. The Comets are undefeated (13-0) entering Friday's

RALEIGH NEWS & OBSERVER - 2017-11-24 18:50:00

The Cyber Cafe dishes out good food at good prices while doing good

With every napkin dispenser and cracker basket he fills, every beverage cup he stacks, every table he wipes and every floor he mops, Chris Boyette pursues a dream. "I want to own my own restaurant and catering business with my sister," says Boyette, one of the workers at the Cyber Cafe, a not-for-

RALEIGH NEWS & OBSERVER

Food distribution feeds hundreds on Thanksgiving

More than 200 volunteers from agencies, churches and industries made Thanksgiving a little brighter for those in need Wednesday. Hundreds formed a line wrapped around the Opportunities Industrialization Center of Wilson's building waiting to have a basic need met this holiday season - food. "It's

WILSON DAILY TIMES (SUBSCRIPTION) - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

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Man Charged With Trespassing On School Bus

A Four Oaks man was arrested Tuesday after he allegedly boarded a school bus and refused to leave. WTSB News has learned the incident happened in the Sheffield Woods Subdivision off N.C. 210 near Lassiter Road. A Johnston County public school bus had stopped to pick up a student for a McGee's C

MY DAILY RECORD.COM - 2017-11-24 00:00:48

Made by Mom Gift Guide: Clayton artist finds beauty with watercolors; 'you never get the same result twice'

Editor's note: We launched our annual Made by Mom Gift Guide last week. Amy Beshgetoorian is among the dozen local moms featured. On Friday, Activate Good, the nonprofit that connects volunteers with the charities that need them, is launching a new shopping event called Shop for Good. The week-long

WRAL

Man killed Tuesday night identified by police

Goldsboro police have identified Tuesday night's shooting death victim as 42-year-old Sammy Lemarcus Evans, who was shot and killed at about 8:42 p.m. inside 109 N. Herman St. Maj. Anthony Carmon, head of the Goldsboro Police Department's Investigative Services Bureau, said the city's automatic guns

GOLDSBORO NEWS-ARGUS

Police issue new statement one year after Cole Thomas vanishes

BENSON, N.C. (WNCN) - A year after Cole Thomas vanished in Benson, local and state investigators are renewing their appeal to the public for information about his disappearance.CLICK FOR MORE PHOTOS OF THOMAS "As a parent myself, I can only imagine how difficult a year this has been for Cole's famil

WNCN.COM - 2017-11-24 21:26:57

Alamogordo Police Logs (Nov. 9 - Nov. 10)

Roy I. Sork, 31, of the 900 block of Mescalero, was arrested on a Municipal Court warrant for alleged failure to appear. Sork was jailed at the Otero County Detention Center in lieu of bond pending his appearance in court. Thomas R. Burno, 22, of the 1900 block of U.S. Highway 54 South, was charged

ALAMOGORDO DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-24 20:14:34

Clif and Barbara Reflections of their Alamogordo Thanksgivings

Editor's Note: The following letters by Barbara and Clif McDonald are memories of Thanksgiving in Alamogordo during a more simpler time. The letters are kept in the Tularosa Basin Historical Society Museum of History's archives. Dear Dad, This morning the air smelled like autumn and I noticed a few

ALAMOGORDO DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-25 03:02:58

Alamogordo resident feeds community for Thanksgiving

Subscribed, but don't have a login? ALAMOGORDO - For the third year in a row, Amber Green will celebrate Thanksgiving by preparing and delivering Thanksgiving meals to community members. "It started out of depression, honestly," Green said. "It was the first holiday I was without my son since my di

ALAMOGORDO DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-23 05:57:27

Downtown Alamogordo ready for Small Business Saturday

ALAMOGORDO - Emilia Mack, owner of MDC Computers, recently opened Rocket City Gaming Lounge in an effort to provide gaming of all types to Alamogordo. "The concept started as a cyber cafe, because that tied in nicely with what we were already doing with MDC Computers and the more I started to devel

ALAMOGORDO DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-23 05:58:23