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Saturday collision on Hwy. 10 kills 2

Emily D Fitch, 25, and Andres G. Martinez, 21, both of Casa, were killed in a motor vehicle accident on State Highway 10 near Ola at approximately 4:41 a.m. on Saturday. According to a police report, the vehicle Martinez was driving crossed the center line and struck Fitch's vehicle. Fitch was trave

COURIER NEWS

Thousands expected for lighting ceremony and parade

The annual Holiday Trail of Lights Lighting Ceremony and Christmas Parade will take place Saturday in Paris. Thousands are expected to be in attendance, according to Tonya Baumgartner, executive director of the Paris Area Chamber of Commerce, which organizes the event. The theme of this year's parad

PARIS EXPRESS - 2017-11-22 13:51:17

Arkansas woman accused of driving vehicle into river while intoxicated

Authorities say a woman faces a charge of driving while intoxicated after her vehicle ended up in a river. An officer with the Perryville Police Department received a call around 6:45 p.m. Monday that a woman, wet and apparently lost, was walking north on the Fourche La Fave River bridge. Officers a

NWAONLINE.COM - 2017-11-22 19:14:00

Eskew named 2017 Arkansas Wendy's High School Heisman winner

Jessieville senior Noah Eskew, son of Cory and Tami Eskew, has been selected as the 2017 Arkansas Wendy's High School Heisman winner and has signed a national letter of intent to run at Oklahoma Baptist University. There are some students who set the bar. They work harder, show more passion and lead

HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE VOICE

Ain't it Amazing'

After a week at sea with 178 of my closest friends from Hot Springs Village and the Jessieville area, I am convinced I should create a new reality show for a major network within the United States. An abundance of time spent upon the 10th level Lido deck of the Carnival Dream, led my friends, Miss

HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE VOICE

Farmer's turkeys free, but pricey

Nathan Owens Katie Short, 34, of Farm Girl Meats in Perryville feeds her hogs Monday morning. She also raises cows, chickens - and this year, turkeys - for Arkansas tables. PERRYVILLE -- Katie Short can't imagine small-scale farming without the Internet. Unlike most farmers, Short, 34, of Farm Gir

NWAONLINE.COM - 2017-11-23 10:02:00

Local man, 22, drowns in river while hunting

KNOXVILLE -- A Russellville man has drowned after his boat capsized on the river during a duck hunt. According to reports, that divers with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission found 22-year-old Chase Standridge's body in the water near Cabin Creek in south Johnson County on Sunday. A commission sp

COURIER NEWS

Russellville Council OKs standard street lighting

After members of the Russellville City Council voted against installing decorative lighting on Sequoyah Way that would have cost over $400,000, aldermen voted 7-1 to install Entergy-owned standard poles and lights during its November regular meeting at City Hall. Public Works Director Kurt Jones sai

COURIER NEWS - 2017-11-22 16:04:09

Marijuana grower now a Scranton property owner

JASON FARMER / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Vireo Health plans to open Scranton's first medical marijuana growing operation on Rosanna Avenue under its affiliate, Pennsylvania Medical Solutions. SCRANTON Pennsylvania Medical Solutions, the company setting up a medical marijuana growing and processing facili

SCRANTON TIMES-TRIBUNE

Fire destroys Fort Pierre auto body shop; no one injured

FORT PIERRE (AP) - Authorities are investigating the cause of a fire that destroyed an auto body shop in Fort Pierre. The Capital Journal reports that the blaze at Fort Pierre Body Shop broke out about 2 a.m. Tuesday. The building was destroyed. No one was hurt. Fire Chief Justin Jones says utility

MITCHELLREPUBLIC.COM - 2017-11-22 16:23:13

17th Annual Pierre Parade of Lights

The 17th Annual Pierre Parade of Lights brought people downtown Monday evening. According to Lois Ries of the Chamber's tourism and visitors bureau, the winners were: The Griswald Award went to the Fort Pierre Fire Department; 1st place went to the "Sutton for Governor" float; 2nd place to Oahe Fede

CAPITAL JOURNAL

Pierre man killed in 1-vehicle rollover near Grey Goose Store

A 22-year-old man was killed late Sunday night in a one-vehicle rollover crash eight miles north of Pierre near the Grey Goose Store, according to Tony Mangan, spokesman for the South Dakota Highway Patrol. The man was driving a 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix east on 202nd Street, known as Holly Road, appr

CAPITAL JOURNAL

Fort Pierre City Council considering electric increases

This chart does not include the 0.9 cent surcharge paid by all customers, which is set to be eliminated in 2019, after the generating station is paid off. It also does not include a surcharge for non-city residents, which is proposed to increase from 2.55 to 2.6 cents per KWH in 2018. (Dave Askins/C

CAPITAL JOURNAL - 2017-11-22 06:33:00

Fort Pierre per gallon water rates proposed to stay same; 2 percent more for monthly base

Fort Pierre city councilmembers gave initial approval of a monthly base water charge from $24.50 to $25.00 for city residents, and from $36.75 to $37.50 for those who live outside the city. (Dave Askins/Capital Journal) The per gallon water rate is proposed to say the same in 2018 as it has been in

CAPITAL JOURNAL - 2017-11-22 06:33:00

Fort Pierre agrees to partial payment for rec trail paving done by Morris, Inc.

Looking south Monday afternoon at the section of recreational trail on the northern edge of Fort Pierre where Morris, Inc. did paving work. The 4-inch diameter hole is one of several core samples taken by Brosz Engineering to verify quality of the work. (Dave Askins/Capital Journal) After postponing

CAPITAL JOURNAL

Fort Pierre continues Christmas tree tradition of manhole as tree stand

Fort Pierre Christmas tree 2017. (Dave Askins/Capital Journal) Fort Pierre Christmas tree 2017. (Dave Askins/Capital Journal) The Fort Pierre Christmas tree is anchored every year in a manhole at the intersection of Deadwood Street and Main Avenue. Waiting for the tree to be dropped into the hole

CAPITAL JOURNAL

Pierre man named "Farmer/Rancher of the Year" at Ag Appreciation Banquet

Raleigh Leesman had a difficult day on Saturday, despite winning an award. He was named the Farmer/Rancher of the Year at the 35th Annual Central South Dakota Ag Appreciation Banquet in Pierre on Saturday night. But he almost didn't go. His father, Rick Leesman, died last Wednesday at 70. His wife,

CAPITAL JOURNAL

Manna House celebrates 30 years of feeding the community

NEWTON -- Manna House recently held a low-key celebration recognizing its 30 years of providing meals to those in need. "The door in the parking lot of the First Presbyterian Church of Newton has been opening at 11:30 every day for 30 years," wrote Linda Zwart, representing the Manna House Board of

NEW JERSEY HERALD - 2017-11-23 08:01:00

Drummer's Moon Sugar draws in jazz fans

"To perform, compose and teach music with the utmost integrity." That's been Michael Yaw's objective in life since he was a child. "There was a piano in my house when I was growing up," the Jersey City resident and jazz musician told The Jersey Journal. "I had no formal training; I just started crea

NJ.COM - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Sparta Police Make Drug Arrest in Front of Police Station

SPARTA, NJ - A Boonton Man is facing drug charges after being reported to police by other drivers. On November 20 around 7:25 p.m. Sparta Cpl. Marc Rubino went to Glen Road and Main Street on the report of an erratic driver, police report. Rubino stopped the beige Nissan Maxima driven by Joseph Col

TAPINTO.NET - 2017-11-23 19:11:00