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What’s Left?

Jul 14th, 2011 | By admin | Category: Opinion

One of my favorite television shows is “Shark Tank.”  I love to watch the big money guys and gal go through the decision-making process of whether to invest with the various people coming on the show to seek investors for their ideas, products, or company.  One night, not too long ago, there was a person [...]

What’s Left?

Jul 7th, 2011 | By admin | Category: Opinion

I hope you had a great 4th of July holiday!  I had a great time at the city’s event. The singing group - the Kimberlie Helton Band was very good - and all the food that was available for free from the various churches and civic groups was great! The fireworks were the best yet [...]

Ernest Vay Hill

Jul 7th, 2011 | By admin | Category: Obituaries

Out with a bang…“Mr. Hill, You’re going to live forever, aren’t you?!” said the nurse at the Beebe Retirement Center.  “No, I’m going to go out with a bang!” replied Mr. Hill.
Ernest Vay Hill of Beebe, Arkansas, went to be with his Lord on the 4th of July, 2011 at the age of 100.  Born [...]

Lucy Tanna Riley Kirkland

Jul 7th, 2011 | By admin | Category: Obituaries

Lucy Tanna Riley Kirkland, age 92, of El Paso, Arkansas died July 4, 2011.  Lucy was born to Ben and Lee Harper Riley.
She was a lifelong member of The Oak Church of Christ in El Paso.
Lucy is survived by sons, Jesse “J.B” Kirkland and wife, Freda, Leroy Kirkland and wife, Alice, all of El Paso [...]