October 18, 2006 EditionAlso in this issue...
LHS administrator receives honor
County Judge Alex Latham visits with Lawrence Health Services Administrator Leah Osbahr at a reception held Friday to recognize her as the Arkansas Hospital Association C.E. Melville Young Administrator of the Year.
TD Photo ~ Gretchen Hunt
A selection committee chose Osbahr from those who were nominated for the honor. She said she was honored just to be nominated, not to mention winning the award.
"She's a good administrator," Bill Maxwell, chair of the LHS board of Directors, said. "It's an honor not only for her, but for the hospital and the whole county."
Osbahr has been leading the staff at LHS since 2004.
Hoxie to raise prices
Hoxie City Council voted unanimously to raise the price of water and sewer taps in their regular meeting on Oct. 10.
for water, sewer taps
Former Alabama chief justice
Roy Moore, former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, spoke Sunday morning in Walnut Ridge at the Gethsemane Missionary Baptist Church. Moore spoke to a crowd of nearly 300 people about God being an historic part of this country.
speaks at Walnut Ridge church
Wet/dry issue could
A wet/dry issue on the General Election ballot in Greene County could affect Lawrence County residents, as well.
affect Lawrence Co.
WR transfers land to airport commissionAlderman Dan Mullen, president pro tempore of the Walnut Ridge City Council, presided over the council's October 10 meeting, which Mayor Glenn Murphy was unable to attend. Aldermen voted to transfer property to the airport commission, discussed the city's building code and reviewed results of the yearly city audit.
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