April 4, 2007 EditionAlso in this issue...
Berry discusses budget, farm bill
Congressman Marion Berry (right) visits with Imboden Mayor Gene Dearen (left) and Hoxie Mayor Donnie Roberts after a roundtable discussion held at the Lawrence County Courthouse Tuesday afternoon.
Congressman Marion Berry met with Lawrence County citizens and government officials on Tuesday afternoon to discuss issues of importance to county residents.
"My primary purpose is to hear from you and get a perspective on where we should be focusing our efforts," said Berry.
Berry discussed the new budget, which he said will allow for more funds in the areas of law enforcement, fire protection and education. He also discussed changes in administration in the U.S. and in the first district.
"The American people spoke last November," he said. "They said we don't care if you are a Democrat or a Republican, we want to see change." Berry added that there are more new mayors in the first congressional district this year than there have been in his lifetime. continued...
Accident claims one lifeA car-train accident on Sunday night resulted in the death of a Black Rock native, according to a report released by the Arkansas State Police.
Belcher to fight on pay-per-viewAs Imboden native Alan Belcher nears his 23rd birthday, he is marking an important milestone in his career, as well. Belcher will fight in the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) 69 pay-per-view event Saturday. continued...
WR doctor's own battle
Dr. Shawn Peyton of Jonesboro is well on her way to recovery from a debilitating and frightening illness, Guillain-Barre Syndrome. The experience has instilled in her a strong compassion for her patients that could not be taught in medical school.
with illness instills strong
compassion for patients
Smith excited about
The newly-elected mayor of Strawberry, Jared Smith, is excited about serving his community.
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