September 19, 2012 Edition

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HISTORY EVENT HELD AT LAKE CHARLES - Daniel Cockrell of the Old State House Museum discusses Civil War medicine with Brooks Carter, a sixth-grader at M.D. Williams Intermediate School in Pocahontas, and other students during the fifth annual Living History at the Lake. The event was held Friday and Saturday at Lake Charles State Park and focused on espionage and special tactics.
TD Photo ~ Gretchen Hunt

Election results told

Voters decided races for two school board positions in Lawrence County on Tuesday.

Guitar Park opens in Downtown WR

Sonny Burgess and Stan Perkins cut the ribbon on Saturday afternoon to open the Guitar Walk at Cavenaugh Park.

Rain falls, festival goes on

Despite a steady rain in downtown Walnut Ridge on Saturday, there was also a steady stream of people throughout the day for the Beatles at the Ridge festival.

WR amends ordinance,
accepts PD resignation

At their regular meeting on Sept. 11, the Walnut Ridge City Council observed a moment of silence for the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and those who have fought and died in wars to protect our country and our people around the world from suffering the same fate.

Hoxie could face
increase in water fees

The Hoxie City Council met Sept. 11 and addressed the possibility of increased fees for water and sewer service in 2013.

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