October 17, 2012 Edition

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Incentive program
explained at hearing

Additional plant shows interest

Jane Dickey (left) with the Rose Law Firm talks with Rick Burris (right) and Sam Massey following a public hearing on Thursday afternoon regarding a bond issue for the Birdsong Peanut Company.
TD Photo ~ Gretchen Hunt
Some delayed paperwork to complete an incentive offered by the Arkansas Economic Development Commission to the Birdsong Peanut Company had some county residents concerned as several attended a public hearing on Thursday afternoon regarding a bond issue for the company.

Jane Dickey of the Rose Law Firm, who is the bond attorney on the project, explained to those in attendance that the purpose of the bond issue is to offer the company a partial abatement on property taxes.


Jones opens first-rate
duck-hunting lodge

A world-class duck-hunting lodge is now in operation right here in Lawrence County. The Stan Jones Mallard Lodge at Clover Bend opened its doors at the beginning of fall.

LawCo. adds Smart 911 system

Whenever an emergency arises and a person is required to call 9-1-1, their communication is typically hurried, erratic and error prone.

Hoxie to implement
fire science program

Mayor Lanny Tinker announced the implementation of the Hoxie Fire Science Program at the Oct. 9 Hoxie City Council meeting.

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