April 24, 2013 Edition
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Joyce Rose, former WRHS counselor, has had a long involvement with the Quiz Bowl program, both locally and on the state level. She noted that during the state Quiz Bowl finals, which aired Saturday on AETN, several area residents were honored.
"They had a section featuring second generation Quiz Bowl players - Quiz Bowl parents whose children are now on Quiz Bowl teams. Three of the four featured were from Walnut Ridge: Amanda (Milligan) Richey and daughter, Miranda; Cathy (Cooper) Coker and son, Andrew; and George Jared and children, Austin and Megan.
"... I just found it really interesting, even though Cathy was the only one I had on a team. Amanda was competition as she played for Hoxie. I think George was on an Izard County team, so we probably saw him at tournaments. AETN came to Walnut Ridge and filmed them and then they were featured today (Saturday)
... QB is in its 28th year, so those second generation students are coming around."
Terry and Sherry Burnside will be missed in their management-ownership role at Sonic Drive-In in Walnut Ridge. Their contributions have touched individuals
and families, as well as the community. Their awards and accomplishments reflect the high caliber in which they have operated their business over the years.
Randy Ennis, job superintendent with Jensen Construction Co., said the new Black River bridge, now under construction at Black Rock, should be so strong that it will remain standing, even if roads are destroyed by an earthquake.
Miss Arkansas USA Hannah Billingsley gained many new friends here Saturday night when she granted a wish for WRHS senior Jerimiah Cue and accompanied him to prom.. Her new friends will be cheering her on when she competes in the Miss USA contest on June 16.
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