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Emerson Kay Lyle

Emerson Kay Lyle, age 8, a resident of Wickes, Arkansas, died Monday, August 28, 2017 in the Mena Regional Medical Center. She was born on March 23, 2009 in Texarkana, Texas. She was a member of the Midway Pentecostal Church at Vandervoort, and she enjoyed make-up, fishing, hunting, dancing, playing dress-up, and music. She was preceded in death by her ...

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Cossatot River School District & K-12 Culinary Connection Partner

Cossatot River School District and K-12 Culinary Connection have partnered for the 2017-2018 school year, and their goal is to provide more choices and better quality food for your students. Along with these new and tasty options, we are providing a la carte items for high school students like Gatorade, water, and chips. Prices for these items are: Gatorade: $1.00; ...

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Bearcats Set to Host DeQueen for Season Opener

BY EASTON LEONARD – Under the faithful leadership of Coach Tim Harper, the Mena Bearcats Senior High Football team is set to take on the DeQueen Leopards to start off the season this Friday, September 1st. PHOTO COURTESY OF SAMANTHA MAECHLER Tina Walker [LEFT], aka ‘The Bearcats’ Biggest Fan, is as anxious as other fans for the official Bearcat season ...

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School Lunch Menus: August 28 – September 1, 2017

Acorn Public Schools: Monday: Breakfast: Variety cereal, pancake on a stick w/ syrup, fruit, juice, milk. Lunch: Elementary – Orange chicken, beef stir fry w/ vegetables, fried rice, egg roll, fruit, salad bar, juice, milk. High School – Orange chicken, beef stir fry w/ vegetables, baked potato bar, or pizza, fried rice, egg roll, fruit, salad bar, juice, milk. Tuesday: ...

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Tigers are Ready to Run

BY LOGAN MCCOURTNEY – Acorn Cross Country has been one of the dominate programs in Southwest Arkansas for a number of years under the direction of Keith Willsey. Since 1996, the Tigers have been a factor at State, making numerous visits and winning several championships along the way. This year is no different at Acorn, the Tigers look to keep ...

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Mena Tennis Set to Play

BY LOGAN MCCOURTNEY – The Mena Bearcat and Ladycat tennis teams are fast approaching their first matches of the year. Mena will host their first two matches of the season at McMillan Park August 24th and August 29th. The teams are practicing each day after school at McMillan Park preparing for their opponents. There are a good number of athletes ...

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Mena Golf Wins Again

BY LOGAN MCCOURTNEY – The Mena Bearcat golf team travelled to Magellan Golf Course at Hot Springs Village August 17th to compete in a Conference match. After a day of golf, Mena came in 1st place again in the early season. The Bearcats finished with a score of 118. Fountain Lake was close behind the Bearcats with a score of ...

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Desiree Hutto-Morin

Desiree Hutto-Morin, age 60, passed away August 9, 2017 in Hot Springs, Arkansas. She was preceded in death by her son, Steven Morin Jr. and her husband, Steven Morin Sr. She is survived by her parents Hazel and Dan Arndt, of Mena; two daughters, Felisha Sawyer of Tuscan, AZ and Crystal Bower of Pittsburg, PA. Memorial service will be held ...

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Annual Red Black Scrimmage Shows Bearcat Fans What to Look Forward to –

BY LOGAN MCCOURTNEY – The Bearcats held their annual fall Red/Black Scrimmage August 17th at Bearcat Stadium in front Bearcat fans who are ready for the start of the season. The scrimmage provides an opportunity for the team to get some good reps, while also giving fans a preview of the team. “We are a young team so any game ...

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Ivil Counts Rowell

Ivil Counts Rowell, age 94, of Mena, Arkansas passed away Friday, August 18, 2017 in Mena. Mrs. Rowell was born in Plunkettville, Oklahoma on September 26, 1922 to the late Harve Counts and the late Ethel Plunkett Counts.  She was happily married to the late Carl Rowell until his death.  Ivil was a loving homemaker and enjoyed raising her children.  She also enjoyed growing ...

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