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Detox Program to Now be Offered Through MRHS

Cowboy for a Day!

BY MELANIE WADE • Mena Regional Health System has partnered with N ew V ision, a medically supervised withdrawal management service, to provide a medically supported detox program to the area. “There is a huge need,” said MRHS Administrator, Ja y Quebedeaux. “We think it will do extremely well here.” The program will provide a hospital setting where alcohol or drug addicted persons can voluntarily admit themselves and receive medical assistance to lessen the symptoms of withdrawals, which can many times be physically painCONTINUED ON PAGE 5

Back to School Bash Set for Friday BY LEANN DILBECK • Several local churches have j oined together to host what they hope will become an annual event for local students. A ‘ Back 2 School Block Party’ is planned for this Friday, August 18, at Bearcat Stadium and is open to all county students 6th through 12 th grade, including Acorn, Cossatot, Mena or home school students. The Red Black Scrimmage for Mena, previously scheduled for August 18, was moved to Thursday, August 17. CONTINUED ON PAGE 8

Ellison Represents State at National Conference

BY MELANIE WADE • Polk County Ju dge Brandon E llison was recently selected to represent not j ust the county, but the state of Arkansas, at the annual N ational Association of Counties Conference & E xposition held in Columbus, Ohio. E llison serves as an officer on the Board of the Ar ansas Association of Counties AAC , as Secre tary. ach year, he e plained, one officer from the state is selected to attend the conference. E llison was honored to attend as Arkansas’ representative.

Tony Davis plays cowboy for a day at the 2017 Polk County Handicapable Rodeo held on Friday, August 11. The event is a hit each year, not just for participants, but for volunteers as well. Shown leading Tony is George Strother, one of the dozens of volunteers who spend the day with the participants!


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Yankee Clipper Welcomed to Chamber

Educational Co-Op Seeks Foster Grandparents T

Yankee Clipper, a local salon, was welcomed into the Mena/Polk County Chamber of Commerce with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday, August 8, 2017. Yankee Clipper is located at 601 Hwy. 71 North in Mena, in the Northside Shopping Center. They are a full service salon offering hair, nail, and massage services.

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he DeQueen-Mena E ducation Co-Op is looking for Foster Grandparents to help out in county schools. As a Foster Grandparent, you can help in the county’ s schools and daycares by tutoring at-risk students. Today, nearly 3 0,000 volunteers help more than 2 80,000 children nationwide. The DeQueen-Mena E ducation Co-Op has a Foster Grandparent program that is open to volunteers ages 5 5 and over and who can serve between 15 to 3 5 hours per week. A tax-free stipend is offered to help cover costs for income eligible volunteers. N ot only will you be helping children, studies have shown that older Americans who volunteer freq uently tend to live longer and report better health. If you have q uestions about the Foster Grandparent tutoring program, contact the DeQueen-Mena E ducational Co-Op at 870-3 862 2 5 1.

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Young Promoted to Union Bank Senior Vice President U


nion Bank of Mena would like to announce the promotion of Patty Y oung to the position of Senior V ice President of Retail Banking. Patty has 2 6 years of banking experience. She has been employed at U nion Bank Of Mena for 8 of those years. She previously served as V ice President of Retail Banking and Lending. Prior to her employment at U nion Bank Of Mena, she was a Mortgage Loan fficer for Castle Ban A. rior to that, she began her career at E arthmover Credit U nion. Patty graduated Cum Laude from Aurora U niversity in Aurora IL and holds a BS in Professional Management. Patty is passionate about building relationships, helping others in general as well as providing the best customer experience possible for her customers at U nion Bank Of Mena. She serves on the Mena Lioness ions Club Board of irectors, is devoted to the ol County School Bac pac Program and participates in numerous community organizations and events. Patty is married to Tim Y oung, the owner of Creekside Builders. Patty and Tim have two CONTINUED ON PAGE 5


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Legal Maneuvering Begins in MELANIE WADE Quadruple Homicide Case Q

uadruple homicide suspect Brian Bliss Travis, age 3 7, made an appearance in Polk County Circuit Court for a hearing on Monday, August 14 , 2 017. The case shook much of the county and attracted state-wide media attention is expected to take several months to bring to trial. This was Travis first time to appear since being transported to the Ar ansas epart ment of Corrections on April 2 6, 2 017. Travis, who faces four counts of Capital Murder in the deaths of 2 -year old Acelynn Wester, 9 -year old Reilly Scarbrough, their mother, 4 3 -year old Bethany Wester, and her uncle, 66-year old Steven Payne, was represented by two court-appointed attorneys in the case who filed ten motions of continuance, which were all granted by ol County Circuit Court Ju dge Je rry Ryan. The motions will allow the Travis defense team additional time to collect data, evidence, and to investigate. The motions filed are all standard motions in cases that hold charges as serious as the charges Travis faces.


42nd Annual Rod Run Dates & Events Announced BY MELANIE WADE


he 42nd Annual od un will roll into town August 25 27 and will fill downtown Mena and Queen Wilhelmina State Park with hundreds of hot rods, antiq ue cars/ trucks, muscle cars, and street rods. The event is a partnership between the Mena/ Polk County Chamber of Commerce and the Mena Advertising and Promotion Commission ( A&P) . The event will kick off on Friday, August 2 5 in downtown Mena when the A&P Commission presents the Rod Run Show and Shine from 6 – 8 p.m. along N orth Mena Street. Approximately 2 00 hot rods and street rods are expected to be displayed. “In addition to beautiful cars, en oy .J. music and concessions during this family friendly, fun event, says A estival Coordinator, onnie Crane. On Saturday, the Chamber of Commerce will host the event atop Rich Mountain inside Queen Wilhelmina State Park where visitors can admire the cars and visit with other enthusiasts. Saturday night, the rods will make their way to South Mena Street for the A&P’ s Rod un Saturday ight Street ance and Concert. This year s concert will feature the roc ‘ n’ roll music of The Richie Owens Band at 7 p.m. Concessions will be available. The event will wrap up on Sunday with morning services and various awards and presentations. This annual event is a longtime favorite for locals and great fun for all ages. For more information, go to or call 4 79 -3 9 4 -83 5 5 .

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National F amily C areg iver Su pport P rog ram Caregiver Support Meeting • August 17, 2017 at 11:15 am

If you are a caregiver of an adult 60 years and older please come join us. This information could be extremely helpful to you. The topic will be “Family Communication Issues” presented by Sherri McCourtney, Nursing Supervisor, Visiting Nurses. For information call Taryn Jinks 870-385-2373. Hope to see you there. Refreshments will be served.

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Embracing Homemaking: Interest Meeting Planned for Friday



he Ar ansas tension omema ers Council is one of the largest nonprofit volunteer groups in the state with a membership of ,000 and clubs in every county. tension omema ers, the Cooperative tension Service, niversity of Ar ansas, and the nited States epartment of Agriculture are partners in providing education to families throughout Ar ansas. We are made up of homema ers, career women, retirees and mothers who are interested in learning how to ma e home and family life easier and more efficient, while also giving bac to our communities through education and service opportunities. eedee Alston, of olly Springs omestead, is establishing a new club in ol County and will be holding a special interest meeting on riday, August 18 from 12 1 pm at the tension ducation Building at 211 e ueen Street. ee ee sees the goal of her club as providing mentorship and sharing through the ages. This will include learning tips, tricks and knowledge from those with much life experience in the areas of food preservation and family life. rgan iers encourage the public to attend the special interest meeting on riday, August 18 from 12 00 to 1 00 p.m. or uestions, you may call the tension office at 394 018.

Master Gardeners Donate Book

The Polk County Master Gardeners presented the book “Arkansas Wildflowers” by Don Kurz to the Polk County Library in recognition of Master Gardener Linda Elliott’s service to their program and the community. Elliott took the Master Gardener training program in 2011 and was recognized as Rookie of the Year the following year. She has participated in many Master Gardener projects, including working on landscapes at the PHOTO BY MELANIE WADE Polk County Courthouse, the County Fair, and working with the Junior Master Gardener projects at area elementary schools. In 2014-2015, Elliott served as president of the group and continues to work on their projects. Shown presenting the book to Librarian Mary Renick is: Linda Elliott, Patricia Roberts (current Master Gardeners President), Renick, and Kim Hughes.

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Judge yan issued a rotective rder, a a a “gag order in the case, prohibiting any party from ma ing e tra udicial statements. o one involved in the case, including the defense team, defendant, prosecution, or any witnesses, are allowed to discuss the case. While it is publicly unconfirmed at this time if the death penalty will be sought, in court Monday, one of Travis public defenders said they sought the continuance under the “assumption it would become a death penalty case, and if so, would, “re uire us to put forth a lot more effort. is trial is set for April 1 27, 2018. ol County Circuit Court Judge Jerry yan said in the hearing that he e pects the trial to last at least two wee s. Brian Travis was transported from the Ar ansas epartment of Corrections to be in attendance at the hearing and will be returned bac to the custody of A C until his trial. As a note, the charges in this article are merely an accusation and under the Constitution, the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty in a court of law.

l a u n n A 42nd Queen Wilhelmina

RodAugust Run 25th-27th Friday Night Show & Shine 6:00pm - 9:00pm • North Mena Street

Presented by Mena Advertising & Promotion Commission

Queen Wilhelmina State Park Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm Sunday 10:00am - 12:00pm

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ful. “It’ s a medical issue,” Quebedeaux explained. “It needs to be handled in a hospital setting.” In the program, the patient would be admitted into the hospital j ust as anyone else with any other ailment. Once there, they will be under the supervision of a medical doctor and nursing staff. The patient’ s stay would last from 3 – 5 days and N ew V ision offers assistance getting into a continued care recovery program, such as long-term detox, inpatient and outpatient rehab, an important ‘ next step’ for anyone trying to rehabilitate. It is also easier to be accepted by a long-term facility if a person has gone through a detox program. Persons addicted to alcohol, benzoids, or opioids, may q ualify for the program and most insurances, Medicaid, and Medicare will pay for the treatment. MRHS is also an Oklahoma medical provider, extending their coverage area – there are only two other N ew V ision programs in Arkansas, one in V an Buren and one in Searcy. According to, “ eto ification is the first phase of substance abuse recovery. It involves a period of time after your last drink that you dedicate to ridding all of the alcohol or toxins in your body so that you can begin treatment with a clean slate. As detox progresses, withdrawal symptoms may become life-threatening, so professional medical monitoring is often necessary in many cases of abuse and dependency. Once you are clean, recovery can begin.” “That could include Alcoholics Anonymous, counseling, or a long-term rehabilitation center,” said Quebedeaux. “People are starting to see how important this is,” he added. “We are excited to have the program.” The N ew V ision program hopes to begin accepting patients on August 2 9 . For more information, contact Mena Regional Health System at 4 79 -3 9 4 -6100.



llison s trip to the five day conference was paid for by the Ar ansas Association of Counties, which is an organi ation made up of officials from each of the state s 75 counties, including County Ju dges, Sheriffs, County Clerks, etc. The N ational Conference provides an opportunity for attendees to hear ideas from others around the country that may be implemented into one’ s own region. E llison said there are many rural communities out there similar to Polk County and many counties that also contain large amounts of federal land and timberlands. “It is very beneficial and they had very good spea ers, said llison. e said the best of the sessions he attended focused on how to get employs engaged. E llison took a trip last year on behalf of AAC was able to speak with legislators and their staff about important topics such as PILT ( payment in lieu of taxes) and Secure Rural Schools. Asked if he feels he is able to help make an impact in those instances, E llison smiled and said, “We got PILT.” “I believe it is important that rural counties across the nation have a voice in policy decisions that affect all of us. I am honored that our state association has enough confidence to select me, and pay my travel expenses, to represent Arkansas, at the weekend conference. It was a very good educational opportunity that broadened my view of possibilities here at home.”



daughters, Ashley and Alex. U nion Bank of Mena is locally owned and operated with over $ 2 4 7,000,000 in assets. U nion Bank of Mena, member of FDIC and E q ual Housing Lender, provides loan and deposit services to customers at its three branches located in Mena, atfield, and Wic es.

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E sther M. Hinthorne, age 9 4 , of Mena Arkansas passed away Wednesday, August 9 , 2 017 in Mena. E sther was born September 3 , 19 2 2 in Chicago, Illinois to the late Roscoe V . Williams and the late E sther Gertrude K rause Williams. She was married to the late Gilbert T. Hinthorne in 19 4 2 . E sther worked in Real state as an scrow fficer for several years. She enj oyed Genealogy and she was very helpful to assist others in their search for information. E sther was the stabilizing in uence in her husband s building business. She had a strong compassionate love for her family and was loved in return by them. She was a loving and ind mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend to all who new her. sther was loved. She is survived by children, James . inthorne and wife Jean of McAllen, Te as, Stephen G. Hinthorne and wife Bettie of Ballwin, Missouri, Marianne E . Hinthorne-K reycik and husband Gene of Mena, Arkansas; twelve grandchildren and fifteen great grandchildren.

under the direction of the Beasley Wood Funeral Home of Mena. She will be interred in the inthorne Cemetery in ridley, Il. ne t to her husband. Donations may be made to Ouachita Hospice or the eachtree Activity und in Mrs. inthorne s memory.

MADINE SINGLETON LUNSFORD Madine Singleton Lunsford, age 87, of Mena, Arkansas passed away Wednesday, August 9 , 2 017 in Mena. Madine was born ovember 21, 1929 in Seminole, Oklahoma to the late Ben C. Singleton and the late va incent Singleton and was raised by Joe and May Strother. She was a loving and caring housewife who en oyed gardening, growing owers and sewing. Madine also enj oyed taking care of animals. She loved Art and was very talented. She was a loving mother, grandmother great-grandmother, sister and friend. She will be missed by all. She is survived by sons, Terry unsford and wife Sandy of Mena, Arkansas, Lyndon

ter, Janice uc aby and husband ddie of Mena, Arkansas; grandchildren, Troy Lunsford and wife Ginger of Y ocana, Aransas, Trina Mitchell and husband Jon of Conway, Ar ansas, Josh unsford of Minnesota, Z achary Lunsford of Mena, Arkansas, Amanda Lunsford of Mena, Arkansas, K yle Sanders of Windsor, Colorado; great-grandchildren, Shawn Sanders, Trey and K aylee Lunsford, E than Winkley, Grant Mitchell, Callan Mitchell and Winn aven Mitchell daughter-in-law, Teresa Lunsford; half-brothers, Jerry ale enson, Jimmy enson and Johnny enson half sister, Carolyn arvin. She was preceded in death by her parents, Joe and May Strother her husband, Lloyd Lunsford; grandsons, K eith Sanders and Trent Lunsford; sister, Cleta Mae Singleton; and brother, Clarence Singleton; and half brother, Jesse Singleton. uneral services were Monday, August 14 , 2 017, 10:00 a.m. at Beasley Wood Chapel with lder Troy unsford officiating. Interment followed in the N orris Cemetery under the direction of the Beasley Wood Funeral Home of Mena. amily and friends visitation was Sunday, August 13 , 2 017 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at Beasley Wood.

Lunsford, Trey Lunsford, E than Winkley, Phillip Rose and Tim Rose.

DESIREE HUTTO-MORIN Desiree Hutto-Morin, age 60, passed away August 9 , 2 017 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. Arrangements are pending. Family req uest no owers.

THOMAS ABRAHAM THOMAS Mr. Thomas Abraham Thomas, age 75 , resident of Cove, Ar ansas, died Friday, August 4 , 2 017, at his home surrounded by his closest loved ones.

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................................................................................................................................ He was born Ju ne 3 , 19 4 2 , in Prescott, Arkansas. He was retired from Delta Airlines, but a true carpenter at heart. He was a fun loving and witty true Razorback fan. He was always calling the Hogs. He loved taking care of his family and all the good times he had with them. He will be deeply missed. Mr. Thomas was preceded in death by his parents, arvey W. and la ene Winfield Thomas, and a brother, Howard Thomas. He is survived by two daughters, Donna Thomas Crawford of Acorn, Arkansas, and Trina Thomas Schulze, of Cove; a sister, Ja ne Thomas of Cove; six grandchildren, Trent Thomas, Sasha E chols, Latrisha Beaty, Lonnie Crawford, Tabitha Schulze, and V alerie Schulze; and several great-grandchildren. Memorial services for Mr. Thomas were Saturday, August 12 at 2 p.m. at Hillcrest Baptist Church, Mena, Arkansas. Cremation arrangements by Wilkerson Funeral Home in DeQueen, Arkansas. Y ou may leave condolences online at:

J.D. ‘JAY’ POWELL .J D. “Ja y” Powell, Jr ., age 72 of Mena, Arkansas, passed away Sunday, August 6, 2 017 at home surrounded by his family. J ay was born in Mena, Arkansas on December 3 0, 19 4 4 to the late J. D. Powell, Sr., and Murl Dean Beyers Powell. He was married to Ja nice Aynes Powell for 4 4 years. Ja y lived in California and Arkansas most of his life. He proudly served his country in the U nited States Marine Corp., and served two tours in the V ietnam War. After serving his country, he moved back to California

and eventually moved back to Arkansas. He worked at U . S. Motors and FM Dix until he retired in 2 005 due to health reasons. He also en oyed hunting and fishing in his earlier years. He was a member of the Dallas Avenue Baptist Church and most of all he loved God and his family. His grandchildren were what he lived for and loved them very much. He will be dearly missed and was a loving and kind husband, father, grandfather, brother, cousin and friend to all. He is survived by wife, Ja nice Powell of Mena, Arkansas; sons, Je remy Powell and wife Amber of Mena, Arkansas, Ju stin Powell and wife Dana of Mena, Arkansas; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren; brother, Geary Powell of Gillham, Arkansas; cousin, Jo yce Bogorno of Fresno, California; several nieces, nephews, and a host of friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, a daughter, Destry White, and two sons, Ja son Damon Powell and Jo seph Powell. Memorial service with Military Honors were Saturday August 12 , 2 017, 11:00 a.m. at Dallas Avenue Baptist Church with Brother Roy Conaster and Brother Ju stin Leonard officiating. Arrangements were made under the direction of the Beasley Wood Funeral Home of Mena. Online obituary at


ra Jo nes Terwilliger. He was a K evin Harvick fan and enj oyed watching N ascar. Greg loved watching football and cheering on the Green Bay Packers. He loved his nephews very much and enj oyed being around them. Most of all he loved God and his family with all his heart. Greg was a loving and kind son, grandson, brother, uncle, nephew and friend to all who knew him. He is survived by father, Scott Terwilliger of Mena, Arkansas; mother, Barbara Terwilliger of Mena, Arkansas; brother, Je ff Terwilliger of Mena, Arkansas; sister, Sherrie Moreno and husband Cole of Lamark, Texas; grandmother, Wanda Jo nes of Mena, Arkansas; two nephews, and a host of other family and friends. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Ja y Jo nes, and Margaret and Tom Terwilliger. Pallbearers were Darrel Jo nes, David Jo nes, Bryan Jo nes, Chris E herts, Matthew Cline and Cody N ault. Graveside services were Sunday, August 13 , 2 017, 2 :00 p.m. at N orris Cemetery in ocana with Brother John Wisinger officiating under the direction of the Beasley Wood Funeral Home of Mena.


Mrs. E dna Faye Anderson Mullins, age 70, of Mena, Arkansas, passed Gregory Allan Terwil- Cancer: 5 key facts about Prostate away Saturday, August 12 , 2 017 at Rich liger, age 3 0, of Mena, Mountian N ursing and Rehab. 1. Affects 1 in every 6 men Arkansas passed away E dna was born on March 2 1, 19 4 7 in 2. Deadlier than breast cancer Tuesday, August 8, 2 017ininearly Big stages Fork, Arkan3. Detectable N orman, Arkansas, the daughter of Bennett sas. 4. NOT an old man’s disease Jo seph “BJ” Anderson and Beryl Foley AnDoes in NOT awayArkansas if you avoid Greg was5. born Ft. go Smith, on derson. She was married to Darren Mullins testing. Gentlemen: Weand encourage Ju ly 19 , 19 87 to Scott Terwilliger Barba-you to get

for 19 years. Mrs. Mullins was a member of Calvary Baptist Church with Brother Otis Mills was pastor. E dna worked at PCDC, before retiring and enj oyed her time working there. E dna was an avid reader and enj oyed j igsaw puzzles to pass her time. Mrs. Mullins greatly enj oyed time spent doing yard work and working in the garden. She also en oyed fishing for Bass being her favorite catch. E dna was a very loving and kind person and enj oyed the fact that she was a grandma. Mrs. Mullins was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend to all. She is survived by husband, Darren Mullins of Mena, Arkansas; daughters, Tamara Lee and husband Thomas of Acorn, Arkansas; grandson, Ty Chevy Lee of Acorn, Arkansas; lost granddaughter, Shelby Paige Ginn; sisters, Pamela O` Bar of N orman, Arkansas, Maxine Anderson of Mena, Arkansas; and over 75 nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, daughter, N uestra Starr Stokes; granddaughter, Ja nie Faye Ginn; 5 sisters, Bennie Carter, Bessie Chaney, Rosie Gist, Annie Hughes, Louise Cogburn; nephew, Melvin Willis; nieces, Dominq ue Cogburn, K irstie Peek; brother-in-law, Richard O’ Bar. Funeral services will be held Wednesday August 16, 2 017, 2 :00 p.m. in Beasley-Wood Chapel with Bro. Jerry Musgrove officiating. Interment will follow in Pleasant Hill Cemetery under the direction of the Beasley-Wood Funeral Home. V isitation will be general. Pallbearers will be Thomas Lee, Ty Lee, K eith Ray, Tony Peek, Braeden E lerson, E ric E lerson, and David Buck. Online obituary at

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“Back to school is a big time for students and we j ust wanted to create a fun time for them to hang-out,” said Melissa Puckett, a teacher a MHS. The Block Party will provide a fun and safe environment for students to gather and hang out after their first wee of school. A blitz ball tournament, the ultimate backyard baseball, is planned as well as many other fun games students will want to participate in. Students can create teams beforehand or sign up at the event. “We also encourage them to bring their instruments and we’ ll have a place set up for j am sessions, too.” “Of course, as with any fun event involving students, there will be plenty of free pizza and drinks, available throughout the night.” The event is scheduled from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m. Students are encouraged to incite friends from school for the exciting time.

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MONDAY BREAKFAST: Bacon, egg, & cheese stick, variety cereal, string cheese, animal crackers, diced pears, grape juice, milk. LUNCH: ELEMENTARY – Meatloaf/gravy, mashed potatoes, chicken sandwich, french fries, ham chef salad, sub butter & jelly sandwich. MIDDLE SCHOOL – Meatloaf/gravy, mashed potatoes, hamburger/cheeseburger, chicken tenders, ham/turkey sub, ham chef salad. HIGH SCHOOL – Meatloaf/gravy, ham/cheese melt, buffalo chicken, calzone, pepperoni/cheese pizza, nachos, tacos, or burritos. TUESDAY BREAKFAST: Glazed donut, variety cereal, string cheese, animal crackers, mixed fruit, fruit blend juice, milk. LUNCH: ELEMENTARY – Popcorn chicken bowl, hamburger, ham cobb salad, sun butter & jelly sandwich. MIDDLE SCHOOL – Popcorn chicken bowl, chicken sandwich, corn dog, turkey sub, chicken salad sandwich, ham, turkey cobb salad. HIGH SCHOOL – Popcorn chicken bowl, corn dog, bacon cheeseburger, sausage/jalapeno pizza, cheese pizza, taco, nachos, burrito. WEDNESDAY BREAKFAST: Jamwich (PB&J), variety cereal, string cheese, animal crackers, applesauce, orange juice, milk. LUNCH: ELEMENTARY – Cheesy baked penne pasta, chicken tenders, hot roll, turkey chef salad, sun butter & jelly sandwich. MIDDLE SCHOOL – Cheesy baked penne pasta, hamburger/cheeseburger, chicken tenders, ham/turkey sub, ham/turkey cobb salad. HIGH SCHOOL – Cheesy baked penne pasta, hot dog, chicken parmesean, flatbread sandwich, sausage or cheese pizza, tacos, nachos, ossatot and Mena stuburrito. dents returned to school THURSDAY BREAKFAST: Morning roll, variety cereal, string cheese, animal on Monday, August 14 , during crackers, applesauce, orange juice, milk. toreential rains. uachita iver students first day is Wednesday, LUNCH: ELEMENTARY – Nacho tater bites, tortilla chips, grilled cheese, popAugust 16. corn chicken, salad, sun butter & jelly sandwich. MIDDLE SCHOOL – Beef taco ABOV E : The Baber family during a recent school mac & cheese, chicken sandwich, fish sandwich, ham sub, chicken salad sandwich, open house at Mena. RIGHT: High school students get popcorn chicken salad. HIGH SCHOOL – Beef taco mac & cheese, nachos, buffalo soaked before classes began Monday. chicken sandwich, grilled cheese, chicken ranch club, pizza. PHOTOS COU RTE SY OF AN DY PHILPOT FRIDAY BREAKFAST: Chicken/cheese biscuit,Publication variety cereal, string cheese, Weekly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . animal . . . . . crackers, . . . . . . . diced . . . . .peaches, . . . . . . apple . . . . .juice, . . . .milk. ............ LUNCH: ELEMENTARY – Cheese pizza, hot dog, tater tots, red pepper strips, ham pizza salad, sub butter & jelly sandwich. MIDDLE SCHOOL – Chicken rice tortilla bowl, hamburger, cheeseburger, chicken tenders, ham or turkey sub, ham pizza salad. HIGH SCHOOL – Chicken rice torilla bowl, fish sandwich, meat lovBY LOGAN MCCOURTNEY • ers pizza, nachos, tacos, burrito.


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s school begins, along with volleyball and football, cross country will get started at schools around the county. Mena Cross Country coach, Randy Peters, is looking forward to the upcoming season, “We have lost some runners, but we have a lot coming back this next year. We will have more athletes out running than we have in a long he annual Bearcat Red & Black scrimmage time at Mena.” While solid runners like Clint Buck have graduated, Coach Peters believes that the future for Bearcat Cross has been moved from Friday, August 18th Country is bright. “Our most experienced varsity runner will be Robert McIntyre, which he competed well last year and had to Thursday, August 17th at 6:00 p.m. at Bearcat the opportunity to go to Australia to run. He will be a big piece. On the girls side, Alex Harper is an 8th grader and she is up Stadium and coming. She is a great runner and I think she won every meet except for one last year.” Last year, Mena and Acorn hosted the Mena-Acorn Lions Club Cross Country Invitational for the first time. “Coach Wilsey and I both thought it was successful last year and we wanted to make it a regular race and so we are bringing it back this year.” Mena competed well at the race last year, finishing 2nd overall. This year several schools In answer to the articles submitted by The Hatfield Church of Christ, “The have been invited to come run including Mt. Ida, DeQueen, Booneville, Caddo Hills, and several others. In addition to the Invitational, Mena will use the Lions Club as a practice Truth Will Set You Free”, indeed it will, but do you know the WHOLE truth? course throughout the fall. The first race of the season for Mena is September 9th at Millions upon millions are doomed to Hell! A while back you wrote, “ChrisMagazine. In addition to the race at the Lions Club, Mena will also compete twice at tians do not have a Sabbath” - well they don’t call it that. Acorn, making it easier for supporters to cheer on the Bearcats and Ladycats.

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The Bible was written for ALL to read. The Commandments to obey. The fourth Commandment is “Remember the Sabbath to keep it holy.” It is in the Bible 180 times that God declared the seventh day to be the day of worship and rest, not the first day of the week. Hundreds of years ago the Romans decided to change that day. They (the Vatican) believe they are “God on Earth”, that they have the right to change God’s law. No one does! They say we go to church on Sunday. God says we go to church on Saturday. Who are you going to obey? Those who continue to to use Sunday (the millions upon millions) as their day of worship, knowing that God made it Saturday, will be following Satan’s rule, not God’s, and will be doomed to Hell! Yes, you cause your own final destination - WAKE UP PEOPLE! Woe to the preachers leading people astray! The word “Sabbath” is the Israeli word for Saturday. God’s days run from sundown to sundown, not midnight to midnight. The Sabbath is sundown Friday to sundown Saturday. You, and all in your household are to do no work. You are to keep the time holy. Attend church, take nature walks, visit the sick or shut-ins, have Bible study with your family, etc. It is God’s day of worship and rest. No where in the Bible does it say God approves, condones, accepts or allows the change of His Sabbath to Sunday! Woe be to the those who thought they had the right to do so! Here are some of the 180 times: Genesis 1:1, 2:2-3 Exodus 2:17, 20:1 & 8-11, 31:13, 17 Deuteronomy 4:2, 9:10 Psalm 89:34 Proverbs 30:5-6 Isaiah 56:2,6,7 58:13-14 66:22-23 Ezekiel 20:12,20 22:26, 28, 31 46:1 Daniel 7:25 Matthew 12:8 15:6,9 24:20 Mark 2:27 7:7-13 15:37,42

Luke 4:16 16:17 23:56 John 14:15 Acts 13:13,14,42,44 17:2 18:4 Romans 6:23 2 Timothy 2:15 Hebrews 5:9 James 4:17 1 John 2:4 3:4 Revelation 22:14

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olk County golf teams were in action August 11th as Mena and Cossatot River teed off at the Ouachita Golf Course in Mena. Both boys and girls teams played, the boys played 18 holes, while the Cossatot girls completed 9 holes. The Mena boys finished 1st with an overall score of 231 and the Cossatot boys finished the day 2nd with an overall score of 343. Austin Johnson medaled for the Bearcats after the day with a score of 70 and after 9 holes, the Cossatot girls had one golfer with a score of 55 after 9 holes.

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Thursday, 8/17 • 7:00 a.m. until sold out – The Polk ounty Farmer’s Market is open next to the Mena Depot. • 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. – Humane Society of the Ouachitas is open at 366 Polk Road 50. • 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m. – The Board Camp Baptist Church at 107 Country Road 63 will distribute food. • 10:30 a.m. – Polk County Equalization Board will meet in the Courthouse Conference Room. • 10:30 a.m. – Gator & Friends will be performing at The Mena Senior Center. • 11:15 a.m. – Cossatot Senior Center in Wickes will host a Caregiver Meeting on Patient Rights & Diabetes. • 11:30 a.m. – Rotary Club of Mena/Polk County will meet at Papa’s Mexican Café. Call Lisa Martin 216-3383 or Charles Pitman 216-4882 for more info. • 12:00 p.m. – Polk County Library Board will meet in the Susanna Mosley Community Room at the Library. • 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. - The Cove Branch of the Polk County Library is open. • 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. - The Sonlighters in Action Card Shop will be open at 3671 Highway 8 West, one mile from Louise Durham. • 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. – Salvation Army Family Store helps families with utilities. 5:00 p.m. - th Street Ministries will have a free dinner and fellowship in the 9th Street Ministries building. 5:15 p.m. Mena Middle School will host


DER M S F MILY REI will be held on September 3rd at McMillan Park from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. D LLY P R IM GI I LI R RY Community Interest Meeting will be held in the Lecture Hall of the Spencer Building at UA-Rich Mountain to promote fundraising activities. All are encouraged to attend. MISS LI LE MISS P LK Y registration is open. Applications can be picked up at The Fair Lady, Lipstick & Curls, and TFL Refinery. Meeting will be held August 21 at 5:30 at the Polk County Housing Hospitality Room. Ages 3-5 and 16-21 are welcome. Facebook: Lady Ouachitas

6th Grade Curriculum Night and Smart Core Orientation. In the MMS Gym. • 5:30 p.m. – Weight Watchers meets at Dallas Avenue Baptist Church Family Life Center. Call 479-234-2297 for more information. • 5:30 p.m. – Alcoholics Anonymous Women’s Meeting at the ABC Club across from Chopping Block, 1159 Hwy, 71, S., Mena. 479-216-4606 or 479-243-0297. 5:45 p.m. Mena Middle School will have their annual Title I meeting in the MMS Gym. • 6:00 p.m. – Cossatot River School District will have their monthly meeting in the Administration Building. • 6:00 p.m. – Ribbon Cutting Ceremony by the Mena/Polk County Chamber of Commerce for Books & Stuf. • 6:00 p.m. – Acorn Water monthly meeting at the Water Office. • 6:00 p.m. – Live Country and Gospel music in the Daisy Room at Janssen Ave Florist. • 6:30 p.m. – Disaster Preparedness Group meets at Assembly of God Church, 2111 Sutherland Ave. in Mena. • 7:00 p.m. – Alcoholics Anonymous at the ABC Club across from Chopping Block, 1159 Hwy 71, S., Mena. 479-216-4606 or 479243-0297. : 0 p.m. Dallas Masonic Lodge 12 meets at the Mena Lodge located in the Old Post Office by Janssen Park. Friday, 8/18 • 8:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. – Road tests are given at the Morrow Street Housing Authority Community Room unless the roads are wet. Written tests are given at 1:00 p.m. • 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. – Humane Society of the Ouachitas is open at 366 Polk Road 50. • 12:00 p.m. – PCDC Board of Directors meets in the MRHS Conference Room A. 12:00 p.m. he Lions Meetings are held in the Lions Club House on Highway 71 South. • 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. – Leon Page Band will be playing at the American Legion in Acorn. $6.00 admission. • 8:00 p.m. – Alcoholics Anonymous at the ABC Club across from Chopping Block, 1159 Hwy 71, S., Mena. 479-216-4606 or 479243-0297. Saturday, 8/19 • 7:00 a.m. until sold out – The Polk County Farmer’s Market is open next to the Mena Depot. • 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. – Humane Society of the Ouachitas is open at 366 Polk Road 50. • 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. – Fibers Arts Group meets at Mena Art Gallery. 1:00 p.m. :00 p.m. hildren’s rt Class at the Mena Art Gallery, for children ages 5 to 9. Cost is $2. Call 479-394-3880 to reserve spot. • 5:30 p.m. – 3rd Saturday Gospel Sing-

ing to be held at Janssen Park. Bring a lawn chair and cold drink. Musicians and singers welcome. For more information, contact Stanley or Jeanette Dreyer at 479-216-0533. • 6:00 p.m. – PCVO Bingo at American Legion Building, Hwy 71 N., Acorn. • 8:00 p.m. – Alcoholics Anonymous at the ABC Club across from Chopping Block, 1159 Hwy 71 S., Mena. 479-243-0297 or 479-2164606. Sunday, 8/20 • 2:00 p.m. – Alcoholics Anonymous at the ABC Club across from Chopping Block, 1159 Hwy 71, S., Mena. 479-216-4606 or 479243-0297. • 3:00 p.m. – Worship Service at Sulpher Springs Church. 5:00 p.m. nited Methodist Youth Group at the First United Methodist Church in Mena. Monday, 8/21 • 12:00 – 5:00 p.m. – The Cove Branch Library will be open. • 12:30 p.m. – Cossatot Senior Center will have a Board Meeting. : 0 p.m. : 0 p.m. Mena Seventh-Day Adventist Church Food Pantry across from the Polk County Fairgrounds. Non-perishable food, personal care items, and nutritional help. No one will be turned away. • 5:30 p.m. – Polk County Republican Committee meets at Polk County Library, North Room. • 6:00 p.m. – PCVO Bingo at American Legion Building, Hwy 71 N., Acorn. • 6:30 p.m. – Boy Scouts of America Troop 92 meets at First United Methodist Church. Everyone is welcome. • 6:30 p.m. – The Lady Ouachitas will meet at the Bear State Bank Main Branch. • 7:00 p.m. – Alcoholics Anonymous at the ABC Club across from Chopping Block, 1159 Hwy 71, S., Mena. 479-216-4606 or 479243-0297. • 7:00 p.m. – Ouachita Beekeepers Association meeting at Union Bank. Tuesday, 8/22 • 7:00 a.m. until sold out – The Polk County Farmer’s Market is open next to the Mena Depot. • 8:00 a.m. – The Reynolds Gardener ommunity Men’s reakfast at the First United Methodist Church in Mena. • 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. – Polk County Family Mission is open in the 9th Street Ministries Building. • 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. – Humane Society of the Ouachitas is open at 366 Polk Road 50. • 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. – “Art Day” at Mena Art Gallery, 607 Mena St. Bring your current project and work with other artists. • 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. – The Sonlighters in Action Card Shop will be open at 3671 Highway 8 West, one mile from Louise

Durham. • 12:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. he Hat eld Branch library will be open. • 5:00 p.m. – T.O.P.S. will meet in the Union Bank Community Room for weigh-ins, followed by a meeting. • 7:00 p.m. – Al-Anon for the families of addicts and alcoholics meets at the ABC Club. • :00 p.m. he Marine orps League Detachment will meet at Lighthouse Fitness, 2011 Hwy. 71S, Mena. For more information, call 479-234-0769. • 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. – Bluegrass music at Morrow Street Housing Authority Community Room. • : 0 p.m. Mountain Meadow Masonic Lodge 21 will meet at the Hatfield Lodge. • 8:00 p.m. – Alcoholics Anonymous meeting at First United Methodist Church, 9th & Port Arthur. 479-234-2887 or 479-234-3043. Wednesday, 8/23 • 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. – Humane Society of the Ouachitas is open at 366 Polk Road 50. • The Emergency warning sirens will be tested in Mena at noon. • 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. – The Polk County Library Cove Branch is open. • 5:45 p.m. - he Mena First nited Methodist Church Kidz will meet. • 6:00 p.m. – Warriors for Christ will meet at the Southside Church of God. • :00 p.m. Regeneration Youth Ministries at Mena Church of God Hwy 88 East. • 6:15 p.m. – Dallas Avenue Baptist Church hosts Discovery Kids – Kindergarten Thru 5th Grade; Collide Youth Ministry – 6th Thru 12th Grades; and Adult Bible Study. • 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. – Trek and Varsity for Middle and High School students at Grace Bible Church, 1911 Hwy 71 N. Mena. All Area Middle and High School students are welcome. • 7:00 p.m. – Alcoholics Anonymous at the ABC Club across from Chopping Block, 1159 Hwy 71, S., Mena. 479-216-4606 or 479243-0297.

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Sundermans Celebrate Anniversary

#LOL Mrs. Jones had been a staple of her local congregation for many years and that is why her absence was noticed lately. The pastor decided to drop by her house to check up on her after the Sunday service. He knocked on her door and being that she’s nearly 85 it took her a bit to get to the door. “Hello, who is it?” she asked. “It’s Pastor Smith”, he answered. “OH Hi-Come in, Come in, how’s the ministry doing?” She said. “Very well, I just wanted to make sure your prayer needs are being met.” “Oh honey, I haven’t felt well lately but I’m getting better” Just then the phone rang and she excused herself to get it. The pastor sat near a table with an old reader’s digest and a bowl of peanuts. After 15 minutes, then 20, he heard his stomach growl and began to get restless. He started in on the bowl of peanuts and began reading. After 45 minutes, he suddenly realized that he had eaten all of the peanuts. Right then Mrs. Jones returned and said, “Oh I sure am sorry, that was my sister from Pittsburgh. She only calls once per month so when she does we have to catch up on everything.” The pastor feeling a little embarrassed said “I must also apologize, for while you were gone I got hungry and ate all the peanuts in your little bowl there. Please, forgive me” he said. Mrs. Jones replied, “Oh that’s ok, without my teeth, all I can do is just suck the chocolate off of them!” she says.

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child who reads will be an adult who thinks. Reading is more than j ust glancing at words on a page. Reading is about being educated, being transformed, and changing the way people think. Those who read are also normally the ones that lead. Colby Singleton, literacy teacher at Acorn, is teaching students to think and helping them access a whole new world through reading. Colby grew up in a world of education, her mom a school teacher and her dad a superintendent, so it is not hard to believe that she would be a teacher as wellâ&#x20AC;Śe xcept that wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; t her plan. â&#x20AC;&#x153;E veryone in my family was in education, my grandparents, my parents, I never thought I would be a teacher. I went to college and wasn t even studying to be a teacher, e plains Colby. After graduating from atfield ublic Schools, Colby attended Ar ansas Tech niversity to pursue a degree in Agri Business and re eterinarian. She didn t seriously consider teaching until coming home for a summer, while she was helping with AWAN A and teaching kids at church. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I asked my mom one day, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC; Do you think I could teach? â&#x20AC;&#x2122; She supported that and I went to school to meet with an education advisor. I wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; t sure what I would teach and the advisor asked me what I enj oyed doing and I told her I loved to read. She said I should be a literacy teacher and the rest is history,â&#x20AC;? says Colby with a smile. Currently Colby teaches for Ouachita School District at the Acorn Campus, but when her teaching j ourney began, she wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; t sure if she would ever be in ol County. While finishing at Ar ansas Tech, she completed her student teaching at Western ell County. earing the end of her student teaching she was approached about staying on to teach. Within a couple weeks of accepting the j ob, Colby married her husband ary. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Just li e that, within a couple of wee s I finished student teaching, received a ob offer, and got married. It was a busy time, Colby says laughing. At the time they lived in Russellville and Gary drove to work in Clarksville and Colby would drive to the school to teach. After teaching for a year, Colby received an opportunity to move closer to home and she received an offer at e ueen ublic Schools. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I really en oyed my time at e ueen, some of my favorite students were there. In the school, there was such a diversity of so many people from so many backgrounds. One of the things I did while I was there was teach E SL [ E nglish as a Second Language] for four years, I learned a lot about diversity during that time and it really shaped me.â&#x20AC;? Colby taught at e ueen for five years before receiving the opportunity to teach at Mena Middle School. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I really loved teaching literacy to middle school students, they are still so wide eyed and have a desire to do well. If we can establish a love for reading in middle school students, it is something they will carry with them forever,â&#x20AC;? remarks Colby. While Colby was teaching at Mena, she felt od leading her into a new teaching adventure in high school literacy and there was an opportunity at Acorn. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I was en oying what I was do ing, but I felt that od had placed a new mission in front of me. It was difficult at first, but teaching high school has been so fun and such a rewarding time. C.S. Lewis once said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;We read to know we are not alone.â&#x20AC;? Reading gives perspective. Sometimes this perspective is understanding what itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; s like to be in the shoes of someone else as you read history, or it may give a lens by which to view the world. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I feel that my j ob as a literacy teacher is to make reading relevant. There will never be a time again in their lives that they donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; t need to read and reading shows them the diversity that is around them. Colby reali es that in a world of short attention spans, her ob is to ma imize the time she has with students and teach them to be better writers and readers. â&#x20AC;&#x153;So often students feel like reading or writing has nothing to do with their lives. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; ve explained to our students before that they may be in an accident one day and if they canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; t write well then they canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; t possibly give a good account to police. That is what I love, helping make a difference and showing students that this will affect the rest of their lives. Like many adults, Colby had teachers growing up that greatly impacted her and her love for reading. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I can still see and remember Ms. elen ong, my second grade teacher, and all the books she ever read to us. Teachers like her and others helped establish my love for reading.â&#x20AC;? Reading and writing not only is necessary for so many things done in life, but they can provide an escape, a place to go and relax even if your location has never changed. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I have never once regretted becoming a literacy teacher, I have loved what I have done. If we can help students catch a passion for reading, it will never be some thing they regret.â&#x20AC;?


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Dallas Masonic Lodge #128 - Building Better Men and Communities

Mar Twain. John Wayne. eorge Washington. eil Armstrong. These men are all in some way iconic figures in history, but what do they all have in common ach of these men were a part of a fraternity, a brotherhood. These icons were all members of the freemasons. This brotherhood of men have e isted for the purpose of charity, building good men, and building communities. The local lodge in Mena, the allas Masonic odge 128, see s to serve the community through charitable contribution and the development of men. The origins of the Masons is un nown, but it is certain that the fraternity has been around for centuries. In 1717, Masonry created a formal organi ation in ngland when the first rand odge was formed, and then the brotherhood came to America. The local Masons odge was chartered in 1858 in ld allas. ong time member usty on ale e plains the impact of the lodge at the time, “The lodge was a place for the community to come and the men were very community focused. The original school at allas was funded by the Masons, along with the salaries of the teachers at the time. At the time when the odge chartered, membership dues were 10, a big investment at that time. The Masons have three precepts that the men live and operate by riendship, morality, and brotherly love. The Masons are a non profit charitable brotherhood of men see ing to ma e a difference in the community in more ways than one. on avis, current rand Master of the odge, e plains one of the ways they ma e a difference, “ ur goal is to ma e good men better. ou can t ma e a bad man a good man, but you can ma e a good man a better man. In order to become a member of the Masons, one must as one to become one. Men interested in the Masons must petition and then they are accepted after a lengthy process. “We ta e the process seriously about who becomes a member because we only want the right men representing our brotherhood and our community. We have had 14 .S residents that were Masons and many of the signers of the Constitution. This brotherhood has also been filled by good men and we want that to continue, e plains Terry ru uay. allas Masonic odge 128 has played a significant part in community growth in the history of Mena. “Many of the founders of Mena who helped build the community were Masons, says usty. The Masons have helped invest into the community with charitable giving, but also literally, as the cornerstone of the ol County Court ouse has their seal. There are records that can be found in the odge s archives that point to decades of faithful service in different capacities in the community. “There are several things that we do that people don t now about and we are o ay with that. We ust want to help out where we can and we don t mind if nobody nows, says on. ne area that everyone may be familiar with the Mason s charitable contributions are the annual scholarships given away by the group. ecently, the local Masons hosted their annual spaghetti dinner fundraiser, which helps fund their charitable giving. “Seeing that one of the biggest things we want to do is educate and help men become better men, we want to give resources to those who are wor ing diligent to better themselves through education, e plains on. istory would show that many great men have come from Masonry, including the founders of our great country. “We believe that the precepts we see to live by, if lived OWNER - JASON MILES by everyone, our country would be better off. When we loo to the founding of the country, that is why it was so strong, the “We’ll go the extra mile for you!” founders lived by these precepts. A com* Custom Homes mitment to friendship and brotherly love in * Remodels a world that is often hostile would not only * Window Replacement build strong communities, but repair bro en * Additions communities as well. The Mena allas * Vinyl Siding Masonic odge 128 is located at 701 ort Arthur in Mena.

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The following information was received from Polk County law enforcement agencies. The charges against those arrested are allegations and the cases are still pending in the courts. Individuals charged and whose names appear in this column may submit documentation to us at a later date that the charges have been dismissed, or that they have been found innocent, and we will include that information in this space in a timely manner.

Mena Police Department August 6, 2017 Shawn Matthew Leach, 25, of Mena was charged with residential burglary, theft of property, and public intoxication. The arrest followed a call to a local residence. August 7, 2017 A Mena woman reported that her purse was stolen from her vehicle while it was parked on the lot at her place of employment. Case is pending further investigation. August 8, 2017 Neighbors of a local couple reported them arguing. Neither person wished to file charges. Alban Robert Beckwith, 25, of Mena was arrested on an outstanding warrant. He was additionally charged with driving on a suspended dri er’s license and ha ing no vehicle insurance. Michael Chance Martin, 33, of Mena was arrested on an outstanding felony warrant. Darren Richard Mullins, 49, of Mena was charged with dri ing on a dri er’s license suspended for DWI. August 9, 2017 Two reports were made of feuding couples having altercations. No charges were filed in either case. August 10, 2017 Crystal Joy Vereyken, 44, of Mena was charged with DWI, leaving the scene of an accident, and refusal to submit to a chemical test. A local woman reported she is being harassed by an acquaintance. Case is pending. Maria Carmen Williamson, 59, of Mena was charged with third degree battery after officers were called to a local residence. August 11, 2017 Police responded to an open-door alarm at a local restaurant. Authorities and a key holder searched the building and it was secured.

Report was made of a homemade trailer being stolen from a local residence. Case is pending. August 12, 2017 An 11-year-old Mena boy was cited for criminal mischief and disorderly conduct after a call to a local store. Case was forwarded to juvenile authorities

Polk ounty Sheriff’s Department August 7, 2017 Report from complainant on School Drive in Wickes of vandalism done to two buses, a building and a dumpster, totaling damages at $400.00. Investigation continues. Arrested by an officer with the rannis Police Department was Marco A. Ortiz, 30, of Wickes, on a Warrant for Failure to Comply with a Court Order. August 8, 2017 Report from a Mena woman of inappropriate behavior involving a juvenile. Information has been provided to the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office for further consideration. August 9, 2017 Arrested was Sheila M. Akers, 39, of Mena, on a Warrant for Delivery of a Schedule I/II Controlled Substance not Meth or Cocaine. Report from complainant on West Johnson treet in Hatfield of a scam, totaling losses at $23,000.00. Report from complainant traveling on Highway 88 East near Ink of damage done to a vehicle windshield, totaling losses at $300.00. Investigation continues. Report from complainant on Highway 8 East near Board Camp of the theft of prescription medication, valued at $270.00. Investigation continues. Report of a disturbance on Trailwood Lane near Mena. Deputies responded. Information has been provided to the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office for further consideration. Arrested was Tristen D. Chaney, 21, of Mena, on Warrants for Probation Violation and two counts of Failure to Comply with a Court Order. August 10, 2017 Arrested was Ronda K. Brent, 51, on a Montgomery County, Texas Warrant. August 11, 2017 Report from complainant on Weeping Willow Lane near Board Camp of a possible attempted scam. Juvenile Citations for Possession of a Controlled Substance and Possession of

an Instrument of Crime were issued to a 17-year-old male. The juvenile was released to the custody of a parent/guardian. August 12, 2017 Arrested was John A. Skipper, 21, of Smithville, OK, on a Charge of Carrying a Weapon and a Warrant for Failure to Appear. Citations for Drinking in Public and Possession of Alcohol by a Minor were issued to Dalton B. Thompson, 20, of Monroe, OK. Report of a disturbance on Trailwood Lane near Mena led to the arrest of Roger A. Burton, 28, of Mena, on a Warrant for Failure to Appear. Additional information has been provided to the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office for further consideration. Arrested by a trooper with the Arkansas State Police was Andrew L. Butler, 43, of Cove, on Charges of DWI, Speeding, No ri er’s License, o Liability nsurance and Registration & Licensing Fees. Arrested by a trooper with the Arkansas State Police was Travis E. Davis, 47, of Mena, on Charges of DWI, Careless/Prohibited Driving, No Liability Insurance and

Registration & Licensing Fees. August 13, 2017 Report of a one-vehicle accident on Polk 76 East near Mena led to the arrest of Stephen L. Cox, 37, of Mena, on Charges of DWI Drugs, Careless/Prohibited Driving, Leaving the Scene of an Accident, No Proof of Insurance and Failure to Register a Vehicle. Arrested was Michael R. Belknap, 21, of Mena, on a Warrant for Failure to Comply with a Court Order. Report from complainant on East Boundary Road in Mena of being harassed by an acquaintance. Deputy advised subject to cease all contact with complainant. Complainant refused to press charges. Report of a disturbance on Crystal Lane near Mena. Deputies responded. All parties refused to press charges. Polk County heriff’s Office worked two vehicle accidents this week. Polk County Detention Center Jail Population: 18 Incarcerated Inmates, with 5 Inmates currently on the Waiting List for a State Facility.

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oo ing for a new form of social activity while fulfilling the shopping urge The ne t effort of the Mena owntown artners to bring more people to downtown and to provide a fun thing to do will be a Cash Mob. ot familiar with the term A Cash Mob is a community effort that is used to oin together to support local businesses. In this particular effort, the Cash Mob will converge on a downtown retailer which is a member of the owntown artners at a predetermined date and time to spend at least 20 and have an en oyable time with fellow Mobbers . Cash Mobs bring an immediate economic impact to a locally owned business with long term positive results. The Mob will meet one Saturday morning each month at a predetermined time and place for morning refreshments. All participating M retailers will have their business name placed in a container. ne of the Mobbers will draw the name and then the Mob will proceed with music and balloons down the street to the select ed business for a fun shopping e perience. Judy Thompson, owntown iaison fficer for M , advises that over the past few years, Cash Mobs have grown in popularity throughout the nation and have proven to be an entertaining way to encourage shoppers into businesses where they not only normally shop but also to stores that they are not familiar with. ach month will provide an opportunity to shop at different stores Through the M member businesses, special incentives will be given to Mobbers. Thompson says the rules for being a Mobber are simple. A signup MENA sheet will be available on aceboo at iscover owntown and at participating M stores throughout downtown. Thompson may be contacted at 21 7 44 or HATFIELD - WICKES at scootie udy ules are 1 Commit to spend at least 20 at each Cash Mob 2 Bring at least one guest to each Mob 3 Meet new people each time and most importantly 4 ave fun The Cash Mobs will tentatively begin in September with date to be announced. Join the Mob and help the local economy and have a wonderful time while indulg ing in that great pastime of . shopping


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he uachita River school district will receive bids for the removal of a concrete slab and oak trees located at the Acorn campus until August 29th at 2:00 P.M. at the uperintendent’s office. Bids recei ed after this time will not be accepted. All bids shall be mailed or delivered in a sealed envelope marked “demo bid”. In general, the scope of work is for the removal of a concrete slab and all subsurface concrete and steel along with oak trees and roots. The site shall be graded with existing material to smooth any humps that may remain due to the excavation activities howe er no additional fill will be re uired. All bidders are re uired to isit the proposed site to familiari e themsel es with all existing conditions. Bidders will be re uired to pro ide sufficient e uipment to handle the scope of work in a timely manner. uccessful bidder will be re uired to provide liability insurance or other insurance that shall be re uired according to tate rules and regulations. Any bid that exceeds $20,000.00 shall be accompanied by a 5% bid bond or cashier’s check e ual to of the bid amount. For information or to schedule a isit to the obsite please contact Mr. Strasner @ (479) 394-2348. The Ouachita River chool istrict reser es the right to re ect any or all bids when deemed in the best interest of the district. 8/16

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lean and comfortable housing since 1969, J. Ray & Maria’s MH Park and Rentals. Hwy orth, Mena, AR. 216-3085 TFN rodi , Inc. is accepting applications for an experienced CNC Machine Operator. Applications may be picked up at the Brodix office, located at Maple in Mena, from 8:00am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday. Competitive starting wages with benefits a ailable. otice to Applicants: Screening tests for alcohol and illegal drug use may be re uired before hiring and during your employment. 8/16 J Dozer- Trackhoe, Backhoe, Dump Truck, Ponds, Pads, Clearing, Roads, Hauling, Rich Top Soil, Fill Dirt, hale, ra el. o er operator Randy gger, o er years’ experience. We appreciate your Business Call 479-234-1357 TFN

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