High: 95°F ~ Low: 72°F
Saturday, Sep. 5, 2015
Delta Bridge's 'Living on the Edge' shows harsh realities for locals living in poverty (09/05/15)
Blytheville gets federal grant (09/04/15)
Blytheville Police Reports (09/04/15)
Parks and Rec talks mowing, TBGL roof (09/04/15)
Board mulls code changes (09/04/15)
County looking at Fairview (09/04/15)
County insurance board meets (09/04/15)
'Take Your Legislator to School' (09/04/15)
DuCote to sign books at TBIB (09/04/15)
BHS has temporary lockdown (09/03/15)
High School Scoreboard (09/04/15)
Friday's Scores The Associated Press Ashdown 46, LR Hall 14 Batesville 26, Watson Chapel 21 Beebe 41, Greenbrier 27 Bentonville 24, Rockhurst, Mo. 13 Berryville 34, Decatur 0 Blytheville 44, Osceola 0 Brinkley 30, Western Yell 0 Bryant 37, Benton 13...
Chicks thump 'Noles in opener (09/04/15)
OSCEOLA -- Opening the season with a win over your longtime rival is one thing. Opening the season with a convincing shutout on your rival's home field is something that makes for a nice memory. That's precisely what the Blytheville Chickasaws did to the Osceola Seminoles Friday night. Behind four touchdowns and 141 rushing yards form junior tailback, Demekko Clark, the Chicks routed the 'Noles, 44-0...
Brady wins appeal, suspension overturned (09/03/15)
LARRY NEUMEISTER Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) -- A federal judge deflated "Deflategate" Thursday, erasing New England quarterback Tom Brady's four-game suspension for a controversy that the NFL claimed threatened football's integrity. U.S. District Judge Richard M. ...
First of all, I'd like to thank The Courier News for giving me the opportunity to express my personal perspective on some of the present circumstances, questions and concerns in Mississippi County. Upon reflection and much circumspection, I am of the opinion that we need to keep Mississippi County a two-seat county. ...
Don't throw Granny away just yet
I saw part of a poem a few days ago that kind of resonated with me. It started out something like this: "Just because my hair is gray, give me time, don't throw me away." It goes on to say how much knowledge and wisdom the old have to share if they are just given the time and the opportunity to do so...
Good things happening in Blytheville!
Words do indeed have power. I remember hearing former County Judge Steve McGuire say many times, "It's a great day to be in Mississippi County." His words were equally powerful. The Bible tells us that the power of life and death are in the tongue. I also know that "you can't see it until you believe it", "misery loves company" and "birds of a feather flock together."...