Lighter side of terrorism disappears on Web site
__I'm grateful this Thanksgiving that our government keeps going after terrorists and spammers, too, although sometimes they're hard to tell apart.
__It looks like the war against spammers is going almost as well as the war on terror, but sometimes the two battles intersect.
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Presidents, their wives stand up to see Bono sing in the rain
___Four U.S. presidents and their wives stood up during the dedication of Bill Clinton's presidential library in Little Rock so they could get a better view of Bono performing in the rain Thursday. [STORY]


Better roads or schools?
>>> IN SHORT>>> Gov. ___Huckabee wants the legislature to enact another road-building program this winter, and his highway commissioners obliged last week with a proposal to float another bond issue of $1 billion and pay for it by claiming the sales taxes from vehicles and accessories. [STORY]

 

 

 



Local battallion honored

By JOHN HOFHEIMER
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Leader Staff Writer
>>> IN SHORT>>>An Austin Army National Guardsman was among three awarded meritorious conduct medals at the Air Force base as the unit prepares to return to civilian life after guarding the air base. [STORY]


Former sherriff arrested over harassment charge
By JOHN HOFHEIMER
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Leader Staff Writer

>> IN SHORT>>> Charlie Martin turns himself in after an accuser files a complaint against the ex-Lonoke sheriff. [STORY]


REPORT:
No water crisis for long while

By JOAN MCCOY - Leader Staff Writer
>>> IN SHORT>>>
The area's need for water may not be as immediate as originally predicted, according to a draft engineering report released Tuesday. [STORY]


Sylvan Hills takes down Lady Devils in Hoopfest

By CHAD MATCHETT
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Leader Sports Writer
>>> IN SHORT>>>
The Lady Bears took care of business against the Lady Red Devils and came away with a 52-43 win. [SPORTS]


Irrigation work seen as benefit

By JOHN HOFHEIMER - Leader Staff Writer
>>> IN SHORT>>>
The completion of the Bayou Meto and Grand Prairie irrigation projects could not only slow the decline of the aquifers, but could lead to the recharging of those aquifers. [STORY]


Christmas Open House
By EILEEN FELDMAN
>>> IN SHORT>>> Cabot merchants went all out Sunday for their annual holiday open house extravaganza. [FEATURE]

November 17, 2004


Access road to go one-way

By JOHN HOFHEIMER
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Leader Staff Writer
>>> IN SHORT>>> Starting in March, Landers Road will have traffic going north between McCain and Wildwood. Motorists on Warden will travel south. [STORY]


Opening fills local hotels
By RICK KRON -
>> IN SHORT>>> Local Guardsmen help with Clinton Library security, and area students participate in a once-in-a-lifetime event as visitors stream into local motels to stay the night. [STORY]


Cabot schools still build

By BRIAN RODRIGUEZ
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Leader Staff Writer

>>> IN SHORT>>>
The district continues its construction program at the new high school campus and has approved expansion at Magness Creek Elementary. [STORY]


Not a Heavenly start to season

By CHAD MATCHETT
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Leader Sports Writer
>>> IN SHORT>>>
Lady Bears, Devils and Falcons all fall in Heavenly Hoopfest tournament. [SPORTS]


Utilities group is almost set

By JOAN MCCOY- Leader Staff Writer
>>> IN SHORT>>>
The Cabot City Council began the process Tuesday night of turning over control of the water and sewer departments to a public utilities commission. [STORY]


A Polar Adventure
By BRIAN RODRIGUEZ
>>> IN SHORT>>>Students at Westside Elementary take a trip to 'The Polar Express' [FEATURE]

November 10, 2004


German bullet is kept nearby

By BRIAN RODRIGUEZ
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Leader Staff Writer
>>> IN SHORT>>> Retired Tech Sgt. Leonard E. Morden still holds onto WWII memories through memorabilia. [STORY]


Jacksonville wish list has $73M total
By RICK KRON - Leader Staff Writer
>> IN SHORT>>> The city's Community Development Department has gathered the information for a five-year consolidated plan based on the cost of the community's wishes and priorities. [STORY]


Wounded in Korea and Vietnam

By BRIAN RODRIGUEZ
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Leader Staff Writer

>>> IN SHORT>>>
From rural White County to Jacksonville, a steady downpour covered up streets and brought water into homes. [STORY]


Hornets heavy on pass play

By RAY BENTON
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Leader Staff Writer
>>> IN SHORT>>>
Touted Devil defense will be tested by unfamiliar scheme. The Red Devils have not faced an offense like Bryant's this year. [SPORTS]


Votes still counted
in some counties
By JOHN HOFHEIMER and JOAN MCCOY
>>> IN SHORT>>>
Cabot Alderman Odis Waymack widens his lead and is the confirmed winner against Angie Dover after votes are hand counted because scanners could not read improvised ballots madeon copiers. [STORY]


BEAUTY-AIR-SHADE-PEACE
By BRIAN RODRIGUEZ
>>> IN SHORT>>>A nuttall oak, donated by the Garden Gallery and the First Electric Cooperative of Arkansas, was used at Cabot's Oct. 30 Arbor Day Ceremony in front of the Arlene Cherry Memorial Library. [FEATURE]


November 24, 2004

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