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Obituary: Burlene Gray Lamberth of Stuttgart

Burlene Gray Lamberth passed away May 23, 2022, one day after celebrating her 99th birthday. She was the 9th of 10 children born to Laura and Charlie Gray of Adamsville, Tennessee. She will be most remembered for her wicked sense of humor, her love of laughter, her generous heart, and her unconditional love for her family and many friends. She was always ready with a funny joke to make you laugh and a kind word to make you feel good. She was an avid sports fan and loved cheering for her beloved Mississippi State Bulldogs.
STUTTGART, AR
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City of Stuttgart Memorial Day holiday garbage schedule

The City of Stuttgart Sanitation Department has announced its schedule change for next week, due to the Memorial Day holiday. The sanitation department, landfill, transfer station, and street department will all be closed on Monday, May 30, 2022. Monday’s garbage will be picked up on Tuesday, May 31. Tuesday’s...
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Obituary: Ziba James Barber of Stuttgart

Ziba James Barber, 74, of Stuttgart passed away Friday, May 20, 2022, at Baptist Health-Springhill. Jim was born June 5, 1947, in Jonesboro to Ziba Jefferson and Christine Barber. He was a graduate of the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff and served that university as media specialist for 34 years. Jim was a long-time member of First Christian Church serving in many capacities. He was honored as Elder Emeritus in 2021. He was also a member of Yoder Ruritan and very proud to work for college scholarships for Stuttgart High School graduates.
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Swamp fries perfect dish for a southern supper

CASSCOE — Late spring and early summer are the perfect times to get out with friends and family to run a few jugs, limb lines, or trotlines on one of The Natural State’s lakes or rivers in search of catfish. Living in the Delta along the White River provides many of these opportunities. The best part is not knowing what is on the end of that bouncing line until the angler reaches out to pull it from the water. If you’re lucky, you’ll discover a flathead catfish has taken the bait. Flatheads (aka calico cat or Appaloosa catfish) may have a face only their mother can love, but when they land on the dinner plate, your guest will always come back for seconds or thirds. These large catfish often are filleted, portioned out, and fried to golden perfection. But if you’re in the mood for something a little spicy and sloppy, it’s a perfect protein for this take on etouffee dubbed “swamp fries.”
CASSCOE, AR
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Obituary: Grady Ray Hudson of Stuttgart

Grady Ray Hudson, Jr., 70, of Stuttgart passed away Tuesday, May 24, 2022, at his home. Grady was born Nov. 12, 1951, in Stuttgart to Grady Ray Sr. and Dolly May Hudson. After graduation, he worked several jobs including head miller at Producers Rice Mill, building homes in Texas, and was a sheetrock finisher. He was an avid outdoorsman and a Baptist.
STUTTGART, AR
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Grand Prairie Quilt Society holds May meeting

The Grand Prairie Quilt Society met on May 11 at the fellowship hall of First Christian Church in Stuttgart with five members present. The meeting was opened with the thought for the day, “The only place housework comes before quilting is in the dictionary.”. Following the April minutes and...
STUTTGART, AR
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Stuttgart Chamber of Commerce News: May 26, 2022

JUNE NETWORKING AT NOON | MAY YARD OF THE MONTH WINNERS | RIBBON CUTTING AT STATE FARM-PAT FRIZZELL | LEADERSHIP ARKANSAS COUNTY | NEW STUTTGART SHIRTS | SIGN UP FOR SMS ALERTS | CITY SALES TAX REVENUES. June Networking at Noon. Please join the Stuttgart Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday,...
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Obituary: Howard Paul Wrinkle of Stuttgart

Howard Paul Wrinkle, 75, of Stuttgart passed away Monday, May 23, 2022, at Baptist Health-Springhill. Mr. Wrinkle was born April 5, 1947, near Grady to Arthur L. and Hasthan Wrinkle. He was a self-employed truck driver and jack of all trades. He enjoyed yard work, tinkering with vehicles, and spending time with family and friends, especially his best friend Brooks Carter and his grandkids. He loved his family who will miss him very much.
STUTTGART, AR
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Obituary: Dickie Paul Herring of Humnoke

Dickie Paul Herring, 69, of Humnoke passed away Thursday, May 26, 2022, at UAMS in Little Rock. Mr. Herring was born Aug. 26, 1952, in Stuttgart to Paul and Bobbie Herring. He was a lifelong farmer, which he loved along with gardening and hunting and anything else that had to do with the outdoors. He kept an immaculate yard when his health allowed. He was a man who loved his family and his beloved dog Chester. But, most importantly, he wanted his grandchildren to know how very proud he was of them.
HUMNOKE, AR
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Stuttgart Police Department Incident Reports: May 24, 2022

1000 block of N. Buerkle St., violation of a protection order. 500 block of S. Columbus St., second-degree criminal mischief. A mailbox was reported as being knocked down by a vehicle. Pieces of broken taillight and tire tracks were found in the dirt next to the mailbox’s broken pole.
STUTTGART, AR
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Marjorie Ann Roe Rains

Marjorie Ann Roe Rains, born January 16, 1928 to Elzy Roe and Emma Grady Roe Longmuir in Hazen, Arkansas, passed away Wednesday, May 25, 2022 at her home in Middlesboro, KY surrounded by family and friends. Her wish was to spend her last days looking at her mountains and watching her birds.
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More changes to the 2022 Scrapper football schedule

More changes have been made to the Nashville Scrappers Senior High football schedule for the 2022 season. The change this week was the result of Fountain Lake dropping out of the 7-4A Conference to play eight man footballl. Fountain Lake becomes the second district opponent to drop varsity football for the 8 man sport. Earlier this year, Genoa Central also elected to play 8 man football.
NASHVILLE, AR
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Celebrate Recovery to hold block party this Saturday

Celebrate Recovery in Stuttgart is sponsoring a block party this Saturday, May 28, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tori Raab, Celebrate Recovery’s assimilation and youth leader, said everyone is welcome to attend the gathering. “We just want to provide a fun family event to serve our community,” Raab...
STUTTGART, AR
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Swamp fries perfect dish for a southern supper

CASSCOE — Late spring and early summer are the perfect times to get out with friends and family to run a few jugs, limb lines or trotlines on one of The Natural State’s lakes or rivers in search of catfish. Living in the Delta along the White River provides many of these opportunities. The best part is not knowing what is on the end of that bouncing line until the angler reaches out to pull it from the water. If you’re lucky, you’ll discover a flathead catfish has taken the bait. Flatheads (aka calico cat or Appaloosa catfish) may have a face only their mother can love, but when they land on the dinner plate, your guest will always come back for seconds, or thirds. These large catfish often are fileted, portioned out and fried to golden perfection. But if you’re in the mood for something a little spicy and sloppy, it’s a perfect protein for this take on etouffee dubbed “swamp fries.”
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