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November 13th, 2014

2nd complaint filed against Bryant mayor candidate Cox

November 13, 2014

On Monday a Bryant resident filed a new ethics complaint with the Arkansas Ethics Commission Alderman Randy Cox, who is a candidate for mayor.

Barbara Champagne, who filed the complaint, submitted a previous complaint in October.

In the most recent complaint, Champagne alleges that Cox “has been sloppy and irresponsible in his financial reporting” involving his campaign finances. She acknowledged that there is a $200 error on his financial reports and she calls into question a $1,919.34 deficit that Cox reported.

County animal control tax helps curb over-population

November 13, 2014

The Humane Society of Saline County makes no secret of its concern about pep over-population and its related mission to get as many dogs and cats sterilized as possible.

Low-cost spay/neuter clinics are held throughout the year for this purpose, but the society now is receiving a boost with the effort through Saline County's voluntary animal control tax.

November 12th

Former officer in court Friday on charges of sexual assault

November 12, 2014

A former Benton police officer who is accused of sexually assaulting a family member is scheduled to appear Friday morning in Saline County Circuit Court before Judge Grisham Phillips.

Monte Hodge, who was a lieutenant with the Benton Police Department, has been charged with three counts of rape and two counts of sexual assault.

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