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October 21st, 2014

Details released in Salem crash

October 21, 2014

The Saline County Sheriff's Office has released additional details about a fatal single-vehicle accident that occurred Wednesday afternoon on Scott-Salem Road.

The driver, Aaron Shaw, 27, of Benton was killed in the crash.

Shaw, the driver of a 2012 Ford Mustang, was eastbound when the passenger side tires of his car veered off the roadway, according to a report from Deputy Samuel Griffin.

In trying to get back onto the road, Shaw "over-steered and lost control of the vehicle," Griffin said.

Bauxite unable to hold council meeting due to lack of quorum

October 21, 2014

The Bauxite City Council meeting, which had been scheduled Monday night, was canceled due to a lack of a a quorum.

Aldermen Karen Brooks and Mona Struble reportedly were not present because of personal medical issues. As a result, not enough members were present for the council to meet.

More info can be found in today's issue of The Saline Courier.

Therapists bring hope to patients with lymphedema

October 21, 2014

Cancer and its treatment are risk factors for a condition called lymphedema – the build-up of fluid in soft body tissues when the lymph system is damaged or block. The build-up usually occurs in an arm or leg.

Max D. Norwood

October 21, 2014

Max D. "Pops" Norwood, 73, of Little Rock passed away Oct. 16, 2014, after a long battle with cancer.
He was born April 30, 1941, in Malvern to the late Mildred Draper Norwood. Max loved fishing and spending time with his family.
Max was preceded in death by his mother; one sister, Susie; and three brothers, Charles, Cecil, and Jerry, all of Malvern.

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