Cave City shop moves, expands staff, services

July 28, 2009 CAVE CITY — Customers of Anna’s Haircare in Cave City can now visit Anna Beams and her staff at their new location, 309 N. Main St., Suite A.Beams said recently that the move to the new location allowed her to add two new staff members, Taalyn James with eight years experience as a stylist, and Sarah Musick, who has been a nail technician for two years.They join the staff of Beams, 12 years experience, and Jeanette Turner with 24 years as a stylist.

Woman busted eating, driving

July 28, 2009 With a cheeseburger in her mouth and a heavy foot on the gas pedal, a Batesville woman was arrested Saturday night after she reportedly busted a red light in front of a police officer.Independence County Deputy Bret Ward said he was waiting for a green light at the intersection of St. Louis and Myers streets around 7:30 p.m. when he heard what sounded like someone “burning out” behind him.

White River’s Got Talent finalists announced

July 28, 2009 Sixty auditions were held, and now 10 acts have been chosen to advance to the finals of the White River’s Got Talent Competition set for Friday at Riverside Park.The top 10 acts are: • Chelsea Savage Candler, playing guitar/yodeling; • Emily Copeland, playing guitar/singing; • Francine Everett, singing; • Darrel Candler, playing guitar with daughter Jessica singing;• Jonathan Huggins, playing guitar and singing an original song; • Kaleena Hutchins, playing the harmonica;

Calico Rock Visitors Guide going into Welcome Centers

July 28, 2009  Calico Rock — The new Calico Rock Visitors Guide will be going into all 13 Welcome Centers across the state, according to the Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism. The 28-page, full-color publication, printed in a tabloid format, was released the first week of July for local distribution.

Yogi Baird to perform

July 28, 2009 Calico Rock — Yogi Baird will perform at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Calico Rock Music Hall.

Club News

July 28, 2009 Cave City EHCCAVE CITY — The Cave City Extension Homemakers Club met on July 20 at the Cave City Community Center. Vice President Frances Ball called the meeting to order and the group sang “God Bless America.” “Words To Live By” were read by Karen Basinger. Roll call was “A recent event that makes you proud of America.” Six members were present. Minutes and treasurer’s reports were presented and approved.Plans were finalized for the club’s Educational Booth for the Sharp County Fair.

Missing man said he was going to Australia

July 28, 2009 Saying he was going to Australia with his wife to work, a Newark man has been reported missing by his mother, according to Independence County Sheriff’s Deputy Chris Toland.Friday afternoon, Lola Mae Mole of Newark told Toland that her son, 58-year-old Ralph D. Mole, accompanied by his wife, Julie Mole, and a representative from the White River Area Agency on Aging, came by her house about two months ago and that was the last time she has seen or heard from him.According to Toland, she said the visit was in reference to Ralph Mole getting monetary help from her.