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Celebrate Independence Day Down by the River

A Kid’s Pavilion full of free activities is going to be a part of the 29th Annual Pops on the River, July 4 in downtown Little Rock. There is also going to be a car show featuring the new lines from Bale Chevrolet and Kia of Little Rock. A marketplace will have shopping, food truck and other attractions. The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette’s “Oh Say! Can You Sing?” top five finalists perform at 5:30 p.m. followed by the Happy Tymes Jazz Band and theArkansas Symphony Orchestra. Fireworks are at 9:30 p.m. Reserved seating in the Riverfest Amphitheatre is available for $10 or you can bring your own chairs and blankets. Admission is free. The River Market Pavilions and Riverfront Park are where the events take place.River Market Pavilions and Riverfest Amphitheater, Little Rock Phone: 501-378-3807 Email: acaparaso@arkansasonline.com Go to Website: www.arkansasonline.com/pops

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Cavern Headlamp Tour

Take the Blanchard Springs Caverns in  Mountain View. Tours are on Saturdays at 12:45 pm. This one-hour tour through part of the middle level of the caverns goes through large water-carved passages. See marvelous formations using only a helmet-mounted light. With nearly 200 stairs, this tour is not recommended for those with walking or health problems. Call for rates and reservations.

Blanchard Springs Caverns Visitor Center, Mountain View

Phone: 870-757-2211

 

Archeology Day at Petit Jean

Archeology Day at Petit Jean State Park near Morrilton is March 17. March is Archeology Month in Arkansas, and you are invited to spend a day discovering some of the archeological treasures of Petit Jean Mountain, including the genuine Native American pictographs of Rock House Cave. Contact the park for a schedule.

1285 Petit Jean Mountain Road, Morrilton

Phone: 501-727-5441

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7 dead in Christmas massacre in Dallas, in Texas flat.

Texas Christmas Day/Santa Claus Massacre Of 7

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7 dead in Christmas massacre in Dallas, in Texas flat.

Gunman who killed 6 relatives wore Santa outfit He apparently opened fire as family was opening Christmas gifts at home — The man believed to have killed six relatives and then himself on Christmas Day was dressed as Santa.

Sgt Robert Eberling: “It’s the worst investigation we’ve had to investigate in many years”

Seven bodies with gunshot wounds have been found in a flat by police in the US state of Texas.The victims – four women and three men – were discovered in the city of Grapevine, just outside Dallas.

Four women and three men who police believe to be related were GRAPEVINE, Texas  Seven people believed to be related Two handguns were found near the bodies in the apartment that The victims have not yet been identified, but Eberling said it appears they all died of gunshot wounds.

Gunman who killed 6 relatives wore Santa outfit He apparently opened fire as family was opening Christmas gifts at home — The man believed to have killed six relatives and then himself on Christmas Day was dressed as Santa.

Sergeant Robert Eberling

 7 dead in Christmas massacre in Dallas, in Texas flat.

Sgt Robert Eberling: “It’s the worst investigation we’ve had to investigate in many years”

Seven bodies with gunshot wounds have been found in a flat by police in the US state of Texas.The victims – four women and three men – were discovered in the city of Grapevine, just outside Dallas.

Local police said they believed one person shot the other six before committing suicide,

The ages of the victims reportedly range from late teens to sixties. Their names have not been released. A police investigation is now under way.

The victims appear to be three generations of the same family, according to Police.

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The bodies were found in the flat on Sunday morning. Two handguns were also discovered inside.

It appears to be they’re all related. It appears all the victims are deceased from gunshot wounds.

7 dead in Christmas massacre in Dallas, in Texas flat.

“We are pretty confident that the shooter is among the deceased victims inside the apartment. We are not actively looking for a shooter that we believe is at large,” the police officer added.

Officials said all seven bodies were found near a Christmas tree in the living room.

“It appears they had just celebrated Christmas. They had opened their gifts,” Sgt Eberling said.

He added that police rushed to the flat after receiving a 911 emergency call.

“There was an open [telephone] line. No-one was saying anything.”

These Schools set open house dates. Also where to meet on First Day.

Schools, Walnut Ridge open house is Tuesday, August 9th. For students in K-8th. New students can enroll at Offices pertaing to their grade. Any questions call – 886-3482
Hoxie School – Thursday – 11 – Open house will be pre-Kindergarden-6th from 6-7p.m. 7th will be same night meet in the Cafeteria at 6:30 p.m.. A 2$ fee is due for Lockers. Any new Students or Seniors may register, Aug. 1st – 15th. School begins Aug – 15th. Students in 7th – 12th, will meet in the Hicks Gym. Students in pre – K – 6th will meet in there classrooms.

Sloan Hendrix School, open house is Thursday, Aug, 11th, from 5 – 7 p.m., All High School students will meet at 6 p.m. in the cafeteria. Any question call – 870-869-2384