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Today In History

Friday, Sept. 21, the 264th day of 2018. There are 101 days left in the year.
Today's Highlight in History:
On Sept. 21, 1981, the Senate unanimously confirmed the nomination of Sandra Day O'Connor to become the first female justice on the Supreme Court.
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Family will produce bamboo


Steve Gillespie / Daily Press
Tyler Clement, and his mother, Sherry, look over some of the 1,000 bamboo plants that will be planted on Saturday beginning at 10 a.m.

By Steve Gillespie editor@paragoulddailypress.com
For some, the mention of bamboo may conjure up images of panda bears having a snack, or huts and any number of other items built by castaways on the old "Gilligan's Island" television show.
But there is a growing in

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Mustangs gallop past Eagles 48-6


Mike McKinney / Daily Press
Forrest City's Kadarius Akins turns the corner against the GCT defense in the first half of Friday night's conference opener at Eagle Stadium. Akins ran for three touchdowns in the Mustangs' 48-6 romp.

By Cole Turbeville cturbeville@paragoulddailypress.com
Coming off a bye week the Greene County Tech Eagles struggled to get anything going on either side of the ball on Friday night in a 48-6 loss to Forrest City.
It was a rough homecoming for the Eagles (2-2, 0-1 . . . more »

Breakfast at the Chamber


Gary Exelby / Daily Press
Darrell Phillips (front left) and Harry Truman Moore (front right) were among the past Paragould Regional Chamber of Commerce presidents on hand to meet members at the Chamber building on Wednesday morning. Phillips was president in 2012 while Moore was 1991's president. Also seated are (clockwise from Phillips) Brett Bradford, Jeremy Irvin, Jeremy Biggs, Noah Tullos, Jeff Boone, Logan Wilburn and Chuck Palmer.

Camping with rust?

Dear Heloise: We inherited my uncle's camper, and the sink has rust stains. Do you have a cleaning formula that I can use instead of commercial cleaners? -- Evelyn G., Shreveport, La. Evelyn, for a job like that, I'd recommend slicing a lemon in ha . . . more »