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Benton,

city (1990 pop. 18,177), seat of Saline co., central Ark.; founded 1836. Once a significant aluminum producer, the city manufactures fabricated-metal and wood products.
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The Benton family became homeless during the team's pursuit for victory, and Benton's mother, Devona, did her best to keep her son's spirits up.
Chris Dixon, 67, a school governor from Benton, said: "Rob Wilson is my favourite - he's just a funny guy.
By executing this agreement with steady annual work commitments, Benton shareholders can expect regular exploration results at no cost to the treasury.
Benton Park Road, Benton, Newcastle, is available to let at PS1,250pc through Andrew Craig, tel: 0191 285 9024.
The Benton County Daily Record reports that brothers Tom and Steuart Walton each donated $80,000 last month to the group Keep Dollars in Benton County.
For over half a century, art history has tried to wrestle Benton to the ground.
As a Google Favorite Place, Jeff Benton Homes received a window decal bearing a special image known as a QR code.
They even contacted Benton to see if she could make it.
Since 1976, when Rufus Benton developed a process to produce the lamella-tipped doctor blade without grinding, research and development has been a top priority at Benton Graphics.
Benton Harbor is a run-down, isolated place, many stories then reported, citing census data that contrasted the town with its neighbor, St.
As a result, many were caught off guard when Benton County followed Multnomah County's lead and decided to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Appropriately, the film itself is a meditation on celebrity, as Benton and a camera crew capture people's reactions to "Britney" in the oddest of places.