Blytheville


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Blytheville

(blīth`vĭl), city (1990 pop. 22,906), seat of Mississippi co., NE Ark., near the Mississippi River; inc. 1891. It is the trading center for a cotton area; soybeans and feed crops also are grown. The city also produces transportation equipment, plastic products, and canned foods. A wildlife refuge is nearby.
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11, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Small-town America has gotten even smaller in recent years, and Blytheville, Arkansas, is no exception.
Blytheville city will have a few large financial hurdles to clear in 2015 and the proposed game plan is a creative use of Infrastructure funds.
BLYTHEVILLE -- Mississippi County residents will go to the polls in October to vote on a new half-cent sales tax to help the county hospital system.
The couple were married May 27, 1961, in Blytheville, Ark.
Stephen Episcopal Church in Blytheville, with Father George Klee officiating.
The company will continue to operate the office in Blytheville.
Rogers, who has more than 30 years of experience in banking, was made president of the Blytheville market.
CHICAGO, May 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Atlas Tube, a division of JMC Steel Group, announced today that it is re-opening its Hollow Structural Section (HSS) manufacturing facility in Blytheville, AR.
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the largest and most advanced manufacturer of hollow structural sections in the world, has announced plans to build a manufacturing facility in Blytheville.
Wal-Mart recently won its request in bankruptcy court to have Burrow sit down and explain under oath what was going on with his Chickasaw Plaza in Blytheville.