Blytheville

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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At that time, Correnti was vice president/general manager of Nucor-Yamato Steel Company, just outside of Blytheville.
BLYTHEVILLE, Arkansas--A controversial herbicide called dicamba devastated farms across the United States this year, the Washington Post reports.
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Tennessee Bank & Trust has been operating as a branch division of Farmers Bank & Trust Company of Blytheville, Arkansas, with branches in Franklin and Nashville.
The couple were married May 27, 1961, in Blytheville, Ark.
Stephen Episcopal Church in Blytheville, with Father George Klee officiating.
The plans included the relocation of selected assembly and returned goods reconditioning operations and would affect 75-90 employees at Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation's facilities in Blytheville, Arkansas and Kosciusko, Mississippi, Atlas Copco said.
The company will continue to operate the office in Blytheville.
will add a $230 million cold mill to its Blytheville operation as it seeks to increase sales to the automotive market, the company said Tuesday.
Great River Medical Center in Blytheville, Arkansas
BLYTHEVILLE--The city of Osceola is asking a judge to stop a special election where voters will consider a plan for a new courthouse in Blytheville.
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.