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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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And finally: "To those in Benton Harbor, it is proof that race blinds their neighbors to the obvious.
McGinnis was a playful, energetic, and boastful teenager from the crumbling environs of Benton Harbor, a once elegant resort town about a two-hour drive from Chicago.
The Benton Report reveals that there remains strong remnants of this vision.
We will invest energy and infrastructure in Benton to support the logistics needs of current and future customers, and we look forward to being directly involved in the company's day-to-day operations as we seek to exceed customer expectations.
Claire Ward, 26, a teacher from Benton, said: "I really like Micky Flanagan.
Benton will hold a 1% NSR on the Project and PTM will operate the project while it holds a controlling stake.
Benton Park Road is within easy reach of amenities, including road links, schools, local shops and a supermarket, Ministry buildings and bus and Metro transport links.
A local group called Keep Dollars in Benton County has hired a professional company to collect the approximately 40,000 signatures needed.
We take customer satisfaction very seriously, and are honored to receive this recognition," said Jeff Benton CEO.
This is the last new facility in California until there are signs there are going to be changes,'' Benton said Tuesday.
Like those authors who wrote about Monroe, what I write here reveals at least as much about what I believe needs to be done to yield a bright future for public libraries as it does about the Benton Report's methods and its conclusions.