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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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He was born on June 16, 1931 in Blytheville, Arkansas to the late Charles and Ivery (Snow) McDonald.
Zekelman Industries, an independent manufacturer of hollow structural sections (HSS) and steel pipe, and a producer of electrical conduit and elbows, couplings and nipples in North America, is constructing what is claimed to be the world's largest continuous ERW tube mill in Blytheville, Arkansas, on property adjacent to its existing Atlas Tube mill.
In 1987, they built a home in Blytheville, Arkansas, that became their forever home.
Truong's father, Hung Truong, a jewelry store owner from Blytheville, Arkansas, said his wife, who was from Vietnam, had applied for the visa twice, but her requests were rejected, due to which she could not attend her son's funeral.
Tennessee Bank & Trust has been operating as a branch division of Farmers Bank & Trust Company of Blytheville, Arkansas, with branches in Franklin and Nashville.
Under the term of the ten year agreement, Kinder Morgan will provide in-plant services for Nucor's facility at Decatur, Alabama; Hertford, North Carolina; Berkeley, South Carolina; As well as two facilities at Blytheville, Arkansas.
The here was Blytheville, Arkansas, and the there was, well, anywhere.
Alderman and Company client Aviation Repair Technologies, LLC, based in Blytheville, Arkansas, has entered into a series of financial transactions that strengthen the capital structure of the business, including raising equity and reducing indebtedness, the company said.
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These include plants in Ambridge and Koppel, Pennsylvania; Wilder, Kentucky; Blytheville, Arkansas; and Baytown, Texas.
Louis-based The Mission Continues (www.mission continues.org), which provides fellowships to wounded veterans who engage in service, Smith opened Anthony's Martial Arts Academy in Blytheville, Arkansas, last May.
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