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Other NewsFebruary 23, 2015 by SB Nation
She's a 17-year-old junior at Beebe High School and she's Arkansas' first female state wrestling champion, ever. Destiny Nunez, wrestling at 106 pounds, beat the No. 1 seed in her weight class to take the crown. She doesn't have a college picked out yet, but ...January 7, 2015 by Beebe News
Beebe NewsHe was born February 12, 1938 in Arkansas City, Arkansas to Garland E. and Leona Rice. He graduated from Arkansas City High School, attended Arkansas State College – Beebe Branch and Monticello A & M. He served his country in the United States ...December 8, 2014 by KARK
BEEBE, AR - Charlie Fancyboy and other students at Beebe High School get more than just a classroom education. "I think this is a really nice thing that our school does," says Charlie. During one of their study periods they head over to the school food pantry ...July 2, 2014 by Beebe News
Beebe NewsBrian Woodle, 36, of Benton, Arkansas was born November 23, 1977 to James and Wanda Woodle, and he died June 23, 2014. He was an amazing football athlete while at Beebe High School, graduating in 1996. Brian was a die hard Razorbacks fan and ...September 25, 2013 by Beebe News
Beebe NewsMatthew is the son of Gary and Roscilla Mitchell of Beebe, AR. Grandson of Sue Ward of Beebe and the late Bill Ward; Eva and Jim Lipe of Cabot and the late David Mitchell. Megan is a 2010 graduate of Hector High School and is a teacher at Childcare ...February 8, 2013 by Beebe News
He was born at home in West Ridge, Mississippi County, Arkansas on July 3, 1943 to the late Gerald and Marie Adams. He is survived by his brother, Gene D. Adams, Sr. and his wife Emma Gene of Beebe; ... He was director of Blytheville YMCA and coached at Mississippi County Community College, Henderson State University, Garland County Community College, ASU-Beebe, Mountain Pine High School and Beebe High School. At the time of his death he was a physical education teacher at Beebe High School.News headlines by Google News