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Ultimate Oldies Show to make 12th appearance at Collins

Photo courtesy of Mike's Music

The singers for the Ultimate Oldies Show, front (from left) are Suzie Stacey, Savannah Morris, Donna Rhodes Morris, Chandler Gill Weber and Lori Dial; rear (from left), Ryan Fisher, Sam Morris, Craig Morris, Shannon Freeman and Richie Williams. The show is this Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. in the historic Collins Theatre in downtown Paragould.

BY GARY EXELBY gexelby@paragoulddailypress.com
The 12th Ultimate Oldies Show is coming to the Collins Theatre this Friday and Saturday.
"It's music from the '50s, '60s and '70s," said Collins Theatre Foundation President Joe . . .

GMC wins close one over Lockeroom

Neal Denton / Baxter Bulletin

Paragould Glen Sain GMC's Devin Lipford tries to avoid a tag by Mountain Home's Tyler Guffey at third base during the opener of an American Legion doubleheader Tuesday night at Mountain Home.

By Neal Denton Special to the Daily Press
MOUNTAIN HOME -- For the fourth straight American Legion baseball meeting between Mountain Home and Paragould this season, the Glen Sain GMC team pulled out a close victory against the . . .

Haunted table trick

Gary Exelby / Daily Press

Alison Godfrey of Paragould assists magician Rocky Clements in the Haunted Table trick during his "Show of Wonders" at the Collins Theatre on Wednesday. Clements performed a morning show and a matinee at the Collins to close out this year's Summer Reading Program. Story Time resumes at the Greene County Public Library on July 24 at 10:30 a.m.

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