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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Tuesday's open line

Posted By on Tue, Jun 15, 2010 at 5:04 PM

It's here.


NEWS NOTE: The State Police have released the final list of 20 victims of the flash flooding that hit the Albert Pike campground on the Little Missouri River last Friday. The list follows.

ANTHONY SMITH, 30 years of age, Gloster, LA
KATELYNN SMITH, 2 years of age, Gloster, LA
JOEY SMITH, 5 years of age, Gloster, LA
SHANE BASINGER, 34 years of age, Shreveport, LA
KINSLEY BASINGER, 6 years of age, Shreveport, LA
ROBERT LEE SHUMAKE, 68 years of age, DeKalb, TX
NIC SHUMAKE, 8 years of age, DeKalb, TX
SHERI WADE, 46 years of age, Ashdown, AR
ERIC SCHULTZ, 38 years of age, Nash, TX
BRUCE ROEDER, 51 years of age, Luling, LA
KAY ROEDER, 69 years of age, Luling, LA
DEBBIE ROEDER, 52 years of age, Luling, LA
GAYBLE Y. MOSS, 7 years of age, Texarkana, TX
KYLEE SULLIVAN, 6 years of age, Texarkana, TX
LESLIE JEZ, 23 years of age, Foreman, AR
KADEN JEZ, 3 years of age, Foreman, AR
DEBRA McMASTER, 43 years of age, Hope, AR
JULIE FREEMAN, 53 years of age, Texarkana, TX
WILENE SHUMAKE, 67 years of age, DeKalb, TX
JADYN BASINGER, 8 years of age, Shreveport, LA

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