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Brown Funeral Home

2704 Commerce Circle
Pine Bluff, AR 71601
(501) 377-1817
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Forest Lawn

1208 South Blake Street
Pine Bluff, AR 71603
(870) 535-5577
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Fuller Funeral Services

2006 West 27th Avenue
Pine Bluff, AR 71603
(870) 536-8994
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Hale South Funeral Home Inc

1621 South Cherry Street
Pine Bluff, AR 71601
(870) 534-2120
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Henson Mortuary Inc

3804 West 14th Avenue
Pine Bluff, AR 71603
(870) 535-0635
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Miller Funeral Home

204 East 2nd Avenue
Pine Bluff, AR 71601
(870) 535-1012
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Perry Funeral Home Inc

1401 West 2nd Avenue
Pine Bluff, AR 71601
(870) 535-2131
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Progressive Burial Association

2704 Commerce Circle
Pine Bluff, AR 71601
(870) 534-3210
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Robinson Adam B Jr Funeral Director

1400 West 46th Avenue
Pine Bluff, AR 71603
(870) 536-5204
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Robinson Scott Funeral Director

606 Greenbriar Drive
Pine Bluff, AR 71603
(870) 540-0546
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Roselawn Funeral Service and Crematory

10851 Highway 63
Pine Bluff, AR 71603
(870) 534-5300
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Jay Dickey, Arkansas Lawmaker Who Blocked Gun Research, Dies at 77 - New York Times

Monday, May 01, 2017

Mr. Dickey told National Public Radio in 2015. “And I think it’s a shame that we haven’t.”His son Ted said he died from complications of Parkinson’s disease in Pine Bluff, Ark., the city where he had been born.Jay Woodson Dickey Jr. was born on Dec. 14, 1939, to Jay and Margaret Dickey. His father was a lawyer.He attended Hendrix College in Arkansas and graduated from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville in 1961 with a bachelor’s degree. He earned a law degree there, too.His marriage to the former Betty Poole, who became the first woman to be named chief justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court, ended in divorce.Besides his son Ted, he is survived by another son, John; three daughters, Laura Dickey Campbell, Rachel Dickey Haithcoat and Cindy Pefferkorn McCormick; his sister, Barbara Dickey McCain; and 11 grandchildren.Mr. Dickey was a lawyer and a businessman — a franchisee of the Taco Bell and Baskin-Robbins fast-food chains — when he was elected to the first of four terms in the House of Representatives in 1992. He was the first Republican to represent the Fourth District in rural southwestern Arkansas since Reconstruction.In Congress, he was also a sponsor of an amendment barring the Health and Human Services Department from funding experiments that involved the destruction of a human embryo or the creation of a human embryo.His vote to impeach President Bill Clinton apparently did not sit well with constituents in his congressional district, where Mr. Clinton had been born and raised. Less than two years later, in 2000, Mr. Dickey was defeated in a bid for a fifth term.

SYLETTA RATLIFF - El Dorado News-Times

Monday, February 06, 2017

Stovall and Samelia James.  She was a former member of Morning Star Baptist Church #2. She taught communications at the University of Michigan. She later united with Kings HighwayBaptist Church in Pine Bluff, Arkansas.Syletta peacefully departed this life on Tuesday, January 31, 2017. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Sieluna Ratliff; and two sisters, Nettie and Birda Mae Reedy.Although her physical presence is no longer here; her memory will live in the hearts of her children: Beverly Wilson of Stone Mountain, GA, Marcus Ratliff of Stone Mountain, GA and James Ratliff of El Dorado, AR; sisters, Maggie Bland of Seattle, WA, Bee James of El Dorado, AR and Sammie Harrison of El Dorado, AR; and a brother, Charles James of Seattle, WA. She also leaves a other children; a host of grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.A service of celebration will be held at 11:00 a.m. On Tuesday, February 7,2017 at MorningStar Baptist Church#2 with Rev. Felton Burgie, officiating. Interment will be in Lott Burgie Cemetery. Visitation will be from 12:00p.m until 5:00p.m on Monday, February 6,2017 Services are under the direction of Sims Mortuary. Sign guestbook online at simsmortuary.com...

Deaths published Dec. 21, 2016 - Tulsa World

Monday, January 09, 2017

Haven Funeral Home Rose Chapel, Broken Arrow.Bozone, Jerry Warren, 74, died Tuesday. Services pending. Mark Griffith Westwood.Buck, Betty J., 86, Citgo accountant, formerly of Tulsa, died Tuesday in Pine Bluff, Ark. Service 2 p.m. Friday, Memorial Park Cemetery Chapel. Moore’s Rosewood.Dunne, J.J., 71, Tulsa Cable credit manager, died Friday. Memorial service 11 a.m. Thursday, Yale Avenue Christian Church. Moore’s Southlawn.Frost, Edna “Faye,” 84, retired from Fabricut, died Tuesday. Graveside service 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Memorial Park Cemetery. Moore’s Eastlawn.Harris, Janice M., 70, died Friday. Private family services. Kennedy-Midtown.Keith, Barbara June, 80, calligrapher, died Friday. Visitation 6-8 p.m. Thursday and service 2 p.m. Friday, both at Moore’s Eastlawn Funeral Home.Lantz, John Robert “Jack,” 92, printing company owner and veteran, died Sunday. Services pending. Gary Kelley’s Add’Vantage.Mangels, Lori Ann, 55, homemaker, died Monday. Services pending. Schaudt’s.Pace, Ronald L. Sr., 73. carpenter, died Sunday. Graveside service 2 p.m. Friday, Osage Garden Cemetery, Skiatook. Peters-Stumpff.Phillips, Rose Marie, 67, accountant, died Saturday. Memorial service 10 a.m. Friday, Red Fork Baptist Church. Mark Griffith Westwood.Short, Richard, 69, volunteer state park supervisor, died Monday. Services pending. Moore’s Eastlawn.Smith, Nancy Josephine, 74, honors English teacher, died Monday. Services pending. Moore’s Southlaw...

Former Texas Rangers pitcher dies in Arkansas shooting - Fort Worth Star Telegram

Monday, January 02, 2017

Rangers, beginning in 1989. He was drafted by the club in the 11th round in 1986.Police said Barfield was fatally shot after an altercation with an acquaintance. William Goodman, 59, of Pine Bluff, is being held in the Pulaski County jail on preliminary charges of first-degree murder in connection with Barfield’s death, which has been classified as a homicide. Court records do not list an attorney for Goodman.The Rangers expressed shock and sadness in a statement.“[He] was a valuable contributor to the club’s bullpen and as a spot starter for the next two seasons [in 1990-91],” the statement read. “The thoughts and prayers of the Rangers’ organization are with Mr. Barfield’s family and friends at this very difficult time.”He had the kindest heart of any human I had ever known.Debra Hudson, Barfield’s sisterBarfield was a native of Pine Bluff and led his high school team to a state championship, then played at a community college in Missouri and at Oklahoma City University. He was drafted in the 11th round by the Rangers in 1986.He made his major league debut on Sept. 7, 1989, pitching a perfect inning of relief with two strikeouts against the Orioles. He was the sixth and final Rangers pitcher in an 8-3 loss, capping one of Nolan Ryan’s less successful outings. Barfield sturck out Phil Bradley and Bob Melvin, who is now the Oakland A’s manager...

Bonnie Bastian | 1927-2016 - Wyoming Tribune

Monday, November 28, 2016

Feb. 21, 1927, in Mahaska, Kan., daughter of Milford and Anna Gaston.Her family moved to the Lindbergh area in 1928. She attended the Golden Prairie School through 10th grade and graduated from Pine Bluffs High School in 1945.She married Theodore “Ben” Bastian on Sept. 5, 1945, at the First Presbyterian Church in Burns. She was a homemaker and lived on the family farm east of Burns until her death.Bonnie accepted the Lord as her savior when she was 4 years old at Bible school. She was a member of First Presbyterian Church of Burns and was their pianist for many years.  She also taught Sunday school and Bible school.Bonnie enjoyed many activities including square dancing, bridge and bowling.  She was also a member of the Red Hat Society, Sweet Adelines and Eastern Star, where she served as Worthy Matron in 1958.Bonnie and Ben traveled extensively. They wintered in Florida for many years, where they developed many close friendships.Bonnie is survived by her husband; three children, Ted Bastian (Jeanette) of Burns, Suzanne Smith of Cheyenne and Jeff Bastian (Gloria) of Garland, Texas; five grandchildren, Curt Bastian (Concitta) of Burns, Lori Romsa (Scott) of Burns, Mike Smith (Stephanie Irwin) of Wellington, Colo., Robin Lockman (Rex) of Cheyenn...

Rose Bulot - Palladium-Item

Monday, November 14, 2016

Rose BulotRose BulotRichmond, Indiana - Rose Bulot 72 of Richmond passed away unexpectedly at her home November 8, 2016. She was born November 6, 1944 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas to Laura Mae Harrell Renfro and lived in Gretna, Louisiana before moving to Richmond 24 years ago.She worked at Imperial products and was a member of Central Baptist Church.She is survived by her daughter Marie A. Bulot of Richmond, three grandchildren Stanley Fairchild Jr., Jessica Holland, Bobby Holland, six great grandchildren and one great-great grandchild.She is preceded in death by her mother and father, her husband Lewis James Bulot who died in 1965, one son James Howard Bulot, one brother Claude Allen, one great granddaughter Sincere HollandServices will be 1PM Monday November 14, 2016 at Stegall-Berheide-Orr Funeral Home with Rev. John Maples officiating; burial will be in Earlham Cemetery. Friends may call from 11:00AM to 1:00PM Monday at the funeral home. Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.stegallberheideorr.comRead or Share this story: http://pinews.co/2fmq4Ve...

This Week in History - Cleveland Daily Banner

Monday, October 31, 2016

Cleveland Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock by private plane, according to a statement made today by P.B. Abel, a member of the Cleveland Bear, Boar and Deer Hunters Club.Pearson, of Pine Bluff, Ark., has appeared internationally in outdoor movies and in archery exhibitions. His skills have led to wide fame. He will hunt bear and boar as a guest of the local club while in this area, Abel stated. The party will leave Sunday afternoon for Tellico Plains for a two-day hunt.Abel operates a hardware and sporting goods store at Five Points and handles sporting equipment made by a firm headed by Pearson and bearing his name. All area sports enthusiasts are invited to see two exiting color films with sound at the new YMCA building tonight at 7:30.The movies will star Pearson and Howard hill, another top archer. The films are entitled “The Arrow is for Lion” and “Hunting Boar, Rabbit, Gar and Goat.”L.J. McCool, an expert archer with the Pearson firm, is in town today and will give an archery exhibition following the movies. He is at the Abel store today until 6 p.m.———Is Your Family Worth $30? For $30 and a little hard work, America’s foremost authority on radiation and fallout, the Nobel prize winning scientist, Prof. Willard F. Libby, built himself a practical shelter from fallout.Do you want to invest that much on behalf of your family and your country? See Professor Libby’s articles on “You Can Survive Atomic Attack,” appearing in this newspaper daily, and write for his complete 50-cent booklet on the subject. The series starts Nov. 6.———Military News:Ernest W. Eaves, fireman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Eaves of Route 2, McDonald, is serving aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Ranger which arrived in Yokosuka, Japan, on Oct. 23 for a 14-day visit. Since the Ranger joined the powerful Seventh Fleet in the Western Pacific in September, it has visited such Japanese cities as Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto and Nagasaki.Airman Third Class Donald R. Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thomas of Providence, Ky., is being assigned to McClellan AFB, Calif., following his graduation from the technical training course for aircraft engine mechanics at Sheppard AFB, Tex. He is married to the former Judy L. Green of 1816 Forrest Ridge Drive, Cleveland.———A record chill hits area, with frost again tonight.Arctic air moved southward into the Cleveland area early today bringing a record chill with it. However, the “cold wave” may be short lived, weather observers believe. Nashville’s low during the night was 26.7 degrees and Crossville had a cold of 22. It was 29 at Knoxville and 21 here in Cleveland. Our 21 was the lowest in the state. Frost coatings were fairly general over the state.Tonight will be fair and not as cold, but frost is likely again. Saturday will be mostly sunny and warmer. Little or no rain is expected during the next five days. The high here Thursday was 65 and today’s noon temperature was 54 degrees.

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Jay Dickey, Arkansas Lawmaker Who Blocked Gun Research, Dies at 77 - New York Times

Monday, May 01, 2017

Mr. Dickey told National Public Radio in 2015. “And I think it’s a shame that we haven’t.”His son Ted said he died from complications of Parkinson’s disease in Pine Bluff, Ark., the city where he had been born.Jay Woodson Dickey Jr. was born on Dec. 14, 1939, to Jay and Margaret Dickey. His father was a lawyer.He attended Hendrix College in Arkansas and graduated from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville in 1961 with a bachelor’s degree. He earned a law degree there, too.His marriage to the former Betty Poole, who became the first woman to be named chief justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court, ended in divorce.Besides his son Ted, he is survived by another son, John; three daughters, Laura Dickey Campbell, Rachel Dickey Haithcoat and Cindy Pefferkorn McCormick; his sister, Barbara Dickey McCain; and 11 grandchildren.Mr. Dickey was a lawyer and a businessman — a franchisee of the Taco Bell and Baskin-Robbins fast-food chains — when he was elected to the first of four terms in the House of Representatives in 1992. He was the first Republican to represent the Fourth District in rural southwestern Arkansas since Reconstruction.In Congress, he was also a sponsor of an amendment barring the Health and Human Services Department from funding experiments that involved the destruction of a human embryo or the creation of a human embryo.His vote to impeach President Bill Clinton apparently did not sit well with constituents in his congressional district, where Mr. Clinton had been born and raised. Less than two years later, in 2000, Mr. Dickey was defeated in a bid for a fifth term.

SYLETTA RATLIFF - El Dorado News-Times

Monday, February 06, 2017

Stovall and Samelia James.  She was a former member of Morning Star Baptist Church #2. She taught communications at the University of Michigan. She later united with Kings HighwayBaptist Church in Pine Bluff, Arkansas.Syletta peacefully departed this life on Tuesday, January 31, 2017. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Sieluna Ratliff; and two sisters, Nettie and Birda Mae Reedy.Although her physical presence is no longer here; her memory will live in the hearts of her children: Beverly Wilson of Stone Mountain, GA, Marcus Ratliff of Stone Mountain, GA and James Ratliff of El Dorado, AR; sisters, Maggie Bland of Seattle, WA, Bee James of El Dorado, AR and Sammie Harrison of El Dorado, AR; and a brother, Charles James of Seattle, WA. She also leaves a other children; a host of grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.A service of celebration will be held at 11:00 a.m. On Tuesday, February 7,2017 at MorningStar Baptist Church#2 with Rev. Felton Burgie, officiating. Interment will be in Lott Burgie Cemetery. Visitation will be from 12:00p.m until 5:00p.m on Monday, February 6,2017 Services are under the direction of Sims Mortuary. Sign guestbook online at simsmortuary.com...

Deaths published Dec. 21, 2016 - Tulsa World

Monday, January 09, 2017

Haven Funeral Home Rose Chapel, Broken Arrow.Bozone, Jerry Warren, 74, died Tuesday. Services pending. Mark Griffith Westwood.Buck, Betty J., 86, Citgo accountant, formerly of Tulsa, died Tuesday in Pine Bluff, Ark. Service 2 p.m. Friday, Memorial Park Cemetery Chapel. Moore’s Rosewood.Dunne, J.J., 71, Tulsa Cable credit manager, died Friday. Memorial service 11 a.m. Thursday, Yale Avenue Christian Church. Moore’s Southlawn.Frost, Edna “Faye,” 84, retired from Fabricut, died Tuesday. Graveside service 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Memorial Park Cemetery. Moore’s Eastlawn.Harris, Janice M., 70, died Friday. Private family services. Kennedy-Midtown.Keith, Barbara June, 80, calligrapher, died Friday. Visitation 6-8 p.m. Thursday and service 2 p.m. Friday, both at Moore’s Eastlawn Funeral Home.Lantz, John Robert “Jack,” 92, printing company owner and veteran, died Sunday. Services pending. Gary Kelley’s Add’Vantage.Mangels, Lori Ann, 55, homemaker, died Monday. Services pending. Schaudt’s.Pace, Ronald L. Sr., 73. carpenter, died Sunday. Graveside service 2 p.m. Friday, Osage Garden Cemetery, Skiatook. Peters-Stumpff.Phillips, Rose Marie, 67, accountant, died Saturday. Memorial service 10 a.m. Friday, Red Fork Baptist Church. Mark Griffith Westwood.Short, Richard, 69, volunteer state park supervisor, died Monday. Services pending. Moore’s Eastlawn.Smith, Nancy Josephine, 74, honors English teacher, died Monday. Services pending. Moore’s Southlaw...

Former Texas Rangers pitcher dies in Arkansas shooting - Fort Worth Star Telegram

Monday, January 02, 2017

Rangers, beginning in 1989. He was drafted by the club in the 11th round in 1986.Police said Barfield was fatally shot after an altercation with an acquaintance. William Goodman, 59, of Pine Bluff, is being held in the Pulaski County jail on preliminary charges of first-degree murder in connection with Barfield’s death, which has been classified as a homicide. Court records do not list an attorney for Goodman.The Rangers expressed shock and sadness in a statement.“[He] was a valuable contributor to the club’s bullpen and as a spot starter for the next two seasons [in 1990-91],” the statement read. “The thoughts and prayers of the Rangers’ organization are with Mr. Barfield’s family and friends at this very difficult time.”He had the kindest heart of any human I had ever known.Debra Hudson, Barfield’s sisterBarfield was a native of Pine Bluff and led his high school team to a state championship, then played at a community college in Missouri and at Oklahoma City University. He was drafted in the 11th round by the Rangers in 1986.He made his major league debut on Sept. 7, 1989, pitching a perfect inning of relief with two strikeouts against the Orioles. He was the sixth and final Rangers pitcher in an 8-3 loss, capping one of Nolan Ryan’s less successful outings. Barfield sturck out Phil Bradley and Bob Melvin, who is now the Oakland A’s manager...

Bonnie Bastian | 1927-2016 - Wyoming Tribune

Monday, November 28, 2016

Feb. 21, 1927, in Mahaska, Kan., daughter of Milford and Anna Gaston.Her family moved to the Lindbergh area in 1928. She attended the Golden Prairie School through 10th grade and graduated from Pine Bluffs High School in 1945.She married Theodore “Ben” Bastian on Sept. 5, 1945, at the First Presbyterian Church in Burns. She was a homemaker and lived on the family farm east of Burns until her death.Bonnie accepted the Lord as her savior when she was 4 years old at Bible school. She was a member of First Presbyterian Church of Burns and was their pianist for many years.  She also taught Sunday school and Bible school.Bonnie enjoyed many activities including square dancing, bridge and bowling.  She was also a member of the Red Hat Society, Sweet Adelines and Eastern Star, where she served as Worthy Matron in 1958.Bonnie and Ben traveled extensively. They wintered in Florida for many years, where they developed many close friendships.Bonnie is survived by her husband; three children, Ted Bastian (Jeanette) of Burns, Suzanne Smith of Cheyenne and Jeff Bastian (Gloria) of Garland, Texas; five grandchildren, Curt Bastian (Concitta) of Burns, Lori Romsa (Scott) of Burns, Mike Smith (Stephanie Irwin) of Wellington, Colo., Robin Lockman (Rex) of Cheyenn...

Rose Bulot - Palladium-Item

Monday, November 14, 2016

Rose BulotRose BulotRichmond, Indiana - Rose Bulot 72 of Richmond passed away unexpectedly at her home November 8, 2016. She was born November 6, 1944 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas to Laura Mae Harrell Renfro and lived in Gretna, Louisiana before moving to Richmond 24 years ago.She worked at Imperial products and was a member of Central Baptist Church.She is survived by her daughter Marie A. Bulot of Richmond, three grandchildren Stanley Fairchild Jr., Jessica Holland, Bobby Holland, six great grandchildren and one great-great grandchild.She is preceded in death by her mother and father, her husband Lewis James Bulot who died in 1965, one son James Howard Bulot, one brother Claude Allen, one great granddaughter Sincere HollandServices will be 1PM Monday November 14, 2016 at Stegall-Berheide-Orr Funeral Home with Rev. John Maples officiating; burial will be in Earlham Cemetery. Friends may call from 11:00AM to 1:00PM Monday at the funeral home. Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.stegallberheideorr.comRead or Share this story: http://pinews.co/2fmq4Ve...

This Week in History - Cleveland Daily Banner

Monday, October 31, 2016

Cleveland Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock by private plane, according to a statement made today by P.B. Abel, a member of the Cleveland Bear, Boar and Deer Hunters Club.Pearson, of Pine Bluff, Ark., has appeared internationally in outdoor movies and in archery exhibitions. His skills have led to wide fame. He will hunt bear and boar as a guest of the local club while in this area, Abel stated. The party will leave Sunday afternoon for Tellico Plains for a two-day hunt.Abel operates a hardware and sporting goods store at Five Points and handles sporting equipment made by a firm headed by Pearson and bearing his name. All area sports enthusiasts are invited to see two exiting color films with sound at the new YMCA building tonight at 7:30.The movies will star Pearson and Howard hill, another top archer. The films are entitled “The Arrow is for Lion” and “Hunting Boar, Rabbit, Gar and Goat.”L.J. McCool, an expert archer with the Pearson firm, is in town today and will give an archery exhibition following the movies. He is at the Abel store today until 6 p.m.———Is Your Family Worth $30? For $30 and a little hard work, America’s foremost authority on radiation and fallout, the Nobel prize winning scientist, Prof. Willard F. Libby, built himself a practical shelter from fallout.Do you want to invest that much on behalf of your family and your country? See Professor Libby’s articles on “You Can Survive Atomic Attack,” appearing in this newspaper daily, and write for his complete 50-cent booklet on the subject. The series starts Nov. 6.———Military News:Ernest W. Eaves, fireman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Eaves of Route 2, McDonald, is serving aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Ranger which arrived in Yokosuka, Japan, on Oct. 23 for a 14-day visit. Since the Ranger joined the powerful Seventh Fleet in the Western Pacific in September, it has visited such Japanese cities as Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto and Nagasaki.Airman Third Class Donald R. Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thomas of Providence, Ky., is being assigned to McClellan AFB, Calif., following his graduation from the technical training course for aircraft engine mechanics at Sheppard AFB, Tex. He is married to the former Judy L. Green of 1816 Forrest Ridge Drive, Cleveland.———A record chill hits area, with frost again tonight.Arctic air moved southward into the Cleveland area early today bringing a record chill with it. However, the “cold wave” may be short lived, weather observers believe. Nashville’s low during the night was 26.7 degrees and Crossville had a cold of 22. It was 29 at Knoxville and 21 here in Cleveland. Our 21 was the lowest in the state. Frost coatings were fairly general over the state.Tonight will be fair and not as cold, but frost is likely again. Saturday will be mostly sunny and warmer. Little or no rain is expected during the next five days. The high here Thursday was 65 and today’s noon temperature was 54 degrees.