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Benton County Officials Ponder Ambulance Issue

Posted: February 13, 2014 at 5 a.m.

County officials were at a loss about how to proceed on the rural ambulance service issue in the wake of Tuesday’s rejection by voters of a funding plan.

At A Glance

How They Voted

Benton County voters cast their ballots in 15 polling places in Tuesday’s election on rural ambulance service.

Polling Place * For * Against

Gravette Civic Center * 47 * 498

Monte Ne Baptist Church * 61 * 131

Prairie Creek Community Center * 274 * 296

Total Life Community Center * 105 * 224

Siloam Springs Community Building * 137 * 176

Cave Springs Community Building * 36 * 144

Centerton Fire House * 22 * 37

Hiwasse Fire Station Community Building * 24 * 52

Bella Vista Church of Christ * 71 * 74

First Baptist Church of Pea Ridge * 43 * 174

Bentonville Church of Christ * 29 * 61

Cornerstone Assembly of God * 25 * 52

Bland Chapel (Rocky Branch) * 185 * 192

Lowell First Baptist Church * 25 * 126

Hickory Creek Fire Station * 50 * 109

Source: Benton County Election Commission

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