• Deadline nears for G/T nominations

    SOUTHSIDE — The Southside School District gifted and talented program is currently accepting nominations for prospective students who demonstrate “an interaction of high intellect, creativity and motivation/task commitment,” according to a news release. Nominations will be accepted for students entering grades 4-12 during the 2014-15 …

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  • CPR, first aid classes offered

    The Healthcare Provider cardiopulmonary resuscitation class will be offered by Vital Link ambulance service from 2 to 6 p.m. Tuesday. The fee is $40. The Heartsaver CPR and first aid class will be offered from 6 to 10 p.m. Tuesday. The fee of $40 covers …

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  • Ozarka plans Drive 4 UR Community event

    MELBOURNE — Freedom Ford and Ozarka College will host a Drive 4 UR Community event to raise funds for Ozarka College Foundation at Ozarka College at Melbourne from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday. “We are so happy to be partnering again with Freedom Ford …

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  • News of Other Days

    Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on Oct. 27, 1994.

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  • Folk center holds story swap

    MOUNTAIN VIEW — Ozark Storytellers will hold its monthly story swap from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday in the White Oak Auditorium inside the Administration Building at the Ozark Folk Center, located at 1032 Park Ave. in Mountain View. Tellers are invited to bring stories …

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  • Ozarka employee conducts presentation

    MELBOURNE — Holly Ayers, division chair of math, science and education at Ozarka College, was selected to present at the sixth annual Redesign: Technology and Innovation in Mathematics Education conference in Charleston, S.C. “Faculty, administration and others working in higher education gather for discussion and …

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  • Principal: ‘lead by serving’ is crucial to student’s total development

    Batesville High School is fortunate to have 15 extracurricular clubs on campus. Most, if not all, include an element of service to others as a main component of their structure. The leadership and staff at BHS share the belief that this element is crucial to …

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  • Local child participates in research study

    Josh and Ronda Bryant had never even heard of Angelman Syndrome when their daughter, Macy, was diagnosed with it at 2 weeks old. But now they are becoming experts on the subject, participating in research studies and raising money to find a cure. Angelman Syndrome …

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  • Man found shot in chest

    Officers who were called to a shooting Wednesday morning got conflicting information on what actually took place. What they do know is that 73-year-old Gerald Meacham had a self-inflicted gunshot wound and they are still investigating whether it was an accident or an attempted suicide. …

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  • Chamber prepares for 5,000 visitors to area – Businesses asked to show hospitality

    Five thousand visitors are expected to come through Batesville the first weekend of May for the first ever Ian Kinsler Classic baseball tournament and Mark Martin  Fan Appreciation Day — and, according to Scott Sudduth from the Arkansas Hospitality Association Inc., it’s important for businesses …

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  • Counterfeit money reported; suspect sought

    More counterfeit money has turned up, this time, in the form of $5 instead of the more common $20 or $100. Independence County Sheriff’s Officer Michael Moody said he was called to Spring Valley Citgo Wednesday and was given the bogus bill. A video showed …

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  • ‘Branson On the Road’ coming to Batesville

    The University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville’s Performing Arts Series will have its final event for the 2013-14 season with Branson On the Road at 7 p.m. April 24 in Independence Hall. Doors will open at 6:30. Tickets are $10 and available at UACCB …

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