• Annual candlelighting slated

    The Compassionate Friends will hold its annual Candlelighting and Memorial Tree Decorating Service at 4 p.m. Sunday at the White River Firefighters Training Center. This is the fourth year for TCF to have its event at the fire training center, which is located next to …

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  • ‘Run for the Kids’ set

    The third annual “Thirsty’s Run for the Kids” will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday in Eagle Mountain Plaza in Batesville. Admission is $10 or one unwrapped toy or non-perishable food item. Bikers who participate will leave the shopping center at 1 p.m. The event will …

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  • News of Other Days

    Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on June 30, 1995.

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  • Author to sign new book

    Author Ila Clements of Batesville will hold a book signing from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday at the Bread of Life bookstore at the Town Plaza Shopping Center, 1215 E. Main St., Batesville. Clements will be signing her eighth book, “My Compendium of Life,” …

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  • Subscription offered

    The Batesville Daily Guard is offering a month of free home delivery of the newspaper within our circulation area to newlyweds. To start delivery, drop by the Guard office at 258 W. Main St. in Batesville or call (870) 793-2383 or toll free 1 (800) …

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  • Owners hope to go on with holiday season

    The Lockhouse Orchestra had just finished its last song of the evening Saturday when sound man Michael Payne quietly approached the stage of Josie’s at the Lockhouse and alerted band member Sarah Roark to a fire in the attic. Soon, the band and the more …

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  • Trooper assigned

    Greg Tebbetts’ career was set in motion at an early age. From the time he was in Batesville High School until now, he has either been interested in or working in some area of law enforcement. Starting today, he officially hits the road as an …

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  • Cave City passes animal ordinance – Water well discussed

    CAVE CITY — The Cave City Council voted unanimously at its recent monthly meeting to approve a vicious animal ordinance. The ordinance governs all vicious animals, not just dogs and provides a definition of what constitutes a “vicious animal”; sets guidelines for determining when an …

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  • Photography ‘pay it forward’ giveaway announced

    Essence Photography has announced a “Pay It Forward” Christmas giveaway, and nominations are currently being accepted. Owner Amber Marshall said she will give away a special family Christmas shoot (valued at $300) to one family in need or one with a deserving story. Nominations may …

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  • ‘Came out kissing girls’: Fan recalls encounters with Elvis

    Elvis Presley had an effect on people, said long-time fan Butch Ketz, who shared his memories, photos and knowledge of Presley at the Batesville Rotary Club meeting last Monday. Ketz first saw the up-and-coming Presley in 1955 after his mother insisted he go to the …

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  • Preschool to host ‘Gingerbread Lane’

    The Batesville preschool will host “Gingerbread Lane,” a free activity for children and parents, at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the cafeteria at 1900 Lyon St. Each family will be able to decorate a gingerbread house and every child will receive a free book. Refreshments will …

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  • Bank promotes Beard to department manager

    Micah Beard has been promoted to the position of manager of Citizens Bank’s Batesville Loan Department, according to Phil Baldwin, bank president and CEO. While continuing in his role as senior vice president and senior commercial loan officer, Beard has assumed the additional duties of …

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