• WRHS: Private Option helping people

    The Arkansas Private Option uses federal Medicaid dollars to purchase health insurance for families with income less than 138 percent of the federal poverty level ($31,000 for a family of four). These families, approximately 250,000 Arkansans, were previously unable to obtain affordable insurance or qualify …

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  • Survivor, family celebrate at Race for the Cure

    PLEASANT PLAINS — Shelly Duncan doesn’t have time for cancer. She teaches kindergarten, is a wife and mother, a daughter and sister, coaches her daughter’s teams, works on countless school projects, and goes to church. One year ago, she heard the doctor say the word …

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  • Council resolves to fight incorporation

    Batesville and Southside continue to oppose the other’s plan to make Southside a city, either part of one or by itself. Tuesday night, the Batesville City Council and Mayor Rick Elumbaugh had a large audience made up of several Southside residents upset over the city’s …

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  • Tip leads police to woman

    MELBOURNE — Beth Dickerson had a lot to say on her ride to jail. Izard County Sheriff Tate Lawrence said Dickerson was chatting away while she was being transported from Baxter County where she was apprehended Monday afternoon, but most of it wasn’t making any …

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  • ‘Clash’ woes continue – Terrell charged with manslaughter following DWI crash in May

    ASH FLAT — Playing like you are taking the law in your own hands and living by the code of the hills for a television show has resulted in numerous real arrests for cast members during the past year. The latest charges one of the …

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  • Oktoberfest to feature antiques, crafts

    Main Street Batesville will kick off its annual Oktoberfest celebration with an antiques, crafts and artisan festival from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. Crafts, antiques and food vendors will be set up as well as a bouncy house for children, and downtown merchants will …

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  • Charges filed in phone theft

    Formal charges of breaking and entering and theft of property have been filed against Nicole M. Shands, 37, of Sulphur Rock. Shands was arrested at a Batesville football game Saturday night for theft of a cellphone from a vehicle parked at local dollar store earlier …

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  • Fall harvest food/coat drive to be held by football moms

    The Lyon College Football Moms group will host a fall harvest food drive and winter coat drive from noon to 4 p.m. at the Lyon College homecoming game at Pioneer Stadium. The event will benefit the Batesville community, Lyon College students and the Arkansas Sheriffs’ …

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  • ‘Barn Raisin’ Hoedown’ set

    Batesville Community Theatre will produce a “Barn-raisin’ Hoedown” fund raising event at 7 p.m. Saturday at Fellowship Bible Church, located in the Landers Theatre on Main Street in Batesville. The show will have all types of country music and comedy acts. Danny Dozier, Mike Foster …

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  • UACCB board to meet

    The University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville Board of Visitors quarterly meeting will be at 4 p.m. Thursday in Independence Hall, Room 140W. Agenda items include recognition of new employees, reports by personnel, enrollment update, discussion of the new cosmetology building being constructed on …

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  • FEMA seeks participation in earthquake drill

    More than 40 U.S. states are at risk of an earthquake — yet fewer than 1 in 3 adults participated in an earthquake drill within the past year, according to a recent survey by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. To increase earthquake preparedness, FEMA encourages …

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  • Magness eyes Newark deal

    MAGNESS — The Magness City Council will meet at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Magness City Hall to discuss a water maintenance agreement with Newark.

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