• News of Other Days

    Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on May 11, 1993.

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  • Woman flees doctor stitching arm

    Transported from Sharp County with wounds suffered in a domestic disturbance, a Batesville woman reportedly cursed medical personnel and tried to flee as her wounds were being treated at a local hospital Wednesday night. Deputy Andrew Rogers responded to the emergency room of White River …

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  • BHS alumnus named scholar

    A 2006 Batesville High School graduate has been named a Grattan scholar by Provost Dr Patrick Prendergast of Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, according to a news release. Sara Mitchell has been named an inaugural scholars in honor of Irish statesman Henry Grattan (1746-1820), a …

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  • Election 2012 – Batesville City Council (Ward 3, Position 2)

    Editor’s note: The Batesville Daily Guard is publishing a series of articles profiling viewpoints of candidates in local races. The election is Nov. 6.   Incumbent Paige Hubbard is being challenged for her Ward 3, Position 2 seat on the Batesville City Council by Phyllis …

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  • Woman says she wanted to sell gasoline to buy food

    A Batesville woman told officers she filled a plastic drum with more than $200 in fuel at a gas station in Cushman so she could sell it to buy food, but all 49-year-old Donita Mason of 115 Country Lane has profited from is a date …

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  • Downtown Halloween event set

    The Fun and Safe Halloween will be held in downtown Batesville from 5-7 p.m. Oct. 31, said Main Street Batesville executive director Paula Grimes. She encourages everyone to bring the kids and grandkids downtown for trick-or-treating, courtesy of the local merchants. “It’s a great avenue …

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  • Woman resists arrest, fights jail staff

    A Batesville woman who had knives and a throwing star on her person was arrested Saturday after allegedly throwing things at passing cars and then refusing to submit to an officer. Rebecca Rawson, 27, of 1610 College Ave., has been charged with resisting arrest, disorderly …

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  • Talk to be about breast cancer

    CAVE CITY — Carey Markum will be the guest speaker for the regular meeting of the Cave City Kiwanis Club which meets at noon Thursday in the Cave City Community Center, according to a news release. She will be speaking about breast cancer. Markum is …

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  • Lyon to host speaker as part of Japan series

    Lynne K. Miyake, professor of Asian languages and literature and coordinator of the Japanese section at Pomona College in California, will speak at 7 p.m. Thursday in Derby Lecture Hall as part of the college’s Japan lecture series. She received a bachelor’s degree from the …

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  • Ind. Co. Library website announces update

    The Independence County Library is now providing jobs and career resources on its website, according to a news release. To locate the information, go to its website at www.indcolib.com and select “Jobs and Career Resources” from the menu. For more information call the library at …

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  • River access near Bethesda to be dedicated

    BETHESDA — The dedication of the new Robert Gray Miller White River Access near Bethesda is set for 2 p.m. Sunday to officially open the area, said Keith Stephens, public information coordinator for the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. The east side of Pool 2 …

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  • Lyon hosts international students

    Lyon College junior Grainne Byrne is thousands of miles from her Ireland home, but she is adapting well to her new Arkansas one. Byrne is one of 29 international students from 17 different countries attending classes at Lyon College this year. The college has students …

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