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  • Board approves raises, projects

    Employees of the Batesville School District are getting a raise. The Batesville School Board Monday night approved two raises, the first being a 3-percent, across-the-board raise for all classified (non-licensed) employees, which includes secretaries, custodians, bus drivers, cooks, etc. The second raise is an increase …

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  • How does your garden grow?

    Dirty fingernails likely don’t raise eyebrows when Eli Skelton, Nathan Stanfield and Kanyon Wilson get home from school. After all when there’s lettuce, spinach, spearmint, tomatoes, cucumbers and snow peas to tend to, dirt is just part of the job at the Eagle Mountain Magnet …

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  • Lyon’s writer-in-residence to retire

    In 1990, Dr. Virginia Wray told Andrea Hollander how Lyon College needed a professor for an evening program, lamenting Hollander’s lacking a master’s degree. To Wray’s surprise, Hollander did, in fact, have a master’s degree — in Comparative Literature, no less. And so Hollander’s 21 …

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  • Pesticide training is Thursday

    The next farm pesticide applicator training meeting will begin at 10 a.m. Thursday in the Independence County Extension Office, said Extension Agent Stan Carter. “This is the class that qualifies farmers for a State Plant Board license to buy restricted pesticides,” he said. “There is …

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  • Free mammograms, Pap tests offered

    The Independence County Health Unit in Batesville is offering access to free mammograms and Pap tests to qualifying uninsured women through BreastCare. More than 52,000 women in Arkansas qualify for these potentially life-saving tests. According to American Cancer Society estimates, approximately 40,000 women in the …

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  • No charges filed after stolen pickup found

    A stolen automobile belonging to Robert McBride of Batesville was recovered less than 24 hours after it was stolen, according to a report by deputies Phillip Pickett and Aaron Moody. Pickett took a report from McBride on Saturday that a non-operative 1998 Ford Ranger pickup …

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  • Arrest made after man calls 911 requesting bag transport

    A Batesville man was arrested Sunday morning and charged with communicating a false alarm, according to a report from the Independence County Sheriff’s Office. According to Deputy Gene Davis, a man called 911 around 7 a.m. and said he needed an officer to transport a …

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  • Missing man’s body found

    NEWPORT — The body of a missing man was discovered late Monday night by Jackson County authorities, according to a news release. Oscar E. “Pete” Guinn Jr., 83, had been reported missing by family at 9:47 p.m. when he had failed to come home from …

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  • Drug charges filed in Cleburne

    HEBER SPRINGS — Narcotics investigators and detectives from the Cleburne County Sheriff’s office made a traffic stop on McJester Road in Cleburne County on May 14, finding numerous articles of drug paraphernalia as well as a substances believed to be methamphetamine and marijuana, said Sheriff …

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  • Dollar General Foundation awards grants

    Goodlettsville, Tenn. — The Dollar General Literacy Foundation announced the award of $824.65 to Arkansas Sheriffs’ Youth Ranches Inc. in Batesville to support literacy programs. “At Dollar General, we are passionate about our mission of ‘Serving Others’ throughout the communities we serve,” said Rick Dreiling, …

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  • Local archers qualify for world tournament – Gina Mishark notches top score

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Eagle Mountain Magnet’s Gina Mishark finished in first place in the elementary division of the National Archery Tournament in Louisville, Ky., said Coach Susan Parker. “She scored a 292 out of 300,” Parker said. “This was the highest score in the elementary …

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  • Back to back regional champions prepare for state trap competition

    The Batesville Pioneer Clay Commanders, a local senior division Arkansas youth Shooting Sports Program squad, is preparing for the state trap shooting tournament to be held June 1 at the Remington Gun Club in Lonoke, according to a press release. The squad took first place …

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