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  • Book signing set

    Newport — Dr. Hon K.Poon, general surgeon in the community for more than 30 years, will hold a book signing at the Harris Hospital community room from 1 to 3 p.m. Tuesday. “Journal Of A Country Surgeon” appears to be Dr. Pahn HanJi’s (Dr. Poon) …

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  • Free smoke detectors, fire extinguishers offered

    The Batesville Fire Department is offering free smoke detectors and fire extinguishers and will install them at no charge. This service is only available to residents in the city limits. The fire department received a $2,500 grant from State Farm to buy 516 smoke detectors …

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  • Creator of plastic gun has ties to Batesville

    Cody Wilson, who stunned the world the week before last by successfully test-firing a plastic firearm he designed and created on a 3-D printer and which fires ammunition made for traditional guns, is the grandson of two longtime Batesville couples. The gun is called ‘The …

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  • Two indicted

    Back in April when Independence County authorities made what they termed a major drug arrest, Sheriff Steve Jeffery said other indictments were expected. This morning, two more people were transported and handed over to federal authorities after federal indictments were handed down against them. Jeffery …

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  • Family doctors in short supply

    The Batesville area could see a shortage of family doctors in upcoming years, according to Dr. Mark Mengel, vice chancellor for area programs and executive director of regional programs for the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock. Mengel was the guest speaker …

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  • Man arrested in connection with rape of child

    WALNUT RIDGE — Three law enforcement agencies combined forces Wednesday to arrest a felony sex offender in Portia who was wanted in Missouri. Lawrence County Sheriff Jody Dotson said sheriff’s officers along with the Arkansas State Police and Black Rock police arrested Jerry Smith, 52, …

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  • Bank to give American flags

    For more than 200 years, the American flag has been the symbol of our nation’s strength and unity. It’s been a source of pride and inspiration for millions of citizens. “To show our American spirit, First Community Bank will be donating six 12-foot indoor American …

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  • Drug offer text reaches deputies

    WALNUT RIDGE — Talk about a wrong number. Lawrence County sheriff’s deputies arrested a 35-year-old Walnut Ridge man on multiple drug charges Wednesday after the man texted a local resident offering to sell the prescription drug Xanax. The resident called the sheriff’s office. Kenneth Askeland, …

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  • Ozarka College honors nursing graduates

    MELBOURNE — Practical Nursing graduates at Ozarka College were recently honored at capping and pinning ceremonies. Students and Ozarka campuses included: Ash Flat campus — Amy Abney, Jamie Daub, Jordan Foust, Lacy Garrett, Nathan Hill, Justin Jones, Cheryl Lee, Mary Beth Lee, Scott Martins, Malynda …

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  • Remembering the fallen

    Tuesday marked the 20th year to remember fallen comrades during the annual Sharp County Police Officers Memorial Day ceremony. To date, Jeff Richardson is the only name carved on the memorial outside the courthouse. Richardson was a Cave City police officer who died from injuries …

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  • Scholarship recipients announced

    Anthony Adams, Makayla Candler, Tanner McGuire, Dalina Perkey and Dyllen Wolfe were recently named 2013 recipients of Arkansas Eastman trust scholarships. The scholarship program was established in 1993 to encourage and assist Independence County area students pursuing math or science-related careers. Adams, son of Bert …

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  • Board to consider bids

    The Batesville School Board will consider several bids when it meets at 5:30 p.m. Monday at the Central Magnet Elementary cafeteria. The board will consider accepting bids from FieldTurf for $598,652 to replace the playing surface at Pioneer Stadium. It will also consider three bids …

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