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  • Bids for project to be opened

    PLEASANT PLAINS — Bids for an expansion of the Pleasant Plains Volunteer Fire Station will be opened when the city council meets at 7 tonight in the city hall, said Mayor Rick Siler. Two companies interested in the project previously asked for bid packets, Siler …

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  • Following in His footsteps – Local couple return from trip to Holy Land

    The Gates of Hell are at an entrance to a cave. The famous Jordan River is about the size of Salado Creek and people can’t actually swim in the Dead Sea. Believers Community Church’s pastor, David Insell, and wife Kathy found these facts out on …

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  • Oil pipeline runs through Independence County

    The Pegasus pipeline that carries crude oil from Patoka, Ill. to Nederland, Texas, which ruptured last week near Mayflower, enters Independence County near its northeast corner, crosses the White River near Magness, comes within about a mile of Salado Creek and goes through Pleasant Plains …

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  • Attorney questions school tax proposal

    A little over two months ago Batesville School District Superintendent Randy Willison proposed to the school board that they seek a millage tax increase designated for school safety. This was in response to the Newtown, Conn., school shooting. At the time of the announcement long-time …

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  • Volunteers needed to assist in search for girl

    WALNUT RIDGE — The Walnut Ridge Police Department and Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office are organizing more volunteer searches today and Saturday for missing teen Sidney Randall. “Volunteers are asked to arrive at the Walnut Ridge Police Department between 8 and 10 a.m. to sign up,” …

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  • Shoplifting arrest made for bar code changes

    A Brewer Hill Road man was arrested Wednesday afternoon for allegedly changing the bar codes on numerous products at the Batesville Walmart store. Store personnel told police they observed Jason William Laden, 37, accompanied by an unidentified woman, going through the store selecting items and …

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  • SUV reported stolen

    A Batesville woman reported her 2004 silver Buick Rendezvous stolen Wednesday after her mother-in-law discovered her apartment broken into when going to check her mail. Twenty-six-year-old Megan Dimango of 1655 N. Hill St. told officers that her mother-in-law went to her apartment and noticed it …

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  • Warrant issued in theft case

    A Montgomery County woman currently wanted for parole violations is now wanted by local authorities for theft by receiving, according to an Independence County court affidavit. Independence County Sheriff’s Detective Mike Mundy said that in the latter part of March Deputy Andy Rogers took a …

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  • Range board discusses revenue, expansion

    Although finances are better than expected at the present time, the board of the Independence County Shooting Sports Complex knows that will not be the case later in the season. Range manager Terrill Gregg told the board in its regular meeting Wednesday that revenue for …

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  • Compassionate Friends to meet

    The Compassionate Friends, North Central Arkansas chapter, will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Citizens Bank Annex, 285 College Ave., Batesville. The Compassionate Friends is a national nonprofit, self-help support organization for bereaved parents, grandparents and siblings. There is no religious affiliation and no …

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  • Library to have book sale

    The Lyon College Mabee-Simpson Library book sale will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 13 and 14 and after the 9 a.m. Iona Service until midnight April 15. Hardbacks will be $3 each; two for $5 or four for $10. Paperbacks, children, …

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  • Meeting planned regarding European trip

    Ashley Walker, Arkansas’ 2004 U.S. Department of Education American Star of Teaching and an English teacher at Batesville High School, will take a group of students to explore Europe during the 2014 summer vacation. The trip is open to local students entering 10th through 12th …

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