• School supplies to be given away

    NEWARK — Hazel Edwards Memorial United Methodist Church will host a back-to-school celebration with free school supplies, music and  entertainment beginning at 3 p.m. Saturday at the church located at Fourth and Locust streets. School supplies will be given away on a first-come basis until …

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  • ‘Voices That Change’ coming to Cash’s White River Theater

    MOUNTAIN VIEW — Michael Kelley will perform a show called “Voices That Change” at 7 p.m. Friday at Cash’s White River Theater, located at 507 Sylamore Ave. in Mountain View. Shows will be held at 7 p.m. every Friday and at 2 and 7 p.m. …

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  • AmeriCorps seeking to serve

    The Arkansas Service Commission, part of the Department of Human Services, Division of Community Service and Nonprofit Support, is looking for organizations that can use AmeriCorps members to effectively solve problems as identified in the Arkansas State Service Plan. AmeriCorps programs address disaster services, education, …

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  • Pleasant Hill hosting revival

    LYNN — Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist Church at Lynn is having revival services now through Friday with Scott Bourland as evangelist. Services are at 7 each night. The event is open to the public.

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  • Bus safety campaign announced

    LITTLE ROCK — With the start of a new school year days away, the Arkansas Department of Education is reminding people to “be aware, stay alert so kids don’t get hurt.” B.U.S. (Be aware. U stay alert. So kids don’t get hurt) Awareness is the …

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  • Sultry-voiced Lauren Bacall dies

    NEW YORK (AP) — Lauren Bacall was a movie star from almost her first moment on the silver screen. A fashion model and bit-part New York actress before moving to Hollywood at 19, Bacall achieved immediate fame in 1944 with one scene in her first …

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  • From Cedar Grove farm to Fan Hall of Fame: Canaan Sandy’s journey to healing

    With the advances in diagnostic technology, many families learn during pregnancy that their baby will be born with Down syndrome. That wasn’t the case for Ginger Sandy, mother of Canaan. She explains, “Canaan’s heart stopped beating during the birth process, and then he failed terribly …

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  • The North and the South: City could see growth with new ward

    Batesville officials are looking at growing the city, by expanding its limits to the south. When the Batesville City Council meets tonight, it will hear the first reading of an ordinance that would annex several neighborhoods south of the White River. If given the go-ahead …

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  • 10 counts of rape filed

    For years, Jeffery A.J. Treat got away with raping a young girl. Nearly 10 years later, he admitted it. Now, the 47-year-old man faces multiple counts over incidents that happened in the summer of 2005 in Independence County. The affidavit for arrest claims that the …

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  • Quorum court reverses April decision; Bad Boys gets money

    The second time was a charm for Bad Boy Mowers Inc. as a representative of the company and others were able to convince justices of the peace to grant another $300,000 to the company on Monday during the Independence County Quorum Court meeting. The economic …

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  • Rapist sentenced

    MELBOURNE — A Calico Rock man has been sentenced to prison for rape, according to Izard County Sheriff Tate Lawrence. William Winston Taylor, 43, was jailed following his sentencing in Izard County Circuit Court on Aug. 4. Taylor was sentenced to 16 years in the …

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  • Cord-Charlotte teacher fired

    CHARLOTTE — A Cord-Charlotte Elementary teacher will no longer be teaching second or any other grade at the Cedar Ridge School District after the Cedar Ridge School Board voted to terminate her contract Friday night. Ellen Harmon was hired by the district in 2005 but …

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