• News of Other Days

    Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on May 3, 1995.

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  • State park ready for Ghosts of Davidsonville festival

    POCAHONTAS — The Ghosts of Davidsonville Fall Festival will be from 4 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Davidsonville Historic State Park, located at 7953 Highway 166 South in Pocahontas. Entry fees are $3 for adults and $2 for children ages 6 to 12 and adults …

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  • Cushman Class of 1964

    The annual Cushman Alumni Dinner, to be held tonight at the Cushman Community Center, is  for all former students, spouses, teachers and friends. A meal will be catered by John 3: 16. Those in the class photograph of the 50-year graduating class (Class of 1964) …

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  • Ask A Master Gardener: Pruning a butterfly bush, Lady’s mantle, cactus cuttings

    Can you prune a butterfly bush, and if so, when and how do you do it? Butterfly bush (genus Buddleia) is an extremely hardy shrub and can be pruned almost any time of year. Here in Arkansas, the Cooperative Extension Service recommends pruning in late …

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  • Rice cook-off announced

    WEINER — The 2014 Riceland Rice Cook-Off, an official event of the Arkansas Rice Festival, will be Saturday at Weiner Christian Church, located at 321 W. Second St. in Weiner. Recipes may be entered in six divisions — hors d’oeuvres, salads, breads, vegetables, main dishes …

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  • Judge removes Greenwood annexation from ballot

    GREENWOOD (AP) — A Sebastian County judge has removed from the ballot a plan to annex several tracts of property into Greenwood. Two lawsuits were filed over the annexation proposals, which would have added areas north and west of Greenwood into the city. The lawsuits …

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  • 11 hurt in school bus wreck

    BONO (AP) — Craighead County authorities say a Bono man faces a drunken driving charge after he hit a school bus and sent eight students to the hospital with minor injuries. The Craighead County Sheriff’s office arrested the 22-year-old man on Thursday. He faces charges …

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  • Man pleads not guilty in child porn case

    GASSVILLE (AP) — A north Arkansas man has pleaded not guilty to six counts of receiving and possessing child pornography. Mark Breitenstein, 30, of Gassville entered the pleas in federal court. He is charged with five counts of receiving visual depictions of child pornography and …

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  • ‘Perfect Peace’ author to appear in Newport

    LITTLE ROCK — “Perfect Peace,” an award-winning novel by Daniel Omotosho Black, is the selection for the 2014 statewide reading program called If All Arkansas Read the Same Book. Arkansans are encouraged to read the book and participate in author events and book discussions at …

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  • Evergreen Art Expo crowd ‘standing room only’

    The Evergreen Art Expo 2014 brought in more than double than last year with one of the paintings selling for $1,000, according to Dana Dauzat, head of the art department and mental health paraprofessional at Alternative Opportunities (AO). The event was held in the newly …

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  • Boys’ fear of houseguest nets rape charges

    A Cave City man who spent the night at a Batesville residence is being charged with two counts of rape and two counts of sexual indecency after a couple of young boys claimed they had been molested. The affidavit for arrest charges 38-year-old Jeremy David …

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  • Alcohol tax puts $30K into coffers in 2014

    While the Arkansas Supreme Court is set to hear arguments today over a lawsuit challenging the alcohol amendment on the Nov. 4 ballot, Independence County already has a number of places that sells alcohol. And, in the Batesville city limits, those beverages are taxed. In …

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