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  • Printing Press Cafe opens Tuesday

    CALICO ROCK — The Printing Press Café & Ice Cream Parlor will open May 5 on Main Street in Calico Rock and will be open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. The café is owned and operated by the Calico Rock Museum …

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  • Career Pathways receives additional funds

    MELBOURNE — Ozarka College has announced that additional funds have been granted by the Arkansas Department of Higher Education, and will be available for current program participants who are enrolled in summer classes. Career Pathways is a program that assists students who meet eligibility requirements …

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  • Guard seeks info for Progress edition

    The Batesville Daily Guard will again publish its Progress edition this summer. The edition is published every five years and offers updates made in the community, business and agriculture, public service and industry sectors — how they’ve grown, what’s new, what’s been updated, etc. To …

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  • Free lunch offered

    SOUTHSIDE — Southside Assembly of God will have a free community lunch from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. The church is located at 549 Heber Springs Road.

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  • Cotton, wife have baby boy

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Just a few months after taking office, freshman U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton has another new job to adjust to: dad. The Republican from Arkansas announced on Twitter Tuesday that his wife, Anna, gave birth to a baby boy, whom they named …

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  • Spring Fest is Saturday

    SEARCY — Pioneer Village in Searcy will hold its 15th annual Spring Fest Saturday and Sunday. Costumed guides will be on hand to assist with information and questions about the buildings. Those attending will hear the story of each building and how it is a …

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  • Area native earns award

    LITTLE ROCK — A former professor in Batesville was among those awarded at the Arkansas Historical Association’s 74th annual awards banquet held April 10 in West Memphis. Dr. Brooks Blevins, who is the Noel Boyd Associate Professor of History at Missouri State University and a …

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  • Re-enactors come to 150th anniversary

    PIGGOTT — The sights and sounds of the Civil War will come to life Saturday and Sunday when re-enactors wearing blue and gray uniforms will gather on the ground where many of their ancestors stood 150 years ago. The 150th (sesquicentennial) anniversary of the surrender …

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  • News of Other Days

    Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on May 22, 2003.

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  • Stickers to memorialize children gone too soon

    WALNUT RIDGE — The Compassionate Friends of Lawrence County is hosting a fundraiser that will also memorialize children gone too soon, according to TCF Arkansas coordinator Dana Davis Penn. These are vinyl stickers bearing a child’s name in white, a red heart and “Thanks for …

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  • Evetts Cemetery cleaning set

    MARCELLA — Cleaning at Evetts Cemetery in Marcella will be at 7:30 a.m. Saturday.

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  • Rep’s staff coming to Searcy

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — U.S. Rep. French Hill has announced plans for his staff to hold office hours at seven locations in the 2nd Congressional District. The mobile offices will open at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Searcy Regional Chamber of Commerce and at 2 …

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