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  • 80% of state’s pediatric deaths deemed preventable

    LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Infant and Child Death Review Program has released its annual report, revealing that 80 percent of the unexpected pediatric deaths that occurred in Arkansas from 2010 to 2013, reviewed by local ICDR teams, were determined to have been preventable. Local …

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  • City amends Josie’s lease

    Josie’s is coming back. Tuesday night, the Batesville City Council met and approved a resolution to enter into a lease addendum on the current lease with Steve Carpenter, owner of Josie’s, which burned last December. Carpenter does plan to rebuild, Mayor Rick Elumbaugh announced, noting …

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  • Police dept. to start June 18

    With full operation of the Batesville Police Department scheduled to begin June 18 and the police station under repair, city officials are still ironing out a timeline. Monday night, Police Chief Alan Cockrill met with the city council police committee and other aldermen. The target …

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  • Man arrested for dropping dope in store

    MELBOURNE — A Floral man who allegedly dropped his dope on the floor of a store was arrested. When it turned out he was on parole, he was placed on a no-bond hold. Izard County Sheriff Tate Lawrence said in a news release that 33-year-old …

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  • 3rd-grader named state hoop champ

    MOUNT PLEASANT — Mount Pleasant Elementary third-grader Gabby Gardner set out with high hopes when she entered her school’s hoop shoot contest, according to her teachers. With skill and determination, she is now the owner of many awards to display as local, regional and Arkansas’ …

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  • Machete arrest brings charges

    MELBOURNE — A man who came at police while wielding a machete is now being charged with attempted murder, according to Izard County Sheriff Tate Lawrence. Timothy Copes, 34, of Oxford was arrested Tuesday for three counts of criminal attempted capital murder and second-degree battery. …

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  • Bird kills power to chemical plant

    FutureFuel Chemical Company of Batesville suffered a power outage Sunday after a bird flew into an electrical distribution station and caused the plant’s electrical system to go down, according to Stacy Gunderman, human resources director. Gunderman said a dove flew into the Entergy distribution station …

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  • Community service drives area EAST programs in school

    From an exchange student’s mother getting to watch her son kick his very first field goal at Southside High School from a computer at home in Poland, to creating props via a 3-D printer for the school’s criminal justice class to use, students belonging to …

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  • ‘Battle of the Banks’ blood drive is Friday

    The Second Annual Batesville Battle of the Banks blood drive will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday at First Community Bank, located at 1325 Harrison St. in Batesville. Participating banks include First Community Bank, Citizens Bank, Merchants and Planters Bank and First National …

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  • Batesville Chiropractic Wellness offers announces new location

    Batesville Chiropractic Wellness at 920 23rd St. has announced a new location and addition to staff. The clinic will relocate to 2511 Harrison St. on April 1 in the former Velvet’s Optique space next to Heartline Health and near Cutter’s Corner Salon and El Palenque …

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  • Easter care packages to be provided to soldiers

    Easter care packages are being provided for soldiers, and sponsors are needed. Go to www.moveamericaforward.org/soldier-sign-up/ to sign up a deployed service member to receive a care package or call (916) 441-6197. All donations are tax deductible. Checks should be made payable to “Move America Forward” …

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  • Number of tips in missing boy’s case has decreased

    SEARCY (AP) — The Searcy Police Department says it’s getting fewer tips than it once did about a 2-year-old boy who disappeared in November. The department gets just a couple of calls per week about Malik Drummond, who disappeared from his Searcy home on Nov. …

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