Oct 15 2001 by admin
The University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville’s Center for Workforce and Community Education will offer a non-credit photography class beginning Nov. 5.
Oct 12 2001 by admin
OIL TROUGH – The Oil Trough Town Council learned Thursday that the Oil Trough and Independence-Jackson County water departments will soon be linked for backup purposes, said Amy Goyne, recorder-tre
Oct 12 2001 by Chuck Ross
A Batesville man reported a theft from an unlocked vehicle to the Independence County Sheriff’s Office Wednesday.
Oct 12 2001 by Angelia Roberts
Soldiers may want to pick up a weapon, kiss loved ones good-bye, run into battle and serve their country, but before they can, they have paperwork to do and lots of it.
Oct 12 2001 by Larry Stroud
EVENING SHADE – Evening Shade’s festival has a decidedly Western flavor this year.
The Evening Shade Fall Roundup will be Oct. 20, with a full day of events beginning at 10 a.m.
HARDY – A suspect in the kidnapping of an 11-year-old Howell County, Mo., girl was arrested Saturday in Hardy and the girl was with him, said Hardy Police Chief Ernie Rose.
Oct 12 2001 by Sharon Knight
CUSHMAN – Cyndal Hoyt, a student at Cushman Elementary School, received $31.75 for her birthday to spend as she wished.
According to a news release by the Independence County Sheriff’s Office, the death of James Kennie Watts reported in Tuesday’s Guard has been ruled a suicide.
CHEROKEE VILLAGE – The municipal court in Cherokee Village handled 25 cases involving 17 defendants during September, reported Dora Lee Schaffert, court clerk.
The Batesville Daily Guard and area businesses have teamed up to honor the Arkansas Army National Guard’s 2nd Battalion, 153rd Infantry Brigade in “A Salute to Our Soldiers.” The special five-page
Free Will Baptist
Free Will Baptist Annual Associational Meeting is at 9 a.m. Saturday at Mount Harmony Free Will Baptist Church.
Oct 10 2001 by admin
Members of the Batesville City Council addressed property issues at Tuesday night’s meeting after hearing from Code Enforcement Officer Chad McClure, according to City Clerk Denise Johnson.