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  • Drug arrests made during traffic stop

    Two people were arrested for drugs following a traffic stop around 1:30 Sunday morning, according to a report from the Independence County Sheriff’s Office. Karmell R. Naslund, 32, of Case Street in Batesville and 35-year-old Luke K. Isley of Bates Street were charged by Deputy …

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  • Burglaries, thefts reported

    Neither a dead bolt or a doorknob lock were able to keep a determined burglar out of Frankie Cowell’s Pleasant Plains home Saturday. Cowell, who lives on Martin Road, said he came home from work shortly after 8 a.m. to find his front door pried …

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  • Suspect arrested in 1967 Newport shooting death

    NEWPORT (AP) — A 67-year-old Delaware man has been arrested in the death of a North Little Rock man whose remains were discovered more than 45 years ago in a rural area near Newport. According to an arrest affidavit signed by a Jackson County circuit …

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  • Glass Slipper Project seeks dresses, tuxedo sponsors

    The Batesville School District’s Glass Slipper Project will once again be providing dresses and accessories to Batesville High School students who may not be able to afford for prom. However, the project continues to accept donations of gowns in all sizes, formal shoes, bags and …

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  • Gift certificates, home decor, etc. up for auction

    Home decor. Gift certificates from area businesses. A concealed carry class. G.I. Joe collectibles. A large selection of Thirty-One Gifts. There is a little bit of everything at the Batesville Daily Guard. When the news broke that Johnny Burris, a Batesville Daily Guard employee, had …

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  • Stage store taking donations

    HOUSTON — On March 1, Stage launched its spring “30 Days of Giving” campaign, and all customers who visit the Batesville store through March 31 are invited to donate to the Habitat for Humanity of Independence County. “We are thrilled to launch our second year …

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  • McDonald selected for LeadAR program

    Matt McDonald of Batesville is one of 22 men and women representing 15 Arkansas counties to take part in LeadAR, a leadership development program sponsored by the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture, Cooperative Extension Service. McDonald attended a three-day seminar in Little Rock on …

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  • Midland to hire construction manager

    PLEASANT PLAINS — With a six-room addition and the construction of two computer classrooms in the works, the Midland School Board recently voted to allow Superintendent Dewayne Wammack to interview for a construction manager with the assistance of architect Josh Siebert to oversee such projects. …

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  • $1K grant to support bicycle safety at school

    CHARLOTTE — The National Center for Safe Routes to School and Schwinn, through its Helmets on Heads program, has announced that Cord-Charlotte Elementary is among 25 mini-grant recipients to receive $1,000 to promote bicycle safety this semester. “We are excited for the opportunity to support …

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  • Bootlegger Daze Festival nears

    CALICO ROCK — The Third Annual Bootlegger Daze Festival will be from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday in Calico Rock. Events will include the Peppersauce Players’ re-enactment of a shootout on Main Street between revenuers and moonshiners; a display of moonshine stills; and music …

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  • Craft bazaar to be held

    A craft bazaar will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the North End building at Pfeiffer. Admission is free. Several vendors will offer items including ceramics, jewelry, wreaths, rustic wood signs, hair bows, headbands, tutus, personalized items, BeautiControl and Mary Kay …

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  • Kindergarten bill endorsed

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Arkansas parents whose children barely miss the cutoff date for starting kindergarten would be able to ask schools to enroll their children under a bill endorsed by a House panel. The Education Committee advanced the bill Tuesday in a voice vote. …

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