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  • Library Memorials

    The following memorials have been made to the endowment fund of the Independence County Library: Ruth Vickers — Bill and Alice Wolford Polly Lenehan Bell — Dr. and Mrs. William H. Goodin Georgia Rose Davis — Cynthia Pfaendler, Wilsonville, Oregon Marion Thompson — Martha Hedges …

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  • Sex assault of child, indecency reported

    Bond has been set at $50,000 for a Desha man accused of sexual indecency with an 8-year-old girl and sexual assault, according to a court affidavit filed by Independence County Sheriff’s Investigator Shane Meyer. In the affidavit Meyer said Tommy H. Cooley Jr. 33, of …

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  • Driver targets mom, baby

    A 4-month-old infant in a stroller and his mother, Alyshia Conley, barely escaped injury after a driver allegedly tried to run them over Tuesday morning. “Ms. Conley stated that at approximately 9:40 a.m. she was walking from her mother’s house with her 4-month-old son in …

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  • Sunday disrupted by violence

    Although originally set aside as a day of worship, rest and peace, Sunday was a violent day in Independence County. At 4 a.m. Sheriff’s Deputy Gary Franks was called to the home of 31-year-old Daniel P. Vili of Sulphur Rock regarding a domestic disturbance involving …

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  • 8 file for office in Southside

    SOUTHSIDE — There will be at least one race in the upcoming Southside city election. Edwin “Ray” Bowman of Batesville Boulevard has filed for Southside mayor, according to information received from the Independence County Clerk’s Office. He will face Sheri Cavaness of Community Drive for …

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  • Midland offices damaged

    PLEASANT PLAINS — Rain in April that caused flooding at the Midland School District administration office, band room and gym resulted in damages, but it didn’t keep cleanup from beginning almost immediately. “We believe we got to it in time to save the carpet in …

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  • First Community Bank employees raise money for Relay for Life

    On Friday, First Community Bank employees participated in a silent auction to raise money for Relay for Life. One of several fundraisers the organization sponsors annually. The auction pits employees against each other in a friendly bidding war that has results in dollars for a …

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  • Mayor to host meeting

    Mayor Rick Elumbaugh will host his monthly community update meeting from 5-6:30 tonight at U.S. Pizza. Updates tonight, including pictures, will be from the Parks & Recreation Department concerning the new community center progress and also an update from Batesville Police Chief Alan Cockrill on …

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  • UACCB presents leadership, service awards

    The University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville has presented Jay Weatherford the Outstanding Leadership Award and Makayla Candler the Outstanding Service Award, announced Chancellor Deborah Frazier. Both will be graduating from UACCB on Monday. The annual Outstanding Leadership Award is presented to a student …

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  • HRA part of new merger

    MOUNTAIN HOME — Exactly one year to the day after Health Resources of Arkansas merged with Alternative Opportunities, a new merger has taken place. The final move was approved last week when HRA board members met in Mountain Home and unanimously approved Alternative Opportunities and …

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  • JPs to consider jail fees for municipalities

    The Independence County Quorum Court will consider jail rates for municipalities when they meet at 6 p.m. Monday in the Jess B. Carpenter building located at 368 E. Main St. in Batesville. JPs will vote on Ordinance 2015-21 which sets the rate at $150 per …

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  • Ex-doctor in Paragould sentenced for voyeurism

    PARAGOULD (AP) — A former Paragould gynecologist has been sentenced to three years in prison after pleading guilty to video voyeurism involving female patients at his clinic. Prosecutors say 69-year-old Paul Becton was sentenced after pleading guilty Wednesday in Greene County Circuit Court to four …

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