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  • Door opens for veteran

    CAVE CITY — When Billy Croom heard the owner of Crafton’s Garage Doors was retiring and interested in selling his company, it opened the door for him to become a business owner. “This business has been established for 20 years. It is just operating under …

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  • Class teaches how to protect property, lives

    Nearly $2 million worth of property was stolen from Independence County residents last year. Less than half was recovered. Will you be the next victim? Are you prepared to file an insurance claim? How will you react to a break-in or worse — a home …

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  • Holiday to close offices

    The Independence County Courthouse and all other county offices and buildings will be closed Monday in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Trash and recycling routes will run as normal. The Sharp County Courthouse will be closed, as well. The Independence County Library …

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  • WRMC, BridgeWay to provide mental health treatment

    One in four adults experiences mental illness each year, according to the National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI). More specifically, NAMI’s statistics also indicate a lack of available inpatient mental health facilities in Arkansas. In an effort to meet those needs, White River Medical Center …

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  • Cushman man wins ‘Talkin’ Outdoors’ grand prize

    LITTLE ROCK — “Talkin’ Outdoors,” the television program produced by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, is full of valuable information and fun. It’s also giving viewers great prizes for viewing. Casey Turner of Cushman was the 2014 grand prize. He won a $1,000 lifetime …

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  • Lyon senior to see work come to life on stage

    Alexandra Patrono-Smith, a senior at Lyon College, will see her first full-length play come to life in February in Lyon’s Holloway Theatre. “Hello,” a semi-autobiographical play that centers around mental illness and severe family discord, will show at 7 p.m. Feb. 13 and at 2 …

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  • Proposed bill would restrict drones on private land

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Using a drone to fly above private property and take pictures without permission would be a crime under a bill filed in the Arkansas Legislature. Republican Rep. Justin Harris’ proposal filed Thursday would make it a misdemeanor for a drone operator …

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  • Midland to offer free GED classes

    The University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville and the Midland School District will offer free GED classes at the Midland High School during the spring semester, according to a news release. Class will meet from 5:30-8 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays. Students must be 18 …

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  • Ozarka seeks public’s ‘heart-healthy miles’

    MELBOURNE — In December, Ozarka College was awarded The Blue & You Foundation for a Healthier Arkansas grant, which will help fund a comprehensive health and safety program. The foundation presented a check for $46,909 to the college on Jan. 7 that will be used …

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  • John E. Miller family donates to campaign

    MELBOURNE — The family of the late state Rep. John E. Miller has committed $5,000 to the Ozarka College Student Services Center capital campaign. Their contribution will pay to furnish an office in the Student Services Center on the Melbourne campus. Miller married his wife, …

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  • Book drive to honor MLK Service Day

    Ozark Foothills Literacy Project is hosting a book drive in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Service Day now through Jan. 26. Items accepted include lightly used or new books for children and adults, journals and other writing materials, coloring books and crayons. Cash donations …

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  • Parkinson’s support group announces meeting date

    The White River Area Parkinson’s Disease Support Group will meet at 1:30 p.m. Jan. 19 at the Citizens Bank Annex Building, located on College Avenue in Batesville. The meeting is open to all patients, caregivers, family and friends. The group meets regularly on the third …

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