• Traveling with kids? Columnist gives 10 tips for ‘happy flying’ experience

    American Way (American Airline’s inflight magazine) recently featured the House Fairy! (House Fairy is my get organized program for kids.) The House Fairy is flying high on publicity and it prompted me to write this for you mamas who fly. With vacation time here, and if …

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  • Doctor cures cancer and nearly loses his license for it

    Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski is a biochemist and a physician in Houston who is curing cancer but nearly lost his medical license for it. Burzynski found that peptides from blood and urine could be used to treat cancer patients and was doing so with good results …

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  • About Town

    Have you ever noticed how really good restaurants seem to have an environment that is almost as good as the food that is served? Think about your favorite places. For me, it’s hard to separate the food from the overall experience related to my favorite …

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  • Destination:Batesville

    We decided to go for a drive last Friday. Ended up in Vicksburg, Mississippi, after a one-night layover at Tunica. We thought we might motor on down to Biloxi, but reality kept hinting that we’re not up those long drives like we used to be. …

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  • Authentic Norse sites found

    Well, those who write history have pulled these kind of shenanigans before, so this latest is not particularly surprising, but it does seem like these people would catch on that in the days of the Internet, their unscrupulous actions will bring condemnation and scorn upon …

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  • Store Shopping Etiquette 101

    Wasn’t the weather absolutely gorgeous this past weekend? Well, it was on the Gulf, anyway. We decided to skip out on the rain forecast for Arkansas and head down to Gulfport, Mississippi, instead for a nice four-day vacation at Sienna on the Coast. If you’ve …

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  • Protecting whistleblowers

    Back in 2006, Edward Lane was director of the Community Intensive Training for Youth Program at Central Alabama Community College in Alexander City. During the course of his duties he discovered something was wrong. A state legislator was apparently employed by the program and receiving …

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  • Jeffery family history told; reunion planned

    The old Landers River Landing where steamboats and ferries, keelboats, johnboats and rafts anchored or tied themselves down is underwater. The rusted tin roof of the “Three Old Bachelors” cabin glistens. Stepping outside, the humidity engulfs me, a rude reality check to the beauty that …

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  • Hugh Critz saved Arkansas Tech from closing

    Arkansas began the 20th century with a renewed dedication to higher education. Colleges across the state were quickly established by the state Legislature, including Arkansas Tech University in Russellville. However, enrollments and financial problems nearly shut down Arkansas Tech. In 1918, a new college president, …

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Dear Editor: Honestly, I never thought that Tina Dupuy and I would see eye to eye on any issue. I must admit that I agree with her op-ed piece that appeared in the June 3rd issue of the Batesville Guard. Ironically, that was the day …

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  • Examining the new importance of ‘where’ we speak

    When we say something that might be threatening, how much does where we say it matter? The U.S. Supreme Court agreed this week to examine that question from a new angle — the increasingly popular method of online comments and posts on social media, as …

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  • Seeing Cookie Monster in person

    There are few songs that will transport me back to childhood like the “Sesame Street” theme. I may live to be 100 and may not ever forget “Sunny day, sweepin’ the clouds away, on my way to where the air is sweet. Can you tell …

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