• Revisiting other days

    The following article appeared in a February 1988 edition of the Batesville Daily Guard.

    Riverboat requiem

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  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Sir:

    I have read with interest the accounts in your newspaper of the efforts to promote a county sales tax to promote economic development.

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  • Recall this governor

    This, I firmly believe – that children raised in rural environments, and that includes being educated in rural schools, are much better equipped to handle the stress that life eventually throws at

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  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Dear Editor:

    Building perfect potables has been an area of dispute in the world of whistle-whetting whenever good fellows get together to share drink mixin’.

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  • Money, time, effort

    The Citizens for Progress Committee got a slap in the face Monday night when the vote fell short approving an ordinance to place a 1/2-cent sales tax issue before the voters.

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  • Money, time, effort

    The Citizens for Progress Committee got a slap in the face Monday night when the vote fell short approving an ordinance to place a 1/2-cent sales tax issue before the voters.

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  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Editor’s note: The story of Terry Wallis made national and international news after Lori Freeze with the Stone County Leader first broke the story.

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  • Warnings or taxes?

    Would stronger warnings on cigarette packs encourage people not to smoke?

    In a word, no.

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  • Year bring changes

    The following article appeared in a September 1981 edition of the Batesville Daily Guard.

    J.A. Latham remembered Old Akron

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  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    It seems that when it comes to the police departments (not only local but nation wide) all that gets reported is negative news. Recently I was drawn to your fair city looking for a stolen boat.

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  • Bo Diddley – he’s the man

    Bo Diddley – You just can’t say enough about this guy, who’ll perform at Magic Springs’ Timberwood Amphitheatre on July 19 along with Johnnie Johnson, who was Chuck Berry’s piano player in the earl

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  • School’s in session

    Legislators and school officials gathered together this week to thwart the governor’s consolidation plan and band together to find a way to save small schools.

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