• Choice: Grow or go

    Grow or go.

    That statement could sum up the proposed sales tax Independence County voters may be asked to consider in the near future.

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  • Privacy issue going too far

    Imagine your daughter is dying in a hospital, while you sit helplessly thousands of miles away. You call the hospital, only to be told by the person on the other end she can’t tell you anything.

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  • Letters to the editor

    Editor:

    Re: Sales tax increase to undergo public scrutiny.

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  • Civil War paper trail

    Editor’s note: Wilson Powell has been under the weather and will return next week. This column appeared in the Nov. 16, 1992, edition of the Batesville Daily Guard.

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  • Changing the system

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Endorsements from the teachers union and the business community give Gov.

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  • Letters to the editor

    Not long ago I was involved in a auto accident that left me in need of serious medical attention. After having major surgery I was sent home to recuperate.

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  • Things worth reading

    So many books, so little time. Readers pass up far more books than we buy and stack on the tables beside our recliners and beds.

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  • One nation divided

    Just when it appeared that a federal appeals court might reconsider its ruling that use of the Pledge of Allegiance in public schools is unconstitutional, it instead affirmed the decision.

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  • Airbags are killing kids

    It’s happened again. A Florida toddler died Friday from injuries suffered when a collision deployed an airbag in her mother’s minivan while the child was in the front seat.

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  • Changes in the making

    LITTLE ROCK – The Senate approved legislation to pay for the work of the Educational Adequacy Committee, which the legislature created after the state Supreme Court ruled that Arkansas schools were

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  • Women have heart

    Women. Can’t live with them or without them. Why is that? Could it be because they nurture, protect and sometimes love without question?

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  • Public versus private

    A group of friends and I were recently talking about a woman in a mall (at the food court) who was breast-feeding her baby. Who would have thought this would have created such a stir?

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