May 6 2003 by admin
My Webster’s Dictionary defines “valedictorian” as the one ranking highest in the class in scholarship, who delivers the valedictory.
May 5 2003 by Wilson Powell
Editor’s note: The following sketch, called “History of Batesville,” is attributed to the late Ernest Neill and reprinted numerous times since his death in 1962 in Batesville.
May 2 2003 by admin
So here I am an English prof, and in three years of columns I’ve never done one on grammar. It’s high time. Today I’m Mr. Language Man.
Each year, my daughter asks me what I want for Mother’s Day.
May 1 2003 by Larry Stroud
What did the American Indians ever do for you? Well, if you are a United States citizen, the Indians did plenty for you whether you realize it or not.
May 1 2003 by Ken Paulson
The opening of the Stax Museum of American Soul Music in Memphis this week marks the celebration of a legendary record label that did much more than simply record music.
Apr 30 2003 by admin
The last few days, the Guard has received several phone calls from residents of the Spring Valley addition north of Batesville.
Legislators are gathering in Little Rock again as we meet in special session to craft a state budget for the biennium that begins July 1.
Apr 29 2003 by Patsy Pipkin
I love my red hat. When I wear it I hear people whisper, “Look at that hat! I’ll bet she made it.” I also meet a lot of strangers who come right out and ask, “Where did you get that hat?”
Apr 29 2003 by Andrea Bruner
Education officials are worried about losing Arkansas’ best and brightest students. They should be.
Apr 29 2003 by admin
To the Editor,
I am writing regarding Angela Brown’s column, “You’re getting sleepy,” in the April 23 edition of the Batesville Daily Guard.
Apr 28 2003 by admin
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – The governor and legislators hope for an agreement on the state budget before a special session begins in a week, but it’s likely there will be a number of fights over taxes befo