Jun 7 2002 by admin
We sometimes speak of the faults of our people, our authorities and so on, but today, we wish to speak of the advantages of Batesville.
There’s a brand new baby in our church. Her mother told me she was 3 weeks old when I asked. It was not her first Sunday in church either, just the first time I had seen her.
Jun 6 2002 by David Stricklin
There are some sounds that I really like a lot. Many of them have to do with sports, many with fond memories of the past in sports.
Jun 5 2002 by admin
It’s graduation time again, and all across America, the traditional trappings are in place: caps, gowns, commencement speakers and, of course, lawsuits.
HOLLYWOOD – God bless America, and how’s everybody?
The Balance has had a visit from our neighbor, Mr. C. Tadlock, publisher of the Jacksonport Union, who came up on Wednesday last.
Jun 4 2002 by Andrea Bruner
I have often wondered how people cannot know their grandparents’ names. From time to time, we get incomplete obituaries at the Batesville Daily Guard.
Jun 4 2002 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Tim Hutchinson sees his problems and his promise.
Jun 4 2002 by Clyde McGinnis
145 YEARS AGO
Jun 3 2002 by Wilson Powell
The late John P. Morrow Jr. has an uncanny knack of collecting unusual printed matter and preserving it for the benefit of others interested.
Jun 3 2002 by admin
NEW YORK – In 1949, the justly legendary E.B. White wrote a small but timeless testament to a city he at once adored and resisted.