Jun 10 2002 by admin
The Nov. 20 issue of the Fayetteville Morning News carried an interesting and informative article concerning the initial decision to locate what is now the University of Arkansas in that city.
The Walls of the Batesville Institute are about complete, and the work upon them appears to be progressing well.
Jun 7 2002 by admin
HOLLYWOOD – God bless America, and how’s everybody?
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
The Balance has had a visit from our neighbor, Mr. C. Tadlock, publisher of the Jacksonport Union, who came up on Wednesday last.
It’s graduation time again, and all across America, the traditional trappings are in place: caps, gowns, commencement speakers and, of course, lawsuits.
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