Mar 14 2001 by Clyde McGinnis
91 YEARS AGO
The switch board of the new telephone system at Cushman has been ordered and the work of putting up the wires will commence in a few days.
Mar 14 2001 by admin
On Tuesday, a Cushman man was bitten twice by a dog while trying to protect his own animal.
PLEASANT PLAINS – Lee Roy Brewer, superintendent of Midland Schools, will retire at the end of this year, Brewer told the Guard Monday.
“This is my 24th year,” Brewer said.
Mar 14 2001 by Andrea Bruner
LuAnn Baker says she has been through “a living hell” in the past few years. Her daughter, Bethany, shot herself Dec. 6, 1999, in the home she shared with her mother, father, Dr.
The first Bethany Baker Memorial Child Safety Fair will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Lee Gymnastics Academy and Kaleidoscope in Batesville.
Mar 14 2001 by Chuck Ross
In a recent letter to the editor in the Batesville Daily Guard, several questions were posed by an interested citizen.
Mar 14 2001 by Angelia Roberts
Batesville City Council authorized the refinancing of utility bonds at Tuesday night’s meeting and the move is expected to generate over $150,000 in savings for Batesville Water Utilities.
Now is the time to order fish to stock or restock farm ponds.
After scoring 19 runs in a win over Trinity University on Monday night, Delta State went onto Lyon College Field and scored a season-high 22 runs in a 22-11 win.
The Batesville Lady Pioneers started their fast-pitch softball season Tuesday with a 7-4 win over the Searcy Lady Lions, but the Lady Pioneers looked shaky in spots, said their coach.
Mar 14 2001 by Paul Glover
The Batesville Pioneers and Paragould Rams split 1-run games in a AAAA-East District baseball doubleheader at the Batesville Recreation Complex, and running the bases was the difference.
NEWARK – Lindsey Frazier stole five bases, and Annah Holt and Erin Beth Davis each hit two for three as the Lady Kangaroos (4-0) shut out the Midland Lady Mustangs 10-0 in a 2-AA East, fast-pitch g