• Searchers scour Scout camp for missing boy

    Caleb Linn CHEROKEE VILLAGE  — Jason and Racheal Downs have a 4-year-old son named Kaleb. So when they heard that someone else’s 4-year-old son named Caleb Linn went missing at a Boy Scout camp north of Cherokee Village, they showed up to look for him. …

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  • S-side OKs clinic proposal

    SOUTHSIDE — The Southside School District is moving forward with a proposal that would allow an on-campus health clinic. In January, the school was looking to the Lincoln School District in northwest Arkansas as its model and would like to partner with different health professionals …

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  • Izard man accused of raping boy

    Christopher Clark MELBOURNE — An Izard County man is accused of raping a 6-year-old boy, Sheriff Tate Lawrence said. Christopher Clark, 21, of 3786 Slade Road was charged Friday with rape, a class Y felony, and is accused of sexual misconduct on at least three …

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  • Alarm alerts homeowner

    Mary Mosley of Bluff View Drive told police she aroused from a sound sleep around 4:30 this morning when her home intrusion alarm went off. “When she went to investigate she found that the door leading out to the carport of the home was standing …

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  • Clergy needed as ‘First Responders’ for veterans

    Many veterans are returning home and 20 percent of those are experiencing severe symptoms of depression and/or post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to a news release. The Veterans Administration/Clergy Partnership program is partnering with local clergy members and lay people to train them as …

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  • Course start date changed

    The six-night course aimed to help existing businesses was slated to begin on Thursday. The date has been moved one week and will instead begin April 5, according to Herb Lawrence, center director at Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center. For more information contact …

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  • Corps to make releases through spillway at Norfork Lake

    MOUNTAIN HOME — The Army Corps of Engineers will start releasing water today from the spillway of Norfork Dam while a powerhouse turbine is out of service for maintenance. About 6,000 cubic feet per second will be released, half through spillway releases and the other …

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  • Be careful whose door you knock on

    Andrea Bruner “Hear Here” I guess you’d have to be suicidal, crazy or desperate to go knocking on rural folks’ doors in the middle of the night. We don’t mess around in our family — we go to the door at 3 a.m. with a …

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  • A new breed of Wal-Martyer ’round here

    Rick Baber “Into Focus” Many years ago, on a long-dead Internet site for creative writers, an acquaintance wrote a piece about me entitled “Wal-Martyr.” This was because of all the short stories I’d posted there about my less-than-enjoyable experiences at Walmart. We don’t need to …

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  • Unarmed and dangerous?

    In 2005, when Florida was considering its insane stand-your-ground-or-perhaps-chase-down-an-innocent-black-teenager-and-shoot-him law, state Sen. Dan Gelber was a voice of reason. Gelber, when asked what he thought of legislation that would transmogrify many a heat-packing Floridian into a juiced-up Judge Dredd, posed some questions of his own. …

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  • William Bentley Durham

    Shaun and Corie Durham and Dallas of Smithville have announced the birth of a son and brother at White River Medical Center on March 23, 2012. The baby weighed 9 pounds, 3 ounces and has been named William Bentley Durham. Grandparents of the child are …

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  • Raigen Layne Wolverton

    Cody and Shonna Wolverton of Batesville have announced the birth of a daughter at White River Medical Center on March 21, 2012. The baby weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces and has been named Raigen Layne Wolverton. Grandparents of the child are Kevin and Keisha Keyes, …

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