• Daily Bread now serving

    Imagine a restaurant where you can order breakfast all day, or choose from one of many buffet items at lunch and dinner. Then imagine Daily Bread. Now open in the Ramada Inn, 1325 N. Saint Louis St. in Batesville, Daily Bread offers old-fashioned Southern style …

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  • Batesville man fights eye disease to save business – Rotary honors Jones with award

    Batesville Rotary Club recognized Charles “Chuck” Jones on Monday for his determination and achievement in overcoming vision loss and presented him with an area Consumer of the Year award from the Arkansas Department of Human Services Division of Services for the Blind (DSB), according to …

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  • Ozarka College registering for summer

    MELBOURNE — Ozarka College is now registering current students for the upcoming Summer I and Summer II sessions. Any student who has successfully completed a semester at Ozarka College can register after meeting and planning their class schedules with their academic adviser; once registered, financial …

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  • News of Other Days

    Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on Sept. 18, 1992. 96 YEARS AGO Those being mentioned as possible candidates for county and probate judge of Independence County who have not already thrown their hats into the ring are W.A. Fike and J.A. …

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  • Sports Calendar

    TODAY High school basketball: Class 2A State Tournament at Cedar Ridge (Newark) — Spring Hill girls vs. Magnet Cove, 1 p.m., Strong boys vs. Clarendon, 2:30, Conway St. Joseph girls vs. Strong, 4, Magnet Cove boys vs. Parker’s Chapel, 5:30, quarterfinals Poyen girls vs. Bigelow, …

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  • SEC women’s tourney looks wide open

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Welcome to the wide-open 2012 Southeastern Conference women’s basketball tournament. Sure, No. 10 Kentucky won its first SEC title since 1982, and 13th-ranked Tennessee treats winning this tournament like an annual rite of March — adding its 15th championship a year …

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  • Marked Tree rallies by County Line

    NEWARK — Darius Ivy proved to be the clutch player the Marked Tree Indians needed to pull off a 53-49 come-from-behind victory over the County Line Indians in a first-round game of the Class 2A State Tournament for high school basketball at Cedar Ridge High …

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  • Lyon cagers among top award winners

    Three Lyon College Scots were named to the All-TranSouth Athletic Conference basketball first-team, according to a news release from the conference office. Senior Lauren Ramsey and junior Phagen Altom were voted to the women’s first-team by the conference coaches, and sophomore C.J. Blount earned the …

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  • Scots sweep Weevils

    MONTICELLO — The Lyon College Scots pushed their overall baseball record to 15-4 by sweeping the University of Arkansas-Monticello Boll Weevils in a non-conference doubleheader here Tuesday. The Scots rallied for a 6-3 win in the opener, then blanked the Weevils 3-0. This weekend, the …

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  • 3 Southside businesses raided – Potpourri seized

    SOUTHSIDE — Three Southside businesses were raided and temporarily closed after allegedly failing to heed warnings from local law enforcement that selling synthetic marijuana products is illegal in Arkansas. The reminder came Tuesday when officers served them with search/seizure warrants and temporarily closed their doors. …

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  • Farm Bureau gives $200 to program

    LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Farm Bureau donated more than three months worth of non-perishable food items and easy to prepare meals to Little Rock’s Ronald McDonald House in observance of the 14th annual Food Check-Out Week. Locally, the Sharp County Farm Bureau Women’s Committee donated …

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  • Patrol cop thwarts possible robbery

    Burglary patrol in the area of East Harrison Street Wednesday night may have thwarted what appeared could be a robbery in the planning, according to police. Independence County Deputy Patrick Collins said he was in the area of 25th Street, off Harrison Street, around 8:40 …

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