• AARP to meet

    The Batesville AARP chapter will hold an executive meeting at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Gail Harley’s home on Chestnut Street. Committee reports and upcoming speakers will be discussed. All committee members are encouraged to attend.

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  • Spring Fling pageant is Saturday

    Network of Community Options Inc. will host a Relay for Life benefit pageant at 10 a.m. Saturday. Registration forms are now being accepted for the Spring Fling Pageant, to be held at Independence Hall on the campus of the University of Arkansas Community College at …

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  • Melbourne juniors sweep district track, field titles

    Melbourne put together a landmark day last week in track and field. On Tuesday, the junior high teams swept the 3A 1-East District track and field championships at Mountain Home High School. Led by Kyle LeBouef, the Junior Bearkatz rolled up 216 points and finished …

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  • Burns wins league golf title

    Justin Burns, a former all-state golfer at Izard County High School, recently won the individual championship at the Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament, according to a news release from Izard County. Burns, a junior at Central Baptist College, shot a 5-under-par 211 in the 54-hole, …

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  • Undercover student: Movie spurs story idea

    Lacy Mitchell “Retro Active” I love movies with a journalistic twist and over the last few years they’ve been ones I’ve seen at the theater. What’s funny is I never realize many of them have such twists until the stories begin and I’ve made a …

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  • This is Arkansas – Spring Mill

    When built in 1867, Spring Mill was a “state-of-the-art” facility, complete with imported millstones and a Leffel 40-horsepower vertical water turbine shipped from Ohio. John A. Schnable (also spelled Schnabel, a Confederate veteran, built the stone dam and works for the original owner, A.N. Simmons. …

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  • State Capitol Week in Review

    The number of state prison inmates who are released on parole is steadily going up while the number who are discharged after serving out their entire sentence is going down, according to a report compiled by prison officials for the state Board of Correction. In …

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  • Long, Miller to wed

    Morgan Long and Kevin Miller Randy and King Long and David and Sherry Birmingham, all of Batesville, have announced the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Morgan Long, to Kevin Miller, son of Bruce and Terri Miller of Novi, Mich. The bride-elect is the …

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  • Limbaugh, Tharp unite in marriage

    Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Tharp FLORAL — Kristen Michaelia Elizabeth Limbaugh and Nathan Tharp were united in marriage in a double-ring ceremony March 17 at Floral Baptist Church. The Rev. Jimmy Limbaugh officiated, assisted by Robert Bales, John Reynolds, Lonnie Biggers and the Rev. Joe …

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  • Jesse Smith

    LOCUST GROVE — Jesse Lynn Smith, 56, of Locust Grove died Friday, April 27, 2012, at his home. Born Nov. 26, 1955, in Newport, he was the son of Jesse Louis Smith and Patricia Ann Guthrie Smith. He was raised in Pleasant Plains. He was …

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  • Kathy Weaver

    SIDNEY — Kathy Fore Weaver, 61, of Sidney died Thursday, April 26, 2012, at her home. Born May 4, 1950, in Kansas, she was the daughter of L.E. and Donita Brewer Fore. She was retired from Boeing Aircraft in Melbourne. She was a member of …

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  • Teen killed in traffic accident

    LONOKE (AP) — The Lonoke County Sheriff’s office is looking into the death of a 13-year-old boy during a traffic accident. Authorities say the youngster was riding a bicycle on Joyner Loop when he traveled onto Mount Tabor Road and collided with a vehicle about …

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