• Club News

    SOUTHSIDE — Thirty-eight 4-H’ers participated in the countywide 4-H Activity Day event April 23 at Southside Middle School. The contests included: tree identification, seed identification, ornamental horticulture identification, entomology and dairy recipe. First-place winners will be eligible to compete at the Regional O’Rama in Batesville …

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  • Notice

    Due to circumstances beyond our control, Internet services were down this morning as of press time, and we apologize to anyone whose emailed information did not get in the paper today. We will check email when Internet services return and publish the information in a …

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  • Marguerite Golden – Paid Obituary

    Marguerite Golden Marguerite Ozelma Clark Golden died on Wednesday, May 16, 2012. She is survived by her three sons and their spouses, Alexander Peyton III (Lex) and Ellen Golden, John Clark and Gaye Golden, and Gregory Glenn and Angie Golden; her son-in-law, Donald Edgar Massey …

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  • Ruth Wooldridge

    Ruth Wooldridge CAVE CITY — Ruth Aurora Kerr Wooldridge, 95, of Cave City died Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in a Batesville hospital. Born April 13, 1917, at Cave City, she was the daughter of George and Eunice Robinson Kerr. She was a homemaker and a …

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  • Nelson Moore

    SALADO — Nelson Glynn Moore, 74, of Salado died Wednesday, May 16, 2012, at his home. Born Aug. 23, 1937, at Huff, he was the son of William “Brown” and Bessie Moore. He was a farmer and worked many other jobs. He enjoyed fishing and …

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  • Carthal Perry

    CAVE CITY — Carthal Perry, 52, of Cave City died Thursday, May 17, 2012, in a Batesville hospital. Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in Fairview Cemetery, located east of Cave City. Arrangements are by Qualls Funeral Home in Cave City. No visitation …

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  • Maud Kinion

    OKLAHOMA CITY — Maud E. Kinion, 85, of Oklahoma City, formerly of Batesville, died Thursday, May 17, 2012, in Oklahoma City. Born Nov. 4, 1926, in Batesville, she was the daughter of Elmer C. and Victoria Buie Boutwell. She graduated from Cushman High School. She …

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  • Donna Summer dies at 63

    Donna Summer NEW YORK — Like the King of Pop or the Queen of Soul, Donna Summer was bestowed a title fitting of musical royalty — the Queen of Disco. Yet unlike Michael Jackson or Aretha Franklin, it was a designation she wasn’t comfortable embracing. …

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  • A Glance at Days Gone By

    This group was photographed at Hopewell Cumberland Presbyterian Church near Hopewell Cemetery near Cord in 1949. The woman in the white dress at left is Ethel Churchill Boyd. The man standing near the middle of the back row and wearing a hat is Jim Martin; …

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  • Boy finds finger in sandwich

    JACKSON, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan teen finishing off an Arby’s roast beef sandwich chomped down on something tough that tasted like rubber, so he spit it out. Turns out it tasted like finger. The fleshy, severed pad of an unfortunate employee’s finger, apparently. Ryan …

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  • Bull Shoals: Incredible fishery for pros, amateurs, families

    MOUNTAIN HOME — Bull Shoals Lake is an incredible fishery — just ask a professional angler, especially those at the recent Bassmaster Elite Series TroKar Quest held on this 60,000-acre impoundment. “Most definitely this is one of the best lakes I’ve fished in a long …

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  • Batesville Bassmasters also show Bull Shoals Lake is ‘great fishery’

    The Batesville Bassmasters’ recent two-day tournament on Bull Shoals Lake shows what a great fishery the lake is, said reporter Billy Littleton, who teamed with Andy Needham to win the tournament with 31.62 pounds. Littleton also caught the biggest bass of the day, which weighed …

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