• News of Other Days

    Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on Nov. 19, 1992. 96 YEARS AGO T.J. Fulbright, a good citizen of Anderson, lost $80 in some way while he was in Batesville attending the circus, and the week before he had $86 stolen out …

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  • Commission sets deer seasons

    Arkansas Outdoors LITTLE ROCK — The upcoming deer hunting seasons for the state have been set by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. Season dates for the 2012-13 deer hunting season are as follows: Archery — All zones: Sept. 15-Feb. 28, 2013. Modern Gun — …

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  • Female Ride Day is Friday

    MILWAUKEE — Thousands of women riders from Milwaukee to Moscow will showcase their passion for the sport of motorcycling during the sixth annual International Female Ride Day on Friday. The event was founded by Vicki Gray of Motoress in Toronto, Canada. “Women want to feel …

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  • Groups partner to benefit Calico’s museum exhibit

    CALICO ROCK — The Calico Bluffs Questers and the Izard County Historical and Genealogical Society recently partnered to benefit the Calico Rock Museum’s “Homestead in the Coal House” exhibit. The two organizations entered window display competitions at the Ozark Folk Festival in Mountain View recently. …

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  • Yard sale planned for Saturday

    PLEASANT PLAINS — First Assembly of God Church, located at 7477 Batesville Blvd. in Pleasant Plains, will have a yard sale beginning at 8 a.m. Friday and from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday. The sale will be held in the fellowship hall behind the church …

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  • CASA recognizes volunteer

    Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for Children of Fulton County has recognized the efforts of long-time volunteer Diana Gray. CASA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the rights of children within the welfare and family court systems. Volunteers are appointed by the court to …

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  • Arkansas Children’s Week

    Brandon Reed (seated in back) rides with Lisa McGhee’s preschool class at Southside preschool Tuesday. The carriage rides, offered by Anderson’s Promise Land, were part of Arkansas Children’s Week.    

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  • Trike-a-thon

    Oil Trough preschoolers Abby Teague (yellow trike), Lillian Talley (big bike) and David McClain (red trike) participate in a trike-a-thon to help support and raise money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Donations will be accepted through May 4.  

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  • Arrests made in fleeing, false 911 call incidents

    Investigation of a reported domestic violence incident over the weekend led to a 24-year-old Batesville man being treated for injuries he suffered in a fall while fleeing from police. Deputies Shay Moore and Darin Brewer responded to the call on Weaver Chapel Road around 12:03 …

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  • Girl reported as runaway

    The Independence County Sheriff’s Department is requesting the community’s assistance in locating a missing teenage girl. Sheriff’s Detective Mike Mundy said 16-year-old Abigail McDaniel was last seen around noon Saturday in the vicinity of the Arkansas Sheriff’s Youth Ranches, 100 St. Vincent’s Place, Bethesda. Police …

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  • Izard deputies arrest drunks, others

    MELBOURNE — Izard County deputies were dispatched to a Calico Rock residence early Saturday night in response to an unwelcome person at that residence who was causing problems, according to Sheriff Tate Lawerence. The visitor, identified as Richard Thomas Brown, 53, of Pineville, had left …

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  • WRMC heart health screening a success

    CHEROKEE VILLAGE — According to womenheart.org, more than 42 million American women are currently living with their No. 1 killer and don’t even realize it — heart disease. In an effort to make women more aware of their risk of developing heart disease, White River …

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