• News of Other Days

    Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on Feb. 17, 1993. 101 YEARS AGO News was received here Saturday of a most unfortunate accident which occasioned the death of Billy Douglas, one of the most popular conductors on the White River Division of …

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  • Cave City to begin classes Aug. 20; registration next week

    CAVE CITY — Cave City School District classes will begin Aug. 20. Students should go to their respective campuses to register, pick up schedules and rent lockers from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the following dates: fifth and sixth grades, Aug. 7; seventh and …

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  • Man arrested, shoots self

    JONESBORO (AP) — Authorities in Jonesboro are investigating after a handcuffed man fatally shot himself while sitting in the back of a patrol car. Chavis Chacobie Carter, 21, shot himself Saturday night. Carter, who was from Southaven, Miss., had been picked up on a felony …

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  • MITM hosted live music, champion clogger

    HORSESHOE BEND — Music in the Mountains brought traditional bluegrass and country music together July 21 at the Horseshoe Bend Theatre. The Hwy. 289 Band, along with Amy and Darrell Brown, Cameron Shaver, David Sherrell, Whitney King and Blue Dogwood performed songs like “Rockytop,” “Mule …

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  • Concord sets registration

    CONCORD — Registration for students in grades 7 through 12 who did not attend school in the Concord School District last year will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday in the Concord High School office. Parents should bring any records from the student’s …

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  • Pocahontas hosts Marble Show

    POCAHONTAS — The Northeast Arkansas Marble Show will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Days Inn, located on Highway 67 South in Pocahontas. The event is open to anyone interested in buying, selling, trading or learning about marbles. Those attending may …

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  • Moody to celebrate 90th year

    Myrlice Moody will celebrate his 90th birthday with a drop-in reception from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday in the commercial building at Independence County Fairgrounds. All friends and family are invited to attend.  

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  • Back to work, joyfully sleep deprived

    Greetings and salutations! I finally made it back to work last Thursday, after being off eight weeks with our newborn daughter, Kaylee Ann. Gary and I can hardly begin to express our appreciation for everyone’s thoughts, support and prayers over the last few years after …

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  • Bring back ban on assault weapons

    Public tragedies can serve as a catalyst for societal soul-searching and deep reflection. They often lead to a policy response as leaders craft reforms designed to prevent similar incidents from happening in the future. Except, it seems, when the tragedy involves guns. That’s a shame. …

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  • Romney: Presumptive tax dodger

    Who knows why Mitt Romney doesn’t release his old tax records? Maybe he’s stubborn. Nobody likes being told what to do. Could be an incredibly simple explanation like he lost them and is embarrassed. For all we know the accordion file of old returns fell …

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  • Phelps continues pursuit of Olympic history tonight

    LONDON (AP) — Michael Phelps is chasing more Olympic history in his next two events at the London Games. Winning medals in the 200-meter butterfly and a relay would let him get it done in the same night. Phelps goes into tonight’s fly final with …

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  • Tall Tunisia team to take on U.S.A. in basketball tonight

    LONDON (AP) — With a massive budget, the U.S. Olympic men’s basketball team has a treasure trove of information on its opponents. There are scouting reports, game films, statistical breakdowns — anything and everything a coach or player needs to prepare for any upcoming game. …

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