• The FCC’s psychology of abundant regulation

    The Internet is a great deregulatory success story: government got out of the way, took a light-touch, hands-off approach and the results are obvious. But some on the left are adamant that heavy-handed government regulation would somehow serve consumers better than intense competition. The latest …

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  • EHC seeks new members

    Extension Homemakers clubs are partners with the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture–Extension. The clubs are educational and community service organizations. Their mission is to empower individuals and help families improve their quality of life. EH clubs use the latest research-based information to teach nutrition, …

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  • Reunions scheduled

    Norris family CHEROKEE VILLAGE — The Norris family reunion will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at 25 Wahoo in Cherokee Village. A potluck will be served at noon.   Roberson family PLEASANT PLAINS — The first Roberson family and friends reunion will be at noon …

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  • Old Fashioned Day set at church in Izard County

    LARKIN — Old Fashioned Day at historic Old Philadelphia Church in the Larkin community near Melbourne will begin at 11 a.m. Sunday, said Charlotte Sharp, who is helping with publicity. Old Fashioned Day is sponsored annually by the Melbourne United Methodist Church. Lunch, or in …

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  • AASRN Distance degree offered

    MOUNTAIN HOME — The Arkansas State Board of Registered Nursing has approved the associate of applied science in registered nursing and licensed practical nurse/paramedic to registered nurse distance technology degree to be offered at Arkansas State University-Mountain Home. Beginning in January 2013, up to 20 …

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  • Forest Service to waive fees on Public Lands Day

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Forest Service is waiving standard amenity fees Saturday in recognition of National Public Lands Day at hundreds of recreation sites nationwide. The focus of National Public Lands Day is to instill a sense of shared stewardship and educate the public about …

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  • Couple to celebrate golden anniversary

    Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Collins, 1962                      Sammy and Betty Collins of Batesville will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a drop-in reception from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at Southside Assembly of God, located at …

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  • Fifth Annual Living History at the Lake

    The Fifth Annual Living History at the Lake at Lake Charles State Park, near Powhatan, was a success despite the rainy weather. Many people came out to witness the 2nd Marine Reenactors storm the swim beach during the re-enactment of the Makin Atoll Assault in …

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  • Buck Fest scheduled

    FAYETTEVILLE — The Ozark Chapter of the Mule Deer Foundation has announced Buck Fest, a “guns and music” festival, will begin Thursday and continue through Saturday at Buck’s Crossing BBQ in Fayetteville, said Kim Pease, publicist. Plans are to make the festival an annual event, …

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  • Fundraiser to help Izard County 4-H program

    MELBOURNE — The Izard County’s 4-H program is asking friends and supporters to take a test drive for a good cause Saturday to help the program earn up to $6,000, said Izard County Extension Agent Carroll Prewett. “Our local Ford dealer, Freedom Ford, is offering …

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  • News of Other Days

    Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on April 16, 1993.

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  • Defending district champs to bring 4-0 mark to Newark

    The McCrory Junior Jaguars will come to Newark Thursday night touting a 4-0 overall record and face the Cedar Ridge Junior Timberwolves, who collected their first win of the season last Thursday. Cedar Ridge defeated 2A-3 District rival Rector, 14-8, improving their overall and district …

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