• Sports Calendar

    Upcoming sport events in Batesville and the surrounding area for Friday, September 28 – Saturday, September 29, 2012.

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  • Junior Bearkatz win first in 3A-1

    MELBOURNE — The Melbourne Junior Bearkatz returned got back on the left side of the win-loss column with a first-ever football victory in a 3A-1 District contest Thursday night at Bearkatz Stadium. Led by Ben Lee and a stingy defense, the Junior ’Katz ground out …

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  • The games – 9/28/12

    Clinton at Southside, KICKOFF • TONIGHT 7 The Southerners enter their second 4A-2 District game hoping to rebound from their 40-point loss at the hands of the number one Class 4A team in the state, the Stuttgart Ricebirds. The Yellow Jackets will bring their 2-2 record …

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  • Tech turns back Batesville in district volleyball battle

    PARAGOULD — The Greene County Tech Lady Eagles turned back the Batesville Lady Pioneers in 5A East Conference volleyball action here Thursday night, winning in five tough games. Tech won 23-25, 25-9, 20-25, 25-20, 15-12. “Chemistry goes a long way and you’ve got to be …

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  • Lady Southerners fall to Stingers in 4A Central

    MAUMELLE — The Maumelle Lady Stingers defeated the Southside Lady Southerners 3-2 Thursday in a 4A Central Conference match, dropping the Southerners to 7-3 in conference play. The Lady Southerners got off to a good start, winning the game 25-14, but the Lady Stingers were …

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  • Lady Katz finish ninth in state golf

    BLYTHEVILLE — The Melbourne Lady Bearkatz finished ninth in the Class 3A State Tournament at the Thunder Bayou course here Wednesday. The Smackover Lady Buckaroos won the team title with a score of 283. Rounding out the top five were Rivercrest (298), Charleston (316), Fountain …

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  • Europeans jump to early Ryder Cup lead

    MEDINAH, Ill. (AP) — An unfavorable ruling turned out to be the jumpstart the Europeans needed. Fired up when they were refused relief on the second hole, Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell have gone on a birdie run and are setting the tone for Europe’s …

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  • Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial events for Oct. 2012 announced

    LITTLE ROCK — Lectures, living history events and exhibits are among the events the Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission has sanctioned for next month. Among the events are: • “Southern Women and the Civil War,” a lecture by Dr. Angela Boswell, will be held at …

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  • Hot Springs bar to close after weekend shooting

    HOT SPRINGS (AP) — A judge has ordered the temporary closure of a Hot Springs pool hall after six people were injured in a weekend shooting. Garland County Circuit Judge Marcia Hearnsberger issued the order Wednesday that declared Pocket’s Full Bar a “public and common …

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  • Dart attacks against 2 women investigated

    ROGERS (AP) — Rogers police are investigating two attacks in which young women were stuck with darts. Police say the attacks occurred on Wednesday and on Sept. 21. The most recent attack occurred when a 21-year-old woman had left a store and a car slowed …

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  • Okla. woman rescued after 5 days in woods

    ST. JOE (AP) — An Oklahoma woman was rescued after being lost in the woods of northern Arkansas for five days. Searcy County Sheriff Kenny Cassell said Thursday that 53-year-old Linda Kay Arteaga of Blackwell, Okla., was in overall good condition after the ordeal. More …

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  • Federal unit at Forrest City getting new warden

    FORREST CITY (AP) — The Federal Correctional Complex at Forrest City is getting a new warden. Anthony Haynes of Jessup, Ga., is to take over in November for T.C. Outlaw, who is retiring after running the lockup for five years. Interim Warden John Fox made …

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