• News of Other Days

    Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on June 21, 1993.

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  • MHS Beta Club inducts members

    MELBOURNE — The Melbourne High School Beta Club held an induction ceremony for its new members, according to a news release. The Beta Club is an organization that was established to recognize academic achievement among high school students; its goal is to promote leadership, character, …

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  • Council endows 6th scholarship

    MOUNTAIN VIEW — The Stone County Community Resource Council has endowed its sixth Ozarka College scholarship. In addition to funds donated for capital campaigns at the Ozarka College–Mountain View campus, the newest endowment brings SCCRC’s total contribution to $80,000. This semester, five SCCRC scholarships were …

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  • Honor Roll – Concord High

    CONCORD — The students listed below made the honor roll for the first nine weeks of the 2012-13 school year at Concord High School, according to a news release: Seventh: all A’s — Harold Chegue, Riley Cornett, Amber Dalton, Kaleah Davis, Hunter Hartwick, Kenndall Swafford, …

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  • 2012 deadline nears

    It’s not quite time for the new year to roll in, but close enough to tell you that I have not accomplished my 2012 resolutions of losing weight, saving money, getting organized, etc. As it stands right now, I am a big fat loser. It’s …

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  • Why spy on France?

    The French have accused the American government of using U.S.-Israeli spy software to hack into the French presidential office. I read about it in The Hill. I contacted my French informant, Pierre Le Paint, to learn more about the incident. “What could America possibly have …

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  • Lindsey, Stoned and pilloried

    During a trip to Washington, D.C., last month, Lindsey Stone posed for a snapshot while making crude gestures. She posted it on Facebook, and soon her life turned upside down. The incident serves to underscore the power of social media. Moreover, it exposes the extent …

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  • Pioneers pull together for memorable season

    Gary Rhodes was his usual succinct self Friday night after the Batesville Pioneers finished knocking the Pulaski Academy Bruins around and out of the Class 5A State Playoffs. Stopped for a congratulatory handshake before he entered the PA press box for a radio interview, the …

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  • Batesville-Searcy basketball game moved to tonight

    The Batesville-Searcy senior girls Searcy Bank Classic basketball game scheduled for Friday has been moved, announced Batesville Coach Patricia Stave. The game is scheduled to tip off this evening at 5 in the Searcy High School Gymnasium. The game was moved to accommodate Batesville students …

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  • Sports Calendar

    Upcoming sports events in Batesville and the surrounding area for Wednesday, November 28 – Saturday, December 1, 2012.

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  • Davidson, defense lift Lyon women by John Brown

    Lyon Sports Information Lyon College junior guard Alex Davidson picked an opportune time to have the best scoring night of her career. Tuesday night, when her teammates were struggling from the field, the Batesville High School product hit six of 10 field goals, including four …

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  • Bonds, Clemens, Sosa’s eligibility in Hall of Fame questioned

    NEW YORK (AP) — For several years, baseball fans have argued whether Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Sammy Sosa belong in the Hall of Fame. Starting on Wednesday, the voters who will actually decide that debate can get to work. Bonds, Clemens and Sosa are …

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