• Lessons from my 12-year-old

    My laptop computer has been having some issues for months. It stopped connecting to the Internet, the sound quit working and appeared to be plagued with viruses despite having anti-virus software installed. From time to time I would try to fix it but would eventually …

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  • Ozarka students, community log 10,000 miles in challenge

    MELBOURNE — Ozarka College faculty, staff, students, members of the community and children from Ozarka Kids Academy have logged more than 10,000 miles for the grant-funded Australian Walkabout Fitness Challenge. Ozarka College received a mini-grant from the Blue & You Foundation for a Healthier Arkansas …

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  • All-State golf, tennis – Concord Pirates dominate all-state selections for golf

    Six area high school golfers from the Guard-circulation area earned all-state honors for the 2012 season, four of them from the Concord Pirates Class 1A State Tournament championship team. Seniors A.J. Cannon, Ryan Cornelison and Cameron Reesor, along with junior Luke Cornett, dominated the 1A …

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  • The game – 11/30/12

    Batesville vs. Camden Fairview in Little Rock’s War Memorial Stadium Class 5A State Playoff championship game, Kickoff • tonight 7 Batesville and Camden Fairview coaches provided no surprises when asked what their teams need to do tonight to provide the best chance for victory. That’s the way …

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  • Sports Calendar

    Upcoming sports events in Batesville and the surrounding area for Friday, November 30 – Saturday, December 1, 2012.

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  • Hunter mistakes walker for deer

    COAL HILL (AP) — The Johnson County sheriff says a 43-year-old man is dead after he was shot by a man who mistook him for a deer. Sheriff Jimmy Dorney says Thomas Edward Sears, who went by the name Eddie, was walking along a trail …

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  • Jury picked in lotto ticket case

    SEARCY (AP) — Jury selection is to get under way in a legal battle over a $1 million lottery ticket that one Arkansas woman threw away and another plucked out of the trash. Judge Craig Hannah scheduled jury selection for Friday ahead of a trial …

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  • 2 gun makers to expand, will add 70-120 jobs

    FORT SMITH (AP) — Two firearms companies owned by a German group said Thursday they would spend $7 million on manufacturing plants at a former military installation near Fort Smith and create from 70 to 120 jobs in the next five years. Umarex USA already …

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  • UALR gets NASA grant

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The University of Arkansas-Little Rock has announced it will receive a $750,000 grant from NASA as part of the space agency’s Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research. The university said that it’s one of 17 research colleges and universities chosen to …

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  • Driver jailed after missing pork turns up

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Arkansas health officials are disposing of $42,000 worth of meat after a Little Rock truck driver was accused of not delivering the hams and hot dogs and selling them himself from a refrigerated trailer. Police Sgt. Cassandra Davis says Robert Lee …

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  • Heifer HQ to show animals

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Heifer International is inviting people to its headquarters to learn about the animals it places with poor families around the world so they can become self-sufficient. The charity will have animals from its Perryville ranch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. …

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  • Mo. Powerball winner verified; Ariz.’s a mystery

    FOUNTAIN HILLS, Ariz. (AP) — Sometimes it’s better to dream, particularly when reality means you’re not an instant multimillionaire. Bob Kangas realized Wednesday night that one of two winning Powerball jackpot tickets — a record $587.5 million — had been bought in Arizona, but he …

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