• Ozarka plans meetings

    MELBOURNE — The Ozarka College Board of Trustees finance committee will meet at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the president’s conference room on the Melbourne campus. Topics will include funding for a student services building, construction-related items, budget and enrollment. The academic affairs committee will meet …

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  • Sharp County 4-H Christmas food drive deadline is Friday

    ASH FLAT — The Sharp County 4-H annual Christmas food drive is under way, said County Extension Agent Joe Moore. “This year 4-H members wanted to help their peers and decided a good way to do that would be to donate collected food to Cherokee …

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  • Settlement reached over $1M lotto ticket

    SEARCY (AP) — A lawsuit over who owns a $1 million scratch-off Arkansas lottery ticket that a woman pulled from a convenience store trash can was settled out of court, a defense attorney said Friday. Jury selection was set to begin Friday in White County …

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  • Worker pinned by cow, dies

    HOPE (AP) — Authorities in southwest Arkansas say a Hope man was killed in an accident at the Hope Livestock Auction. Hempstead County Sheriff James Singleton told reporters that 40-year-old Tracey Tyrone Harris died Thursday following the accident at the Hope Livestock Auction sales barn. …

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  • Vultures vex Corps

    BULL SHOALS (AP) — Bull Shoals Dam has some unwelcome visitors this fall. Officials say more than 1,000 vultures have made themselves at home atop the dam on Bull Shoals Lake in north Arkansas. Officials plan to fire a propane-powered cannon to scare off the …

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  • Cardinals rally past Pioneers

    LITTLE ROCK — The Camden Fairview Cardinals won the second half and a first high school football state championship Friday night in War Memorial Stadium. The Batesville Pioneers won the first half, and with a 10-0 lead at the midpoint looked like they might finish …

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  • Commodities to be distributed

    The Independence County commodity distribution will be at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday in the Northcentral Arkansas Development Council office, located at 550 Oak St. in Batesville. A variety of items will be distributed. All applicants will need to be recertified before or on the date of …

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  • Magazine tour coming to Batesville

    The Rothbart brothers will bring their “My Heart is an Idiot: Found Magazine’s 10th Anniversary Tour” to Batesville at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Nucor Auditorium on the Lyon College campus. “The show will feature more treasures from the magazine, shared by Davy Rothbart, with music …

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  • Ozarka-Ash Flat sets art show

    ASH FLAT — Art students currently enrolled at Ozarka College at Ash Flat will present up to 70 pieces of original artwork at their annual end of semester showcase. The event is free and open to the public. The art may be viewed in the …

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  • 4-H contest winners move on to district

    SOUTHSIDE — Several Independence County 4-H’ers will be moving on to district competition after participating in the county Illustrated Talks and Demonstrations competition on Nov. 12 at Southside Middle School. Thirty-seven 4-H’ers participated in the local contest. The winners in the junior and senior divisions …

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  • MITM salutes those who serve

    HORSESHOE BEND — The Music in the Mountains Show invited all veterans to attend its annual Veterans Tribute Show on Nov. 17 at the Horseshoe Bend Theatre. This show is held annually in November for local and area veterans and every serviceman and servicewoman in …

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  • Londyn Noel Towner

    Paul and Kristy Towner of Drasco have announced the birth of a daughter at White River Medical Center on Nov. 21, 2012. The baby weighed 6 pounds, 5.3 ounces and has been named Londyn Noel Towner. Grandparents of the child are Robert and Tena McElhaney …

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