• Tech takes two at BHS

    Everybody held form in the 5A-East District basketball race Friday night, and that included a sweep by the visitors in Pioneer Gym. The Greene County Tech Lady Eagles jumped in front early, held off a minor Batesville Lady Pioneer charge in the second quarter, hit …

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  • Cave City dominates Izard County tourney

    MELBOURNE — Cave City teams came up big in the finals of the Izard County Invitational Tournament at Melbourne Saturday, winning the championships in the senior boys, senior girls and junior boys divisions. The host Melbourne Junior Lady Bearkatz won the first championship game of …

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  • Djokovic sets Australian Open history; Azarenka defends title in Melbourne

    MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — In years past, Novak Djokovic marked his victories at the Australian Open with rowdy late-night celebrations and bleary-eyed photo shoots the next morning in downtown Melbourne. This year’s win made history but inspired a more sober reaction. After beating Andy Murray …

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  • Woods carries 6-stroke lead into delayed final round of Farmers Insurance Open

    SAN DIEGO (AP) — The Pacific air was so cold at the end of a 10-hour day at Torrey Pines that Tiger Woods thrust both hands in the front pockets of his rain pants as he walked off the course Sunday at the Farmers Insurance …

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  • The truth is, you’re still a jerk, Lance

    I’m a marathon runner. A few years ago my coach was diagnosed with cancer. The first thing his ragged team of runners did was sign him up with Livestrong. Through the course of his treatment he showed up to track with his yellow and proudly …

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  • Sports Briefs

    Football NEW ORLEANS (AP) — With a team flag waving from an open window of their chartered plane, the San Francisco 49ers arrived at their first Super Bowl in 18 years on Sunday. The players walked off the airplane in a businesslike manner — no …

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  • Old State House among oldest

    Almost every Arkansas resident has visited or driven by the Old State House on Markham Street in Little Rock. However, most do not know that it is the oldest surviving state Capitol building west of the Mississippi River. Design work on the structure started in …

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  • Chamberopoly – Local businesses showcase new products at chamber’s annual expo, awards event

    There may not have been any “get out of jail free” cards or money exchanging hands for landing on “Free Parking” — but there was a Monopoly-themed money, dice and several board games. It was all part of the Chamberopoly: The 2013 Business Expo & …

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  • Teen gets 16 years for guard stabbing

    A teenager who stabbed a guard at the juvenile detention center last year will now be doing time as an adult. In a plea agreement before 16th Judicial Circuit Judge John Dan Kemp, 16-year-old Christopher Allen Darden was charged as an adult and sentenced to …

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  • ‘Women, Heart Disease: Call to Action’ focus of ‘Red Hot Ladies’ luncheon

    A research pioneer in women’s cardiovascular disease will provide the main address at Citizens Bank’s “Red Hot Ladies Luncheon” to be held Feb. 14, in Independence Hall at the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville. The annual event focuses on raising women’s awareness of …

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  • Four more arrested for drugs

                  HEBER SPRINGS — For the second time this month, authorities searched a residence at 406 W. Walnut St. in Heber Springs and found drugs and drug-related paraphernalia, said Cleburne County Sheriff Marty Moss. Four people at the residence …

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  • UACCB hires TRiO adviser

    Jarred Corley feels blessed to have grown up in a family who knew the importance of an education. As the new project adviser for TRiO/Student Support Services at the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville, he will be able to show other students the …

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