• Jesse Beach

    Jesse Cleveland Beach, 55, of Batesville died Tuesday, March 26, 2013, at his home. Born Oct. 7, 1957, in Mountain View, he was the son of Euel and Louise Bennett Beach. Survivors include his father; his wife, Catherine Avants Beach; two daughters, Stephanie Lynae Beach …

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  • Cover it up!

    A few months ago my 10-year-old was selling magazine subscriptions to help raise money for her Girl Scout troop. Now I’m a huge fan of Readers Digest and Redbook and my husband loves Men’s Health, so it wasn’t too hard to make selections for us. …

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  • Raising minimum wage will help businesses succeed

    The migration of women from the workforce into business ownership is one of the great economic realizations of the American Dream. The U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce has grown to more than 500,000 members. Most of our members are small business owners. And we aren’t …

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  • Hiding my own Easter eggs

    One year, my daughter, Celese, invited us to come to her house for Easter weekend. She also invited my father-in-law and mother-in-law, John and Corky. Whenever we are there, we always have a pizza party and movie night. I buy the pizza and rent whatever …

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  • Senate overrides veto; House to vote

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The Arkansas Senate voted Wednesday to override Democratic Gov. Mike Beebe’s veto of legislation that would require voters to show photo identification before casting a ballot. The Republican-led Senate voted 21-12, along party lines, to override the veto. There was no …

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  • Western Ark. DTF director dies during parolee pursuit

    CLARKSVILLE (AP) — Authorities say the director of a drug task force in western Arkansas has died after collapsing while chasing a suspect on foot. The Johnson County Coroner says 65-year-old Larry Johnson died Tuesday night after a foot pursuit in Clarksville. Coroner Todd McAteer …

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  • Concert benefits child care food program

    An award-winning, singer, songwriter, composer, performer, teacher and trainer will be the featured guest at a spring concert at the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville on April 25 with proceeds going toward Child Care Aware of Northcentral Arkansas and the White River Planning …

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  • Rescue dog aids teaching of students

    MOUNTAINBURG (AP) — A broken jaw, a dislocated shoulder and a past that most likely involved physical abuse can’t harness Nicolas. A sweet-natured, brown-eyed shih tzu, Nicolas is a rescue dog now owned by Sandy Heiss, a counselor at Mountainburg Elementary School. Each day, Nicolas …

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  • Lyon women place fourth in opener for spring golf

    Lyon Sports Information MAUMELLE — Three of the four Lyon College women golfers improved their scores on the second day of the Mustang Invitational at The Country Club of Arkansas, enabling the Scots to move up one spot in the final round and finish fourth …

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  • Lady Longhorns clip Lady Cougars

    VIOLA — The Viola Lady Longhorns defeated the Izard County Lady Cougars 5-2 Wednesday in a 1A 2-North District game. Molly Taylor struck out seven in a losing cause. Makayla Gross hit two for four with two runs batted in, and Alex King added one …

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  • Scots return to Top 25 in NAIA Div. I poll

    Lyon Sports Information KANSAS CITY, Mo. — After a 6-year absence from the national rankings, the Lyon College baseball team re-emerged on the ‘elite map’ on Tuesday, receiving 130 points and earning a No. 25 ranking in the first regular season NAIA Baseball Coaches’ Top …

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  • Lyon softballers sweep Stephens

    Lyon Sports Information The Lyon College softball team has changed paths and is now heading up the American Midwest Conference standings. Since Josh Hatfield took over the interim head coaching duties, the Scots have posted a 5-5 record and Wednesday afternoon they captured their fourth …

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