• Harper homers in first two at-bats, hears ‘MVP’ chant on opening day

    Josh Hamilton jumped into a cab, headed to Great American Ball Park and got all nostalgic. The Los Angeles Angels newcomer saw Cincinnati fans packed downtown and remembered making his big league debut in the same spot a while ago. “People are lined up in …

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  • Sports Briefs

    NCAA Tournament INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Louisville’s Kevin Ware was up and walking on crutches, and coach Rick Pitino said his player’s spirits have been boosted by the outpouring of support from friends and fans. Ware isn’t in any pain after a 2-hour surgery Sunday night …

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  • Kenneth Sheffield

    MELBOURNE — Kenneth E. Sheffield, 79, of Melbourne died Monday, April 1, 2013, in Batesville. Born April 14, 1933, in Melbourne, he was the son of Emily Sheffield. He was united in marriage to Nancy Jeffery on Jan. 9, 1954, in Calico Rock. He opened …

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  • Donald Griffin

    JUDSONIA — Donald Ray Griffin, 49, of Judsonia died Thursday, March 28, 2013, at his home. Born Nov. 2, 1963, in Kokomo, Ind., he was the son of Donnie and Geneva Williams Griffin. He was a member of Rocky Point Baptist Church and was a …

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  • Lois Taylor

    KENSETT — Lois Taylor, 103, of Kensett died March 25, 2013, at home. Born July 15, 1909, east of Heber Springs, she was the daughter of David W. and Connie Crook Magness. She was a teacher for 42 years in Cleburne and White counties. She …

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  • Easter at Grandma’s

    It doesn’t matter how old I get — the moment I walk into Viva Drive Church of Christ at Trumann, I’m transported back to my childhood. I spent many a Sunday morning and in the summer, a few Sunday and Wednesday nights as well, there …

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  • Can public business be ‘private’ conversation?

    The First Amendment protects our free speech from government control, punishment or interference — but when public officials speak freely through private e-mail accounts or mobile phones, are they free to ignore freedom of information laws? On one hand, they are paying from their own …

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  • Who are you letting into your head?

    Have you ever been infuriated by someone’s Facebook post? You’re not alone. One minute you’re mindlessly trolling pictures of your high school girlfriend’s nephew’s graduation, the next minute, someone’s political post makes your head spin. How could they possibly be so misinformed? Wrong question. The …

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  • Husband claims he was duped by wife who was born a man

    It’s not your usual court case.

    This one is a made-for-television movie with the husband demanding a divorce/annulment/declaratory judgment, whatever it takes, from the wife he says was born a man.

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  • Case ventures into uncharted waters

    The Abram vs. Abram case filed is a first of its kind for Arkansas dealing with a marriage between the same sex. Arkansas law does not recognize same-sex marriages and attorneys in the case are now at odds over whether the case should just be …

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  • Low family speaks out

    The family of Sara Low is speaking out against the recent decision to allow knives back on commercial aircraft. John Pistole, administrator of the Transportation Security Administration, said TSA agents will allow knives on airplanes as soon as Tuesday, but blades must be 2.36 inches …

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  • Sex offender charged

    A Level 3 sex offender has been charged with failure to register his address in Independence County. Independence County Sheriff’s Detective Lt. Mike Mundy said that a representative from the Arkansas Department of Human Services reported to the sheriff’s office Thursday that Larry D. Wilson, …

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