• $500 prize fish caught

    HOT SPRINGS – The second time proved the charm for retired horse trainer Carlos Nanez. He recently landed a $500 walleye in the 2013 $60,000 Hot Springs Fishing Challenge. Nanez’s catch was the eighth prize fish landed so far in the Challenge. However, it was …

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  • News of Other Days

    Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on Jan. 18, 1994.

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  • Baby distracts robbery victim

    JONESBORO (AP) — Jonesboro Police said Tuesday a couple used a newborn baby to distract an elderly woman and steal jewelry from her home. Authorities said the victim was suspicious of the visitors but visited with them outside while they smoked. The man said he …

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  • Christopher Farris

    CAVE CITY — Christopher Farris, 27, of Cave City died Friday, June 21, 2013, at Cave City. Born Dec. 20, 1985, at Aurora, Ill., he was the son of Charles Daniel Farris Sr. and Debra Ann Pace Farris. He was a mechanic and was of …

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  • Vera Minter

    CAVE CITY — Vera Elaine Minter, 84, of Cave City died Saturday, June 22, 2013, in Cave City. Born Oct. 27, 1928, at Patterson, Mo., she was the daughter of Eli and Lillian Redford Hunter. She was a homemaker and a member of Eastside Southern …

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  • Edith Bradley

    TUCKERMAN — Edith McManners Huskey Bradley, 91, of Tuckerman died Tuesday, June 25, 2013. Born Jan. 16, 1922, in Flippin, she was the daughter of Ad and Della Spears McManners. She was a member of Tuckerman Assembly of God and enjoyed cooking, gardening and the …

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  • Teresa Wiles

    Teresa Yvonne Wiles, 58, of Batesville died Monday, June 24, 2013, in a Batesville hospital. Survivors include her mother, Virginia Wiles of Hardy; two brothers, Raymond Wiles of Hardy and Westley Wiles; three sisters, Alta Carroll of Hardy, Neila Pippins of Russellville, Mo., and Darla …

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  • Walter “Bill” May – Paid Obituary

    Walter “Bill” May, 81, of Greenbrier, Arkansas, passed from this life on June 23, 2013. He was born on April 12, 1932, in Springhill to the late Earl and Alberta May. Bill was an army veteran, served in the Korean War, a life member of …

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  • Melbourne diamondmen win tourney

    SALEM — Melbourne held off Mammoth Spring for an 8-7 victory in the Ozark Tri-County Cal Ripken Minor League Tournament championship game at Preacher Roe Park here Friday. The baseball team of 11- and 12-year-olds is one of nine in the league, which also includes …

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  • Locals help tennis team win state tourney title

    NORTH LITTLE ROCK — Two Batesville men helped a North Little Rock team win the Arkansas Tennis Association 4.0 State Tournament championship at Burns Park last weekend. John Shellenberger teamed with Mark Willis of Fort Smith to win four doubles matches and Danny Cole won …

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  • Lyon to announce return of football

    Sixty-four years later, the Lyon College Scots will field a football team. That, according to information in this morning’s Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, will be the subject of a press conference Thursday afternoon at 1 in Edwards Commons. In a news release this morning, Lyon College Sports …

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  • Central Arkansas plans to light 2 sports complexes

    CONWAY (AP) — The University of Central Arkansas has decided to put up lights at its track and soccer complex so it can host evening events. The school’s trustees voted Monday afternoon to spend around $190,000 to install the lights. The track and field area …

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