• News of Other Days

    Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on Jan. 20, 1994.

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  • Football brings together people, plans at Lyon

    People, plans and football came together again at Lyon College Thursday afternoon. Early in his words about Lyon’s plans to reinstate football as an intercollegiate athletic program, Lyon President Dr. Donald Weatherman introduced George Bentz and Donald Hedden, who were teammates on the 1951 Arkansas …

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  • 5A-East coaches favor Pioneers in Hooten’s football magazine

    The Batesville Pioneers, Class 5A State Playoff runners-up last fall, are picked to win the 5A-East District by the district coaches, according to the 21st Hooten’s Arkansas Football magazine. The annual publication hit the news stands this week. It can be purchased for $17.99 at …

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  • Ranked golfers included in ASGA stroke tourney slated for Eagle Mountain

    At least one Top-10 golfer in the Arkansas State Golf Association points races will play this weekend in the ASGA Stroke-play Tournament at The Course at Eagle Mountain. According to a list provided by Lowen Lemrite, head golf professional at the course, John Tetens will …

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  • Southside camp to start Monday

    SOUTHSIDE — Southside’s 2013 girls basketball camp is set to begin Monday, according to a release by Southside Coach Malcolm Long. The 3-day morning camp is for girls entering grades 4-8 and will run 8 a.m.-noon. Late registration will be at 7:45 Monday morning. The …

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  • Concord to host golf benefit

    CONCORD — Concord High School will host the Concord Pirate Athletics 4-man Scramble Golf Tournament July 20 at Tannenbaum Golf Course in Drasco, according to a news release from Athletic Director Keith Cornett. The tournament is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. with a shotgun …

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  • Cavaliers pick Bennett No. 1

    NEW YORK (AP) — Anthony Bennett learned he would be making NBA draft history the same time as everyone else. “When they said my name,” Bennett said. “That’s when I knew it happened. I had no idea before.” Who did? The Cleveland Cavaliers surprisingly made …

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  • Williams, Stephens keep U.S. hopes alive at Wimbledon

    LONDON (AP) — At the moment, no woman seems capable of providing much of a challenge to Serena Williams on a tennis court. She’s won 33 matches in a row, and 76 of her past 79. If she wins five more this fortnight, as almost …

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  • Sports Briefs

    Pro football NEW YORK (AP) — The NFL told its teams that any player contract they enter into with Aaron Hernandez before charges against him are resolved won’t be approved without a hearing by Commissioner Roger Goodell. The league said the hearing would be to …

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  • Folk center marks 40th anniversary

    LITTLE ROCK — The Committee of One Hundred for the Ozark Folk Center State Park celebrated the folk center’s 40th anniversary on June 18 at the Historic Arkansas Museum in Little Rock. Members of the statewide organization were greeted with a live performance of traditional …

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  • A Glance at Days Gone By

    The little winners: According to the written material accompanying this photo, the Methodist Episcopal Church South at Cushman (a church on the Cave City Charge) has a just cause to be proud of the little folks in the picture. The class is known as The …

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  • Standing up for what’s right

    They are just learning to walk and talk. The older children are active in sports, spending hours texting friends and looking forward to a bright future. But wait. Not these children. These children have no future. They are not part of a world where they …

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