• AF Library presents artist of the month

    ASH FLAT — The Ash Flat Library has chosen Noel Mathews as its artist of the month for July, and his paintings are now on display at the library. Mathews, a retired chief petty officer from the U.S. Navy, began painting at the suggestion of …

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  • Carpenter named at Ozarka College

    MELBOURNE — Molly Carpenter of Ash Flat has been named director of public relations and marketing at Ozarka College. Most recently, she served as director of the Ozarka College-Ash Flat campus. Carpenter graduated from Arkansas State University in 2010 with a bachelor of science in …

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  • Rebekah Hughes

    Rebekah Renae Hughes, 44, of Batesville died Monday, July 1, 2013. Born Aug. 23, 1968, in Batesville, she was the daughter of Ocie Foy and Shelby Jean King Hughes Sr. She was of the Apostolic faith. Survivors include her parents; and three siblings, O.C. Hughes …

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  • Imogene Anderson

    NEWPORT — Imogene Anderson, 87, of Newport died Monday, July 1, 2013. Born Jan. 14, 1926, in Tuckerman, she was the daughter of J.A. and Nova Parmalee Perry. She owned a janitorial service with her husband for several years. She was a member of Emmanuel …

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  • Rusty Sherrell

    NEWARK — Michael “Rusty” Sherrell, 63, of Newark died Monday, July 1, 2013, in Batesville. Born Dec. 8, 1949, in Batesville, he the son of H.T. and Eloise Harris Sherrell. He married Nancy Bearden on June 23, 1972. He retired from Norandal in 2012 after …

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  • Bobby Massey

    MOUNTAIN HOME — Bobby Eugene Massey, 49, formerly of Batesville, died June 26, 2013, in Mountain Home. Born June 11, 1964, in Campbell, he was the son of Jennie Vee and Thomas Gerald Massey. He enjoyed music, the outdoors, camping, fishing and the Buffalo River. …

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  • Joe Clark Jr.

    LONOKE — Lonnie “Joe” Clark Jr., 57, of Lonoke died Monday, July 1, 2013, in a North Little Rock hospital. Born May 30, 1956, at Batesville, he was the son of Lonnie Joe Clark Sr. and Homer Jean Johnson Clark. He was self-employed. He enjoyed …

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  • Shoffner seeks delay

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Former Arkansas Treasurer Martha Shoffner is asking a federal judge to delay her trial over charges she steered state investments to a bond broker who paid her more than $36,000 in cash. Shoffner on Tuesday asked for a continuance in her …

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  • Apartment moratorium OK’d

    JONESBORO (AP) — Jonesboro city leaders  have approved a six-month moratorium on new apartment complexes in the city. The city council narrowly passed the moratorium Tuesday on a 6-5 vote. Mayor Harold Perrin cast the deciding vote. The resolution expires Jan. 16, 2014. It’s a …

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  • Lyon College mourns death of soccer player Barry Burse

    Lyon Sports Information Lyon College soccer player Barry Burse knew from the first day he stepped on the practice field at Lyon College in 2012 that he had his work cut out for him, but he continued to fight through adversity to become the best …

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  • Pioneers finish with win, loss in Clinton

    CLINTON — The Batesville Pioneers finished on a winning note here Tuesday night, defeating the Clinton Yellowjackets 8-2. Zach Langston led Batesville’s offense, hitting three for four with a triple and a run batted in. Taylor Moser added two hits, and Luke Davis, Trent Swaim …

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  • Lyon student shot, killed in Memphis

    MEMPHIS — According to a report on a Memphis television station website, a Lyon College student was shot and killed Monday afternoon. Barry Burse, 19, was taken to the Regional Medical Center in Memphis in critical condition and was later pronounced dead at the hospital, …

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