• Thomas Langenback

    EVENING SHADE — Thomas David Langenback, 49, of Evening Shade died Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013. He was a freelance writer and enjoyed photography, collecting odd music, Star Trek, his family and his grandchildren. Survivors include his wife, Tami Langenback; a son, David Langenback of Tulsa, …

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  • Lyon wins, loses in soccer, v-ball

    Led by the spirited play of senior Stuart Bramley, the Lyon College men’s soccer put on one of its best performances of the season Saturday afternoon as the Scots handed 13th-ranked Hannibal-LaGrange its first loss in American Midwest Conference play and moved within one game …

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  • Melbourne, Batesville, Southside win at first Bearkatz Invitational

    MELBOURNE — Three circulation-area schools were well represented in the first Melbourne Bearkatz Invitational cross country meet Saturday morning. The host school won two of the team titles, and Batesville and Southside took the other two. Led by Summer Strecker, who finished first over the …

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  • Cousins team up for bass tourney title

    The one fisherman who wasn’t among the top six last September caught the big one Saturday morning, and it was the difference for the winning team of the Tommy Clark White River Bass Classic. Michael Holt boated a 4.23-pound largemouth and he and his cousin, …

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  • Tennis

    In high school matches played Thursday, Southside collected nine victories in a triangular match with Newport and Clinton at the Lyon College courts, and Batesville and Cave City split a dual match in Cave City. Following are the scores:   Girls Cave City 5, Batesville 4 Singles: Haley Cole …

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  • Sports Calendar

    Upcoming sporting events in Batesville and the surrounding area for Monday, September 30, 2013.

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  • Former President Bill Clinton to speak

    HEBER SPRINGS — It was and still is the biggest thing to ever hit town — the Greers Ferry Dam. Although it was built to control flooding issues, with it came jobs, tourists, a steady economy and a president who will forever be tied to …

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  • Woman recalls class trip

    The morning of Oct. 3, 1963 was a bit cool, but the sky was blue and the sun shining as Peggy Rounds remembers. It may have been a school day, but for students in Ernestine Burge’s history/government class at Southside High School, that day required …

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  • Police say man ingested meth on his way to jail

    Ingesting meth and foaming at the mouth landed a Batesville man in the hospital while he was en route to the jail. Independence County Sheriff’s Officer Zach Rawlins said he stopped 36-year-old Darrell Lynn Tate when he failed to signal while turning and Tate told …

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  • Gun found after man stopped for texting

    A Batesville man gets to keep his gun but he still has to appear in court after being in possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. Independence County Sheriff’s Officer Ernie Gillihan said he stopped 22-year-old Jonathan L. Reynolds Wednesday after he appeared to …

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  • Parking lot threats escalate

    A parking lot incident where a man allegedly pulled a gun is still under investigation. Independence County Sheriff’s Officer Randy Jones said he was called to a store parking lot on St. Louis Street to speak with Stephen Campbell, who said he was there talking …

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  • Road now open

    CAVE CITY — Sharp County Judge Larry Brown has announced that road and bridge repair has been completed on Girtman Road near Cave City.

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