• Chili supper to benefit Cave City man

    CAVE CITY — A benefit for Mike Anderson of Cave City will be held Saturday at Cave City Middle School. A chili supper will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. in the cafeteria. An auction will begin at 7. Items to be auctioned include: …

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  • ‘Walk for Rhett’ set for Saturday

    STRAWBERRY — A “Walk for Rhett” fundraiser will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Strawberry school campus ball field. Rhett Massey is the 3-year-old son of Jeffery and Holly Massey. He is the grandson of James and Terrie Massey and Robby and Annette …

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  • New Hope to hold harvest sale

    New Hope Cumberland Presbyterian Church will hold its annual harvest sale and lunch Saturday. Lunch will be served beginning at 11 a.m. with the sale following at 1 p.m. Items to be auctioned include canned fruits and vegetables, homemade candies, cookies and baked goods, crafts, …

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  • Ozarka to present Michael Johnson in concert

    MOUNTAIN VIEW — The Ozarka College Foundation will host singer/songwriter Michael Johnson in concert on at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Ozark Folk Center in Mountain View. A celebrated guitarist, Johnson is well known for his songs “Bluer than Blue,” “This Night Won’t Last Forever” …

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  • Adult literacy classes offered in 26 counties

    LITTLE ROCK — Connect Arkansas, a project of Arkansas Capital Corporation, recently announced that more than 80 free adult digital literacy classes will be held at libraries in 26 Arkansas counties. The Adult Digital Literacy Program provides digital literacy training on a wide range of …

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  • Unbeaten BJHS bound for Paragould

    The Batesville Junior Pioneers and the Melbourne Junior Bearkatz are the only Guard-circulation area football teams traveling tonight, as Southside, Cave City and Cedar Ridge finish out their seasons at home. The 8-0 Junior Pioneers travel to Paragould to face the 4-4 Green County Tech …

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  • Bearkat win would secure playoff spot in 3A

    Hoping to continue their drive to the playoffs after a convincing 40-14 win over the Marshall Bobcats, the Melbourne Bearkatz will travel to Yellville-Summit to take on the 0-7-1 Panthers. “We’ve stressed to the guys you can’t underestimate anyone,” Melbourne Coach Kevin McCarn said. “We …

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  • The games – 10/31/13

    McCrory (4-4) at Cedar Ridge (1-7)  Kickoff • Friday night 7 The Jaguars travel to Newark as the Timberwolves celebrate Senior Night in their last home game of the season. The Jaguars are locked in a 3-way tie with the Marked Tree Indians and the Walnut Ridge Bobcats with a 3-2 record in the …

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  • Standing your ground or nanner nanner boo boo?

    I’m sure everyone is familiar with the Stand-Your-Ground law or, if you weren’t, you sure figured out what it was following all the media frenzy over the Trayvon Martin case. In basic terms, a Stand-Your-Ground law is a form of self defense that allows people …

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  • Why Millennials consider iPhone a basic human right

    What dictates your spending? Your current economic circumstances? Or the lifestyle in which you were raised? I grew up as the eldest of four kids in a house that only had one bathroom. I was raised on Spam. We never had money for vacations. My …

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  • Tarantulas look scary, but pose little threat

    Editor’s note: Lexie Sullivan wrote the following a few years back for a class she was taking. “I’ve seen two of these frightening critters this month and it made me think of this article,” she said. Sullivan is a former schoolteacher who lives in the …

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  • Man convicted for killing tot

    TEXARKANA, Ark. (AP) — A Texarkana man has been convicted of battery and aggravated assault in the death of his girlfriend’s 23-month-old son. Damian Ford was sentenced to a total of 62 years in prison Tuesday for the death 2012 of Christopher Peoples Jr. and …

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