• Marijuana found in forest

    BENTON (AP) — State and federal authorities say several marijuana plants have been seized from the Ouachita National Forest in Arkansas. The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission says its officers worked with the Benton Police Department, Saline County Sheriff’s Office and U.S. Forest Service to …

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  • Ex-officer draws prison term

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Federal prosecutors say a former Little Rock police officer has been sentenced to eight years and eight months in prison. Mark Anthony Jones was arrested in 2012. He pleaded guilty this year to one count of attempting to aid and abet …

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  • Veterans home cited for 3rd time

    FAYETTEVILLE (AP) — Investigators have cited the state-run veterans home in Fayetteville for its third violation this year, alleging a worker didn’t care for a patient’s wound properly. The state Office of Long Term Care said that, when the wound’s dressing was changed twice daily, …

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  • FS gets $1M grant for trail

    FORT SMITH (AP) — The Walton Family Foundation has awarded $1 million to Fort Smith to build a walking trail along the Arkansas River. City officials say the grant will be used to build a 2-mile section of the River West Trail from River Park …

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  • Love of music turns man’s life around

    DEWITT (AP) — “With the gift of forgiveness, I’m happy with who I have become” This is just one of the many lyrics written by Derek Clark about his life. Clark has a hellish story about his early years. His own father tried to kill …

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  • Dylan Brady – Paid Obituary

    Dylan Todd Brady, 19, passed away Monday, October 28, 2013, near Smithville after injuries he sustained in an automobile accident. He was born August 16, 1994, in Valporaiso, Indiana, to Todd and Lisa Reynolds Brady. He was a 2012 graduate of Hillcrest High School and …

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  • Ivoy Mildred Massey Magouyrk – Paid Obituary

    Ivoy Mildred Massey Magouyrk was born on October 29, 1921, at Locust Grove, Arkansas. She was the daughter of Grover Cleveland and Nora (Griffis) Massey. She died on October 22, 2013, at the Garland Nursing and Rehab Center in Hot Springs. She is survived by …

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  • John Rodman

    John Thomas Rodman, 53, of Ward died Monday, Oct. 28, 2013 in Searcy. Born March 5, 1960 in Bandmill, he was the son of Albert Steven Rodman and Glenna Faye Melton Rodman. He was a son, brother, father, provider and friend. He was a longtime …

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  • Pioneer offensive linemen taking care of trademark

    Anyone familiar with Batesville Pioneer football knows its success has been built on the strength of its offensive line, and the tradition carries on with seniors Jacob Lawrence, Garett Denton, Ryan Sanders, Cody Scrivner, Aaron Bristow and Colton Williams. Those six and the rest of …

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  • Lady Pioneers aim for winning change

    ALMA — So far, it all looks very familiar, but the Batesville Lady Pioneer volleyball team will try to make a big change tonight. Just like last fall, the Lady Pioneers won their Class 5A State Tournament quarterfinal, as did three other 5A-East District members. …

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  • Results completed for BHS harriers

    Following are the Batesville Pioneer and Lady Pioneer team and individual results from the 5A-East District Cross Country Meet in Paragould Tuesday, completing a brief report that was in Wednesday’s Guard. Based on their results, Tristen Driver, Trey Peugeot, Summer Strecker and Andrea Gayton won …

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  • Reaves falls in Overall tennis

    NORTH LITTLE ROCK — Hot Springs Lakeside’s Nick Bell defeated Cedar Ridge’s Spencer Reaves 6-1, 6-1 Wednesday in the first round of boys singles in the High School Overall Tennis Tournament at Burns Park. Bell lost 6-3, 6-4 in the quarterfinals to Little Rock Central’s …

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