• Jr. T-wolves aim for fast start

    The Junior Timberwolves are hoping to get out to a fast start and get their younger players in this 2A-3 District football game Thursday night in Newark, Cedar Ridge Coach Danny Brustrom said. The Augusta Junior Red Devil roster numbers just 24, only two are …

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  • BJHS travels to Wynne for 5A-East battle

    The Batesville Pioneers take their show on the road this week and travel to Wynne to face the 5-1 Junior Yellowjackets in a 5A-East District battle. The 6-0 Junior Pioneers exploded for 42 points last week against the undefeated Forrest City Junior Colts in a …

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  • The games – 10/16/13

    Heber Springs (4-2) at Southside (2-4)  Kickoff • Thursday night 5:30 They are scheduled to play a seventh-grade warmer at Stewart Field, then the Junior Southerners will host a stout looking Junior Panther squad. Coach Caleb Shock, a Vilonia High and University of Central Arkansas graduate who’s in his first season at the Cleburne …

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  • Willene Whitlow

    SAFFELL — Willene Bell Morse Whitlow, 72, of Saffell died Monday, Oct. 14, 2013, in Batesville. Born March 21, 1941, in Saffell, she was the daughter of Bert and Rosetta Mitchell Bell. She worked in logging and was a member of Mount Harmony Free Will …

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  • Betty Taylor

    Betty Jean Taylor, 73, of Batesville died Monday, Oct. 14, 2013, in Batesville. Born Dec. 4, 1939, in Batesville she was the daughter of Roy and Ruth Floyd Pearson. She worked as a head cashier at Kroger. She enjoyed reading and was a member of …

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  • Patricia Smith

    CABOT — Patricia Pearson Smith, 54, of Cabot died Friday, Oct. 11, 2013, at her home. She was born Nov. 23, 1958, in Canon City, Colo. Survivors include two sons, Frankie Landers and Chris Smith; her mother, Inez Dale Pearson; a brother, Duane Pearson; four …

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  • Maxine Warlick

    LITTLE ROCK — Maxine Clodell Cook Warlick, 91, of Little Rock died Oct. 1, 2013. She was a teacher, homemaker, seamstress, cook, pianist and artist who painted landscapes, portraits and china. She attended Henderson State Teachers College and Ouachita Baptist University, majoring in elementary education. …

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  • Edna Koonce

    MOUNTAIN VIEW — Edna Koonce, 91, of Mountain View died Monday, Oct. 14, 2013, at her home. Born April 23, 1922, at Blytheville, she was the daughter of Elbert and Oma Williams. She was a homemaker and a member of Mount Joy Church in Mountain …

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  • Sandra Jean Miller – Paid Obituary

    Sandra Jean Miller, age 74, of Harrison passed away peacefully Sunday evening, October 13, 2013. She was born January 25, 1939, in Northampton, Massachusetts, to the late Sherwood Paul Strange and Evelyn (Jacque) Strange. She was preceded in death by her brother, Ronald Strange. Sandra …

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  • Lady Pioneer volleyball victory in Wynne set up decisive match at home Thursday

    WYNNE — The Batesville Lady Pioneers will face the Paragould Lady Rams in a home finale Thursday night in Pioneer Gymnasium with a chance to share the 5A-East Conference championship. That was settled when the Lady Pioneers blanked the Wynne Lady Yellowjackets 3-0 Tuesday night. …

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  • NCAA Division II foe fends off Lyon v-ballers

    Lyon College battled NCAA Division II Southern Arkansas University toe-to-toe for most of the match in Becknell Gymnasium Tuesday night, but the Scots couldn’t overcome 34 attack errors as the Lady Muleriders escaped with a 3-1 victory in a non-conference matchup. The game scores were …

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  • Coach inks another top-rated student-athlete to help Lyon College restart football program

    HECTOR — Lyon College Coach Kirk Kelley recently signed Hector High School offensive lineman Jeff Proctor, a 6-foot-1, 285-pound offensive guard for the Wildcats. He joins the company of previously signed linemen, Batesville’s Garett Denton (6-3, 255) and James Trotter (6-3, 290), along with Cody …

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