• Holiday craft sale scheduled

    The 29th Annual Holiday Craft Sale sponsored by the Extension Homemakers Clubs of Independence County will be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Independence County Fairgrounds in Batesville. Breakfast will be available on …

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  • Hunter Allan Martin

    Derrick Martin and Jennifer McIntosh and AnnaBelle of Batesville have announced the birth of a son and brother at White River Medical Center on Oct. 23, 2013. The baby weighed 6 pounds, 3 ounces and has been named Hunter Allan Martin. Grandparents of the child …

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  • Toby E. Kramer

    Cody and Elizabeth Kramer, Racheal, Kambrea, Kendon and Noah of Bradford have announced the birth of a son and brother at White River Medical Center on Oct. 25, 2013. The baby weighed 9 pounds and has been named Toby E. Kramer. Grandparents of the child …

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  • More than 100 enter district fair horse show

    MELBOURNE — The recent Northeast District Fair horse show held at Melbourne had more than 100 entries, said fair board member Nancy Orr. The results are: Miniature ponies — Sherry Martin, first place; Lesley Jennings, second; Gwyneth Figgins, third; and Brinley Brink and Daniel Stapleton, …

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  • Illinois Bayou Park Wildlife Observation Trail to open

    RUSSELLVILLE – The city of Russellville has announced the grand opening of the Illinois Bayou Park Wildlife Observation Trail to be held Thursday at 10 a.m. The paved, level 2-mile, out-and-back trail runs along the north side of Lake Dardanelle, according to the Arkansas Game …

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  • Satire can make for unique Halloween costumes

    “The wife and I came up with so many Halloween costume ideas this year to satirize Washington politicians, but we aren’t sure which to choose.” “You speak of a relatively recent trend in which adults pick or create Halloween costumes that mock or satirize current …

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  • The Martians were coming, the Martians were coming!

    Ah, time passes faster than a flying saucer. So we blink and find that today marks the 75th anniversary of one of the most embarrassing incidents in American history. I’m speaking of the hysteria surrounding the CBS radio adaptation of H.G. Wells’ science fiction novel …

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  • Giving back? The NFL sees green in pink

    How do you feel about the NFL donating only 8 percent of pink gear sales toward cancer research? That’s according to Business Insider, who breaks down distribution of the money from sales this way: 50 percent goes to the retailer, 37.5 percent to the manufacturer, …

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  • BJHS perfect season on line in district finale

    With one district game remaining in what has been a season of perfection, the Junior Pioneers have a chance to go undefeated as the 5A-East District leader for the first time since 2010. The 8-0 Junior Pioneers travel to Paragould to face the 4-4 Green …

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  • Lady Pioneers loosen up, move up in volleyball Class 5A state tourney

    ALMA — The Batesville Lady Pioneers won 3-0 over the Morrilton Lady Devil Dogs in the first round of the Class 5A State Tournament for volleyball at Alma High School on Tuesday. The Lady Pioneers are scheduled to take on the Pulaski Academy Lady Bruins …

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  • Scots sign first running back

    GRAVETTE — The Lyon College football program picked up its first running back of the Class of 2015 when Scots Coach Kirk Kelley announced the signing of Gravette High School fullback and nose guard Cody Robinson. Robinson becomes the sixth signee for Lyon, which will …

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  • CofO fends off Lyon men in basketball season opener

    POINT LOOKOUT, Mo. — Chad Tapp, Lyon College’s new head coach for men’s basketball, has been saying for weeks that his Scots would be able to use Tuesday night’s season opener against the College of the Ozarks as a measuring stick. After a hard-fought 58-51 …

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