• David Robert Hunter

    David Brinkman and Melody Hunter, Aiden and Ariánna of Mount Pleasant have announced the birth of a son and brother at White River Medical Center on Nov. 3, 2013. The baby weighed 6 pounds, 4 ounces and has been named David Robert Hunter.

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  • ‘Cloud seeding’: Rain for sale

    With its never-ending need to control everything, man has figured out a way to control the weather and as typical of man — make money from it. Scientists have not only figured out how to make clouds produce more rain and snowfall, but reduce the …

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  • Collin Michael Ivy

    Amber and William Ivy of Mountain View and Kaden and Vincent have announced the birth of a son and brother at White River Medical Center on November 4, 2013. The baby weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces and has been named Collin Michael Ivy. Grandparents of …

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  • JFK: An uncluttered commemoration

    In 1971 when Granny Tyree passed away, her belongings included a scrapbook of World War II editorial cartoons, a freezer container labeled (yum!) “strawberries” (but containing turnips!) and a little book in which she had jotted down her own poems and grandchildren’s witticisms. One of …

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  • Letters to the Editor

    Happy with Veterans Day coverage To the Batesville Daily Guard Staff: On behalf of the American Legion, Jenkins-Henderson Post 114, I would like to extend a heartfelt “Thank You” to all of you for providing such wonderful coverage on all the Veteran’s Day ceremonies that …

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  • Pioneer seniors join ‘learn & return’ winning legacy

    Webster’s New College Dictionary defines legacy as “Something handed down from an ancestor or from the past.” Pioneer football seniors Joey Rodriguez, Jalen Haynes, Eli Childress and Raleigh Jeffrey have done the receiving and the giving. Going into the Pioneers’ Class 5A State Playoff game …

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  • Donald W. Reynolds left strong legacy in Arkansas

    One of the most commonly seen names in science and education efforts in Arkansas belongs to a man who actually spent very little time in the state. Donald W. Reynolds built a newspaper and media empire but turned to charity in his later years, building …

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  • Lots of hope, hard work carry ‘Katz into playoffs

    In only their second season of experiencing “Friday Night Lights” and after six years of constant practices and battles against junior high and senior junior varsity teams, four Melbourne Bearkat seniors used a single word to describe the initial reaction to their season. Hope. Kyler …

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  • Riverview, Cave City to play for both titles of FCB hoops tourney

    SOUTHSIDE — The Riverview junior boys and girls and the Cave City Junior Cavemen advanced to the finals Thursday in the First Community Bank Junior High Basketball Tournament, joining the Junior Cavewomen who won their semifinal Wednesday. The Junior Lady Raiders are scheduled to tip …

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  • Pioneers, ’Katz target fast starts

    One will try to keep on keepin’ on, and another will try for a great start. Tonight, in first-round Arkansas high school playoff games in Batesville and Melbourne, the Batesville Pioneers will began another effort for a state championship, and the upstart Melbourne Bearkatz will …

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  • Ga. Tech can’t stop No. 8 Clemson

    CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — Georgia Tech didn’t see anything from No. 8 Clemson the Yellow Jackets hadn’t spent nearly two weeks working on. Turns out, they just couldn’t stop the Tigers. Tajh Boyd threw for 340 yards and four touchdowns to break Philip Rivers’ Atlantic …

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  • Sports Calendar

    Upcoming sporting events in Batesville and the surrounding area for Friday, November 15 – Saturday, November 16, 2013.

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