• Janet Standridge

    FRANKLIN — Janet Lynn Pitts Standridge, 68, of Franklin died Monday, Nov. 25, 2013, in Salem. Born Aug. 9, 1945, in Watseka, Ill., she was the daughter of Leon and Mabel Ingle Pitts. She was a homemaker and a paraprofessional with Izard County Consolidated School. …

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  • RJ Gennings

    SEARCY — RJ Gennings, 89, died Monday, Nov. 25, 2013, in Searcy. Born July 2, 1924, in Batesville, he was the son of Hugh and Avy Mae Bray Gennings. He was a charter member of Trinity Baptist Church in Searcy. He was a retired lineman …

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  • Marvin Chavers

    Marvin C. Chavers, 71, of Batesville died Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013, in a Batesville hospital. Born June 30, 1942, at Batesville, he was the son of Carthel C. and Fredith Kimbrough Chavers. He was retired from White River Medical Center in Batesville with 28 years …

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  • Evelyn Goyne

    CONWAY — Evelyn Blevins Goyne, 79, of Conway, formerly of Southside, died Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013, in a Little Rock hospital. Born Jan. 17, 1934, in Oil Trough, she was the daughter of Acklon Andrew Blevins and Myrtle Foster Blevins. She was a homemaker and …

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  • Hankins Store nominated for national historical register

    LITTLE ROCK — The old Hankins Store at Oil Trough could join the National Register of Historic Properties. The Arkansas Historic Preservation Program’s state review board will meet at 10 a.m. Dec. 4 to consider seven Arkansas properties — including the Hankins grocery store — …

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  • Women cagers luring fans with bacon, beer

    A little thirsty? No time for breakfast? Need a ticket to the big game? Come on out and see the women play. From free beer and bacon to in-demand ducats, women’s basketball programs across the country are finding creative ways to attract bigger crowds. The …

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  • Defending Super Bowl champs get back in hunt

    BALTIMORE (AP) — For all of their shortcomings this season, the Baltimore Ravens are right in the middle of the playoff hunt. Even better, the defending Super Bowl champions created some separation between themselves and the hated Steelers by defeating Pittsburgh 22-20 on Thursday night. …

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  • Longhorns rip Raiders, stay alive in Big 12 race

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — After a 1-2 start, Texas coach Mack Brown was mocked for suggesting the Longhorns could win a Big 12 title. Nearly three months later, the league crown is still out there for the taking if Texas can get one more win …

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  • Sharp Co. voters to decide 1.5-cent tax

    ASH FLAT — Come March, voters in Sharp County will decide if they want to add another 1 1/2-cent tax to fund a new hospital. If they do, that means the county will be in the medical care business. The additional tax will be used …

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  • Newark: How to cook a turkey

    NEWARK — Students in Deena Bruce’s first-grade class at Newark Elementary share their tips on how to cook a turkey.   To cook a turkey. First you put it in the uvine for 24 awres then you take last you take it out uv the …

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  • How to cook a turkey – Sulphur Rock

    SULPHUR ROCK — Students in Melissa Baxter and Tammy Gallant’s first- and second-grade classes at Sulphur Rock Magnet Elementary share their own tips on how to cook a turkey this holiday season.   Ho to cook a turky. Frst you pik the fethrs off the …

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  • How to cook a turkey – Newark

    NEWARK — Newark Elementary first-graders in Lorie Craig’s class share their turkey-cooking tips.   We go and get a turkey. First we got all the met off. Second we cook it off. Third we cook it. Next we cook it 4 25 minutes. Last we …

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