• Club News

    United Daughters of the Confederacy The Albert Sidney Johnston Chapter #135, United Daughters of the Confederacy, held its October meeting in the Citizens Bank Annex. President Sherrie Stagner called the meeting to order and welcomed members. She led the ritual and summarized the President General’s message …

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  • Light ’em up … or not

    Have you ever had one of those months, weeks, days, minutes in which you thought you could use a cigarette? It seems to be the story of my life here lately and what’s worse is that I’ve never smoked a day in my life, have …

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  • Explosion was unlucky for many

    When the Union gunboat, Mound City, exploded during a Confederate attack at St. Charles, Ark., in June 1862, it was called a “lucky” shot. About 150 sailors were killed or severely wounded in what is often called the most destructive single shot of the Civil …

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  • Hey, FDA, mind your own business

    One of the first things I learned in my health care career is that pain is very subjective. Different people experience different levels of pain in different situations. Because of this, I was taught that we cannot take a cookie-cutter approach to pain management and …

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  • Pioneers handle Eagles, get help with other matters

    The Batesville Pioneers handled the Greene County Tech Eagles 42-7 Friday night in Pioneer Stadium, while something out of their hands resolved other matters. The Pioneers clinched a share of the 5A-East District high school football title on their own. The Nettleton Raiders’ 32-13 win …

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  • ’Katz hammer Panthers, qualify for Class 3A grid state playoffs

    YELLVILLE — The Melbourne Bearkatz advanced to the high school football playoffs Friday in only their second year of fielding a varsity squad by crushing the Yellville-Summit Panthers 44-20. The Bearkatz improved to 4-2 in the 3A-1 District and are tied with the Elkins Elks, …

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  • Scot men clinch soccer tourney berth

    HENDERSON, Tenn. — The opportunity to qualify for the American Midwest Conference Postseason Tournament came down to the final game of the regular season for the Lyon College men’s soccer team and the Scots came through with a 1-1 tie with Freed-Hardeman to claim the …

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  • Sports Calendar

    Upcoming sporting events in Batesville and the surrounding area for Monday, November 4 – Tuesday, November 5, 2013.

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  • Roark fires in 43 as Bucs rout ’Birds

    GUY — Jacob Roark hit for 43 points and grabbed 13 rebounds Friday to lead the unbeaten Concord Pirates over the Guy-Perkins Thunderbirds 96-80. Ethan Hebert added 29 points and 13 rebounds for the winners, and Hanse Bowman chipped in 19 points. The Lady Thunderbirds …

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  • Johnson wins in Texas, takes points lead

    FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Jimmie Johnson is the leader again in the Chase for the Sprint Cup title after a dominating victory Sunday at Texas Motor Speedway. The 5-time Cup champion knows all too well that his 7-point lead over Matt Kenseth is far …

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  • Dennis Henry

    HARDY — Dennis Ray Henry, 55, of Hardy died Monday, Oct. 28, 2013 in Hardy. Born April 1, 1958 in Mammoth Spring, he was the son of Floyd Henry and Josephine Glapenske Henry. He was retired. Survivors include a brother, Wayne Henry of Oswego, Ill.; …

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  • Bennie Adams

    HEBER SPRINGS — Bennie Adams, 69, of Heber Springs (formerly of Evening Shade) died Thursday, Oct. 31, 2013 at his home. Born Jan. 2, 1944 at Batesville, he was the son of Benjamin Franklin Adams and Audley Claxton Adams. He was a retired school teacher …

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