• Honor Rolls – Batesville Junior High, Cedar Ridge High, Southside High

    Batesville Junior High The students listed below made the honor roll for the first nine weeks of the 2013-14 school year at Batesville Junior High School, according to a news release: Seventh: all A’s — Clayton Bernard, Abigail Catacutan, Jonathan Clark, Olivia Clark, Alley Edwards, …

    Read More

  • News of Other Days

    Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on June 27, 1994.

    Read More

  • Flippin boat manufacturer adding aluminum model

    FLIPPIN (AP) — A venture by Ranger Boats into the aluminum boat market marches on with a roll-out scheduled next month for two V-hull models. Ranger Boats President Randy Hopper says most of 370 boat dealers in the Fishing Holdings LLC organization have taken quickly …

    Read More

  • Keith Hendrix

    Calico Rock — Keith Lee Hendrix, 29, of Calico Rock died Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013, in Springfield, Mo. Born Oct. 25, 1984, in Calico Rock, he was the son of David Allen Branscum and Tina Melissa Hendrix Branscum. He married Suzette Staggs on June 15, …

    Read More

  • Wallace Jackson Stanley Jr. – Paid Obituary

    Wallace Jackson Stanley Jr., faithful husband, loving father and dedicated servant of the Lord, was gathered to his eternal rest on Sunday, December 1, 2013, in Batesville, Arkansas, at the age of 73 years, seven months and 25 days. Known affectionately as “Brother Jack” or …

    Read More

  • Death by cows

    There are only five reasons that can be listed as a cause of death, but I want an exception made for my Dad: Death by cows. They are going to be the end of him, one way or another. His latest escapade happened the day …

    Read More

  • Letters to the Editor

    Poultry industry will boost county, not hinder lifestyle Dear editor: I have lived in Independence County my entire life, most of it outside the city limits of Batesville. I have always been involved in rural farm life. I love being in the country and the opportunities that it brings. I was raised …

    Read More

  • Jimmy Driftwood wrote songs for history students

    The Ozark Mountains region has produced many talented and celebrated musicians over the last several decades. Perhaps one of the most clever was Arkansas’ own Jimmy Driftwood. Born James Morris in Stone County in 1907, he grew up with modest means in a farming family …

    Read More

  • Pioneers keeping eyes on Devil Dogs

    While everybody else seems to be watching the weather forecast, the Batesville Pioneers are focusing on preparations for their Class 5A State Playoff football championship game with the Morrilton Devil Dogs, Batesville Coach Dave King said. The 11-2 Pioneers and 11-2 Devil Dogs are scheduled …

    Read More

  • Concord golf state champ signs with CBC Mustangs

    CONCORD — Familiarity is the connection between Concord High School golf star Luke Cornett and the Central Baptist Mustangs, and the 2-time Class 1A State Tournament champion signed a letter of intent this morning to attend the school in Conway. “I know a couple of …

    Read More

  • Harding Academy rules with ‘D’ in Pioneer Gym

    Defense and Harding Academy Wildcats ruled Tuesday night in Pioneer Gym. The Lady Wildcats didn’t shoot very well, but they got plenty of extra opportunities with turnovers and offensive rebounds. The end result was a 41-21 victory, keeping the Lady Wildcats unbeaten and the Batesville …

    Read More

  • ‘Toy Toss’ to highlight festivities at Becknell Gym on Friday night

    Basketballs and fur will both be flying at Becknell Gymnasium Friday night when the Scots host the first Lyon College Furry Frenzy Toy Toss and Park University in women and men’s basketball teams in American Midwest Conference action. The event is being organized by the …

    Read More

Page 58 of 65« First...304050«5657585960»...Last »