Old Fashion Sunday set

October 14, 2009 MOUNT PLEASANT — Cornerstone Baptist Church in Mount Pleasant will host an Old Fashion Day this Sunday. Visitors are welcome and old-fashioned apparel will be appropriate if one so desires, according to Charlie Fowler with the media ministry. Services will begin at 9:15 a.m. Lunch will be served immediately following services.There will be old-fashioned gospel music and preaching. For the youth, there will be games, horseback rides and wagon rides.The church is located at the junction of highways 58 and 69.

War Eagle Mill crafts fair to be this weekend

October 14, 2009 ROGERS — Local and regional artists and craftsmen will display and sell their goods during the War Eagle Mill Arts and Crafts Fair on Thursday near Rogers. Many of the vendors also give demonstrations of how they make their crafts.

Horns to hold reunion

October 14, 2009 CAVE CITY — The Horn reunion will be held Saturday at Cave City Community Center. A potluck will be served at noon, and the event is open to all friends and relatives.

Concord seeking city marshal

October 14, 2009 CONCORD — During a regular meeting Monday, the Concord City Council authorized the advertising for resumés for a certified law enforcement officer, Recorder-treasurer Jayne Pettit said.Concord Marshal Robbie Cooper has indicated he is leaving, although he has not yet submitted a letter of resignation, she said.

Input needed on lights

October 14, 2009 The Batesville City Council is looking for feedback on two downtown intersections with flashing lights.In July, the stoplights on Main Street were changed at the intersections with Third and Fourth streets to red flashing lights, which requires drivers to come to a stop before going on through the intersection.The Arkansas Highway & Transportation Department requires the flashing lights to remain in place for a minimum of 90 days. The city then has the option of taking them down and leaving the four-way stop in place, or turning the stoplights back on.

Pangburn man dies in crash

October 14, 2009 A two-vehicle crash on Highway 124 in White County claimed the life of a 66-year-old Pangburn man Tuesday morning.Arkansas State Police Trooper Tony Bowman said Carter I. Jones was going east on Highway 124 when he crossed over the center line on a curve and struck a 2005 Western Star tractor, causing Jones’1998 Ford to roll over several times, partially ejecting him.The driver of the truck, Murry C. Pate of Judsonia, was wearing his seat belt and wasn’t injured.

Flights returning to 4 Ark. cities

October 14, 2009 LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Scheduled airline service will return to four Arkansas cities on Oct. 26.SeaPort Airlines of Oregon will provide flights from Memphis to airports in Hot Springs, El Dorado, Harrison and Jonesboro. SeaPort is providing the flights through an Essential Air Service contract from the U.S. Department of Transportation.The airports in the four cities have been without passenger service since June 2008 when Mesa Airlines ended its service.SeaPort will use 9-seat Pilatus PC-12 single turboprop airplanes for the flights.

Play canceled

October 14, 2009 The one man play by Clayton Scott “Down in Littletown” and scheduled for Saturday at Lyon College Brown Chapel has been canceled and will be rescheduled.Anyone who has bought tickets for the event may return to where they bought tickets for a full refund.The reschedule date will be announced later.

Optimist club to meet

October 14, 2009 The Batesville Optimist Club will hold its regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Josie’s at the Lockhouse. Guest speaker will be Frank Hilburt, chief information officer of White River Medical Center, discussing the topic of electronic medical records.Members are encouraged to attend; guests are welcome. For more information about Optimists, visit www.optimist.org. 

Optimists to present Battle of the Bands

October 14, 2009 The Batesville Optimist Club will sponsor a Battle of the Bands at 2 p.m. Saturday at Riverside Park.“This is a great opportunity to enjoy some local talent and to support the youth in our community as well,” according to a news release from the club.There is no admission fee and food vendors will be on site.The line up of bands to date include Lost End, Brother Lead Feather, Lost Machina, Mayz End, Cool Kinda Nice, Rose Fire, Die on 3 and Wake The Fallen.For more information call Chris Black at (870) 793-2263.