News of other days

November 11, 2008 Editor's note: This column ran previously in the Guard on Nov. 22, 1995. 73 YEARS AGO

Free memory screenings offered

November 11, 2008 Little Rock - Clinical Trials Inc. and Alzheimer's Arkansas will offer a free memory screening from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Nov.

Suddenlink adds three HDTV channels

November 11, 2008 To answer growing consumer demand for more high-definition television (HDTV) programming, Suddenlink has announced it is adding three new HD channels to its cable TV lineup in Batesville, according to

Mount Pleasant café reopens

November 11, 2008 MOUNT PLEASANT - The Bluebird Café, formerly Cindy's Café, at Mount Pleasant has reopened under new ownership and new management.

Truck, four-wheeler stolen; no suspects listed

November 11, 2008 When Kathryn A. Justice of 3600 Gap Road went to bed Wednesday night, her black Ford F-250 Supercab pickup was sitting in the driveway, but when she awoke Thursday morning it was gone.

Accounting degree changes former student’s life

November 11, 2008 At the age of 18, Jeffery Poff of Strawberry went to work on the line at ConAgra Foods. Poff stayed there for six years when he finally decided that he wanted more out of life.

Students to help break Guinness record

November 11, 2008 Students at Eagle Mountain Magnet Health Wellness & International Studies will be taking part in the third annual World Sport Stacking Association Stack Up! on Thursday.

Stevens named UACCB’s Academic All-Star

November 11, 2008 Kayla R. Stevens, 20, of Batesville was recognized recently as University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville's 2009 Academic All-Star.

Like Lincoln, FDR, Obama faces crises

November 11, 2008 WASHINGTON (AP) - All presidents are tested. Few walk into the Oval Office when the nation is in the throes of multiple crises.