News of Other Days

September 11, 2007 Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on Sept. 22, 1994. 73 YEARS AGO

Historian offers new insight

September 11, 2007 “A Matter of Justice: Eisenhower and the Beginning of the Civil Rights Revolution” (Simon & Schuster, 353 pages, $27), by David A.

Southside crunches construction numbers

September 11, 2007 SOUTHSIDE — Southside School District officials should be able to determine how much its new 600-student K-4 elementary school will cost by the end of this month.

Hunter finds stolen property

September 11, 2007 A squirrel hunter bagged more than he expected when he inspected the contents of a sleeping bag he found in the woods behind the Royal Order of the Moose on Brewer Hill Road north of Batesville Sunday

Man cited for drinking at local playground

September 10, 2007 A Batesville man was arrested for allegedly drinking beer at a local children’s playground Friday night, according to deputy Mike Price with the Independence County Sheriff’s Office.

Cave City board hires aide, OKs budget

September 10, 2007 CAVE CITY — The Cave City School Board accepted the resignation of Arkansas Better Chance preschool program aide Pat Anderson on Thursday, Superintendent Steven Green said.

Pulitzer winner to give Patterson Lecture Sept. 27

September 10, 2007 A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author who specializes in the coverage of teenagers and the adolescent years will deliver this year’s Patterson Lecture at 7:30 p.m. Sept.

Ozarka reports record amount

September 10, 2007 Melbourne — The 2007 fall semester is well under way and numbers so far indicate another record enrollment, according to Ron Helm, vice president of student services at Ozarka College.

Security tight at courtroom

September 10, 2007 Security was tight this morning around the 16th Judicial District juvenile courtroom, as proceedings get under way in an alleged hazing incident in Batesville this past summer.