Work progresses on expansions

August 21, 2007 Classes have begun in the Batesville School District but upgrades to two campuses are still under way.

Officer totals car

August 21, 2007 A deputy trying to read a text-message rear-ended another vehicle and totaled his police car Saturday night.

ISES rescue team trains

August 21, 2007 Upside down, 30 feet above the asphalt in the 105-degree heat, the emergency response team member was beginning to understand the true meaning of “extreme training.”

Aviation students have first class

August 21, 2007 David Rowlett was “downsized” from his job at White-Rodgers in Batesville. Ed Brown’s plant closed down in Augusta earlier this year.

News of Other Days

August 21, 2007 Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on Aug. 31, 1994. 73 YEARS AGO

Woman indicted

August 20, 2007 JACKSON MS — A former Ash Flat woman, Fransene Berry, has been indicted in Mississippi along with others in a house flipping scheme.

Cows hurt

August 20, 2007 A report of cattle being run down and one stabbed multiple times while trapped under a pickup led to the arrest of a Pleasant Plains teenager, according to Pleasant Plains Marshal Matt Thomas.

Math teacher finds Afghanistan a plus

August 20, 2007 Today is the first day of school in Batesville — and in Afghanistan where Katie Shaver, a Batesville graduate and a math teacher, will be starting her third year at the International School of K

News of Other Days

August 20, 2007 Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on Aug. 30, 1994. 73 YEARS AGO