News of Other Days

July 18, 2006 Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on July 28, 1993. 95 Years Ago

McQuarry wins gold at National Special Olympics

July 17, 2006 Special Olympics was born in 1968, along with Batesville’s most decorated Special Olympian, David “Superdave” McQuary, who recently won gold at the first National Special Olympics Ga

News of Other Days

July 17, 2006 Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on July 27, 1993. 95 Years Ago

Bairds sentenced

July 17, 2006 LITTLE ROCK — A Sharp County couple was sentenced Friday for their roles in a mail fraud scheme related to the sale of dogs and cats to research facilities across the nation, Bud Cummins, U.S.

Officials object to speed limit

July 17, 2006 CONCORD — The speed limit through Concord has become an issue after the State Highway & Transportation Department recently raised the limit to 40 miles per hour without consulting city offic

Lloyd Gathright: The story continues

July 14, 2006 In my previous article last fall I wrote about my first meeting with Lloyd Gathright. He was walking through our neighborhood and my wife Pat and I wondered what he was trying to find.

New letters pronounced ‘Caveman’

July 14, 2006 CAVE CITY — Former Cave City superintendent Bobby DePoyster loved the motivational speaker Zig Zigler, so he named the school radio station after him.

News of Other Days

July 14, 2006 Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on July 26, 1993. 95 Years Ago

Bradford man free on $25,000 bond

July 14, 2006 A Bradford man is free on a $25,000 bond after he was arrested and formally charged with felony breaking and entering and theft of property.

93-year-old still attends VBS

July 14, 2006 SULPHUR ROCK — For the past 10 years, Margie Brown, her daughter Zelpha Bates and 15 others have met for their adult class of vacation Bible school at Sulphur Rock Baptist Church.