Young guilty on all counts

January 11, 2007 ASH FLAT — One hour after jurors began deliberating the fate of William Franklin Young, they returned with a verdict: Guilty on all counts.

News of Other Days

January 11, 2007 Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on Jan. 21, 1994. 78 YEARS AGO

Lyon student art exhibit opens

January 11, 2007 Art students at Lyon College are creating works that are “filled with excitement and energy,” and an exhibition in Kresge Gallery will put a spotlight on that work.

Burglaries, thefts reported

January 11, 2007 Theft of electronic equipment from an office and power washing equipment from a shop building at M & A Jones Construction company may be an “inside job,” according to a report filed wi

Bloody man taken to jail

January 11, 2007 Responding to a disturbance call Tuesday night where a man was throwing his belongings into the yard, Independence County deputies were confronted by a man with bloody hands claiming he had been expos

Sharp County Web site gets facelift in ’06

January 11, 2007 ASH FLAT — Sharp County’s Web site at was revamped during the last half of 2006, according to county officials and Bob Lauer, who served as the county judge’s adm

New resources offered to UACCB students

January 11, 2007 Students at University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville who are undecided about their college major,  career goals, writing a resumé, preparing for a job interview or finding a

Frazier appointed UACCB interim chancellor

January 10, 2007 Dr. B. Alan Sugg announced this morning that Deborah Frazier will serve as interim chancellor at the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville effective Feb. 5.

Officers checking into fire

January 10, 2007 DESHA — A suspicious fire that might have started in multiple locations of a Desha home around noon Tuesday is under investigation by the Independence County Sheriff’s Office. 

Bad Boy building nets $400,000 grant

January 10, 2007 MELBOURNE—The Melbourne Industrial Development Corporation has received approval for a $400,000 grant to be used for improvements to the Bad Boy Mower building, formerly the Boeing plant.