Two jailed for alcohol

September 19, 2006 A Sunday afternoon drive ended with a Pleasant Plains man going to jail on several traffic charges, including driving while intoxicated, according to police records.

Rivers announces

September 19, 2006 EVENING SHADE — Henry “Hank” Rivers has announced he will be a candidate for the position of mayor of Evening Shade in the November general election.

One charged, others released

September 18, 2006 A rural Batesville man remains in jail after being formally charged with possession of methamphetamine with the intent to deliver and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to a court affidavit f

Izard County fair begins this week

September 18, 2006 MELBOURNE — The Izard County Fairgrounds will be buzzing with activity Thursday, Friday and Saturday with the 2006 Izard County Fair & Livestock Show.

Acclaimed novelist to speak at college Tuesday

September 18, 2006 The Washington Post calls Kevin Brockmeier a “thrilling” storyteller, The Chicago Tribune gave him its Nelson Algren Award, and The Oxford American named him one of the Best Writers of the

Museum celebrates 8th birthday

September 18, 2006 Old Independence Regional Museum dedicated the Oma Sherrill Clark Holding Room as it celebrated its eighth birthday Sunday. 

Election day is Tuesday

September 18, 2006 With Tuesday fast approaching, Cedar Ridge superintendent Dr. Ann Webb is encouraging patrons to go to the polls and vote for the proposed millage increase.

Ozarka has high numbers

September 18, 2006 Melbourne — Ozarka College has again exceeded its record for enrollment during the fall 2006 semester, officials have announced.

News of Other Days

September 18, 2006 Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on Sept. 28, 1993. 77 YEARS AGO