News of Other Days

June 6, 2006 Editor’s note: This column ran previously in the Guard on June 16, 1993. 95 Years Ago

New fitness center flexes muscle

June 6, 2006 After coaching college tennis for 11 years in three different states, Batesville Athletic Club owner Kel Lange decided to move his wife, Tracy, back home.

Flemmings honored for work

June 6, 2006 Pearl Lexion Flemmings, 72, a Batesville native, has earned the Outstanding Lay Person of the Year award for the work she has done in the lay organization within the African Methodist Episcopal Church

$20,000 raised

June 6, 2006 They wanted to bring people together in one effort, with one common goal, and that’s just what they did. 

Cedar Ridge to ask for 8-mill increase

June 6, 2006 NEWARK — An 8-mill increase will be on the ballot in September’s school election for patrons of the Cedar Ridge School District.  

Parents claim KKK problem at campus

June 6, 2006 CONCORD — Racial harassment and intimidation by a seventh-grade boy about Ku Klux Klan beliefs had several parents angry and asking hard questions in Concord Monday night. 

Robbery charges filed

June 5, 2006 Jeremy P. Page, 23, of Bethesda, in jail under a “no bond investigative hold,” now faces formal charges of aggravated robbery.

Suspect keeps changing story

June 5, 2006 A Wisconsin man has been formally charged in Independence County Circuit Court with several felonies.