Part of Porter to be paved

June 9, 2005 It's not another Chadwick Street-Dylan Lane fiasco, but a portion of a lane near Lyon College will be paved to allow access to a new duplex.

School funding to be revisited

June 9, 2005 LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The Arkansas Supreme Court, citing serious complaints by public school districts over alleged flaws in next year's state budget, said today it would review whether legislators re

School official may file lawsuit

June 9, 2005 NEWARK - A lawsuit may be in the cards. Cedar Ridge School officials learned Monday night they could be facing a legal battle from one of their own - Assistant Superintendent Nath Tumlison.

Commission denies lot size variance

June 8, 2005 The Batesville Planning Commission won't agree to construction of a house on a vacant lot at the corner of Edith and Ferrell streets unless the owner can purchase some additional land.

Planners don’t anticipate variances

June 8, 2005 The Batesville Planning Commission has decided it doesn't anticipate making any parking variances relating to the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department's widening of Harrison Street.

Antiques to be appraised at Desha

June 8, 2005 DESHA - Attention, those who are passionate about antiques and junking: Local antique businesses and the Desha Entertainment Complex have joined together to host "Ozark Junkin' in June."

Residents want Medlin rehired

June 8, 2005 CUSHMAN - Controversy over a recent decision to dismantle Cushman's marshal program turned Monday night's city council meeting into a firestorm as residents fought to reinstate former marshal Jim M

Sears robber suspected in other crimes

June 8, 2005 A serial robber may be responsible for the Batesville Sears robbery on April 10, along with several others in the area and authorities are stepping up their efforts to catch him, according to the I

News of Other Days

June 8, 2005 Editor's note: This column ran previously in the Guard on June 15, 1992. 89 Years Ago