Health field developer remembered

May 13, 2005 William "Bill" Huddleston, described as a pioneer in the health field, died Wednesday in a Little Rock hospital at the age of 70.

Program achieves recognition

May 13, 2005 A program in Batesville is the first in the state to earn an award, working eight years to achieve quality designation.

City seeking more money

May 13, 2005 The new Batesville City Council budget committee spent its first meeting reviewing sources of revenue - and discussing ways to capture more.

News of Other Days

May 13, 2005 Editor's note: This column ran previously in the Guard on May 21, 1992. 89 Years Ago

CV girl competing in national program

May 13, 2005 CHEROKEE VILLAGE - Rebecca Ann Fiedler, 9, of Cherokee Village is competing in the 2005 Miss Arkansas National Pre-teen Achievement Program today through Sunday in Fort Smith.

Newark suspends student

May 12, 2005 NEWARK - An eighth-grade boy, supposedly with a hit list on the Newark campus on Tuesday, has been suspended for 10 days.

Parks employees gear up for busy year

May 12, 2005 The new White River Amphitheatre is quickly becoming a main attraction for Batesville and the surrounding area, according to city parks director Randy Palmer.

Scholarhip honors first black graduate

May 12, 2005 An annual scholarship fund in memory of Lyon College's first African-American graduate, Mitcheal O'Neal Brown, has been established by Dr. Thomas and Hazel Carpenter of Batesville.