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Arkansas drops 4,100 more from Medicaid over work rule

Sheriff: County jail beyond repair

Stolen vehicle leads to arrest

James Ives

James Ives, age 65, of Batesville, Arkansas, passed away on. . .

He was born April 9, 1929.

Bob was a veteran of World War II serving in the U.S. Navy. He. . .

Robert Wright

Robert Dale Wright, 89, of Cherokee Village died Oct. 14,. . .

Helen Pierce

Helen Janice Pierce, 82, of Advance, Indiana, passed away on. . .

Veda Fulbright

Veda Marie Fulbright, 100, of Apopka, Florida, died Sunday, Oct.. . .

Juvenile detention center is first in state to implement residential foster dog program

Photo by Andrea Bruner

Lt. Frances Bates plays with Farmer at the facility.

Farmer isn't the first to arrive at the juvenile detention facility scared and unsure of who he could trust, wondering what was going to happen to him next, but he is the first resident there with four legs instead of two.

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Lady Pioneers move on in district tourney

Scott McDonald

Batesville's Carlee Swaim serves the ball during the Lady Pioneers sweep of Blytheville a few weeks ago at home.

JONESBORO -- The Batesville Lady Pioneers earned a berth to start tournament play on Monday when the swept the Southside Southerners for the third tie this season, this time in the quarterfinals of the 4A-Northeast District. . . more »

Junior firefighters give back

Photo submitted

Union Hill-Thida junior firefighters Natasha Hightower and Robert Chambliss recently donated $200 to the Cedar Ridge Food Pantry at Oil Trough. Not pictured is Reba Hollaway, who accepted the donation on behalf of the organization.

Facebook's anarchy may be its downfall

I use it, but I hate it.
That's how I feel about Facebook.
Unlike most things you hate, it's actually pretty difficult to just ditch Facebook.
Because it (and to a lesser or equal extent, Twitter) has become integral to how we stay in touch. . .

October 2018