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Midland Elementary students make honor roll

FLORAL -- The following students at Midland Elementary School in Floral were named to the academic achievement list for the fourth nine weeks of the 2018-19 school year:
Kindergarten: Seth Barnhouse, Katee Cox, Kason Evans, Ella . . . more »

   

Cave City Class of 1959 featured in 2009 River Country section

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This "A Glance at Days Gone By" item ran in the Friday, July 31, 2009, River Country/TV schedule. The Guard news clipping and additional text were provided by James Landers.
The baccalaureate was held Sunday, May 17, 1959, with . . . more »

   

The following was compiled by the late Clyde McGinnis:
106 Years Ago
Dr. E. Adams, manager of the Model Pharmacy, has purchased a new up-to-date iceless soda fountain and will install it in the building now occupied by the . . . more »

   

Black River Technical College announces President's, Dean's Lists

POCAHONTAS -- Black River Technical College has announce the students who have been named to the President's and Dean's List.
To be eligible for the President's List, a student must be enrolled in at least 12 college credit hours . . . more »

   

The following was compiled by the late Clyde McGinnis:
106 Years Ago
The bridge across Miller's Creek on the Moorefield Road near Batesville has been condemned by a viewing party appointed by County Judge Scott and a sign has . . . more »

   

Weekend Events

Friday
Batesville Al-Anon Family Groups meeting, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 5:30 p.m.
"Welcome Home -- A Safe Place for Our Military" open share group led by veterans for veterans, sponsored by Celebrate Recovery, a . . . more »

   

The following was compiled by the late Clyde McGinnis:
106 Years Ago
One of the largest donations ever made to any church in north Arkansas was made yesterday by Col. V.Y. Cook when he deeded four lots on Main Street, valued at . . . more »

   

The following was compiled by the late Clyde McGinnis:
106 Years Ago
The convention of the state Sunday School Association will be held in Batesville in about two months, according to Mrs. J.B. stewart, secretary of the . . . more »

   

Finishing touches

Photo by Kris Caraway

The finishing touches have recently been put up on the outside of the new Intimidator Group's production facility on White Drive. Intimidator spokesperson Janelle Shell said that the 200,000-square-foot facility has been operational since Jan. 7. It houses the company's manufacturing, storage and shipping divisions and approximately 100 employees are based at the new location. Shell added that a grand-opening ceremony is scheduled for May 21 at 11:30 a.m.

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Battery, failure to appear top arrests

MELBOUNE -- Three people were arrested for battery last week, according to Izard County Sheriff Earnie Blackley.
Dawn Renee Heard, 34, of Oxford, was arrested Jan. 27 by Deputy R.C. Lenex for third-degree battery. Heard was taken . . . more »

   

Cave City School District will resume August 13

CAVE CITY -- Cave City School District will resume classes Aug. 13.
Superintendent is Steven Green.
Administrative assistants is Kim Carter, and assistant bookkeeper is Margaret Beever. District treasurer is Lisa Albertson.
The . . . more »

   

Photo by Lavonna Ables

Crystal Bozeman (middle of group), her sons Aaron (in the front) and Coleman Bozeman (on the right), her mom grandmother Veneicia Price (behind boys on left), and others make their way past the barns Tuesday night. They are in the Kripple Creek 4-H Club. Coleman and Aaron showed chickens and rabbits this year; their mom Crystal Bozeman was also in 4-H when she was in school. The other two boys are Price's grandsons, also: Zach Burns and Jacob Price. Club Leader Veneicia Price said they had been working in the 4-H food booth Tuesday night.

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'Bike Batesville' starts today

The Batesville Parks and Recreation Department is leading a Bike Batesville program free to the public each week for the rest of the summer.
Starting today, bike riders are invited to meet every Thursday evening in the south . . . more »