According to an affidavit that was ordered unsealed earlier this week, William Alma Miller has confessed to the murder of Rebekah Gould.
After more than 25 years, a cold case has been solved. The cause of the deaths of more than 70 bald eagles during the winters of 1994 to 1996 in and around Lake DeGray in west-central Arkansas has been resolved. The deaths of these iconic birds were big news during the time and I followed th…
White River Medical Center has announced its recognition as a 2021 Top 100 Rural and Community Hospital for the fourth consecutive year.
One of the first events to mark Batesville’s bicentennial year was Thursday afternoon, when a historic marker was unveiled to honor Elisha Baxter, Arkansas’ 10th governor, in Oaklawn Cemetery.
SALEM — In a case that spanned from the rural Arkansas community of Salem to both coasts, the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office spent thousands of dollars and hundred of hours working with the FBI to close a complex, convoluted case that resulted in a double murder in Alton, Mo. Angela Mack Cox…
The New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine at Arkansas State University will hold a free COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Batesville on Tuesday, April 13. The event will take place from noon to 4 p.m. in the Batesville High School gymnasium, located at 1 Pioneer Drive.
First Community Bank’s Chris Milum, vice president commercial lending, center, presents a donation to the Batesville High School Athletic Department coaches, Kelly Rush, at left, and Dave King. First Community Bank was the presenting sponsor of the 2021 Pioneer Classic baseball tournament he…
FAYETTEVILLE — Reviewing great Arkansas hitters of the Dave Van Horn 2003-present Razorbacks coaching era and it’s hard to think of many starting better than freshman right fielder Cayden Wallace of Greenbrier
Cougars defeat the West Side Eagles. 14-0, on the road today. The Cougars (7-2 and 1-1) had a combined 2 hit shutout on the mound by Noah Everett (4 innings) and Chase Orf (3 innings).
The state of Arkansas lost an icon in the coaching world Thursday morning. Dwight Lofton was a staple of his community of Forest City for over 30 years. He brought the town a 5A boys basketball state title in 2018.
FAYETTEVILLE — Call it the School of Hard Knox.
The Southside Lady Southerners dropped a heartbreaker to former conference foe, the Stuttgart Lady Ricebirds, Thursday afternoon. The Lady Southerners (5-6, 2-2) led by four with two outs in the top of the seventh. The Lady Birds tied the game and won in the eighth, 7-6.
43 runs seems like a week’s worth of runs for two teams. However, that is the combined total the Batesville Lady Pioneers and the Jonesboro Hurricane put up in just two and a half hour’s work Tuesday afternoon.