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Air separation plant to be built in Lewisville

Ground is to be broken next week for a facility in southwest Arkansas that will produce liquid oxygen and nitrogen for area industries, Linde North America announced Thursday. The plant will be on 26 acres in Lewisville and will employ … Continue reading

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Former SAU baseball player killed in Louisiana shooting

Two sheriff’s deputies in Louisiana were shot to death and two others were injured in an early morning shootout west of New Orleans, authorities said Thursday. The sheriff in St. John the Baptist Parish said five people are in custody. … Continue reading

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SAU student interns with NFL team

Darrell Gray, an athletic training student at Southern Arkansas University, has spent the summer serving an internship with the NFL’s Detroit Lions. Gray applied for, and then received notification this past spring that he had been accepted as an intern … Continue reading

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Steel Magnolias selling new cookbook

The Steel Magnolias Breast Cancer Support Group members are shown looking over its third cookbook since the group organized in 1997. The cookbook may be purchased for $20 from local and area businesses and banks as well as from Steel … Continue reading

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SAU names new golf coach

James “Coach” Robertson has been named the new men’s and women’s golf coach at Southern Arkansas, following the passing last month of former coach Leonard Biddle. Robertson comes to SAU from Warner Pacific College in Portland, Ore., where he had … Continue reading

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SAU to induct eight in Sports Hall of Fame

Southern Arkansas University announces its 10th Sports Hall of Fame class which includes eight members that will be inducted Friday, October 19, at 6:30 p.m. at the annual banquet in the Grand Hall of the Donald W. Reynolds Campus and … Continue reading

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Trooper fired over Michael Dyer traffic stop

The Arkansas State Police trooper who found a gun and marijuana during a traffic stop of then-Arkansas State running back Michael Dyer has been fired. The agency on Thursday released a termination letter sent to Cpl. Royce Denney, who is … Continue reading

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Harrison, Cox enter not guilty pleas

Robert Harrison, 32, of Emerson, was arraigned today in Columbia County Circuit Court before Circuit Judge Larry Chandler, and entered a plea of not guilty. He is charged with capital murder, residential burglary, and theft of property (firearm) under $2,500 … Continue reading

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High water temperatures causing concern on Little Red River

High water temperatures on the Little Red River below Greers Ferry Dam are causing concern for Arkansas Game and Fish Commission biologists. The high temperatures have the potential to cause serious harm to the popular trout fishery. Tuesday, the AGFC … Continue reading

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Muleriders report to practice next week

Fourth-year Southern Arkansas Mulerider Coach Bill Keopple has his charges reporting for fall practice Wednesday, August 8, as they begin preparation for the 2012 football season. The team will go through physicals and attend meetings that Wednesday before concluding the … Continue reading

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