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Today In History

Tuesday, March 26, the 85th day of 2019. There are 280 days left in the year.
Today's Highlight in History:
On March 26, 1979, a peace treaty was signed by Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin (men-AH'-kem BAY'-gihn) and Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and witnes ... « more »





Families hunt for knowledge, fun at CRSP


Gary Exelby / Daily Press
Danica Guillot, 9, and Tanner Guillot, 6, admire the prizes they won during the Picture This Scavenger Hunt at Crowley's Ridge State Park on Friday, while park employee Courtney Sutherland looks on.

BY GARY EXELBY gexelby@paragoulddailypress.com
Crowley's Ridge State Park hosted a scavenger hunt Friday, but unlike most scavenger hunts, everyone who participated could win it.
"We actually had two scavenger hunts," said park assistant superintendent Mary Buchman

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Hoosiers hang on, eliminate Hogs


Associated Press photo
Indiana's Aljami Durham (1) puts up a shot against Arkansas's Gabe Osabuohien (22) during a second round game of the NIT tournament Saturday in Bloomington, Ind. Indiana won 63-60.

Associated Press
Associated Press
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Devonte Green recorded 18 points and 11 rebounds for his second career double-double to lead Indiana to a 63-60 win over Arkansas in the second round of the NIT on Saturday.
Green made two free throws with 6.1 . . . more »

Royalties for museums


Gary Exelby / Daily Press
Venus Allen, president of the Greene County Historical and Genealogical Society, visits with local author John T. Wayne during the author's book signing at the Greene County Library on Monday afternoon. Wayne said royalties from his book sales for this year will go to the U.S. Marshals' Museum in Fort Smith, while for 2020 they will go toward the Sultana Museum at Marion.

Third-party problems?

Dear Readers: Many stores sell items on their websites that come from third-party vendors. The vendor gets a larger customer base, and the retailers get to sell a broader range of merchandise. Win-win! But what if there's a problem with your order? . . . more »