Saturday (11/26) is Small Business Saturday, a day to celebrate and support small businesses and all they do for our community.Shop local this holiday season, and save some money in doing so.Here is a list of deals in Batesville valid on Small Business Saturday.Total Tech Connection – 38 S Main StreetFree Basic Set-up with the Purchase of a New Laptop or DesktopFlash Drive Sale – 20% off All In-Stock Flash DrivesHoliday Give-A-Way – Sign up for a chance to win an Asus Computer and other Great PrizesJen Saner Photography – 120 S Depot StreetSpend $75 on Gift Certificates and receive a $25 Bonus Gift CertificateBird in a Tree – 29 N Main Street20% off STORE-WIDE on Saturday, November 26thTwice Blessed Resale of Oldenburg Academy – 147 Batesville Shopping VillageAll Black Tag Clearance Clothing – 99 centsEvery Weekend: Free Hallmark Christmas Card with every $10 spentRomWeber Marketplace – 7 S Eastern AvenueSavings of up to 60% off retail prices on new, first quality furnitureOther vendors are having specials & sales on their new inventory itemsOpen Friday, Saturday & Sunday.
By Ben DeatherageCOTTAGE GROVE, Ore. (Aug. 9) – Cottage Grove Speedway hosted Cottage Grove Area Chamber Of Commerce/Pepsi Night at the races Saturday night.In the IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified feature, Kinzer Cox was the car to beat. Despite six cautions throughout the event, retained the lead after each restart.Although he has spent only a handful of nights in a Modified, Cox paced the field for the entire distance to collect his first career victory.
AB de Villiers remains undecided about his Test future after missing South Africa’s series defeat in England.The 33-year-old batsman missed the tour because he “needed a bit of time away from the game”.The Proteas unsuccessfully tried three different batsmen at number four in their 3-1 loss to England.de Villiers’ agent told BBC Sport nothing has been decided, but South Africa captain Faf du Plessis said he does not expect him to return.du Plessis, who had de Villiers as his best man at his wedding, said: “We spend too much time talking about if he is going to come back.“We have to move past the hope of his coming back and find someone who is going to fulfil that role. If he comes back it’s a huge bonus, but I don’t expect it.”de Villiers, who has more than 8 000 Test runs at an average of 50.46, has not played a Test since January 2016.South Africa’s next assignment is a home series against Bangladesh, starting on September 28.(BBC Sport)