Jun 14 2001 by admin
The Southside Smashers won the Ozarks Baseball Tournament in Harison last weekend, according to a news release.
Jun 14 2001 by Tom Withers
CONCORD, Ohio (AP) – Casey Martin admits it is sometimes difficult to take the high road.
PLUMERVILLE (AP) – A starting safety for the University of Arkansas football team was cited for driving while intoxicated after an accident on Interstate 40.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) – On his first dunk, Shaquille O’Neal caught Dikembe Mutombo in the face with an elbow. On his last dunk, O’Neal put an emphatic end to the 76ers’ final run.
After a shaky start to the season, the New York Mets are feeling good about themselves.
The National League champs just hope it’s not too late.
ROUND ROCK, Texas (AP) – A first-inning grand slam by Trent Durrington led the Arkansas Travelers to a 9-5 Texas League victory Wednesday over the Round Rock Express.
PITTSBURGH (AP) – The major topic of discussion at baseball’s quarterly owners meetings was familiar: what to do about the ever-growing disparity in revenues between the big market and small market
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) – Stanford has been hearing all season that it was too young and too inexperienced to get back to the College World Series.
Jun 14 2001 by David Germain
LOS ANGELES (AP) – Martin Scorsese wants television viewers to go widescreen.
Jun 14 2001 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – It’ll be up to the House speaker whether former Republican congressman Jay Dickey gets what he says he wants before he tries to reclaim the seat he lost last year, a national GOP
SPRINGDALE (AP) – Police in northwest Arkansas are looking for two men they say may have kidnapped and killed an 18-year-old Fayetteville woman.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Jim Pickens left a long-time utility company job this year, thinking he’d be temporary head of the state economic development agency.