Feb 19 2002 by Sharon Knight
If flood waters from the White River come rolling downstream, Batesville and Independence County will be ready to shut the floodgates, said Bill Hicks, director of the county Office and Emergency S
Feb 19 2002 by admin
FERNDALE – Arkansas teachers and students should lace up their hiking boots to participate in the 4-H Responsible Environmental Stewardship Quest at the C.A. Vines 4-H Center in Ferndale.
The Batesville School Board will meet at 5:30 tonight in the high school library, according to Ted Hall, superintendent.
Osceola Lady Seminoles (11-1, AAAA-East District; 18-5, overall) vs. Batesville Lady Pioneers (8-4, 16-7) at Pioneer Gym, 6 p.m.
College baseball: Harding at Lyon, 1 p.m.
Rulon Gardner gave the blanket covering his damaged toes the same kind of stare he had used hundreds of times on his way to an Olympic gold medal.
MELBOURNE – Ozarka College is accepting applications for the Kerry Evans and Family Scholarship, according to a release.
NEWPORT – Arkansas State University-Newport is seeking comments from the public about the university in preparation for an evaluation by its regional accrediting agency, according to a release.
Larry J. Jordan of Newport, a Modern Woodmen of America district manager, has earned membership in that organization’s 2001 District Manager Round Table Inner Circle.
Donald and Agnes Hyatt of Batesville will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a drop-in reception on Saturday, Feb. 23.
STARKVILLE, Miss. – Jessica G. Ward of Newark is a President’s Scholar for the 2001 fall semester at Mississippi State University, according to a news release.
MELBOURNE – Ozarka College is currently taking applications for its Physical Therapist Assistant program for the fall, according to a press release.
Deadline to apply is March 8.