Aug 13 2003 by Andrea Bruner
The Batesville City Council heard several reports Tuesday night, but acted on little business.
Aug 13 2003 by Larry Stroud
The Ozark Woodland Owners Association Inc. was presented with a $10,500 grant Tuesday at the Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce. OWOA president Thomas E.
Aug 13 2003 by admin
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A federal prosecutor asked for a delay Tuesday in the trials of a former prosecutor and two co-defendants accused of corruption.
Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Joshua D.
Aug 13 2003 by Guard Staff
Two men received sentences in Independence County Circuit Court Monday on battery and sexual offenses in unrelated cases.
Aug 13 2003 by Janice Fae Mitchell
The rain let up for one day and allowed an opening night crowd enjoy carnival rides, cotton candy and the first of 10 beauty contests Tuesday at the Independence County Fair.
HARDY – A new organization is offering hope to people who need immediate help in Sharp, Independence, Izard, Fulton and Lawrence counties.
Aug 12 2003 by admin
MELBOURNE – Every student at Ozarka College is acquainted with the individual in the Spotlight this week: finacial aid officer Joyce Goff.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Independence County has announced the election of six new board members as it begins its second year.
MOUNTAIN VIEW – The Ozark Folk Center State Park in Mountain View is the setting for author Radine Trees Nehring’s newest mystery novel, “Music to Die For.”
MOUNTAIN VIEW – A free, 2-night stay at a Mountain View bed-and-breakfast is the prize in the latest monthly drawing at Bed & Breakfast Inns Online, www.bbonline.com, according to a news release.
James Brazier of Batesville is announcing the start of GoNowPC.net, a nationwide Internet service provider.