Jan 3 2003 by Guard Staff
Concerns, reports and confirmation of the first human West Nile virus topped headlines in health matters for 2002, followed by apprehension and uncertainty for a mass immunization plan in the event
MELBOURNE – An Izard County couple face felony charges after allegedly purusing a man at a high rate of speed and firing a handgun at him.
Jan 3 2003 by admin
The name will change, but the services will remain the same.
LITTLE ROCK – People and projects in 11 Arkansas communities – including Batesville – were honored Dec.
Jan 2 2003 by admin
After parts of Arkansas had a white Christmas, northern residents prepared for some snow near New Year’s Day as well.
Jan 2 2003 by Larry Stroud
ASH FLAT – A twin dispatching system in Sharp County was consolidated into one central operation on Sheriff Dale Weaver’s first day in office.
Jan 2 2003 by Guard Staff
Amid traffic stops, investigations and courtroom appearances, the topic most discussed at the Independence County Sheriff’s Office was who would win the title as sheriff.
Paul Moffatt McCain, a former president of Arkansas College who was instrumental in the college’s move, died Wednesday in Clinton, S.C. He was 82.
Southside High School has received a much-appreciated Christmas present, according to Janet Davis, Environmental and Spatial Technology Lab facilitator.
Jan 1 2003 by Guard Staff
Close to a year after James Phillip Barton, 42, died after a scuffle with Independence County Sheriff’s deputies, Barton’s wife Barbara Barton filed a civil rights lawsuit Monday alleging his death
“We had a good year, and look for 2003 to be even more progressive,” Independence County Judge David Wyatt said about wrapping up 2002 in Independence County.
Education started out and will end on a shaky note in 2002 not only in Independence County but statewide because of a court ruling that Arkansas’ system for funding public schools was both inequita