Feb 26 2003 by admin
MELBOURNE – Ozarka College Student Services department is led by this week’s spotlight feature, Ron Helm.
CONWAY – The Arkansas Department of Emergency Management urges Arkansans to stay calm regarding the increased threat level for terrorism in the United States, but to prepare themselves and their fa
The February meeting of Xi Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma Society International was at Batesville’s West Elementary School.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
Arthur Montgomery, supervisor of the Arkansas Employment Security Division in Batesville, spoke at the Lyon College Black Students Association’s annual Black History Month Banquet Feb. 15.
Deputies with the Independence County Sheriff’s Office stopped a speeding vehicle Tuesday evening around 8 on Highway 167 just north of Batesville.
Feb 26 2003 by Andrea Bruner
It was more of the same today for area highway workers, law enforcement officers, motorists and students, as snow and sleet fell across east and central Arkansas Tuesday night.
By Karen Lynch
Guard Staff Writer
A man who told officers methamphetamine was being sent to him by mail was sentenced Monday to the Arkansas Department of Correction.
Feb 26 2003 by Craig Ogilvie
Travel writer forArkansas Department of Parks and Tourism
Independence County Treasurer Charles Barnett completed the Arkansas County Treasurer Certification Program workshop Feb.
Feb 25 2003 by Matt Kelley
WASHINGTON (AP) – U.S. warplanes bombed surface-to-surface missile systems in northern Iraq and surface-to-air missiles in southern Iraq today, the U.S. military said.
Feb 25 2003 by Kelly Wiese
LiTTLE ROCK (AP) – A Senate committee vote on legislation that would limit damages in medical malpractice and other civil lawsuits could happen as early as Wednesday.