Feb 13 2003 by admin
By Karen Lynch
Guard Staff Writer
Feb 12 2003 by admin
PLEASANT PLAiNS – The Pleasant Plains Town Council heard monthly financial and law enforcement reports during a regular meeting Monday, said Mayor Rick Siler.
LiTTLE ROCK – More than 100 Arkansans gathered in Little Rock on Saturday to launch the effort to develop an encyclopedia of Arkansas.
Feb 12 2003 by Andrea Bruner
Batesville residents will be dipping into their pockets a little deeper to pay for a cable franchise fee and, possibly, for new address numbers around their homes.
Charles Miller ii, better known as Little Chuck, and the band Cash Hall will perform Thursday at independence Hall on the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville campus, according to
Feb 12 2003 by Guard Staff
The Arkansas Department of Health received a shipment of 8,000 smallpox vaccine doses last week, and plans are being made to give the vaccine to health workers who volunteer to be inoculated.
LiTTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Historic Preservation Program, an agency of the Department of Arkansas Heritage, will conduct a public forum in Batesville on Feb.
MELBOURNE – “Pride, teamwork make Melbourne champs” was the headline in 1973 when the Melbourne Bearkatz girls team led by Coach Wayburn Watson won the state championship.
A Horseshoe Bend woman faces child endangerment charges among others after a Batesville citizen called the independence County Sheriff’s Office Tuesday.
A pedestrian who was struck by a car in the Batesville Wal-Mart parking lot Feb. 4 is now undergoing rehabilitation at Rolling Hills Nursing Home at Southside, according to a family member.
OiL TROUGH – The Oil Trough Town Council on Monday approved the final reading of a mosquito control ordinance that increases the monthly fee to $2, said Amy Goyne, recorder-treasurer.
Applications are being accepted for 2004 United Way funding, Diane McSpadden, chairwoman of the Agency Relations Committee for the United Way of independence County, has announced.