Feb 4 2003 by Guard Staff
NEWARK – Learning to read is a life-altering accomplishment. Some children seem to effortlessly clear this hurdle, while many others stumble and fall.
Feb 4 2003 by admin
Furniture is an essential factor when transforming a house into a home and is a true reflection of one’s style and taste according to Betty Pearson, owner of the newly opened Pleasant Plains Furnit
Feb 4 2003 by Janice Fae Mitchell
Even though nations are still able to engage in self defense to protect their national security, the United States doesn’t want to go it alone, and having as many allies as we can would be the pref
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Toyota officials seeking the best location for a $750 million truck plant told Arkansas last week San Antonio was better than a site near Memphis because of Texas’ major truck ma
MELBOURNE – As tax season approaches, many taxpayers may be entitled to tax credits and deductions regarding higher education.
MAGNESS – The Magness Town Council will meet at 6:30 tonight in the city hall to discuss an application to the Federal Emergency Management Agency for reimbursement of some of the money spent in cl
PLEASANT PLAINS – The Pleasant Plains Planning and Zoning Committee will meet at 8 p.m.
Food Check-Out Day is a celebration of the bounty from America’s farms and ranches and how that bounty is shared with American consumers through affordable food prices, according to Helen Williams,
CONCORD – A $1,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the destruction of a Concord school bus, according to school officials.
Feb 4 2003 by Caryn Rousseau
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Gov. Mike Huckabee says Arkansas voters could make the final decision on plans to improve the state’s schools if the Legislature doesn’t take action.
The West Endowed Concert Series at Lyon College will feature The Baltimore Consort in a free performance at 7:30 p.m. Friday in the Bevens Music Room of Brown Chapel.