Oct 4 2001 by Angelia Roberts
Updating the employee handbook in an attempt to equalize all city departments is not going to be easy, discovered two members of the Batesville City Council, who met with employees Wednesday mornin
Oct 4 2001 by Sharon Knight
Officials at First Community Bank in Batesville began planning in February for a way to honor local emergency workers, but the plans never really got off the ground.
Oct 4 2001 by admin
The Board of Directors of White River Medical Center approved last week the purchase of a MRI unit for the hospital, according to a news release.
Oct 4 2001 by Chuck Ross
On the same day as he entered the race for Independence County sheriff, the Independence County jail administrator tendered his resignation.
CAVE CITY – The K-ZIG Radio-Telethon Monday and Tuesday generated $4,237 in pledges, which will be used to upgrade the educational radio station’s radio and television equipment, said Becky Sisk, s
Oct 4 2001 by Melissa Nelson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Low interest rates spurred by the economic slump have created an improved climate for consumers looking to finance a new car or lower their house payments, Arkansas banking execu
Oct 3 2001 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Local officials may not have the resources to secure Arkansas’ smaller airports as military personnel will at larger airfields, but they can still keep a watchful eye, Gov.
Oct 3 2001 by admin
Photographer Maxine Payne Caufield will speak about her exhibit, “Kin: 24 Photographs,” now on view at Old Independence Regional Museum, and other projects in rural America Sunday.
Oct 3 2001 by Chuck Ross
As a result of checking a suspicious vehicle, an Independence County Sheriff’s deputy arrested a man for outstanding warrants.
On Friday, members of the 16th Judicial District Drug Task Force and Independence County Sheriff’s office executed a search warrant at 1200 Cave Creek Road and discovered an operational methampheta
Independence County will conduct a test of the severe weather warning system at 10 a.m. Thursday, according to Faye England, director of the Emergency Dispatch office.
CAVE CITY – Caramel apples and funnel cakes will be among the goodies offered during the Cave City Fall Festival from 4 to 6:30 p.m.