May 28 2002 by admin
JONESBORO – A data analysis workshop will be June 4-7 at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro.
May 28 2002 by Angelia Roberts
It’s a secret known only to the board.
It would be money down the drain.
That was the decision of the Batesville Utility Commission when it met Friday and voted against spending thousands of dollars to hire a consulting firm.
SALEM – A Jonesboro man drowned Sunday when he and a friend went swimming in Spring River and became swept away by the current.
May 28 2002 by Sharon Knight
A Batesville man who allegedly fled from two officers investigating a shoplifting report was charged with two misdemeanor counts of fleeing and with shoplifting, according to reports released by th
Independence County’s unemployment rate continued downward during April while the overall state average rose slightly, according to the latest statistics released by the Arkansas Employment Securit
May 24 2002 by admin
MELBOURNE – The Continuing Education Department at Ozarka College will offer its summer Kids College program again this year, according to a news release.
ASH FLAT -Daniel Castleberry of Southside Bee Branch school won the 2002 North Central District Fair tabloid cover art contest, said Nancy Orr, one of the fair’s board members.
The Batesville School District is working to make sure that no children in Batesville or Independence County go hungry when school is closed this summer, Bertha Whiteside, food service director, sa
Old Independence Regional Museum will host a reception to mark the opening of “Jackson County: Your Downriver Neighbor,” at 4 p.m. Sunday, according to a news release.
Memorial Day on May 27 will result in the closing of several local, state and federal offices. These offices will resume normal service on Tuesday.
Four Batesville area students are the 2002 recipients of the Arkansas Eastman Trust Scholarship: Jeremy Eckart, Josh Jenkins, Sherri Lung and Justin Walden.