Apr 2 2003 by Phyllis Blackburn
The work-study program at the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville provides the opportunity for students to gain insight to the work world while gaining experience that makes them
Apr 2 2003 by admin
Two new cases were filed in Independence County Circuit Court Monday after two separate traffic stops turned into felony arrests.
By The Associated Press
Apr 2 2003 by David Bauder
NEW YORK (AP) – While veteran reporter Peter Arnett wasted no time beginning his new career as a weekly newspaper commentator, it wasn’t clear whether Geraldo Rivera has a future as a Fox News Chan
Apr 2 2003 by Matt Kelley
WASHINGTON (AP) – American troops on Tuesday rescued Army Pfc.
MIAMI (AP) – A Cuban boat was hijacked this morning and was drifting in international waters about 60 miles off Key West, the FBI said. It was the second hijacking from Cuba in as many days.
Apr 2 2003 by Larry Stroud
FLORAL – High winds gusting to about 25 miles an hour kept firefighters busy Tuesday afternoon in the Floral area when two fires were reported at about the same time, said Fire Chief Doug Wilson.
Apr 2 2003 by David Crary
Closing to within 35 miles of Baghdad, U.S. forces seized a bridge over the Tigris River and swept past battered Republican Guard units today.
Apr 2 2003 by Andrea Bruner
March and April are known for bringing strong winds. While the grass is greening and flowers are blooming, the wind can carry those items away.
Apr 2 2003 by Jay Hughes
JACKSONVILLE (AP) – A small group of aircrew members assigned to Little Rock Air Force Base departed this morning to help support troops fighting in Iraq.
MAGNESS – The Magness Town Council heard Monday during a regular meeting that despite bad weather during the winter, progress has been made on construction of a fire station near the city hall, sai
Entergy, Arkansas’ largest electric company, was honored Tuesday for the fifth time by the nation’s retail chains as one of two electric companies in the nation that offered the best overall custom