Dec 11 2002 by Larry Stroud
CAVE CITY – The Cave City Council, during a special meeting Tuesday, accepted the lowest of two bids for cleanup of broken tree limbs from last week’s ice storms, including chipping services, said
Dec 11 2002 by Matt Sedensky
PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii (AP) – With America girding for possible war with Iraq, about 150 survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor and their families gathered Saturday to pay tribute to those who lost
Dec 11 2002 by Andrea Bruner
Batesville city employees will receive a 3 percent raise in 2003, but council members Tuesday night nixed the idea of pay incentives (bonuses).
Dec 11 2002 by Guard Staff
“The foundation for creating a healthy community lies in a strong based community,” said Dr. Fay Boozman, director of the Arkansas Department of Health.
Independence County will end the year in good shape.
Dec 10 2002 by Janice Fae Mitchell
ZION – Danny Haley wanted to make a difference in someone’s life, and to those who knew him, he did.
Dec 10 2002 by Andrea Bruner
The River City Kiwanis Club planned to light the White throughout the holiday season, but members hadn’t counted on a wrench in the plans.
Dec 10 2002 by Guard Staff
Sheriff Dan Johnson is wrapping up his term as Independence County sheriff.
NEWARK – The Newark Town Council tentatively approved its 2003 budget at Monday’s night meeting, but the proposal does not include any funds for the police department.
Dec 9 2002 by Andrea Bruner
This morning, some 1,100 Entergy customers in Independence, Izard and Sharp counties were still without power, but Les Frensley, customer service manager for Entergy, said electricity should be res
Dec 9 2002 by admin
MOUNTAIN VIEW – Hannah Dyke received the Arkansas Hospital Auxiliary Association’s Hospital Volunteer of the Year Award at the fall meeting of the Arkansas Hospital Association held recently in Lit
Dec 9 2002 by Guard Staff
Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stopped the Batesville Nursing and Rehab on Saturday from celebrating the marriage of two of their residents, Carolyn Reynolds and Tim Kelly.