Aug 15 2002 by Sharon Knight
Quick action by a Batesville businessman Tuesday evening kept another man from getting away with his truck and led to several charges against the alleged would-be thief, according to reports releas
The body of a woman who died this morning after falling down a flight of stairs at her residence has been sent to the state medical examiner’s office for an autopsy, said Capt.
Aug 15 2002 by admin
LITTLE ROCK – The 2nd Battalion, 142nd Field Artillery, Arkansas Army National Guard headquartered at Fort Smith, has received notice that it may be called to active duty, according to a release fr
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Aug 15 2002 by Brian Skoloff
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission opted today for 60 days of duck hunting for the coming season, but trimmed the bag limit from six ducks to five.
Betty Castling of Newark and Mary Lou Clark of Floral will be attending the 34th annual convention of the Arkansas State Employees Association as delegates from ASEA’s Independence County chapter.
Aug 14 2002 by admin
Teaching chose her; she didn’t choose it. Now, Tammy Hernandez has been chosen again, this time as the first recipient of the Independence County Teacher of the Year Award.
Aug 14 2002 by Angelia Roberts
Stepping up patrol at Riverside Park has had positive results.
Aug 14 2002 by Andrea Bruner
John Anderson opened his show Tuesday night with “Somebody Slap Me,” but he didn’t have to slap the crowd to get it on its feet at the Independence County Fair.
POWHATAN – Lake Charles State Park has several activities scheduled Friday through Sunday, including a booth at the Lawrence County Fair in Imboden from 7-9 Friday and Saturday nights, said Lori An
Aug 14 2002 by Kate Berry
LOS ANGELES (AP) – A 4-year-old girl who disappeared from a city park had a joyful reunion with her family after she turned up at a medical clinic complaining of a sore throat.