Sep 30 2002 by Janelle House
MOUNTAIN HOME (AP) – One thing Dicie “Melba” McGuire has learned first hand is that it is never too late.
Sep 30 2002 by Sharon Knight
A Batesville man is expected to face a felony fleeing charge for allegedly leading deputies on a high-speed chase from Batesville to near Melbourne on Friday night, according to reports released by
Sep 27 2002 by Larry Stroud
NEWARK – The Newark City Council agreed Tuesday to get the financing company that handled the purchase of three new police cars in recent months to find buyers for those cars, said Phyllis Riley, r
Sep 27 2002 by admin
Hastings has donated $343 to Independence County Library to aid in the battle against illiteracy, store manager Todd Grissom announced today.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – The state panel that disciplines Arkansas judges said Tuesday that it had admonished a judge who took too long to decide a case and accepted the resignation of a judge at Helena.
Two people reported thefts to the Independence County Sheriff’s Office, according to reports released this morning.
A flag pole will be dedicated at 9 a.m. Tuesday on the Southside Elementary campus.
Sep 27 2002 by Clyde McGinnis
145 Years Ago
On Aug. 28, the Arkansas State Capitol was filled with senior citizens from all areas of the state.
Sep 27 2002 by Angelia Roberts
LITTLE ROCK – Quash it.
That was the decision issued Thursday when the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission came out in opposition of Initiated Act 1, known as the Animal Cruelty Act.
Sep 27 2002 by Sharon Knight
Sharron Glaze doesn’t need accolades to make her appreciate her job.
MAYFLOWER (AP) – Indigo bunting, red-eyed vireo, blue-gray gnatcatcher – the names may be foreign to most Arkansans except bird enthusiasts.