Sep 25 2002 by Janice Fae Mitchell
Consumers, especially the elderly, are “slammed and crammed,” but not by the ordinary definition.
Sep 25 2002 by admin
Three people are facing drug-related charges stemming from the discovery of an alleged methamphetamine lab at a home near Thida, according to documents filed recently in the Independence County Ci
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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) – The director of the Kansas Water Office has been arrested on suspicion of entering a sleeping woman’s home in May and raping her.
Sep 24 2002 by admin
Sep 24 2002 by Julie Halenar
Sep 24 2002 by Sharon Knight
Since the death of Donna Kay Jones Hester on Friday, many people have asked the question: Why did she go back?
Donna Kay Jones Hester was always a quiet women who kept to herself and didn’t express her feelings.
But for Donna Jones’ assurance that she wanted Wesley Hester released on his own recognizance, the Batesville man would have remained in jail – charged with rape and first-degree battery, Circuit J
Sep 24 2002 by Andrea Bruner
The deal is done.
The Rock-Moore Public Water Authority has approved the contract changes made by the Batesville Utilities Commission, and Batesville Utilities did the same Monday night.
“You walk into Edwards Commons and it’s like stepping into New York City,” said Sandy Michel, Lyon College bookstore manager.
The staff of the Central Arkansas Area Health Education Center has recommended to the House and Senate Interim Committees on Public Health, Welfare and Labor that an AHEC program be established in