Jun 1 2001 by Andrea Bruner
Roger Rich will be the assistant superintendent at Southside Public Schools, according to Dan Foley, current assistant superintendent. Foley will become superintendent effective this summer.
Jun 1 2001 by admin
Relay For Life will begin at dusk tonight at the Batesville High School track, according to a release from the American Cancer Society.
The event will end Saturday morning.
JACKSONPORT – The Jacksonport Courthouse Museum will not open today as previously announced, according to Todd Ferguson of the Planning and Development Division of the Arkansas Department of Parks
Jun 1 2001 by Larry Stroud
SEARCY – Voters in a White County jail poll chose County Judge Bob Parish’s plan over Sheriff Pat Garrett’s plan, 301 to 238, according to a release from the sheriff’s office.
May 31 2001 by admin
The University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville has received a $1,000 planning grant from the Arkansas Arts Council, announced Marcia Wallace, chairperson of UACCB’s Public Art Committee
May 31 2001 by Angelia Roberts
MOUNTAIN VIEW – Two young boys who claimed they were abducted and later admitted the story was made up won’t face charges, but have the “fear of God,” according to Mountain View Chief of Police Reu
ELKTON FEDERAL CORRECTIONAL FACILITY, OHIO – With an unanswered appeal hanging over his head, an airline ticket in his hand and barring last minute changes, former Independence County Sheriff Ron W
ASH FLAT – The Sharp County Road Department reopened the Pierce Creek Bridge over Rock Creek on Tuesday, said road foreman Dan Melbourne.
The e-mail addresses for the Batesville Daily Guard will change on Friday due to a change in Internet providers.
CAVE CITY – Cave City High School is offering a College Preparatory Enrichment Program this summer daily beginning Monday at 8 a.m.
The Southside School Board has called a special meeting at 6:30 tonight in the administration building, according to Assistant Superintendent Dan Foley.
May 31 2001 by Chuck Ross
Members of the Independence County Sheriff’s Office served 14 warrants Wednesday.