Sep 18 2002 by admin
CONCORD – A Gifted and Talented Program is available to students in kindergarten through 12th grade at Concord Public Schools, according to a news release.
SULPHUR ROCK – Phillip Latus, a high school student, presented a project Monday night to the Sulphur Rock School Board for his Eagle Scout badge.
Sep 18 2002 by Sharon Knight
Two people are facing charges in Independence County Circuit Court for allegedly collecting unemployment benefits to which they were not entitled, according to documents filed Monday in the circuit
EVENING SHADE – Evening Shade Head Start parents met for their first meeting of the 2002-2003 school year Sept. 9.
FORT SMITH (AP) – A father and son from whom police seized a weapons cache near Mena were charged Tuesday with federal weapons counts.
Buck Buchanan of Southside has been putting up election signs for Republican candidates since he retired from the Air Force in 1967.
STRAWBERRY – River Valley High School has announced class officers, fire marshals and student council representatives for the 2002-03 school year.
Sep 18 2002 by Matt Kelley
WASHINGTON (AP) – Congress must authorize the use of military force against Iraq before the U.N. Security Council votes on the issue, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld told Congress today.
Sep 17 2002 by admin
NEWARK – The Newark City Council spent more than two hours in special session Monday reviewing city finances and discussing possible ways to generate money, said Mayor Ed Warren.
HOXIE – American Cellular stores located in northeast and northcentral Arkansas have recently undergone several changes as they make the transition from CenturyTel to becoming authorized Alltel age
Sep 17 2002 by Clyde McGinnis
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LITTLE ROCK – An open house for the Governor’s Dislocated Worker Task Force Career Resource Center will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday in Cave City.