Aug 8 2001 by admin
CONCORD – Richard L. Billingsley, superintendent of the Concord School District, has announced classes for the 2001-02 school year will begin Aug. 20.
Registration is today through Friday.
ASH FLAT – The Sharp County Sheriff’s Department was busy in July, investigating 15 drug cases and 14 thefts and/or burglaries, along with numerous other incidents, according to a monthly statistic
CAVE CITY – Members of the Cave City Key Club participated in many service projects throughout the year, according to spokesperson Avondale Street.
POWHATAN – Friday’s activities at Lake Charles State Park include a trail hike at 11:30 a.m., a coloring contest at 1 p.m.
MELBOURNE – Ozarka College Education Center in Ash Flat will have an open house from 1 to 4 p.m. Friday.
Aug 8 2001 by Stacey Roberts
While Municipal Judge Roy E. Thomas was presiding over court this morning, his attorney Tom Thompson was providing the Guard with a copy of Thomas’s resignation letter to Gov. Mike Huckabee.
The Batesville Area Civil War Round Table will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Citizens Bank Annex.
Aug 8 2001 by Chuck Ross
If you tried to make a long distance telephone call on Tuesday and met with no success, you were not by yourself.
Aug 1 2001 by Angelia Roberts
VIOLET HILL – Harry Martin is blind, but not to the fact his moving into the small community of Violet Hill would go unnoticed, because the first thing he was required to do was register as a convi
Aug 1 2001 by admin
SEARCY – Elliott Brannon, Nate Handley, Phillip Kerr and Steven Summers, all of Batesville, were among 35 students from across the state to attend a state-funded Academic Enrichment for Gifted in t
Harry Martin is not an isolated case.
The following students at Batesville High School have made the honor roll for the second semester of the 2000-01 school year, according to a news release.