Sep 23 2002 by admin
CHEROKEE VILLAGE -The Woman’s Relief Society Auxiliary of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ash Flat Branch, presented funds in excess of $400 on Sept.
HIGHLAND – The Spring River Chapter of Circle of Friends has finalized plans for the fall festival to be at Cherokee Elementary School from 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday.
Sep 23 2002 by Douglas Pils
QUITMAN (AP) – Lisa Vaughan moved to Miller Point Road South to relax among the tall trees that surround her family’s home.
Sep 23 2002 by Sharon Knight
A man whose wife was found beaten to death at their home Friday morning was charged Friday afternoon with first-degree murder.
Sep 23 2002 by Angelia Roberts
It will be a fight.
Sep 20 2002 by Sharon Knight
A man charged with rape and first-degree battery in May is back in jail this morning and this time his alleged victim is dead.
A Jackson County man is charged with five drug offenses and one misdemeanor after fleeing from officers on Six Mile Lane near Oil Trough early Thursday morning.
A woman previously charged with a misdemeanor for shooting her husband has now been charged with a felony, according to documents filed Thursday in the Independence County Circuit Court clerk’s off
Sep 20 2002 by Larry Stroud
CAVE CITY – About 45 former UniFirst employees attended the opening of the Governor’s Dislocated Worker Task Force Career Resource Center in Cave City on Thursday.
Sep 20 2002 by admin
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A judge convicted of not paying sales taxes on a motor home he registered out of state is now the target of disbarment proceedings, officials said.
145 YEARS AGO
The fall term of our Circuit Court begins on Monday next. Judge Bevens’ health is now very good and he no doubt will be in good plight for labor of the session.
Sep 19 2002 by admin
Old Independence Regional Museum will host a talk about the Trail of Tears in northcentral Arkansas and unveil a historical marker on the museum grounds identifying Batesville as a town on the trai