Sep 5 2002 by Clyde McGinnis
145 YEARS AGO
Sep 5 2002 by admin
PROBABLE STARTING LINEUPS
FAIRFIELD BAY – The Happy Tymes Jazz Band will present a concert of Dixieland Jazz music at the Shirley School Auditorium at 2 p.m. Sunday, according to a news release.
NEWARK – The Newark Area Chamber of Commerce concluded its Tot-N-Teens Pageant with the winners and alternates of each division as follows:
POUGHKEEPSIE – The Pleasant Ridge Cemetery Association at Poughkeepsie held their annual homecoming Aug. 24. Three board members were present: Imogene Norris, Tom Norris and Eugene Anston.
MOUNTAINBURG (AP) – The National Transportation Safety Board says a school bus crash that killed three students was brought about by substandard maintenance and inspection of brakes on the tractor-
Sep 5 2002 by Andrea Bruner
As we entered the 21st century, we heard growing reports of school shootings and other violence in what was once a traditional safe haven for children.
Sep 5 2002 by Kelly P. Kissel
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Arkansas’ Court of Appeals says a 37-year aluminum company worker waited too long to pursue workers’ compensation benefits based on his hearing loss.
Sep 4 2002 by admin
MAGNESS – The Magness Town Council on Tuesday discussed a proposed sewer project, said Lisa Huff, recorder-treasurer.
Sep 4 2002 by Sharon Knight
If Joseph Rice wants a transcript of his trial, he will have to pay for it himself.
Independence County has received $13,414 in state funds to development a mosquito abatement program.
Sep 4 2002 by Janice Fae Mitchell
HORSESHOE BEND – An 18-year-old Salem man is sore but in fair condition after falling off a metal roof Tuesday at Crown Point Resort in Horseshoe Bend.