Nov 25 2002 by admin
After reviewing water rates Thursday, the Rock-Moore Public Water Authority board voted to increase the rates 3 percent and increase the minimum charge for the first 1,000 gallons by 25 cents, from
CHEROKEE VILLAGE – Two Batesville residents will be among the entertainers at the Spring River Branch of the National League of American Pen Women’s second annual holiday party Dec.
Charges were filed Friday on Mitch Gene Mitchell, 27, of 56-B Community Drive, Batesville, for residential burglary, a class B felony, and theft of property, a class C felony, for offenses that occ
PARAGOULD – Grady Jim Robinson, writer, humorist and storyteller, will be the featured speaker at Crowley’s Ridge College’s Seventh Annual Development Council dinner, to be held at 7 p.m.
Nov 25 2002 by Clyde McGinnis
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CORD – The Charlotte Extension Homemakers Club met Nov. 12 at the home of the president, with seven members present.
Nov 25 2002 by Andrea Bruner
Batesville city employees may get a pay increase in 2003, and the city council will get its wish for a balanced budget.
CLOVER BEND (AP) – A 60-foot section of a natural gas pipeline in Lawrence County ruptured, but officials said an emergency shutoff valve averted a fire.
HARDY – The Hardy Timely Club and the Hardy Garden Club are working together to host the 2002 Christmas Tour of Homes on Dec.
FORT SMITH (AP) – Arkansas cattlemen say they’re ready to work for a state law that would punish those who commit extreme acts of animal cruelty – while also protecting farmers’ interests.
Nov 22 2002 by admin
SEATTLE (AP) – Boeing Co. planned to issue layoff notices to 750 people Friday, the first round of 5,000 new cuts that the commercial jet manufacturer expects to make by the end of 2003.
The Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade Committee and Main Street Batesville will hold the annual Trail of Holiday Lights lighting ceremony and Christmas parade on Dec.