Feb 21 2002 by Sharon Knight
Independence County residents will be able to add color and beauty to their yards just for recycling and playing a part in keeping landfills from overflowing.
Feb 20 2002 by admin
ASH FLAT – Tommy Estes of Ash Flat has announced he is seeking re-election to the office of county and circuit clerk of Sharp County in the May 21 Democratic primary election.
EVENING SHADE – Buell Wilkes of Evening Shade has announced he will seek re-election as Sharp County justice of the peace in District 9 in the May Democratic primary election.
Chris Barr of Batesville has been named a top popcorn seller in Boy Scout Troop 166, according to Wade Jarvis, popcorn staff advisor for the Quapaw Area Council, Boy Scouts of America.
Feb 20 2002 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A defense lawyer for former prosecutor T.J.
Feb 20 2002 by Sharon Knight
Two people were injured Sunday when a car struck a horse and rider on Mount Herman Road, about nine miles east of Batesville.
FAIRFIELD BAY – KFFB owner and general manager Bob Connell recently announced the radio station has teamed with area emergency service officers, amateur radio clubs and area businesses to present t
NEWPORT – Stan Haigwood of Newport recently won first place in the Class A no-till/strip-till non-irrigated division of the 2001 National Corn Growers’ Association’s Corn Yield Contest in Arkansas,
The Charlotte 4-H Club won first in the skit division at the Independence County Share the Fun activity at Independence Hall Saturday. Newark earned second and Cave City garnered third.
Feb 20 2002 by Andrea Bruner
Batesville School District has launched a new Web site, and Sean Forehand, district technology coordinator, said he hopes www.batesvilleschools.com will be “a bridge between the school and the comm
Feb 20 2002 by Angelia Roberts
SALEM – Law enforcement officers found that a cereal bowl wasn’t filled with the breakfast of champions, but instead held “ice,” a pure form of methamphetamine, along with heroin when they conducte
MELBOURNE – Enrollment at Ozarka College continues to grow, even though the college did not set an enrollment record this spring, according to Ron Helm, registrar and vice president for student ser