Aug 20 2002 by Sharon Knight
A man who refused to be declared indigent during his trial was in court Monday seeking to be declared indigent for his appeal.
Aug 20 2002 by Andrea Bruner
Despite a mini-blackout for most of the morning, Batesville Schools got off to a good start Monday, Superintendent Ted Hall told the board last night at its regular meeting.
Batesville School District voters may go to one of three polls in the Sept. 17 election.
The Batesville School Board spent an hour at Monday night’s meeting discussing polling places.
Aug 20 2002 by admin
CONWAY (AP) – A Greenbrier man was killed while playing “cop games” with friends inside a church.
Aug 20 2002 by Angelia Roberts
CHEROKEE VILLAGE – The prosecutor resigned, his son was taken into custody and a third man involved in a Jan. 8 incident was given probation after charges were reduced and guilty pleas entered.
ASH FLAT – Ozarka College will offer a full “Fundamentals of Graphology” course at the Sharp County Education Center in Remington Plaza in Ash Flat with instructor Louie Seibert, certified grapholo
Independence County will ask the governor’s office for $60,000 to establish a county-wide mosquito abatement program.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Though federal court rulings have allowed the state to require vaccinations for students who previously had religious exemptions, a federal judge issued an injunction to one stud
The deadline to apply for an Independence County Single Parent Scholarship for the fall 2002 semester is Friday, according to a news release.
White River Medical Center again achieved accreditation from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations after an on-site survey found WRMC to be in compliance with the Joint
Aug 19 2002 by Clyde McGinnis
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Aug 19 2002 by Christina Fowler
RUSSELLVILLE (AP) – With a little linen, a needle and thread, Ella Ann Peters creates images of joy.