May 2 2001 by admin
The Lyon College Board of Trustees approved Friday the nominations of Dianne Lamberth of Batesville and Dr. Bill Tranum of Little Rock for election as trustees, according to a news release.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Army soldiers won’t be wearing Chinese-made black berets, after all.
May 2 2001 by Kelly Wiese
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Emergency officials near the site of a weekend bunker explosion said Tuesday they want more information about tenants of a local industrial park but doubt they’ll ever see it.
May 2 2001 by Roger Alford
PIKEVILLE, Ky. (AP) – Surveillance cameras placed around illegal dumps in eastern Kentucky are capturing footage of more than litter bugs.
Lovebirds are turning up on the videotapes, as well.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – The 80-year-old owner of a cab company has pleaded no contest to a theft charge related to a Medicaid fraud investigation. The plea drew a sentence of five years probation.
PINE BLUFF (AP) – A state trooper charged with negligent driving will have to attend a driving class as part of his punishment.
May 2 2001 by Jamie Stengle
BOXLEY (AP) – After spending the first night of her ordeal on a bluff and the next in a cave, a 6-year-old girl missing since the weekend was found resting near the Buffalo National River by two me
May 1 2001 by admin
VELVET RIDGE (AP) – A crash with a school bus Monday killed a passenger in a pickup truck and injured eight White County students, authorities said.
Former State Rep. John E. Miller of Melbourne will be given an honorary Doctor of Laws degree at the Lyon College commencement ceremony at 9:30 a.m.
May 1 2001 by George Gedda
WASHINGTON (AP) – International cooperation against terrorists is increasing and paying off, Secretary of State Colin Powell said, noting the tightening of U.N.
According to a 16th Judicial District Drug Task Force news release, several drug arrests were made in the district in the past week.
May 1 2001 by Bob Johnson