Jul 8 2002 by Sharon Knight
IMBODEN – Steve Huddleston was at work when a colleague told him one airplane had crashed into the World Trade Center, then another.
Jul 8 2002 by admin
Independence County has completed a state-mandated countywide reappraisal of real property, according to a news release.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – The number of Hispanic students in Arkansas’ public colleges has grown during the past five years by a greater percentage than any other ethnic group, according to the Arkansas D
Jul 5 2002 by admin
The Independence County Sheriff’s Department is investigating reports that property was stolen from two vehicles Tuesday while they were parked at Holiday Inn Express in Batesville, according to re
Entergy has expressed its concern about a scene in the new children’ movie, “Like Mike,” that shows a child developing super powers after being struck by lightning while trying to retrieve his shoe
Jul 5 2002 by Chris Kahn
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Jul 5 2002 by Carol Rolf
GREENBRIER (AP) – Robert and Eightha June Coffman of Greenbrier are making a difference in Arkansas as well as Faulkner County.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Officials say the state has been assessed a fine by the Internal Revenue Service because it took too long to provide the tax agency with money withheld from state workers’ payche
Jul 5 2002 by Allison Schlesinger
Jul 5 2002 by Sharon Knight
An Sulphur Rock insurance agent is facing felony charges in Independence County Circuit Court for allegedly defrauding an insurance company of commissions she did not earn, according to documents
Foster-parent training will be offered from 6 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday nights, beginning Aug.