Apr 17 2002 by Andrea Bruner
The Arkansas Department of Human Services will have to depend on the “trickle down” method to get information out to the public, as less than 20 people showed up at the Independence County ARKids F
Apr 17 2002 by admin
The Independence County courtroom was filled Tuesday night with candidates eager to learn where they would be placed on the May 21 Democratic Primary ballot.
Apr 17 2002 by Alexandra Zavis
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP) – The Pakistani government is failing to protect women from violence including rape, acid attacks, burning and killing, an international human rights group said today.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) – U.S. District Judge H. Franklin Waters died Tuesday.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Several area students have qualified for induction into the National Honor Roll.
Apr 15 2002 by Roger Alford
SOMERSET, Ky. (AP) – Sheriff Sam Catron was known as an enemy of drug traffickers, whether searching for marijuana by helicopter or cruising the streets in the wee hours.
Apr 15 2002 by admin
SIDNEY – The annual pie auction will be at 7 p.m. Friday at the firehouse in Sidney, hosted by the Sidney Support Hose, the auxiliary arm of the Sidney Volunteer Fire Department.
Apr 15 2002 by David Espo
WASHINGTON (AP) – Senate Minority Leader Trent Lott stands accused by the Gun Owners of America of “an almost unprecedented act of treason to the pro-gun cause.”
Apr 15 2002 by Sharon Knight
Oil Trough firefighter Brad Deshano is claustrophobic.
Two area residents are facing drug charges in Independence County Circuit Court, according to documents filed late last week in the circuit clerk’s office.
Apr 15 2002 by Pauline Jelinek
WASHINGTON (AP) – An explosion today killed four American soldiers disposing of ordnance in Afghanistan, defense officials said. Several were injured and others were missing.
OIL TROUGH – The Oil Trough Town Council learned Thursday during a regular meeting that a final land description on two small annexations into the city have been finalized, making the annexation pr