Jan 30 2002 by admin
An Edgemont woman died early Tuesday in a one-vehicle accident in Independence County, a spokeswoman for the Arkansas State Police said.
The findings of a recent long-range economic development study will be presented to the public Thursday during a meeting hosted by the Independence County Economic Development Foundation and the Ba
CHEROKEE VILLAGE – James Linville and his family were asleep in their Cherokee Village home at 2 a.m.
St. Rep. Don House of Walnut Ridge has announced that he will seek a third term in the Arkansas House of Representatives.
Jan 30 2002 by Brian Skoloff
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A former state senator testified today that he sponsored legislation in 1993 to specifically make the position of the northcentral Arkansas prosecutor a part-time job.
Jan 29 2002 by admin
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – The federal government has filed a complaint against the former secretary of a prosecutor on trial for abusing the power of his office.
Jan 29 2002 by Larry Stroud
For sale at the Cook-Morrow residence: a lot of history.
Nancy Britton of Batesville and Brian Robertson will be at the Paper Chase Bookstore from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Jan 29 2002 by Sharon Knight
An alleged armed robber struck again in Batesville early today, the fourth such incident since October.
Jan 29 2002 by Brian Skoloff
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – The son of a man who was allowed to plead guilty to lesser charges in a child-molestation case said Tuesday he was present when a bail bondsmen promised help because of connectio
Jan 29 2002 by Andrea Bruner
The Batesville School District will ask voters in March to consider a millage to build a new elementary school, according to Superintendent Ted Hall.
An attorney for a man accused of capital murder asked Circuit Judge John Dan Kemp that his client undergo a mental evaluation before continuing with the court process.