Mar 19 2002 by admin
ASH FLAT – Filing fees for political candidates in Sharp County have been announced by the county’s Democratic and Republican central committees.
SEARCY – White County authorities are investigating an armed robbery that occurred Thursday night at Allison’s Convenience Store at 3247 Highway 36 West, said Sgt.
Mar 19 2002 by Tony Woodside
Former Oklahoma and National Football League star Keith Jackson longs for a simpler time when people worked together to strengthen their communities.
Mar 19 2002 by Sharon Knight
International Utility Structures Inc. will leave Batesville by May 15, company spokeswoman Ann Mooney said Monday.
With a 128-percent growth rate in just five years, the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville received the Business Industry Award from the Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce.
Mar 19 2002 by Andrea Bruner
Batesville School certified employees will receive a $1,000 raise across the board this year, following a board meeting Monday night at Eagle Mountain Elementary.
Some may call it “much ado about nothing,” but Independence County authorities are just happy a scare at Mildland High School Monday turned out to be a false alarm.
STRAWBERRY – The River Valley School Board certified the March 12 election results at Monday night’s meeting, according to Superintendent Randy Scarbrough.
A community drug awareness program will be at 6:30 tonight at the Concord High School gym, according to Robbie Cooper with the Concord Police Department.
Mar 18 2002 by David Cox
CHEROKEE VILLAGE -Eastern Ozarks Regional Health System in Cherokee Village has paid the back taxes to redeem four of the five parcels of land that had reverted to the state for non-payment of taxe
Mar 18 2002 by admin
JONESBORO – Megan Lechele Myers of Cave City, a senior at Cave City High School, has accepted an Academic Distinction Scholarship to attend Arkansas State University in Jonesboro next fall.
RUSSELLVILLE – Morgan L.