Jan 6 2003 by Tom Parsons
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A federal judge was asked recently to bar the state from requiring parents who seek child-support enforcement services to agree to recovery of bad checks or overpayments by withh
Jan 6 2003 by Guard Staff
The news of becoming parents once again was as much a surprise to Emily Morehead and John Schroeder as the early arrival of Halle Jade Schroeder.
Jan 3 2003 by Andrea Bruner
Independence County could learn next week whether it will receive any federal funds following the Dec. 4 ice storm.
Jan 3 2003 by Guard Staff
Two men planning on stealing a car didn’t bargain for a fight.
That was what John Henry Figueroa told authorities when he was questioned in the Dec. 3 stabbing of Jared Trivitt.
Concerns, reports and confirmation of the first human West Nile virus topped headlines in health matters for 2002, followed by apprehension and uncertainty for a mass immunization plan in the event
MELBOURNE – An Izard County couple face felony charges after allegedly purusing a man at a high rate of speed and firing a handgun at him.
Jan 3 2003 by admin
The name will change, but the services will remain the same.
LITTLE ROCK – People and projects in 11 Arkansas communities – including Batesville – were honored Dec.
Jan 2 2003 by Guard Staff
Amid traffic stops, investigations and courtroom appearances, the topic most discussed at the Independence County Sheriff’s Office was who would win the title as sheriff.
Jan 2 2003 by admin
Paul Moffatt McCain, a former president of Arkansas College who was instrumental in the college’s move, died Wednesday in Clinton, S.C. He was 82.
Southside High School has received a much-appreciated Christmas present, according to Janet Davis, Environmental and Spatial Technology Lab facilitator.
After parts of Arkansas had a white Christmas, northern residents prepared for some snow near New Year’s Day as well.