Aug 1 2002 by admin
145 YEARS AGO
SEARCY – Central Arkansas Hospital in Searcy and White River Medical Center in Batesville have announced a joint venture in cardiac surgery.
Aug 1 2002 by Sharon Knight
Nine men of Latino origin were arrested and held for officers from the Immigration and Naturalization Service after they were unable to produce documentation that they were in the country legally.
Aug 1 2002 by Larry Stroud
Recent developments at the Arkansas Operations unit of Eastman Chemical Co.
Jul 31 2002 by admin
After you’ve enjoyed the White River Water Carnival parade on Main Street, walk three blocks over to Old Independence Regional Museum to cool off and sit down.
NEWARK – Guy Santucci, superintendent of the Newark School District, has announced classes for the 2002-03 school year will begin Aug. 19. The last day of classes will be May 23.
STRAWBERRY – A household shower will be held for Robin Norman and daughter Crystal Qualls of Strawberry whose home was destroyed by fire July 19.
Jul 31 2002 by Guard Staff
In 1993, no one got their news off the Internet, but today 25 percent of Americans say they get some news that way, said Walter E. Hussman, Jr., publisher of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
SMITHVILLE – Smithville Historical Preservation Society will present Frank Latemier with the Department of Heritage and Arkansas Historical Preservation at 6 p.m. Aug.
Independence County authorities are trying to locate a man who has been reported missing by his fiancÅ½, according to reports released by the sheriff’s department this morning.
Albert and Shasta Corter of Mountain View have announced the birth of a daughter at White River Medical Center on July 26, 2002.
ASH FLAT – An arrest has been made in connection with two break-ins in the Poughkeepsie area over the weekend, said Sharp County Sheriff T.J. “Sonny” Powell.