Sep 11 2002 by Andrea Bruner
It seemed to be much ado about nothing Monday night at the Batesville Planning Commission meeting. The commission discussed sidewalk issues at length but took no action.
Sep 11 2002 by admin
OIL TROUGH – During Monday’s regular meeting, the Oil Trough Town Council discussed drainage problems and the recent step-up of mosquito spraying, said Amy Goyne, recorder-treasurer.
In honor of all emergency personnel, Western Sizzlin in Batesville will be offering meals at half price for the remainder of the day, manager Rick Caudel said.
The Southside School Board Monday asked Superintendent Dan Foley to form of a committee to evaluate facilities for the district’s elementary school.
A Batesville woman was severely injured Monday evening when she was doused with a flammable liquid and set on fire.
LITTLE ROCK – Schools may now apply for the Arkansas Arts Council’s Arts in Education Assistance Fund for Teachers according to Joy Pennington, executive director of the Arkansas Arts Council.
“Every generation can answer a question,” Lyon College President Walter B.
MELBOURNE – The first meeting of the 2002-03 Izard County Retired Teachers and School Employees Association will be Monday at Ozarka College in Melbourne.
Sep 11 2002 by Clyde McGinnis
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NEWPORT (AP) – Jackson County residents Tuesday approved a half-cent sales tax increase that will generate revenues for the Arkansas State University campus in Newport.
Sep 11 2002 by Mary Cooper Miller
The Daughters of the American Revolution, a patriotic organization of women who have proved their descent from a soldier who fought in the Revolutionary War or from a person who provided food, shel
EVENING SHADE – About 100 attended Evening Shade School’s annual report to the public Thursday, with 59 of those being people not employed by the school, Superintendent Ron Taylor reported.