Dec 12 2002 by Paul Glover
The show and statistics are overrated. It was Whitney Peyton’s passion for the game that caught Coach Holly Hesse’s eye.
Dec 12 2002 by Guard Staff
They met their match.
Twelve-year-old Megan Bean and Katie Wood will be spending some quality time together, in addition to the time they spend during gymnastics training at Kaleidoscope.
Dec 12 2002 by admin
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Arkansas is set to receive nearly $1.3 million in federal funds to help the state better prepare itself to respond to terror attacks and other emergencies and disasters, the Fede
Dec 12 2002 by Larry Stroud
The Southside Public Water Authority board on Tuesday approved a 2003 operating budget calling for $1,185,000 in anticipated revenue and $1,150,000 in expenditures, said system manager John Richard
Dec 12 2002 by Janice Fae Mitchell
Christmas is a time of peace and charity, but it is also a time when homes become revolving doors.
MELBOURNE – The Izard County Quorum Court approved a 2003 budget during a regular meeting Tuesday that lists $1,790,336 in expected expenditures in the general fund and $956,027 in the county road
Dec 12 2002 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Legislators reluctant to consider budget proposals that include a sales tax increase advocated by Gov.
Dec 12 2002 by Anne D'Innocenzio
NEW YORK (AP)- With little more than two weeks until Christmas, parents are scrambling to find the FurReal robotic cat, Bratz doll playsets and other hot toys that are already scarce on store shelv
Dec 11 2002 by Guard Staff
Independence County will end the year in good shape.
Dec 11 2002 by Larry Stroud
CAVE CITY – The Cave City Council, during a special meeting Tuesday, accepted the lowest of two bids for cleanup of broken tree limbs from last week’s ice storms, including chipping services, said
Dec 11 2002 by Matt Sedensky
PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii (AP) – With America girding for possible war with Iraq, about 150 survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor and their families gathered Saturday to pay tribute to those who lost
Dec 11 2002 by Andrea Bruner
Batesville city employees will receive a 3 percent raise in 2003, but council members Tuesday night nixed the idea of pay incentives (bonuses).