Mar 15 2002 by admin
ASH FLAT – A man pulled over by Hardy police because of malfunctioning tail lights on his vehicle tried to convince officers that he was working for the judicial district’s drug task force.
Jack Critcher of Grubbs has announced he will seek re-election to District 12 of the Arkansas State Senate, according to a news release.
STRAWBERRY – Tanesha Jones will represent Lawrence County in the Arkansas Junior Miss Scholarship Program in Warren Saturday, according to a news release.
The Batesville Pioneers defeated the Southside Southerners 3-0 in soccer action Wednesday afternoon at Southside.
Surveillance paid off for law enforcement officers after they received a tip that items used in the making of methamphetamine were being purchased at a local store.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Jurors deliberated all day Wednesday in the case of an ex-prosecutor charged with using his office as a criminal enterprise, but quit for the day without reaching a verdict.
Mar 15 2002 by Angelia Roberts
Who will replace former councilwoman Dana Bone is still in question, but Mayor Joe Biard said he wished to respond to comments published in Wednesday’s Batesville Daily Guard where he was criticiz
Mar 15 2002 by Andrea Bruner
NEWARK – Independence County can now boast about having two School of the 21st Century sites – Batesville and Newark.
Mar 15 2002 by Sharon Knight
Independence County authorities are investigating several burglaries break-ins that have occurred during the last few days, according to reports released by the sheriff’s office.
Mar 13 2002 by admin
CHARLOTTE – The Cord-Charlotte School District will have parent-teacher conferences from 1:30 to 6 p.m. Thursday, according to counselor Terresia Coe.
School will dismiss at 1:15 p.m. that day.
SIDNEY – The annual Sidney St. Patrick’s Day Festival will begin with live entertainment at 10:30 a.m.
NEWARK – The Newark City Council agreed Monday to make an offer on the old Bank of America building on Front Street, said Phyllis Riley, recorder-treasurer.