May 24 2001 by Arathi Sundaravadanan
Memorial Day on Monday will result in the closing of several local, state and federal offices. These offices will resume normal service on Tuesday.
May 24 2001 by admin
LITTLE ROCK – One of Arkansas’ most successful health programs is now going to be able to serve even more people, according to a release from the Department of Health.
An arrest by an Independence County Sheriff’s deputy for outstanding warrants resulted in drug charges filed against the man.
May 24 2001 by David Foster
HAYDEN LAKE, Idaho (AP) – With the crunch of splintering timbers, a watchtower that for years stood guard over the Aryan Nations headquarters came tumbling down, to the delight of human-rights acti
Ten warrant arrests were made yesterday within Independence County by the Independence County Sheriff’s Office for a variety of offenses including battery, forgery, terroristic threatening, hot che
May 23 2001 by admin
Long known for their crop and beef production, farmers in the Panhandle and High Plains have a newcomer in their midst – dairy producers.
May 23 2001 by Paul Recer
WASHINGTON (AP) – Traces of pollen found in soils dug from deep beneath a Mexican plain show that ancient farmers were growing cornlike plants there more than 6,000 years ago, the earliest known do
CALICO ROCK – The death of a 30-year old woman found shot in her yard, five miles north of Calico Rock, is under investigation by the Arkansas State Police and the Izard County Sheriff’s Office, ac
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Authorities have identified a body pulled from the Arkansas River on Saturday as that of a missing 18-year-old Jacksonville woman.
May 23 2001 by Larry Stroud
Canaan Sandy of the Cave City 4-H Club is featured in the cover photo of the first Youth Issue of a national magazine, Seedstock Edge, the official publication of the National Swine Registry.
Landmark Baptist Academy will host commencement exercises at 7 p.m. Thursday in the church auditorium, according to school officials. A reception will follow in the gymnasium.
May 23 2001 by Angelia Roberts
MOUNTAIN VIEW – A reported abduction is under investigation by authorities in Stone County after two boys said they were kidnapped for approximately two hours and later released.