Apr 11 2001 by admin
SPRINGDALE (AP) – Law officers say the use of the hallucinogen known as ecstasy apparently is on the rise in Arkansas.
Apr 11 2001 by Anne Gearan
WASHINGTON (AP) – One thing is certain about two planned television series set in the halls and chambers of the Supreme Court: This will not be reality TV.
Apr 11 2001 by Andrea Bruner
Anita Huckabee has been a library clerk for the White River Regional Library since 1989.
Apr 11 2001 by Katherine Rizzo
WASHINGTON (AP) – It’s an old Washington trick: If you need someone to plead your cause before a congressman, make it a constituent.
Ted Hall will walk the halls no more at Southside School District as its superintendent. It is with mixed emotions Hall says good-bye to Southside, he said this morning.
Apr 11 2001 by Lisa Cornwell
CINCINNATI (AP) – Gangs of roving youths looted stores, torched buildings and attacked motorists for a second evening, forcing residents to lock themselves indoors while clergy members and politici
Apr 11 2001 by Karin Miller
Apr 11 2001 by Angelia Roberts
The legalities of personal use and passengers in city-owned vehicles and the need to adopt a policy regarding drug testing topped the agenda at Monday night’s city council meeting.
Apr 11 2001 by Nick P. Divito
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) – Archaeologists at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello have unearthed what they believe to be a slave cemetery from Jefferson’s day, historians said Tuesday.
Apr 11 2001 by Larry Stroud
ASH FLAT – Sharp County Judge Harold Crawford spent Monday in Little Rock with other Arkansas Association of Counties members trying to save road turnback funds for their counties.