Feb 21 2002 by admin
A Mississippi man has been charged in Independence County Circuit Court with two counts of rape and two counts of incest, according to documents filed Wednesday in the circuit clerk’s office.
Feb 21 2002 by Sharon Knight
Independence County residents will be able to add color and beauty to their yards just for recycling and playing a part in keeping landfills from overflowing.
SULPHUR ROCK – The Sulphur Rock School Board Monday night approved implementing photo identification badges for grades 7-12 and for faculty and staff beginning in the fall, according to Superintend
WILLIFORD – Bartus Allen of rural Williford has announced his candidacy for re-election to the quorum court District 6 in Sharp County.
ASH FLAT – Investigator Curtis Goodrich of the Sharp County Sheriff’s Department recovered a set of four new tires and chrome wheels on Monday and arrested George Dale Spurlock for theft by receivi
Feb 21 2002 by Andrea Bruner
NEWARK – The Newark School Board toured the radio-TV department at Tuesday night’s meeting and heard a report from Fred Ahlborn, instructor.
Feb 21 2002 by Mike Harris
ROCKINGHAM, N.C. – Gail Davis always had faith that husband Bill would be a success as a Winston Cup team owner.
Bill Davis built a successful trucking business in Batesville, then shifted gears and steered his way into NASCAR where he has built a successful race team.
Feb 20 2002 by Andrea Bruner
Batesville School District has launched a new Web site, and Sean Forehand, district technology coordinator, said he hopes www.batesvilleschools.com will be “a bridge between the school and the comm
Feb 20 2002 by Angelia Roberts
SALEM – Law enforcement officers found that a cereal bowl wasn’t filled with the breakfast of champions, but instead held “ice,” a pure form of methamphetamine, along with heroin when they conducte
MELBOURNE – Enrollment at Ozarka College continues to grow, even though the college did not set an enrollment record this spring, according to Ron Helm, registrar and vice president for student ser
SALEM-Justin Clark has not had a good year.