May 14 2002 by admin
PLEASANT PLAINS – The Pleasant Plains Town Council heard monthly financial and marshal’s reports during a regular meeting Monday, said Mayor Rick Siler.
May 14 2002 by Sharon Knight
U.S. Rep. Marion Berry (D-Gillett) has introduced an act in Congress that some say will slow the production of methamphetamine.
First Community Bank celebrated the construction of its new Eagle Mountain office at Eagle Mountain Boulevard in Batesville on May 7 with a symbolic nail driving ceremony.
STRAWBERRY – The City of Strawberry has received a $24,000 grant to expand its fire station, said state Rep. Don House, who assisted the city with the grant application process.
Salem will be the site of a Car and Cycle Show during the 53nd annual Homecoming Festival May 25. The show is sponsored by Williams Station and Garage.
The White River Regional Solid Waste Management Board will meet at 10 a.m. May 24 at the White River Regional Services Center, 1652 White Drive in Batesville.
May 13 2002 by admin
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A lawyer for former prosecutor T.J.
May 13 2002 by Andrea Bruner
The Independence County Hometown Wellness Coalition invites everyone in the community to “put on your walking shoes and join our community lunch walk,” according to Linda Creighton.
NEWARK – The Newark City Council will meet at 7 tonight to review the city’s subsidizing of garbage pickup, said Phyllis Riley, recorder-treasurer.
May 13 2002 by Sharon Knight
Guard Staff Writer
Two people are facing felony charges for allegedly stealing two cars and wrecking them, according to documents filed Thursday in the Independence County Circuit Court clerk’s office.
CONCORD – Concord High School will host its graduation ceremony at 7 p.m. Friday in the high school gymnasium, according to Irvin Fairfield, high school principal.