Oct 1 2001 by admin
Now on alert, members of Company B in Batesville are among those with the Arkansas National Guard who may be deployed to Egypt and an official mobilization order may come as early as this afternoon
EVENING SHADE – Faculty and alumni will ride donkeys Tuesday night in the Evening Shade gym in an event that elementary Principal Karen Smith says is entertainment rather than athletic.
Oct 1 2001 by Angelia Roberts
Who will replace Municipal Judge Roy Thomas and how is anybody’s guess at the moment, according to Independence County Judge David Wyatt.
CONCORD – Regular monthly reports top the agenda for tonight’s Concord Town Council meeting, said Annis Reed, recorder-treasurer.
MELBOURNE – A crowd celebrated the opening of the newest building on the campus of Ozarka College at Melbourne Friday morning, according to a news release. The Fred N.
NEWARK – The Newark Town Council meeting originally scheduled for tonight has been postponed one week because bills to be paid in October haven’t had time to arrive, city officials said.
Sep 27 2001 by Larry Stroud
ZION – The recently created Zion Volunteer Fire Department was evaluated by the Insurance Services Organization on Sept. 18 and received an ISO class 9 rating, said Fire Chief Keith Brown.
Sep 27 2001 by Sharon Knight
The Bank of Cave City crossed a milestone Monday with the opening of a branch in Lynn – the first such opening in the bank’s 95-year history.
Sep 27 2001 by admin
Rotary to meet Monday
The Batesville Rotary Club will meet at noon Monday at the Batesville Country Club. The speaker is Dr. Vitold Czerwinski of White River Medical Center.
ASH FLAT – The state Board of Apportionment’s decision Wednesday to reject a last-minute proposal from Gov.
Sep 27 2001 by Andrea Bruner
The Heber Springs Color Guard presented Batesville Middle School with a new American flag, and lessons in citizenship and patriotism, Monday afternoon.
Sep 27 2001 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – One man condemned to die for killing two elderly women and another facing death in the slayings of a mother and her 15-month-old son lost appeals today before the state Supreme C