Jan 16 2002 by admin
Lyon College will celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at several special events during Diversity Week, beginning Friday, according to a news release.
LITTLE ROCK – Ideas for youth development surfaced Saturday at the C.A.
The Batesville School District will dismiss at 1:30 p.m. Friday for a general faculty meeting, according to a news release. School faculty should meet at 2:30 p.m.
Jan 15 2002 by Andrea Bruner
The Batesville School Board took another step Monday night toward a special election for millage increase.
Jan 15 2002 by admin
NEWARK – The Newark City Council got to see the town’s new $145,000 fire truck Monday during a regular meeting, said Phyllis Riley, recorder-treasurer.
SEARCY – The White County Sheriff’s Office and the Arkansas State Police, acting on a tip, discovered two methamphetamine labs at a Judsonia residence Saturday, said Sheriff Pat Garrett.
The Southside School Board went into executive session for about 30 minutes Monday night before accepting the resignation of Middle School Principal Lacy Howard.
A Batesville man who allegedly tried to conceal methamphetamine in his wheelchair is facing two felony charges in Independence County Circuit Court, according to documents filed Monday in the circu
Jan 15 2002 by Sharon Knight
County inmates could become entangled in razor wire in the near future if they attempt to escape from the Independence County Jail.
Jan 15 2002 by Angelia Roberts
LITTLE ROCK – “Let me put it this way, I’ll do whatever they want me to do,” David Miller said of filling the position of Izard County district judge.
Jan 15 2002 by Larry Stroud
ASH FLAT – The Sharp County Quorum Court voted 8-0 with one abstention Monday to freeze wages of all employees at the 2001 level for one year as a cost-cutting measure.
PLEASANT PLAINS – The Pleasant Plains Town Council on Monday discussed a problem with garbage disposal and its escalating costs, said Mayor Rick Siler.