Jan 10 2002 by Angelia Roberts
CHEROKEE VILLAGE – Two men wearing masks and carrying guns kicked in the door of a house and attempted to rob a man Tuesday night, according to Cherokee Village Police Chief Larry Smith, who said
Jan 10 2002 by admin
James Ratliff, a lifetime resident of Lawrence County, has announced his candidacy for State Representative, District 73.
The Southside Public Water Authority pumped 317,243,000 gallons of water during 2001, generating a gross income of $1,075,000, according to a year-end report given to the board of directors Tuesday
Jan 10 2002 by Andrea Bruner
Times have changed since the Depression era, when children went to school with a biscuit and jelly wrapped in a cloth.
Jan 10 2002 by Larry Stroud
HEBER SPRINGS – Carl Garner, former resident engineer for the Corps of Engineers for Greers Ferry Lake, is among those objecting to the corps’ proposed new shoreline management plan.
Jan 9 2002 by Andrea Bruner
As the state Department of Human Services announced more budget cuts, parents of some developmentally disabled children can now breathe a sigh of relief – at least through this year.
Jan 9 2002 by Angelia Roberts
After nixing pay raises, cutting department expenses and borrowing nearly $200,000 from savings, the members of the Batesville City Council passed a budget at Tuesday night’s meeting with a vote of
Jan 9 2002 by Sharon Knight
An Augusta teen-ager is facing several charges in Independence County Circuit Court in connection with his alleged attempt to escape from the White River Regional Juvenile Detention Center on Dec.
Jan 9 2002 by admin
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Pollution Control and Ecology Commission will hold a public hearing Jan.
Jan 9 2002 by Chuck Ross
Independence County’s unemployment rate increased six-tenths of a percent in November, with a similar upward trend reported in neighboring counties, according to the latest statistics released by t
Students in Virginia Sullivan’s first-grade reading classes recently earned some special prizes for their participation in an accelerated reading program.
CHARLOTTE – The Cord-Charlotte fourth- and sixth-grade classes recently had a unique shopping companion.