Dec 14 2001 by admin
Free Will Baptist
The Alpha-Omega Sunday school class meets at 4 p.m. Saturday at Crick’s Catfish Restaurant in Pleasant Plains for their Christmas fellowship.
CUSHMAN – Members of the Cushman School Board voted during a special meeting Tuesday night to apply for a $150,000 federal renovation grant to repair the old high school building.
The Batesville Junior High School band will perform a Christmas Concert at 2 p.m. Sunday at the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville Independence Hall.
Dec 14 2001 by Larry Stroud
ASH FLAT – The Sharp County Budget Committee decided Thursday to recommend the Quorum Court temporarily change the sales tax split to make the county’s proposed 2002 budget balance.
Dec 14 2001 by Angelia Roberts
MELBOURNE – District Judge Dwayne Lawrence will not be sitting on the bench today when municipal court convenes in Melbourne. Instead, a letter of resignation will be en route to Gov.
Dec 14 2001 by Andrea Bruner
There are extra presents under Randy and Kim Gardner’s tree this year, as they have added to their family. The Gardners have adopted a boy named Daniel from Bucharest, Romania.
Dec 13 2001 by Angelia Roberts
MOUNTAIN VIEW – An elected official and pharmacist has been charged with felony fraud-drug paraphernalia charges after approximately 25,000 pills were discovered missing from a pharmacy counter, ac
Dec 13 2001 by Sharon Knight
Emergency workers were scrambling late this morning trying to rescue three Arkansas Eastman workers injured when chlorine leaked from a tanker car.
CALICO ROCK – An inmate is recovering from life-threatening injuries received while he was sleeping.
Despite not reaching its goal this year, United Way of Independence County will award funds to its member agencies based on their contracts with the agency.
Dec 13 2001 by admin
On Tuesday, investigators from the 16th Judicial District Drug Task Force arrested two suspects in a methamphetamine operation in the Magness and Pfeiffer areas, according to a news release.
Batesville Public Schools will dismiss at 1:30 next week (Monday through Thursday), according to Superintendent Ted Hall.