Feb 19 2002 by admin
MELBOURNE – Ozarka College is currently taking applications for its Physical Therapist Assistant program for the fall, according to a press release.
Deadline to apply is March 8.
CUSHMAN – The Cushman School Board extended the contracts of the principals and superintendent for one more year at Monday night’s meeting, according to Superintendent Gary Anderson.
STARKVILLE, Miss. – Jessica G. Ward of Newark is a President’s Scholar for the 2001 fall semester at Mississippi State University, according to a news release.
STURKIE – Reservations are now being accepted for booth space at the Fulton County Homecoming Festival Street Market in Salem, according to a news release.
Larry J. Jordan of Newport, a Modern Woodmen of America district manager, has earned membership in that organization’s 2001 District Manager Round Table Inner Circle.
Eastman engineers will sponsor events for area students in grades 7-12 to help celebrate National Engineers Week this week.
Feb 19 2002 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A former manager of a child-support unit in the office of T.J.
NEWPORT – Arkansas State University-Newport is seeking comments from the public about the university in preparation for an evaluation by its regional accrediting agency, according to a release.
JONESBORO ““ The Arkansas State University Small Business Development Center will offer a small business training program, Building Your Leadership Skills, on Feb. 28, in Jonesboro.
CAVE CITY – Norman Girtman of Cave City has announced he will run for a 10th term as Sharp County treasurer. He is a lifelong resident of Sharp County.
MELBOURNE – Ozarka College is accepting applications for the Kerry Evans and Family Scholarship, according to a release.
ASH FLAT – Three homeowners in south Sharp County reported having items stolen from their property last week, said Sheriff T.J. “Sonny” Powell.