Sep 25 2001 by Angelia Roberts
The Batesville Utilities Commission agreed Monday to keep insurance coverage with the current provider after looking at bids from other insurance carriers.
Sep 25 2001 by admin
JONESBORO – “Seeking Understanding: Perspectives on September 11th,” a panel discussion, will be at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Carl R. Reng Center Ballroom at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro.
Sep 25 2001 by Sharon Knight
First Community Bank in Batesville has made a change at its top level, but the change is an indication of growth not of departure.
It has been 20 years since Libby Roller became a “good neighbor” in Batesville. But, on Sept. 30 she’ll say good-bye to the insurance company that has yielded her a “wonderful” career.
JACKSONVILLE (AP) – The Little Rock Air Force Base, which operates C-130s and is the training base for the cargo planes, has received orders to deploy.
ASH FLAT – First National Bank of Sharp County has announced the formation of its new Passport Club – a club for people age 50 and older – that combines traditional banking services with an excelle
Approximately $200,000 for repairs and renovations was awarded to Independence, Stone, White and Izard counties from the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program, according to a press release from th
The Batesville City Council meets at 5:30 p.m. tonight in City Hall and will have a light agenda.
The National Federation of Press Women has announced that three Batesville Daily Guard staff members have been named national winners in its annual communications competition, according to a news r
DESHA – A Desha man was arrested on Friday after authorities searched his residence and found evidence of a methamphetamine lab, according to Chief Investigator Scott Russell with the 16th Judicial
MELBOURNE – The North Central Arkansas District Fair got under way Monday with check-in of exhibits in the commercial, educational and home economics booths, according to board member Nancy Orr and
POWHATAN – Lake Charles State Park is offering a “Nature Books” program beginning at 7 p.m. Thursday, said Stan Starling, interpreter.