Nov 14 2001 by Sharon Knight
The Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce is embarking on a Christmas mission that it hopes will benefit consumers and businesses alike.
The goal: Encourage everyone to shop at home.
Nov 14 2001 by admin
The budget committee of the Independence County Quorum Court Tuesday referred more than a dozen organizational budgets to the court for consideration.
In recognition of National Chemistry Week, Nov. 4-10, Arkansas Eastman in Batesville hosted science quiz bowls for junior and senior high school students from area schools.
HEBER SPRINGS – The Sonic Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis is scheduled for Dec. 1 at the Heber Springs High School Track.
Nov 14 2001 by Chuck Ross
By unanimous roll call vote, the Independence County Quorum Court approved the issuance of $26 million in bonds to complete the hydroelectric project Monday.
Nov 14 2001 by Andrea Bruner
Independence Hall was filled to the rafters with eager cooks and appetizing aromas Tuesday night, as the Batesville Daily Guard presented the third annual Taste of Home Cooking Show.
A local offender charged with numerous offenses was tried today in Batesville Municipal Court.
Nov 14 2001 by Angelia Roberts
Saying he felt he was not only owed an apology but compensation, Eddie Lumpkin, owner of the historic Marvin Hotel, voiced his complaints at Tuesday night’s Batesville City Council meeting.
Nov 13 2001 by admin
Dr. Helen Robbins, associate professor of English at Lyon College, became the ninth Lyon faculty member in 13 years to be named Arkansas Professor of the Year, according to a news release.
Nov 13 2001 by Harry King
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Razorbacks could beat Mississippi State on Saturday and know little more about their bowl situation than they know at the moment.
SEARCY – Kyle Stokes, a Democrat, has announced his candidacy for the office of White County Judge.