Apr 26 2001 by admin
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – The father of two little girls aboard American Airlines Flight 1420 when it crashed at Little Rock – and the husband of the girls’ mother, also aboard the plane – says he feels h
MELBOURNE – The Melbourne School Board met Monday night with all members present, according to Glen Billingsley, superintendent.
BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) – An infant girl, the granddaughter of a Little Rock couple has died after being flown here from Vietnam for treatment of a heart condition.
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Department of Health will provide free immunization shots Saturday at Wal-Mart, 315 Sylamore Avenue, in Mountain View, according to a news release.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Arkansas’s two senators, Republican Tim Hutchinson and Democrat Blanche Lincoln, say they don’t want to see the successful wetlands program of the federal government abandoned.
Apr 26 2001 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – When the conversation turns to politics next year, President Bush has a suggestion for Arkansas voters.
Apr 26 2001 by Alan Sayre
NEW ORLEANS (AP) – Entergy Corp., which called off a deal this month that would have created the nation’s largest power utility, said Wednesday that first-quarter earnings increased 48 percent, exc
Reports of personal property thefts were reported to the Independence County Sheriff’s Office.
Apr 25 2001 by Angelia Roberts
Members of the Batesville City Council and city employees were not all traveling in the same direction when they addressed employee usage of city vehicles at Tuesday night’s meeting.
Apr 25 2001 by admin
Twenty-three members of the Southside Key Club and eight sponsors recently attended the club’s 54th Missouri-Arkansas District Convention in Springdale, participating in general sessions, officer t
Apr 25 2001 by Jim Chlebak
Most folks agree Arkansas education could use some changes. But as evidenced in the state Legislature recently, the shouting starts when it comes time for deciding where to begin.
Apr 25 2001 by Harry Crossett
As the school year winds down, it is time to reflect on the accomplishments of this year’s Batesville Junior High students.