Sep 19 2001 by Sharon Knight
A Sulphur Rock school board candidate barely squeaked by her opponent in Tuesday’s school board elections, proving once more that one vote really counts – particularly when its your own.
Sep 19 2001 by Angelia Roberts
Evening Shade was the only school district in Sharp County with a contested race for a school board position with incumbent Frankie Dickerson being challenged by Richard Duke.
Sep 19 2001 by Brian Skoloff
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – With all eyes on the airline industry after last week’s terror attacks, trucking officials are nervously watching the economy suffer and gas prices fluctuate.
Sep 19 2001 by admin
The Fall 2001 Visiting Writers Series at Lyon College opens this week with poet Allison Funk, according to a news release.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – In an effort to track signs of the West Nile Virus, Arkansas health officials on Tuesday asked residents to report any dead birds.
Sep 18 2001 by admin
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Board of Apportionment, comprised of the Governor, Secretary of State and the Attorney General, will conduct a final public hearing regarding the redistricting of the Ark
NEWPORT – Churches in Jackson County have scheduled a “spirit parade” and a community-wide prayer service tonight in Newport for everyone affected by last week’s terrorist attacks in New York and W
Sep 18 2001 by Sharon Knight
First Community Bank president and chief executive officer Dale Cole and executive vice president Boris Dover are good sports – really good sports – when it comes to fulfilling an agreement waged o
SEARCY – Two White County residents were arrested on drug charges Wednesday, according to a press release from the county sheriff’s department.
CAVE CITY – All Cave City Elementary classes participated in activities Friday in remembrance of Batesville native Sara Low, a flight attendant who perished in one of the hijacked jetliners that cr
Curves for Women has moved to a new location in Batesville – to 1203 E. Main Street, next door to its old location.
School patrons in Independence County still have plenty of time to cast their ballots in today’s school board elections. Polls will be open until 7:30 this evening.