Jul 8 2002 by Angela K. Brown
BROWNWOOD, Texas (AP) – As murky water lapped against sandbags piled in front of restaurants, motels and gas stations, residents hoped desperately it wouldn’t rise.
Jul 8 2002 by Angelia Roberts
A Batesville family whose grief was cast into the national spotlight with the events of Sept. 11 want to deal with their latest events privately.
Jul 8 2002 by Sharon Knight
IMBODEN – Steve Huddleston was at work when a colleague told him one airplane had crashed into the World Trade Center, then another.
Jul 8 2002 by admin
Independence County has completed a state-mandated countywide reappraisal of real property, according to a news release.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – The number of Hispanic students in Arkansas’ public colleges has grown during the past five years by a greater percentage than any other ethnic group, according to the Arkansas D
145 Years Ago
Jul 8 2002 by Melissa Nelson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Passenger-train advocates say Amtrak will have to make a major investment in Arkansas before passenger rail service in the state can be profitable.
Jul 5 2002 by Chris Kahn
Jul 5 2002 by admin
145 YEARS AGO
Jul 5 2002 by Carol Rolf
GREENBRIER (AP) – Robert and Eightha June Coffman of Greenbrier are making a difference in Arkansas as well as Faulkner County.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Officials say the state has been assessed a fine by the Internal Revenue Service because it took too long to provide the tax agency with money withheld from state workers’ payche
Jul 5 2002 by Allison Schlesinger