Apr 3 2002 by admin
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – State revenues for Arkansas were more than $22 million below forecast through March with just three months left in the fiscal year, the state fiscal office reported, raising the
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Deidra R. Emery, a sixth-grader at Newark Elementary School, will compete in the Arkansas geographic bee Friday in Arkadelphia, according to a news release.
EVENING SHADE – The Evening Shade High School Beta Club will present “The Blue Dog,” a play with a cast of eight characters, according to Bobbie Paysinger, Beta Club sponsor.
Worrying about hair loss and skin complexion changes often precludes many cancer patients from focusing on fighting their disease, according to a release.
Brittany Dillard, a junior at Southside High School in Batesville, won the “best energy-related science project” award at the North Central Arkansas Regional Science Fair March 15 at Lyon College.
JONESBORO – Former Green Party vice presidential candidate Winona LaDuke will speak Monday as part of the Lecture-Concert Series at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro.
Apr 2 2002 by Sharon Knight
Authorities are asking for help from the public in locating the individual or individuals who damaged several tombstones at Charlotte Cemetery.
Apr 2 2002 by Angelia Roberts
Planning commissioners approved one request for rezoning, tabled another and removed an application for a bed and breakfast from the agenda at Monday night’s meeting.
Apr 2 2002 by Andrea Bruner
Dennis McCrackin understands the importance of organ donation. In May, he will celebrate 12 years with his new heart.
Apr 2 2002 by admin
A Batesville man has been charged in Independence County Circuit Court with burglary and theft of property, according to documents filed Friday in the circuit clerk’s office.
Circuit Judge Stephen Choate of Heber Springs will seek a fourth term as circuit judge, Division 3 for the 16th Judicial District, saying that he wants to continue the positive impact he has had on