Aug 1 2001 by Kelly P. Kissel
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A federal appeals court said Tuesday that Arkansas can continue to ban persistent telemarketers, upholding a law that directs solicitors to shut up when their targets say they’re
Aug 1 2001 by admin
LITTLE ROCK – The Little Rock Reptile Expo, in conjunction with the Central Arkansas Herpetological Society, will sponsor a reptile show and sale, open to the public, on Saturday and Sunday, accord
Aug 1 2001 by Andrea Bruner
Not every girl wins a pageant her first time to compete, but that’s exactly what Miss Batesville 2002 did Tuesday night.
MOUNTAIN VIEW – Eric Richardson, a student at Mountain View High School, represented Arkansas at the recent Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference in Orla
Aug 1 2001 by Angelia Roberts
Tonight, a former Batesville resident will be presented with one of the highest honors given by the Association of General Contractors, known as the SIR award.
According to school officials, the students listed below made the honor roll for the fourth nine weeks of the 2000-01 school year at Southside High School.
VIOLET HILL – Harry Martin is blind, but not to the fact his moving into the small community of Violet Hill would go unnoticed, because the first thing he was required to do was register as a convi
SEARCY – Elliott Brannon, Nate Handley, Phillip Kerr and Steven Summers, all of Batesville, were among 35 students from across the state to attend a state-funded Academic Enrichment for Gifted in t
Jul 31 2001 by admin
NEWPORT (AP) – An inmate was stabbed to death early Monday morning after what prison officials thought was a robbery gone awry.
Jul 31 2001 by Vickie Jones
The community working with single parents toward a better future is the goal for the Independence county Single Parent Scholarship Program.
Jul 31 2001 by Jim Chlebak
“If you received the May issue of National Geographic, you may have recognized the name of someone you know,” Doylene Jones wrote in a recent letter to the Guard.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Much of Arkansas is under a heat advisory through Wednesday, and the dangerous conditions could persist through Friday, the National Weather Service said.