Jul 5 2002 by admin
Foster-parent training will be offered from 6 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday nights, beginning Aug.
The Independence County Sheriff’s Department is investigating reports that property was stolen from two vehicles Tuesday while they were parked at Holiday Inn Express in Batesville, according to re
Entergy has expressed its concern about a scene in the new children’ movie, “Like Mike,” that shows a child developing super powers after being struck by lightning while trying to retrieve his shoe
Jul 5 2002 by Chris Kahn
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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 3 2002 by Sharon Knight
A former contractual employee of Life Plus International in Batesville is suing the company claiming he was dismissed from the German branch solely because of his religious beliefs.
Jul 3 2002 by Nathan J. Reinhart
A Batesville businessman whose company has been assisting Hispanics says there is a simple explanation for why so many are coming to Batesville seeking state identification cards at the local reven
Jul 3 2002 by Josh Dubow
Baseball’s hitters got a head start on the Home Run Derby.
A record 62 home runs were hit in the major leagues Tuesday night, breaking the mark of 57 set two years ago.
Jul 3 2002 by admin
BULL SHOALS (AP) – Former Gov. Sid McMath rededicated the Bull Shoals Dam for its 50th anniversary, remembering how President Harry Truman supported efforts to get electricity to rural Arkansas.