Jan 10 2002 by Andrea Bruner
Times have changed since the Depression era, when children went to school with a biscuit and jelly wrapped in a cloth.
Jan 10 2002 by Larry Stroud
HEBER SPRINGS – Carl Garner, former resident engineer for the Corps of Engineers for Greers Ferry Lake, is among those objecting to the corps’ proposed new shoreline management plan.
Jan 10 2002 by Sharon Knight
An Independence County deputy was slightly injured Tuesday afternoon when she was allegedly attacked by a man who had been involved in a one-vehicle accident on Ramsey Mountain.
Jan 10 2002 by admin
ASH FLAT – Family disturbances, thefts, drug cases and alcohol-related incidents topped the Sharp County Sheriff Office’s crime statistics for December, according to a news release from Sheriff T.J
Snoring, once thought to be a harmless but annoying condition, can actually be a symptom of a more serious medical condition, according to a news release.
Jan 10 2002 by Angelia Roberts
CHEROKEE VILLAGE – Two men wearing masks and carrying guns kicked in the door of a house and attempted to rob a man Tuesday night, according to Cherokee Village Police Chief Larry Smith, who said
Jan 9 2002 by admin
Students in Virginia Sullivan’s first-grade reading classes recently earned some special prizes for their participation in an accelerated reading program.
CHARLOTTE – The Cord-Charlotte fourth- and sixth-grade classes recently had a unique shopping companion.
Jan 9 2002 by Sharon Knight
A former Southside man accused in the beating death of a Sulphur Rock man over the weekend is scheduled for arraignment in Christian County, Ky., on Friday.
ASH FLAT – Several Sharp County residents pleaded guilty Monday to various criminal charges in the county’s circuit court before Judge Harold Erwin, according to public information in the county an
Jan 9 2002 by Andrea Bruner
As the state Department of Human Services announced more budget cuts, parents of some developmentally disabled children can now breathe a sigh of relief – at least through this year.
Jan 9 2002 by Angelia Roberts
After nixing pay raises, cutting department expenses and borrowing nearly $200,000 from savings, the members of the Batesville City Council passed a budget at Tuesday night’s meeting with a vote of