Jun 28 2002 by Asghar Ali
SPINBOLDAK, Afghanistan (AP) – An explosion at an Afghan munitions depot sent rockets and ammunition firing in all directions through this southern town today, killing at least 10 people and leavin
Jun 28 2002 by Angelia Roberts
MOUNTAIN VIEW – Five people believed to be Batesville residents are expected to be charged in connection with the murder of a Fulton County man.
Jun 28 2002 by Anne Gearan
WASHINGTON (AP) – The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that tuition vouchers are constitutional, a landmark church-state decision that could remap the educational landscape by allowing wider public fin
Jun 28 2002 by Sharon Knight
He hasn’t taken office yet or even been elected to the position, but constable candidate Aaron Scott of Sulphur Rock already has landed in hot water.
Jun 28 2002 by Andrea Bruner
The Independence County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a missing child who was allegedly taken by his noncustodial mother four days ago.
Jun 28 2002 by admin
145 YEARS AGO
HUFF – Candace Allen and Keith Hays exchanged vows on June 8 at Salado Baptist Church.
Gerry L. Dugger and Cynthia Dugger of Batesville have announced the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Tamara Renee Dugger, to Timothy Allen Brown, son of Charles J.
Jun 28 2002 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Gov. Mike Huckabee says a planned lawsuit against the state over the firing of its information chief is baseless because the man served at the will of the governor.
Jun 28 2002 by Sarah Fisher
SPRINGDALE (AP) – Every week a child breaks Dr. Mark Thomas’ heart.
Jun 28 2002 by Colleen Barry
KANANASKIS, Alberta (AP) – The annual meeting of the world’s eight most powerful countries produced a surprising number of winners, and few losers, for a summit convened in seclusion and under extr
Jun 27 2002 by admin
ROGERS (AP) – A Rogers native who now lives in Florida claims a family cemetery was destroyed to make room for a runway at the city’s airport.