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.
Aug 1 2001 by admin
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
Harry Martin is not an isolated case.
The following students at Batesville High School have made the honor roll for the second semester of the 2000-01 school year, according to a news release.
A portion of Chaney Drive will be closed Thursday morning through Saturday night for this week’s White River Water Carnival events, according to Debbie Allen with the Batesville Area Chamber of Com
CAVE CITY – Officers of the North Arkansas Reading Council participated in the Arkansas Reading Association’s Leadership Training Workshop July 20 and 21 at the Embassy Suites in Little Rock, accor
CONCORD – Concord High School will host registration next week in the school library for students in grades 9-12, according to a release from Karen Cooper, counselor.
Jason Giambi and the Oakland Athletics played so well, they left Cleveland general manager John Hart speechless.
SULPHUR ROCK – It took the Sulphur Rock School Board just about 15 minutes Tuesday night to complete a special meeting dedicated to personnel issues, according to Superintendent Jerry Rose.
Aug 1 2001 by Chuck Ross
A light day of activity was punctuated Tuesday by a truck losing part of its load and damaging the vehicle of a Locust Grove woman.