Nov 15 2001 by Angelia Roberts
GUION – The head of a cow was discovered in a ditch by a man in the Gid community, near Guion, late Sunday afternoon.
Nov 15 2001 by Andrea Bruner
The newly-formed White River Aging Foundation Inc.
Nov 15 2001 by admin
A new NOAA Weather Radio transmitter in northeast White County will broadcast to large parts of Independence, Cleburne, Jackson and Woodruff counties as well as White County, according to John F.
While no play foul is suspected, investigators are waiting for an exact cause of death from the state medical examiner’s office after the body of a Mountain View man was discovered in a ditch, acco
Nov 15 2001 by Chuck Ross
An Independence County Sheriff’s deputy responded early Wednesday to a report of a natural death.
MOUNTAIN VIEW – Peggy Taylor has been named Volunteer of the Year by the Arkansas Hospital Auxiliary Association, according to a release.
Nov 14 2001 by Andrea Bruner
Independence Hall was filled to the rafters with eager cooks and appetizing aromas Tuesday night, as the Batesville Daily Guard presented the third annual Taste of Home Cooking Show.
Nov 14 2001 by admin
A local offender charged with numerous offenses was tried today in Batesville Municipal Court.
Nov 14 2001 by Angelia Roberts
Saying he felt he was not only owed an apology but compensation, Eddie Lumpkin, owner of the historic Marvin Hotel, voiced his complaints at Tuesday night’s Batesville City Council meeting.
SULPHUR ROCK – The Rock-Moore Water Public Water Authority has announced the conversion of its entity status from that of a “body corporate” to that of a “body politic,” there by allowing it the op
The following students made the honor roll for the first nine weeks of the 2001-02 school year at Batesville High School.
About 50 Caddette and Senior Girl Scouts and leaders recently spent a weekend at Camp Crossed Arrows in Floral to work on their Women Through Time project interest badge.