Feb 19 2002 by admin
HIGHLAND – Amazing Stuff Entertainment is bringing the Toy and Collectibles Show to the Spring River area, according to the Spring River Area Chamber of Commerce.
Feb 19 2002 by Sharon Knight
LITTLE ROCK – The Batesville Daily Guard won 15 awards, including Sweepstakes, in the Arkansas Press Association 2002 Better Newspaper Advertising Contest.
MELBOURNE – Ozarka College is currently taking applications for its Physical Therapist Assistant program for the fall, according to a press release.
Deadline to apply is March 8.
CUSHMAN – The Cushman School Board extended the contracts of the principals and superintendent for one more year at Monday night’s meeting, according to Superintendent Gary Anderson.
STARKVILLE, Miss. – Jessica G. Ward of Newark is a President’s Scholar for the 2001 fall semester at Mississippi State University, according to a news release.
STURKIE – Reservations are now being accepted for booth space at the Fulton County Homecoming Festival Street Market in Salem, according to a news release.
Larry J. Jordan of Newport, a Modern Woodmen of America district manager, has earned membership in that organization’s 2001 District Manager Round Table Inner Circle.
Eastman engineers will sponsor events for area students in grades 7-12 to help celebrate National Engineers Week this week.
Feb 19 2002 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A former manager of a child-support unit in the office of T.J.
NEWPORT – Arkansas State University-Newport is seeking comments from the public about the university in preparation for an evaluation by its regional accrediting agency, according to a release.
JONESBORO ““ The Arkansas State University Small Business Development Center will offer a small business training program, Building Your Leadership Skills, on Feb. 28, in Jonesboro.
CAVE CITY – Norman Girtman of Cave City has announced he will run for a 10th term as Sharp County treasurer. He is a lifelong resident of Sharp County.