Nov 2 2001 by Sharon Knight
The Batesville Daily Guard received an award from the Arkansas Education Association Thursday night for its efforts to help the victims of a recent earthquake in India.
Nov 2 2001 by admin
Free Will Baptist
The Arkansas Bikers Aiming Toward Education, District II will host their annual toy run Saturday.
The riders will meet in the Wal-Mart parking lot at noon, and begin the run at 1 p.m.
ASH FLAT – Family members and authorities are satisfied the death of an Ash Flat man was suicide, according to Ash Flat Chief of Police Ricky Crook.
Three members of Arkansas’ Congressional delegation were among those who voted in favor of the Energy and Water Appropriations Bill sent to President George W. Bush for his signature.
Nov 2 2001 by Chuck Ross
The recreation committee of the Independence County Quorum Court made quick work of budget hearings for county organizations requesting grant funds for proposed projects.
Nov 2 2001 by Andrea Bruner
This holiday season, the White River will be glowing, said John Hayes, treasurer of the River City Kiwanis Club.
Oct 31 2001 by Chuck Ross
With a minimum of discussion, the budget committee of the Independence County Quorum Court approved 17 separate 2002 budgets for referral to the full quorum court for action.
Oct 31 2001 by admin
The Independence County United Way Victory Banquet will be in Independence Hall on the campus of the University of Arkansas Community College in Batesville on Nov. 8.
John Marc Shellenberger, a freshman at Batesville Junior High, was recently selected Future Business Leaders of America, Junior High Level District V President at the Fall Leadership Conference, he
Sulphur Rock students Kari Goss and Wes Scribner have been selected October teens of the month by the Batesville Optimist Club.
Oct 31 2001 by Sharon Knight
North Arkansas Human Services System of Batesville is one of five Arkansas agencies awarded housing grants totaling $6.88 million from the Housing and Urban Development agency.