Feb 13 2002 by Angelia Roberts
Seeking approval to finance a $300,000 purchase from Rock-Moore Water Association took up most of Tuesday night’s city council meeting, but council members also heard an update on the hydro-project
Feb 13 2002 by Sharon Knight
Representatives of state and federal agencies that have an interest in Independence County’s hydro-electric project got a first-hand look at the dams that will be producing power for the project on
Feb 13 2002 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A former manager of a north-central Arkansas child support unit testified today that T.J.
Feb 13 2002 by Andrea Bruner
Zachary Seymore doesn’t feel his performance in the Independence County Spelling Bee was “malodorous” – he won the event by spelling that word.
Feb 13 2002 by admin
A Floral man has been charged in Independence County Circuit Court with second-degree criminal mischief, according to documents filed Tuesday in the circuit clerk’s office.
ASH FLAT – Wayne Long, Justice of the Peace in District 4 in Sharp County, has announced he will be a candidate for the office of Sharp County judge in the May 21 Democratic primary election.
Odus Fulmer has announced he is seeking a second term in the Democratic primary for Independence County assessor.
Feb 12 2002 by admin
Dr. Tim H. Lindblom has joined the Lyon College faculty as an assistant professor of biology. Lindblom assumed his teaching responsibilities at the beginning of the January term.
Wes Green of 220 Dowell Lane has become a consultant for Main Boss Maintenance Software and established his own consulting firm, CMMS Consulting.
Feb 12 2002 by Sharon Knight
It’s business as usual at Arkansas Eastman today following Monday’s announcement that its parent company, Eastman Chemical Co., has abandoned plans to spin off into two separate companies.
Cristal Passmore has joined the staff of Don Tay’s Hair Care, 2045 Harrison St. in Batesville.
Feb 12 2002 by Andrea Bruner
Each year, nearly half a million babies are born premature, according to information from the March of Dimes. Born too soon and too small, these babies may have to fight for their lives.