May 14 2002 by Angelia Roberts
Grant money that was initially to be used for a museum connected with the hydroelectric project might best be utilized at the Old Independence Regional Museum, according to Rita Potts, hydroelectri
May 14 2002 by admin
Landmark Baptist Academy will host its graduation ceremony at 7 p.m. Friday at the Landmark auditorium, according to school officials.
Graduating are: Cody Treadway and Cherith Taylor.
Members of the Batesville City Council will discuss drafting a noise ordinance at 5:30 tonight when they convene at City Hall.
The Batesville Area Ministers Fellowship will sponsor a Batesville High School vespers service at 8 p.m. Thursday at the West Baptist Church Worship Center, 1100 N.
STRAWBERRY – The third annual Strawberry Fest will beginning with a parade at 10 a.m. Saturday, according to a news release.
May 14 2002 by Andrea Bruner
Tim Weaver and Bryan Tilley are squaring off for the 16th Judicial District, Position 4 judgeship in the Democratic primary Tuesday. Judicial races are, for the first time, nonpartisan.
PLEASANT PLAINS – The Pleasant Plains Town Council heard monthly financial and marshal’s reports during a regular meeting Monday, said Mayor Rick Siler.
May 14 2002 by Sharon Knight
U.S. Rep. Marion Berry (D-Gillett) has introduced an act in Congress that some say will slow the production of methamphetamine.
First Community Bank celebrated the construction of its new Eagle Mountain office at Eagle Mountain Boulevard in Batesville on May 7 with a symbolic nail driving ceremony.
May 13 2002 by Sharon Knight
Guard Staff Writer
Two people are facing felony charges for allegedly stealing two cars and wrecking them, according to documents filed Thursday in the Independence County Circuit Court clerk’s office.
May 13 2002 by admin
CONCORD – Concord High School will host its graduation ceremony at 7 p.m. Friday in the high school gymnasium, according to Irvin Fairfield, high school principal.