Mar 21 2002 by Guard Staff
The White River reached a crest of 29.6 feet early today and had already started to recede before noon.
Mar 21 2002 by Sharon Knight
With no secure funding in place and the end of his term in office approaching, Circuit Judge Keith Rutledge said he will launch a drug court in the 16th Judicial District in September.
Mar 21 2002 by admin
EVENING SHADE – The Evening Shade School Board voted unanimously in a regular meeting last week to try to annex part of the old Poughkeepsie School District, said Virginia Qualls, administrative se
The Charlotte 4-H Club took home the most awards at the Independence County 4-H Fashion Review Monday night at the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville.
Mar 21 2002 by Kelly Wiese
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Lawyers for the government and for former prosecutor T.J. Hively filed briefs regarding Hively’s request that the judge acquit him of the remaining federal charges against him.
Mar 21 2002 by Angelia Roberts
He’s been incarcerated, released and ordered back to prison, but Friday he will officially be free. Ron Webb is coming home.
ASH FLAT – The Sharp County Sheriff’s Office is investigating three suspicious house fires that occurred over a five-day span, Sheriff T.J. “Sonny” Powell said in a news release.
Batesville Schools will dismiss at 1:30 p.m. Friday and will be out next week for spring break.
Mar 20 2002 by Guard Staff
The question for emergency officials this morning was “How high will the White River get?”
Mar 20 2002 by Sharon Knight
The air is thick with smoke – the savory aroma of hickory and mesquite and spices blended to make the perfect barbecue sauce.
Mar 20 2002 by admin
Three Batesville residents are facing burglary and theft charges in Independence County Circuit Court, according to documents filed Monday in the circuit clerk’s office.