Sep 18 2001 by admin
Curves for Women has moved to a new location in Batesville – to 1203 E. Main Street, next door to its old location.
School patrons in Independence County still have plenty of time to cast their ballots in today’s school board elections. Polls will be open until 7:30 this evening.
Glen McMullin, vice president of Independence County Abstract in Batesville, has been named Arkansas Title Man of the Year.
Sep 18 2001 by Chuck Ross
The Independence County Sheriff’s Office has made two arrests in connection with Monday’s bomb threat at Southside High School.
Sep 17 2001 by Angelia Roberts
She was remembered as a sweet, determined woman whose smile could light up a room during Saturday’s memorial service.
Sep 17 2001 by admin
HEBER SPRINGS – Officers of the Cleburne County Sheriff’s Department and the 16th Judicial District Drug Task Force searched the Johnny L.
Southside Schools evacuated students this morning after a call came into a pay phone at the high school claiming there was a bomb on campus.
PINE BLUFF (AP) – The last time Deborah Langford talked to her cousin, Nehamon Lyons IV fussed at her because he thought it was taking too long for her to close the deal on a house for his mother.
Sep 17 2001 by Larry Stroud
EVENING SHADE – Sharp County schools have only one school board race in Tuesday’s school elections, and that is at Evening Shade, where incumbent Frankie Dickerson is being challenged by Richard Du
ASH FLAT – Sharp County Sheriff’s Investigator David Huffmaster arrested 39-year-old Brenda Kay Painter of Hardy Friday for furnishing a prohibited article to a correctional facility, a class C fel
ASH FLAT – Twenty-one thefts and nine drug cases were among incidents investigated during August by the Sharp County Sheriff’s Department, according to Sheriff T.J.
WEATHERFORD, Okla. – Jeremy S. Bymaster of Batesville is enrolled in his first semester at Southwestern Oklahoma State University School of Pharmacy at Weatherford, according to a press release.