Dec 20 2001 by Angelia Roberts
Nine days after Arthur Ray Downs Jr., walked out of prison, he was arrested. His girlfriend was also arrested after she attempted to hide drugs in a sheriff’s deputy’s car Wednesday.
Dec 20 2001 by admin
LITTLE ROCK – Comments are being sought on proposed revisions to the state Water Quality Management Plan by adding three facilities with wastewater discharges, including one at Oxford in Izard Coun
Deputy Les McCullom was presented the officer of the year award by Independence County Sheriff Dan Johnson.
Stolen Christmas items were recovered and returned to the homeowner after a passer-by noticed unusual activity at a residence on Jamestown Road late Tuesday afternoon.
Dec 18 2001 by Chuck Ross
One of three suspects arrested in the killing of Larry McGough, 53, of McHue was arraigned and formally charged with capital murder in Stone County Circuit Court Monday.
Dec 18 2001 by admin
ASH FLAT – Sharp County Deputy Seth Higginbottom arrested Carey Lee Richardson, 38, of Sidney on a bench warrant charging Richardson with two counts of fraudulently obtaining a Schedule II controll
CAVE CITY – Consideration of a proposed 2002 budget will top the Cave City Council agenda when the council meets at 7 p.m. Thursday in the City Hall, said Mayor Carl Johnson.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – Two southeast Missouri lawmakers want to change the Missouri Constitution to allow voluntary school prayer, a change they’ll pursue in the next session.
A single burglary and theft of property was reported to the Independence County Sheriff’s Office Monday.
Dec 18 2001 by Angelia Roberts
In less than 30 minutes, floodwall gates Four and Five were closed along White River on Stadium Drive and, at 7 a.m. today, the river was at 25 feet, two feet above flood level.
Dec 18 2001 by Sharon Knight
If you want to get those Christmas packages to your loved ones via the U.S. Postal Service or United Parcel Service, you still have time if you are willing to pay for it.
Farm subsidies, national security, prescription drugs and government spending were topics of discussion with guest speaker Congressman Marion Berry at Monday’s Batesville Rotary Club meeting.