Mar 7 2001 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – The Senate fell one vote short Tuesday of setting new standards for choosing commissioners for the state Workers Compensation Commission in a name-calling tiff over Gov.
Mar 7 2001 by David Campbell
If we could condense our educational progress in the last century into one thought, that thought might be “more.” Today there are more standards placed on public schools than ever before.
Mar 7 2001 by Andrea Bruner
Thirteen years ago, Kathy Ruminer faced a dilemma. Her son needed speech therapy, but she couldn’t afford to pay for the treatment. She said she didn’t know what to do.
Mar 6 2001 by Angelia Roberts
“˜How much is too much?’
Mar 6 2001 by admin
The Junior Auxiliary of Independence County and White River Medical Center are pleased to announce “Aim for Success” will present a program for parents at 7 tonight at Eagle Mountain Elementary Sch
JONESBORO – Arkansas State University has announced events for “Delta Blues Symposium VII: Music and Arts in the Delta,” according to a news release.
ATLANTA – International Student Exchange Programs is seeking local host families for students from Europe, Asia, Russia, Canada, South America, Australia and New Zealand.
BRYANT (AP) – A vague note threatening violence against a faculty member at Bryant High School led authorities today to lock students in their classrooms and search the campus.
The Arkansas State Highway Commission has opened bids for a project to improve an Independence County highway, according to Commissioner Carl Rosenbaum of Little Rock.