Aug 28 2001 by Angelia Roberts
Members of the Batesville Utilities Commission learned health insurance costs were going up during Monday night’s meeting and agreed to look at other options before committing to Blue Cross and Blu
Aug 27 2001 by admin
CONCORD – A special account has been set up at Citizens Bank for Brenda Sue Robertson of Batesville, who was involved in a car accident on Aug. 14.
Office of Emergency Services Director Bill Hicks requests that all county citizens be aware of the dangers of fire during this hot, dry season.
Batesville Junior High School will have open house at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the library, according to Principal Harry Crossett.
MELBOURNE – A tabloid publication advertising the North Central Arkansas District Fair can be picked up at participating counties’ Extension offices or from fair board members in the various counti
CAVE CITY – Drivers who park vehicles illegally along School Road by Cave City Elementary School during school hours will receive citations and be subject to fines, Police Chief Vernon Gann said.
Aug 27 2001 by Angelia Roberts
Surveillance paid off for the 16th Judicial District Drug Task Force and Stone County authorities with the arrest of a woman and two men on felony drug charges, according to Todd Hudspeth with the
Aug 27 2001 by T. Robin Tate
Some 25 people gathered in City Hall Saturday morning to ask questions of State Sen. Jack Critcher.
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Petroleum Storage Tank Advisory Committee will meet at 9 a.m.
Lyon College President Walter B.
MELBOURNE – Charges of rape have been filed against a Sidney man after authorities investigated allegations made by a 34-year-old woman who claims she was drugged, sexually molested and left half-n
Aug 27 2001 by Larry Stroud
CAVE CITY – The second shift work force at the UniFirst plant in Cave City has been reduced in a reorganization that was, at least in part, to get the plant functioning as it was originally designe