May 21 2001 by admin
SITKA – Pleasant Ridge Community Church, located eight miles north of Poughkeepsie in the Sitka community, will have its monthly singing at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 26.
May 21 2001 by Jim Chlebak
CAVE CITY – Two lightning strikes on the same line cut power twice to around 2,000 Entergy customers in the Cave City area Sunday afternoon and night.
WALNUT RIDGE – Natalie Nuckolls and Pam Nuckolls, both of Batesville, have recently been named Campus VIPs for the 2000-01 school year at Williams Baptist College in Walnut Ridge, according to a ne
ASH FLAT – Three men face drug charges after being arrested by State Trooper Phillip Pickett after a traffic stop in Sharp County, said Sheriff T.J. “Sonny” Powell.
JONESBORO (AP) – The Hytrol Conveyor Co. says a business slowdown has prompted the company to plan layoffs of 60 employees – less than 10 percent of the company’s workforce.
May 21 2001 by Chuck Ross
One of Independence County’s landmarks is not completely usable by persons with physical disabilities.
JONESBORO (AP) – Officials of Kraft Foods say production of some Cream of Wheat cereal is to be moved to a Kraft plant at Jonesboro.
National Emergency Medical Services Week is a celebration to honor EMS providers in Stone and Independence counties, as well as nationwide, according to a news release from Vital Link Ambulance Ser
Several graduating seniors in tbe Batesville Daily Guard circulation area have been awarded high school senior academic scholarships from the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville,
May 21 2001 by Chuck Bartels
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Arkansas is showing signs that it is building a base among its students, and within government and other entities, to make the state a more attractive place to develop new high-t
MELBOURNE – Lisa Hunt of Batesville has been named Ozarka College’s Outstanding Alumna for 2001, according to a news release.
CUSHMAN – The Cushman School Board will meet at 6:30 tonight to consider annual appointments, hiring, next year’s budget and usual business, according to Gary Anderson, superintendent.