Sep 17 2001 by Sharon Knight
School patrons in Independence County will go to the polls Tuesday to decide school board members in four races.
Polls will open be open from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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 14 2001 by Caryn Rousseau
NORTH LITTLE ROCK (AP) – The first place that World Trade Center survivor Adam Staples went after returning to Arkansas on Thursday was Little Rock National Airport.
To meet his father.
Sep 14 2001 by admin
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Sep 14 2001 by Deborah Hasting
NEW YORK (AP) – Rescuers racing against the clock in a desperate attempt to find survivors in the World Trade Center’s rubble faced a new obstacle today: rain.
Sep 14 2001 by Kelly P. Kissel
Airports reopened in Arkansas on Thursday, letting a lucky few continue journeys interrupted during terrorist attacks on the East Coast, and state officials made plans to end a tumultuous week with
Sep 14 2001 by Sharon Knight
OIL TROUGH – It is a long way from Oil Trough to New York City, yet the effects of Tuesday’s terrorist attack has left the children at this tiny elementary school shaken.
But not defeated.
Sep 14 2001 by Brian Skoloff
FORT SMITH (AP) – Secrecy and surprise surround the arrest of a Fort Smith man by FBI agents in connection with Tuesday’s terrorist attacks on the East Coast.
Sep 14 2001 by Susanne M. Schafer
WASHINGTON (AP) – President Bush today gave the Pentagon authority to call 50,000 reservists to active duty for “homeland defense” and other missions in response to the terrorist attacks on New Yor
A memorial service for Sara Low will be at 4 p.m. Saturday at the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville Independence Hall.
HARDY – A search warrant executed on a residence north of Hardy in Fulton County resulted in three arrests, according to 16th Judicial District Drug Task Force Investigator Afton Fletcher.
Sep 13 2001 by Guard Staff
Employees at First Community Bank, some friends and former coworkers of Sara Low, worked Wednesday afternoon making hundreds of blue and red ribbons to hand out in memory of Low.