Aug 30 2001 by admin
Ed Haas, executive director of the White River Area Agency on Aging Inc., has earned the Chartered Financial Consultant professional designation from The American College, Bryn Mawr, Pa., according
CAVE CITY – Over 2,000 piecesof handcrafted jewelry and gemstones will be displayed at a “one-of-a-kind, open air benefit show,” according to Dale Mobley.
Aug 29 2001 by admin
Food safety experts agree that foods are properly cooked when they are heated for a long enough time and at a high enough temperature to kill the harmful bacteria that cause foodborne illness, acco
MOUNTAIN HOME – Cognitive tests now can distinguish early Alzheimer’s from minor memory lapses that come with age, according to Dr.
Aug 29 2001 by Angelia Roberts
City Council members got no answers to questions at last night’s meeting regarding the lawsuit between Abe Garcia and the city settled out of court last month.
NEWARK – Guy Santucci, superintendent of the Newark School District, has announced classes for the 2001-02 school year began Aug. 20.
MELBOURNE – Attorneys painted jurors two pictures of the 73-year-old woman in the courtroom, one of a sweet, retired school teacher who would not intentionally hurt anyone, the other a mean and vic
Aug 29 2001 by Betty Harrison
The Batesville School District has always believed that staff members should be engaged in professional development and technical growth in order to be better qualified to provide a rigorous educat
Aug 29 2001 by David Cox
HARDY – The City of Hardy’s new hamburger tax may be scaled back before it takes effect.
LITTLE ROCK – “Home-schooling in Arkansas,” airing at 7 p.m. Tuesday on the Arkansas Educational Television Network, examines the growing numbers of homeschoolers in Arkansas.
Aug 29 2001 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Business leaders in Arkansas say they would support higher taxes if the money is invested in education reforms that would reduce the number of school districts and boost teacher
Applications are being accepted for the APPLE Project, a federally-sponsored program for high school students, grades nine through 11, according to Kim Boehm, APPLE Project acting director.