Aug 30 2001 by admin
“We’re hoping it’s like the man who stole the “˜Mona Lisa’ from the Louvre, that they loved it so much they just took it home with them.” said Aline McCracken.
Labor Day on Monday will result in the closing of several local, state and federal offices. These offices will resume normal service on Tuesday.
Batesville Public Schools will dismiss classes Monday in observance of Labor Day, according to Superintendent Ted Hall.
POWHATAN – Lake Charles State Park administrators are seeking volunteers – individuals and organizations – to help with a Sept.
FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. – Tristen D. Nelson joined the Army Reserves of Nashville, Tenn., on Feb. 16. Nelson was promoted May 19 to the rank of E2, according to his father, Greg Goff.
A Court Appointed Special Advocates training session, which began in early July, has culminated in the swearing-in of two new advocates.
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.
Nevada town is host to the Super Bowl of rib-roasts
By Tom Gardner
Associated Press Writer
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Nine women filed a lawsuit against three state officials, contending the defendants are responsible for late child support checks.
SULPHUR ROCK – David Blackburn, a junior at Sulphur Rock High School, recently received a certificate and a $50 check for participating in the National Parents’ Day 2001, according to a news releas
Aug 30 2001 by Chuck Ross
Two juveniles and an adult, all from the Southside community, were arrested Tuesday in connection with an arson near the Southside Middle School cafeteria Monday evening.