Jul 2 2001 by admin
BEEBE – The Continuing Education Division at Arkansas State University-Beebe will offer several computer courses during the first part of July.
The computer short courses and schedule will be:
WEST ALLIS, Wis. (AP) – Rookie Greg Biffle held on over the final 15 laps Sunday to win his third NASCAR Busch series event of the season, the GNC Live Well 250 at The Milwaukee Mile.
ASU honor society inducts new members
POWHATAN – A program titled “Pearling and Shelling” will begin at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Powhatan Courthouse State Park, said Wayne McPhink, park interpreter.
Jul 2 2001 by Brigitte Greenberg
WASHINGTON (AP) – House Republican leaders predict that a patients’ rights bill passed in the Democratic-run Senate last week will fail in their chamber and that a GOP version is one that President
WASHINGTON, D.C. -United States Rep.
Jul 2 2001 by John Heilprin
WASHINGTON (AP) – America’s largest predators, the grizzly bears of the mountainous West, may not be returning to the Idaho and Montana wilderness anytime soon.
HARRISON – Several area residents were among 329 students at North Arkansas College who received diplomas during recent commencement exercises, according to a release.
Jul 2 2001 by Kelly P. Kissel
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Gov.
Jul 2 2001 by Eric Talmadge
OKINAWA CITY, Japan (AP) – Police sought an arrest warrant today for a U.S. Air Force sergeant suspected of raping an Okinawan woman in a parking lot outside a row of bars, officials said.
LITTLE ROCK – Leslie Rutledge of Batesville, Melissa Richardson of Jonesboro and Kristofer Richardson of Whiteville have received juris doctorate degrees from the University of Arkansas at Little R
LITTLE ROCK – The Batesville Pioneers are picked to finish fourth in the AAAA-East District by its head coaches, according to a story in the 2001 edition of Hooten’s Arkansas Football magazine.