Aug 15 2001 by Chuck Ross
The Southside Volunteer Fire Department just got 2,500 gallons-a-minute better than its previous best effort.
Aug 15 2001 by admin
MELBOURNE – Preparations for the North Central District Fair and Livestock Show are well under way, with livestock registration forms now in circulation, said Nancy Orr, a fair board member from Sh
Aug 13 2001 by Larry Stroud
CAVE CITY – A 23-year-old Batesville man was arrested on several felony drug and weapons charges after a traffic stop Thursday in Cave City, said Police Chief Vernon Gann.
Aug 13 2001 by admin
EVENING SHADE – Gary Holden, Wal-Mart assistant manager, recently presented Mother’s Against Drunk Driving Sharp County co-coordinators Rhonda Woods and Sharon Qualls with a $1,000 Wal-Mart Foundat
The University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville’s Center for Workforce and Community Education will offer a series of Microsoft Access classes beginning in September.
The University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville is an official testing center for Microsoft application certification, according to a news release.
The University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville’s Center for Workforce and Community Education will offer hands-on, beginning level computer training.
Aug 13 2001 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Arkansans won’t have to drink as much to be driving drunk, will pay more to buy beer and will honor a home-grown civil rights legend under more than 600 new state laws that take
SEARCY – Three Batesville residents have been accepted to attend Harding University for the fall 2001 semester, according to a news release.
BRADFORD – Arthur Dunn, superintendent of the Bradford School District, has announced classes for the 2001-02 school year will begin Aug. 20.
The University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville will have its fall registration 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday, according to a news release.
CAVE CITY – This year’s Cave City Watermelon Festival was bigger and better than ever, even though the last two hours were rained out, said Charles Landers, president of the melon festival committe