Feb 1 2001 by Quaid
WASHINGTON (AP) – The Senate was poised today to confirm John Ashcroft to be President Bush’s attorney general as the chamber’s top Democrat said he hoped to muster enough votes to signal his party
Feb 1 2001 by admin
LITTLE ROCK – Think that sudden cardiac arrest and heart attack are the same? That chest pain is the only warning sign of a heart attack? That cardiac arrest is a rare medical emergency?
Feb 1 2001 by Richard Benke
Jan 31 2001 by admin
HOUSTON – For teenagers and parents alike, adolescence is a challenging time of transition. As children enter their teens, parents must modify their parenting approach.
WEST HELENA (AP) – The West Helena City Council has been quietly conducting government business this year, a stark change for a panel paralyzed in boycotts by racially divided factions for the past
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A circuit judge agreed to grant extra time for the state Education Department and a teachers’ union to settle a lawsuit over back pay for some teachers.
Jan 31 2001 by Melissa Nelson
HOT SPRINGS (AP) – When Andre Guerrero planned Tuesday’s state Department of Education workshop on teaching English as a second language, he expected about 40 teachers to attend.
Jan 31 2001 by Philip Brasher
WASHINGTON (AP) – Farmers will need billions of dollars through new and expanded federal programs to stay in business in the next decade, a commission told Congress on Tuesday.
BARLING (AP) – Surplus land from Fort Chaffee annexed years ago by the city of Barling should not become part of Fort Smith, Barling’s mayor said.
Jan 31 2001 by Chuck Ross
An employee of GDX Automotive (formerly GenCorp) at 200 General Street received an anonymous phone call Tuesday indicating there was a bomb in the building.
FAYETTEVILLE – Gregory J.
Jan 31 2001 by Kelly Wiese
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Some legislators had an extra dose of conducting business Tuesday and planned the same today.