Sep 25 2001 by admin
JONESBORO – “Seeking Understanding: Perspectives on September 11th,” a panel discussion, will be at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Carl R. Reng Center Ballroom at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro.
Sep 25 2001 by Sharon Knight
First Community Bank in Batesville has made a change at its top level, but the change is an indication of growth not of departure.
It has been 20 years since Libby Roller became a “good neighbor” in Batesville. But, on Sept. 30 she’ll say good-bye to the insurance company that has yielded her a “wonderful” career.
JACKSONVILLE (AP) – The Little Rock Air Force Base, which operates C-130s and is the training base for the cargo planes, has received orders to deploy.
ASH FLAT – First National Bank of Sharp County has announced the formation of its new Passport Club – a club for people age 50 and older – that combines traditional banking services with an excelle
Approximately $200,000 for repairs and renovations was awarded to Independence, Stone, White and Izard counties from the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program, according to a press release from th
The Batesville City Council meets at 5:30 p.m. tonight in City Hall and will have a light agenda.
The National Federation of Press Women has announced that three Batesville Daily Guard staff members have been named national winners in its annual communications competition, according to a news r
DESHA – A Desha man was arrested on Friday after authorities searched his residence and found evidence of a methamphetamine lab, according to Chief Investigator Scott Russell with the 16th Judicial
MELBOURNE – The North Central Arkansas District Fair got under way Monday with check-in of exhibits in the commercial, educational and home economics booths, according to board member Nancy Orr and
Sep 24 2001 by Sharon Knight
CHARLOTTE – Cord-Charlotte patrons received a first-hand report on the status of the school during the school board’s annual report to the public Thursday night.
Sep 24 2001 by admin
MELBOURNE – The newest building on the campus of Ozarka College in Melbourne will be dedicated at 10 a.m. Friday, according to a news release.