Jan 21 2002 by admin
Nationally-syndicated columnist Deborah Mathis will present the 2001-02 Hugh B. Patterson Lecture at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Nucor Auditorium at Lyon College, according to a news release.
Jan 21 2002 by Angelia Roberts
It all started with a dream for Martin Luther King Jr., who hoped that one day the sons of former slaves and slaveowners would be able to sit down together and not be judged by the color of their s
SEARCY – Little Rock native Gen. Wesley K.
ASH FLAT – A Sharp County man was killed by part of a falling tree Thursday and found hours later by someone checking to see why he had not shown up at work, said Investigator Curtis Goodrich of th
Shawn Stephens has announced he will be a Democratic candidate for Ward 3, Position 2 on the Batesville City Council.
Jan 18 2002 by Andrea Bruner
It’s been nearly a week since Madeline Bobbitt received the news her son, Danny Bobbitt, had escaped from prison. Her daughter-in-law called at 4 a.m. Saturday with the news, waking Mrs.
Jan 18 2002 by admin
Saying he has 16 years of professional, dedicated service, Billy Meeks wants to be the next county sheriff.
MELBOURNE – It was a busy year for law enforcement officers in Izard County, but there was a positive highlight when voters overwhelming approved construction of a new jail, according to Izard Coun
The Sexual Assault Intervention Lifeline, a program of Family Violence Prevention Inc., has scheduled a seminar, “Sexual Assault Issues” for Jan. 24-26.
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HIGHLAND – The Arkansas Governor’s Quiz Bowl Association will host a district Junior High Quiz Bowl Tournament on Saturday at the Highland Middle School.
The national Martin Luther King Jr. holiday and state observance of Robert E. Lee’s birthday on Monday will result in the closing of several local, state and federal offices.