Jun 11 2001 by admin
CONWAY – Chancey A.Thomas and Jennifer Graham, both of Batesville, Joe Don Qualls of Cave City and Jennifer Dawn Tate-Lee of Little Rock have accepted academic scholarships to the University of Cen
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Timothy McVeigh’s scheduled execution today had security personnel at the federal courts building here and the adjacent federal office building on guard.
Jun 11 2001 by Paul Payne
Jun 11 2001 by Pierce Presley
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A federal judge said today that a co-defendant of former Independence County Prosecutor T.J.
Jun 11 2001 by Tom Raum
WASHINGTON (AP) – President Bush came into office promising a “humble” foreign policy, yet his administration has managed to irritate friend and foe alike.
Jun 11 2001 by Angelia Roberts
SALEM – Eight women and four men deliberated approximately four hours and returned with a $500,000 settlement for a Salem woman against North Arkansas Electric Cooperative, according to defense att
Jun 8 2001 by admin
MOUNTAIN VIEW – Upcoming programs and activities at the Blanchard Springs Recreation Area have been announced by Tony Guinn, interpreter for the Ozark National Forest.
FAYETTEVILLE – Chancellor John A. White has announced the graduating Class of 2001 at the University of Arkansas. More than 2,400 students received degrees on May 12.
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Jun 8 2001 by Gina Holland
WASHINGTON (AP) – Wal-Mart Stores Inc. will pay a $1 million fine to resolve charges that it violated environmental laws while building stores in four states.
Jun 8 2001 by Kenji Hall
OSAKA, Japan (AP) – In Japan’s worst mass-killing since a deadly nerve gas attack on Tokyo’s subways six years ago, a man brandishing a knife burst into an elementary school today and slashed nearl
Jun 8 2001 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Initial public response to Gov.