Jun 20 2001 by admin
An article in Tuesday’s edition of the Batesville Daily Guard incorrectly described a northbound passing lane planned for U.S.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Arkansas’ new top police officer lacks police certification, state records show.
Jun 19 2001 by Andrea Bruner
With its new owners, Rolling Hills Nursing Home is rolling in a new certification: Medicare.
Jun 19 2001 by Larry Stroud
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Jun 19 2001 by admin
Ashley Lindsey has joined the team of stylists at LaVonda’s Hair Care & Tanning Salon, according to owner, LaVonda Sanders.
Jun 19 2001 by Angelia Roberts
Convenience store clerks in Batesville and the surrounding area were unaware they were selling more than the legal limit of over-the-counter drug items to agents with the drug task force Monday unt
Recently, the Pilot Knob Composite Squadron hosted a statewide Civil Air Patrol Search and Rescue Exercise at Batesville Municipal Airport.
Jun 19 2001 by Jim Chlebak
LITTLE ROCK – The Independence Power Plant in Newark will be one of nine electric generation plants in Arkansas included in Entergy Corporation’s pledge to cap domestic greenhouse gas emissions at
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – Six women are suing the nation’s largest retailer, alleging they were discriminated against when seeking promotions.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Increases of up to $700 a month in the rates paid to nursing homes by non-Medicaid patients prompted a veteran legislator to call Monday for a special session to repeal a bed tax
Jun 19 2001 by Brian Skoloff
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A Cabot hat company will continue making berets for the Army after resolution of a contract problem that threatened to cancel the deal, U.S. Rep.
Jun 19 2001 by Chuck Ross
A spokesman for the Independence County Sheriff’s Office said a local juvenile is missing since Thursday evening.