Feb 19 2002 by admin
Eastman engineers will sponsor events for area students in grades 7-12 to help celebrate National Engineers Week this week.
Feb 19 2002 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A former manager of a child-support unit in the office of T.J.
NEWPORT – Arkansas State University-Newport is seeking comments from the public about the university in preparation for an evaluation by its regional accrediting agency, according to a release.
JONESBORO ““ The Arkansas State University Small Business Development Center will offer a small business training program, Building Your Leadership Skills, on Feb. 28, in Jonesboro.
CAVE CITY – Norman Girtman of Cave City has announced he will run for a 10th term as Sharp County treasurer. He is a lifelong resident of Sharp County.
MELBOURNE – Ozarka College is accepting applications for the Kerry Evans and Family Scholarship, according to a release.
ASH FLAT – Three homeowners in south Sharp County reported having items stolen from their property last week, said Sheriff T.J. “Sonny” Powell.
The Batesville School Board will meet at 5:30 tonight in the high school library, according to Ted Hall, superintendent.
As part of its annual safety training program, Arkansas Eastman is scheduled to conduct tornado drills Thursday and Friday at its plant site along Gap Road, company spokeswoman Hope Caraway said.
FERNDALE – Arkansas teachers and students should lace up their hiking boots to participate in the 4-H Responsible Environmental Stewardship Quest at the C.A. Vines 4-H Center in Ferndale.
Organizations applying for 2003 United Way agency status are reminded that applications are due Feb. 28.
No application will be accepted after that date.
Feb 19 2002 by Sharon Knight
If flood waters from the White River come rolling downstream, Batesville and Independence County will be ready to shut the floodgates, said Bill Hicks, director of the county Office and Emergency S