Nov 27 2001 by Andrea Bruner
There’s a shortage of daycare in Independence County, so the Batesville School District will apply for a grant to help alleviate the problem, Superintendent Ted Hall announced recently.
Nov 27 2001 by admin
Members of the Batesville Water Utilities will have new and better equipment after approval was given to trade in old equipment, according to Jerry Jeffery, assistant to Utilities Manager Larry Tha
Nov 27 2001 by Angelia Roberts
ASH FLAT – Before stealing his cattle, the alleged thieves borrowed the owner’s truck, fixed a flat on the trailer, loaded five cows on the trailer and transported them to the Ash Flat Livestock Au
It’s budget time, and members of the Batesville City Council face a lengthy agenda at 5:30 tonight at City Hall.
Youth development will be the focus of a meeting 3 p.m. Friday at the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville Independence Hall.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Employees of Unimin Corporation’s Guion Facility in Izard County received national recognition Nov.
Nov 27 2001 by Sharon Knight
Mike Gonzales has decided it’s time to put the brakes on a career that has taken him to nearly every crook and cranny in North-central Arkansas.
Two commercial burglaries, a residential burglary and a theft of property were reported to the Independence County Sheriff’s Office overnight.
Nov 27 2001 by Steve Thomas
One can look around Batesville and see that we have more choices to shop from this Christmas season than previous ones, as Batesville has become the retail hub of North-central Arkansas.
Nov 26 2001 by Angelia Roberts
ASH FLAT – An unusual noise, the length of time co-worker Mike Stone was gone to check on an inmate and instinct caused Elaine Moody to leave the dispatch area around 1:20 a.m. on Sept. 4.
Nov 26 2001 by admin
NEWPORT (AP) – Two escapees from the Jackson County Jail didn’t get far Sunday night after climbing to freedom through an air conditioning duct.
PINE BLUFF (AP) – The state Board of Correction and Community Punishment voted today to move up the parole dates of 480 male prisoners and 72 female prisoners, said Correction Department spokeswoma