Sep 12 2001 by Angelia Roberts
Fist fights, cussing matches, long lines and traffic flow problems were reported Tuesday, and customers complained they were being taken advantage of when prices at gas pumps kept rising.
Sep 12 2001 by admin
Little Rock – Lyon College in Batesville is among colleges and universities in Arkansas that will share $30,250 in scholarships from the UPS Foundation Education Endowment Fund.
Sep 12 2001 by Caryn Rousseau
Motorists across Arkansas jammed gasoline stations, reacting to unfounded rumors that fuel prices would more than double after the terrorist attacks Tuesday.
MELBOURNE – Area high schools are participating in the “College Now!” program offered by Ozarka College in Melbourne in conjunction with the Department of Workforce Education in Little Rock, accord
Sep 12 2001 by Guard Staff
Batesville residents were relieved to learn family members in Washington were not injured after the terrorist attack there Tuesday.
Sep 11 2001 by Jerry Schwartz
NEW YORK (AP) – In a horrific sequence of destruction, terrorists crashed two planes into the World Trade Center, and the twin 110-story towers collapsed this morning.
Sep 11 2001 by Guard Staff
As Batesville reacts to the attacks on New York and Washington, local officials take precautions to respond to potential emergencies.
Sep 11 2001 by Sharon Knight
Like the rest of the nation, Arkansas’ congressional delegation seeks answers to the terrorist attack on the United States.
Sep 11 2001 by Brian Skoloff
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Arkansas’ only military base gathered its battle staff while commercial planes made emergency landings at Little Rock and Highfill today after terrorist attacks in New York City
Sep 11 2001 by Ron Fournier
WASHINGTON (AP) – The Pentagon took a direct, devastating hit from an aircraft and the enduring symbols of American power were evacuated Tuesday as an apparent terrorist attack quickly spread fear
Sep 11 2001 by admin
Doors were locked and phones ringing off the wall at Company B infantry in Batesville this morning after members of the Arkansas National Guard were placed on a heightened state of alert after an e
Troy Danforth was at his hotel job four blocks from the World Trade Center this morning when all hell broke loose.