Mar 14 2001 by admin
On Tuesday, a Cushman man was bitten twice by a dog while trying to protect his own animal.
Mar 14 2001 by Ron Kampeas
WASHINGTON (AP) – Politicians know that when you ask Americans about race, you’re guaranteed a good debate.
ASH FLAT – Nineteen individuals facing felony charges appeared before Sharp County Circuit Judge Harold Erwin on Monday.
Mar 14 2001 by Chris Tomlinson
KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) – Incumbent Yoweri Museveni was declared winner of presidential elections today after the stiffest test of his 15-year rule, though his chief opponent has rejected the results.
The Southside School Board Monday night rehired all certified personnel and accepted resignations from special education teachers Susan Lawrence and Regina Ramsey, high school media specialist Jerr
Mar 14 2001 by ED McCullough
STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP) – Michael Bransome figured the harshest penalty for breaking the law to protest the Vietnam War would be a few years in jail, not a nearly lifelong separation from his mother
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – An effort to make public the tax-incentive help that a state agency gives industries has been dropped by one state senator – but is still being pursued by another.