Apr 18 2001 by Larry Stroud
CAVE CITY – Following an hour-long executive session, the Cave City School Board voted unanimously Monday to rehire all classified personnel who wish to return for the 2001-02 school year.
Apr 18 2001 by admin
PINEVILLE – The final draft of the Izard County History Book has been approved and was returned to Turner Publishers on April 9, said Juanita Stowers, coordinator and Izard County Historical and Ge
Apr 18 2001 by Kelly Williams
CHEROKEE VILLAGE – The Cherokee Village Promotions Committee may have lost its chairman, but its members say they will continue to meet current obligations.
Apr 17 2001 by admin
ARKADELPHIA – Student research and other creative outlets will be the themes for Ouachita Baptist University’s First Scholar’s Day on Wednesday.
Apr 17 2001 by Nancy Zuckerbrod
WASHINGTON (AP) – Dozens of federal Web sites use unauthorized software that tracks Internet users despite policy rules that ban such information-gathering, according to a report to Congress.
POWHATAN – Several activities are scheduled over the next few days at Lake Charles State Park, beginning with an Arkansas Endangered Bats program at 6:30 p.m.
Apr 17 2001 by Christopher Newton
WASHINGTON (AP) – When a judge in colonial Pennsylvania banged his gavel and declared a man bankrupt, the debtor was dragged out of court, hustled into the town square and nailed by the ear to a pi
CHEROKEE VILLAGE – The Cherokee Village Police Depart-ment is investigating a resident’s complaint that two people in a gray Buick apparently tried to kidnap his grandchildren, said Raine Kerrigan,
Apr 17 2001 by Glenn McKenzie
COTONOU, Benin (AP) – After days of searching, officials boarded a ship suspected of transporting scores of child slaves from this West African country early today but found no clear sign of unacco
JONESBORO – Dr. Ruth A.
Apr 17 2001 by Laura King
BELFAST, Northern Ireland (AP) – Only days ago, Northern Ireland had reason to hope it would escape an epidemic of foot-and-mouth disease like that ravaging the farms of mainland Britain.
Apr 17 2001 by Jim Chlebak
Reversing a decision made seven months ago, Eastman Chemical Company announced Monday afternoon it no longer plans to sell its Batesville plant.