Aug 27 2001 by admin
CONCORD – A special account has been set up at Citizens Bank for Brenda Sue Robertson of Batesville, who was involved in a car accident on Aug. 14.
Office of Emergency Services Director Bill Hicks requests that all county citizens be aware of the dangers of fire during this hot, dry season.
Batesville Junior High School will have open house at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the library, according to Principal Harry Crossett.
Aug 24 2001 by admin
CAVE CITY – Hardgen of Cord was the winning bidder for relocation of utility lines in connection with bridge widening projects in east Cave City, reported Mayor Carl Johnson.
EVENING SHADE – Evening Shade Mayor Red Jaggers said this morning that he resigned, effective no later than Sept. 30, during a special town council meeting Tuesday.
Aug 24 2001 by Angelia Roberts
Joseph E Reddock, a 16-year-resident of Batesville and a retired naval veteran, has officially announced he will seek the office of mayor for the City of Batesville.
MELBOURNE – Members of the Ozarka College staff were honored with a staff appreciation luncheon on Aug. 2, according to a news release.
BEEBE – Arkansas State University-Beebe will offer a six-week course in interior decorating and several other leisure arts classes beginning Sept. 10. Fees will be charged.
JONESBORO (AP) – Arkansas State running back Jonathan Adams has been invited to participate in the 2002 Hula Bowl.
Lyon College is preparing to begin its 129th year, and faculty and staff members attended an all-campus luncheon Wednesday to kick off the new academic year, according to a news release.
SULPHUR ROCK – Jerry Rose, superintendent of Sulphur Rock Schools, said officials with the Arkansas Department of Education called him Thursday to confirm approval of a resolution allowing Jim Lewi
Aug 24 2001 by Chuck Ross
Preliminary results of the autopsy of a man found dead in the White-Rodgers division of Emerson indicate his death was due to natural causes.