Mar 5 2001 by admin
CHEROKEE VILLAGE – The Cherokee Village Promotion Committee decided Friday to open its fund-raising campaign to all Cherokee Village clubs and landowners, said Oral Henderson, chairman.
EL DORADO (AP) – A man killed by gunfire during a robbery attempt at a convenience store was apparently shot by a partner, not by the store owner, an investigator says.
The Batesville High School Class of 1971 will have its 30-year reunion June 15-16, according to a news release.
Mar 5 2001 by Carol Haynes
JONESBORO (AP) – Edna Linn of Jonesboro had just a few seconds to write the words “I am okay” and sign her name to a slip of paper in order to let her family back in Arkansas know that she had surv
Mar 5 2001 by Chuck Ross
Mar 5 2001 by Kelly Wiese
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Legislators and the governor agree teachers should be paid more, but the bill intended to accomplish that does not guarantee every teacher a raise.
SEARCY (AP) – Lonnie Glosson, known as the “talkin’ harmonica man,” died at his home Friday. He was 93.
NEWARK – The Newark City Council will meet at 7 tonight in the City Hall to consider appointing someone to replace Regina Daughdrill, the former recorder-treasurer, said Mayor Ed Warren.
Three separate incidents of criminal mischief were reported to Independence County Sheriff’s deputies over the weekend.
Mar 5 2001 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – If the General Assembly ended on time, legislators would go home Thursday with none of their top missions accomplished.
Mar 5 2001 by Stacey Roberts
A series of unsolved rapes in Little Rock prompted a large sale of various self-defense weapons such as handguns and pepper spray, according to a February story in the Arkansas Democrat Gazette.