Mar 30 2001 by admin
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) – A former University of Arkansas student accused of accosting two female students will remain in the Washington County Jail, a circuit judge has ruled.
Mar 30 2001 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Gov.
Mar 30 2001 by Alan Clendenning
NEW YORK (AP) – Tyson Foods Inc., the No. 1 U.S. poultry producer, on Thursday called off a $3.2 billion purchase of IBP Inc. that would have also made it the nation’s top beef and pork producer.
Mar 29 2001 by admin
CUSHMAN – Lou Gunther, district treasurer and technology coordinator, is leaving education to pursue a personal business after 17 years with the Cushman School District, according to Gary Anderson,
Mar 29 2001 by Kristen Wyatt
ATLANTA (AP) – A preacher who says he is only following God’s word is accused of dragging children to the pulpit and whipping them with sticks and belts until they are badly bruised – all with the
Mar 29 2001 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Arkansas schools would no longer be able to automatically close their doors to student transfers from outside the district under legislation that passed the Senate on Wednesday.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A House committee on Wednesday endorsed two proposal constitutional amendments to extend legislative terms.
OKLAHOMA CITY – The United States Army Recruiting Battalion will conduct an Army of One Opportunity Day April 14 at Camp Robinson in Little Rock, according to a news release.
Mar 29 2001 by Kelly Wiese
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A center for youth offenders could not be privatized this summer as scheduled under legislation a House committee endorsed Wednesday.
Mar 29 2001 by Angelia Roberts
SALEM – Jurors in Fulton County sent the strongest message they could, to drug dealers when they deliberated for less than an hour, returned with a guilty verdict, and sentenced a man to 100 years
WILMOT (AP) – The National Guard and the American Red Cross are providing water to this Ashley County town of 785 people while its water supply is checked out to discover the source of a red goo th
Mar 29 2001 by Larry Stroud
SEARCY – White County Quorum Court members were presented Tuesday with a proposal for building a new jail and are expected to review the proposal and consider it during their April meeting, said Sh