May 29 2001 by admin
Janet Ashcraft is new to the staff of G’s Image Center, according to owner Glenda Bowers, but certainly no stranger to massage.
“I’ve been doing massage therapy for 33 years,” Ashcraft said.
U.S. military personnel who lost their lives in battle were remembered in Arkansas Monday with visits to cemeteries, shared memories and moments of silence.
May 29 2001 by Larry Stroud
CAVE CITY – During a regular meeting Thursday, the Cave City Council accepted the low bid of $11,436 for upcoming chip and seal work on city streets, said Mayor Carl Johnson.
LITTLE ROCK – The Lee’s Chapel Church and Masonic Hall at Sandtown in Independence County is among seven Arkansas properties recently listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the country
POWHATAN – Upcoming activities at Lake Charles State Park includes the dedication of a new Butterflies & Blooms Trail at the park Saturday in conjunction with National Trails Day, said Nikki Cherry
May 29 2001 by Chuck Ross
Twenty-nine incident reports were received by the Independence County Sheriff’s Office since Friday.
ASH FLAT – Three Sharp County deputies and an Arkansas State Police trooper responded Sunday to a reported break-in at the Buddy Smith residence on Claxton Road, and arrested two suspects after a f
ELAINE (AP) – Firefighters worked Tuesday morning to douse burning fertilizer and seed at a storage facility on Arkansas 44 just outside of Elaine.
May 24 2001 by Arathi Sundaravadanan
Graduation is an occasion accompanied with wishes and calls from friends and family, but it is not everyday one gets a graduation call from outer space.
May 24 2001 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A federal judge said Wednesday he was inclined to separate the cases of a former prosecutor accused of public corruption and two co-defendants.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Firefighters who participate in an optional deferred retirement benefits plan cannot be rehired after they retire, the state Supreme Court ruled today.
May 24 2001 by Brian Skoloff
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A NASA spokesman says the space agency’s inspector general’s office is keeping quiet about the details of a federal raid on a Clarksville plant – even to those within the agency.