Mar 19 2001 by admin
OSCEOLA, Mo. (AP) – A firefighter injured in a fatal house fire that killed two other firefighters Sunday is no longer in critical condition.
Mar 19 2001 by Kristen Wyatt
WILLIFORD – A wedding scheduled to begin at 5 p.m. Saturday was postponed when the bride lost control of the car she was driving, causing injuries to herself and a passenger.
Mar 16 2001 by Marcy Gordon
WASHINGTON (AP) – The Senate has voted to make it more difficult for people to erase their debts in bankruptcy courts and closed a loophole in present law that allows wealthy debtors to shield thei
Mar 16 2001 by admin
Free Will Baptist
Spring work day is Saturday at 8 a.m. at the church.
SARASOTA, Fla. (AP) – A judge cleared a nursing home of any wrongdoing in the case of an 87-year-old woman who died after being stung more than 1,600 times by fire ants in her bed.
Mark Dewayne Beckum of Rosie awoke to a commotion in his yard, and discovered a pet deer he kept in an enclosure in his yard was being attacked by two dogs.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – An agreement between lawyers for the state and the Little Rock School District would relieve the district of repaying most, if not all, of a $20 million loan from the state.
Mar 16 2001 by Nedra Pickler
WASHINGTON (AP) – While votes on contentious issues like tax cuts and abortion get the headlines, the way that members of Congress react when asked to help a constituent track down a Social Securit
Mar 16 2001 by Christopher Newton
WASHINGTON (AP) – Cigarette smoke spilled into the air and hung above the crowded bar, mingling with language that was less than holy.
ALDER, Wash. (AP) – The governor declared a statewide drought emergency, two weeks after an earthquake created a disaster area in the northwestern part of the state.
Because of increased costs of generating and buying electricity, an annual adjustment of Entergy Arkansas electricity rates will result in an increase April 1, according to a news release from the