May 15 2001 by admin
By Chuck Bartels
Associated Press Writer
Beginning at approximately 8:30 a.m.
PLEASANT PLAINS – A representative from the Miller-Newell engineering firm of Newport addressed the Pleasant Plains Town Council during a regular meeting Monday, said Mayor Rick Siler.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A former police officer must pay a man $25,000 for violating his civil rights.
Former Little Rock officer Gary Smith was ordered Monday to pay $25,001 to Dustin Andrus, 24.
STRAWBERRY – The second annual Strawberry Fest will take place Saturday, beginning with a parade at 10 a.m., according to a news release.
May 15 2001 by C. Richard Maples
U of A Extension Communications Specialist
BERRYVILLE (AP) – A judge has ruled there wasn’t enough evidence to convict a man of riding a horse while drunk, but also observed that state drunken driving laws are too vague to tell whether an e
Governor Mike Huckabee has proclaimed Friday as Museum Day in Arkansas, according to a press release.
Customers looking for children’s clothing have an added option since April.
HARDY – Main Street Hardy has announced Old Hardy Model T Day will be Thursday and Free Museum Day will be Friday.
The North Arkansas Development Council Inc.
May 15 2001 by Chuck Ross
After 11 days of testimony, the jury took less than three hours to reach a verdict in the wrongful death lawsuit regarding the death of Robert “Grumpy” Long.