Aug 8 2001 by admin
The Batesville Area Civil War Round Table will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Citizens Bank Annex.
Aug 8 2001 by Chuck Ross
If you tried to make a long distance telephone call on Tuesday and met with no success, you were not by yourself.
ASH FLAT – The Sharp County Extension staff was presented a plaque at the Northeast District O’Rama in Jonesboro for their efforts in increasing 4-H enrollment in the county, according to a news re
NEWARK – The Newark City Council agreed Monday to hire a patrolman/animal control officer who will double as a school resource officer at Newark schools, said Mayor Ed Warren.
CAVE CITY – A multi-family get-together will be Aug. 9, 10 and 11 at the old Comer place, also known as Comer Crossroads, now the Bee and Justine Williams’ residence.
CAVE CITY – More entries are needed for the Cave City Watermelon Festival Talent Show, which will begin at 7 p.m. Thursday in the city park, said Charles Landers, organizer.
The Paper Chase Writer’s Club has released the names of its In-Club Contest winners.
Martha West won the “Broken Umbrella” contest with a short story titled, “My Hero.”
Aug 8 2001 by Jim Chlebak
LYNN – George Green, superintendent of the Lynn School District, has announced classes for the 2001-02 school year will begin Aug. 20.
CAVE CITY – John Rabon, a teacher in the Cave City Public School District, attended an intensive 12-hour-a-day training institute June 18-29 in DeQueen, according to a release.
Aug 1 2001 by admin
CONCORD – Concord High School will host registration next week in the school library for students in grades 9-12, according to a release from Karen Cooper, counselor.
Jason Giambi and the Oakland Athletics played so well, they left Cleveland general manager John Hart speechless.
SULPHUR ROCK – It took the Sulphur Rock School Board just about 15 minutes Tuesday night to complete a special meeting dedicated to personnel issues, according to Superintendent Jerry Rose.