Apr 23 2001 by admin
MELBOURNE – Business Technology students at Ozarka College brought home five awards from the 2001 Phi Beta Lambda Spring Leadership Conference and Competition in Little Rock.
SEARCY (AP) – A White County prosecutor will seek a blended sentence for a 13-year-old suspect in the murder of a convenience store clerk.
The Batesville Lions Club will meet at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at Bonanza.
President Tom Woodyard will call a business meeting.
All new members are welcome.
JONESBORO – Arkansas State University in Jonesboro has awarded Academic Distinction Scholarships to several area high school seniors.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – The Legislature and Gov. Mike Huckabee approved more than a dozen bills this session creating felony offenses, along with harsher penalties for certain crimes.
The Lyon College Concert Choir, under the direction of Misty Humway, will present its Spring Concert at 8 p.m. Thursday in Brown Chapel on the Lyon College campus.
JONESBORO – Research projects by 37 students at Arkansas State University were chosen for public presentation or display during the fourth annual Undergraduate Scholars Day April 16, according to a
The groundbreaking ceremony for the new Lawrence H. and Marilyn Church Derby Center for Science and Mathematics will be at 4 p.m. Thursday at Lyon College, according to a news release.
HIGHLAND – The Sharp County Literacy Council will meet at 10 a.m. Friday in the council office on Highway 62/412, across from the Timberline Restaurant, said Margaret Harmon, publicist.
The University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville has awarded several high school academic scholarships, announced Judy Lassiter, financial aid director.
Apr 23 2001 by Chuck Ross
Thefts were reported to the Independence County Sheriff’s Office over the weekend.
CHEROKEE VILLAGE – Fountain Place, a non-profit corporation that operates an assisted living facility in Cherokee Village, has scheduled its first Grand Fund Raising Gala for 6:30 p.m.