May 17 2001 by admin
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Arkansas’ former FBI head, I.C. Smith, wants to make public documents tied to the Whitewater investigation of the Clinton years.
A concert will be held from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday on the parking lot of the Blue Meannie music store to raise funds for a proposed skateboard park, said Gary Shrum, owner.
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, Mo.
May 17 2001 by Andrea Bruner
The Southside School Board met Tuesday and voted to change the district’s policy on payment of accrued sick leave at retirement for up to 90 days substitute pay, according to Assistant Superintende
May 16 2001 by Irina Titova
May 16 2001 by Scott Sonner
May 16 2001 by Mark Lavie
JERUSALEM (AP) – A 14-year-old Palestinian was killed in a stone-throwing clash in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday, as both sides mourned their dead from large-scale confrontations a day earlier.
May 16 2001 by admin
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – The Delta Regional Authority could soon have the leadership position it’s been waiting for.
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) – A military plane carrying 37 people crashed today in southern Turkey, and a local official said there were no survivors.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – The parents of a teen-ager who died at a state youth lockup over the weekend aren’t buying the official story that he killed himself.
May 16 2001 by Constant Brand
BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) – Richer countries must drop “double standards” in giving out development aid and reverse the trend of declining help to the world’s poorest nations, the head of the U.N.
May 16 2001 by Chuck Bartels
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – A group that has consistently opposed a $319 million plan to draw water from the White River to irrigate the Grand Prairie area says it will announce a cost-saving alternative pl