Sep 25 2001 by admin
It has been 20 years since Libby Roller became a “good neighbor” in Batesville. But, on Sept. 30 she’ll say good-bye to the insurance company that has yielded her a “wonderful” career.
JACKSONVILLE (AP) – The Little Rock Air Force Base, which operates C-130s and is the training base for the cargo planes, has received orders to deploy.
ASH FLAT – First National Bank of Sharp County has announced the formation of its new Passport Club – a club for people age 50 and older – that combines traditional banking services with an excelle
Approximately $200,000 for repairs and renovations was awarded to Independence, Stone, White and Izard counties from the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program, according to a press release from th
Sep 24 2001 by admin
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – State officials are looking at the possibility of allowing Arkansans to assess and pay personal property taxes in state revenue offices when they register their vehicles and get
Sep 24 2001 by Angelia Roberts
ASH FLAT – The days of paying fines and avoiding courtroom appearances for individuals charged with drinking and driving offenses are over.
Sep 24 2001 by Larry Stroud
Local ambulance services have always practiced security of their ambulances because of the valuable supplies and equipment on board, Myra Looney Wood, executive director of Vital Link Emergency Med
Sep 24 2001 by Sharon Knight
CHARLOTTE – Cord-Charlotte patrons received a first-hand report on the status of the school during the school board’s annual report to the public Thursday night.
MELBOURNE – The newest building on the campus of Ozarka College in Melbourne will be dedicated at 10 a.m. Friday, according to a news release.
If found guilty, two men and one woman could face life in prison after they were arrested in connection with manufacturing of methamphetamine.
SULPHUR ROCK – The Sulphur Rock School Board approved a budget of $2,516,831 for 2001-2002 during its regular meeting Sept. 17.