Apr 5 2001 by admin
LITTLE ROCK – Two research studies have discovered what many folks already suspected – berries are good for you.
A public hearing will begin at 1 p.m. April 19 in the office of the Arkansas Soil and Water Commission in regard to a proposed Rock-Moore Water Association project, said J.
LITTLE ROCK – During 2000, more than half a million Arkansas adults were smokers.
Best-selling author Elizabeth Forsythe Hailey will deliver the Leila Lenore Heasley Prize Lecture on Monday, according to a news release. She will give a public reading of her work at 10 a.m.
Apr 5 2001 by Larry Stroud
Glenn E. James of Point Ferry Road near Newark was recently awarded the Korean War Service Medal for his service.
LITTLE ROCK – Thirty-one touring Arkansans learned recently that their initial impressions of Vietnam were wrong.
Apr 5 2001 by Jim Chlebak
The Paper Chase Book Store in downtown Batesville will host its first four-author book signing, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, according to owner Mayfan Thomas.
Apr 5 2001 by Karin Miller
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – Less than an hour before Philip Workman was scheduled to be executed, he was on his knees in his cell, praying for what he thought would be the final time.
Apr 5 2001 by Chuck Ross
Watchful eyes foiled an attempt to illegally purchase an expensive saw by hiding it in a less expensive saw’s box, according to a report filed with the Independence County Sheriff’s Office.
Apr 5 2001 by Kelly Wiese
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Gov. Mike Huckabee offered a two-part compromise Wednesday that he hoped would rally House support for bills spelling out how the state’s tobacco money is spent.
Apr 4 2001 by admin
The local Wal-Mart Supercenter provided a $1,000 community project grant to the Independence County Sheriff’s Office, to be directed to the betterment of the community.
LITTLE ROCK – An Ash Flat man has been reappointed to the Arkansas Beef Council by Gov. Mike Huckabee, said Rex Nelson, the governor’s director of communications.