Apr 16 2001 by admin
MAGNESS – The Magness Town Council will meet in special session at 6 tonight in the City Hall to discuss a proposed ordinance that would set regulations for mobile homes and mobile home parks, said
SEARCY – Kenneth W. Starr will be the final guest in Harding University’s 2000-01 Distinguished Lecture Series. Starr will speak at 7:30 p.m.
Lightning and straight line winds broke utility poles and damaged lines, leaving about 2,500 Entergy customers in the Batesville area without power early Sunday morning, said Les Frensley, Entergy
Apr 16 2001 by Amy Green
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – Just after dinner, Kelly Snowden settles into a bedtime story for her 9-year-old daughter.
Apr 16 2001 by John Taylor
WALNUT RIDGE (AP) – Among the country’s shoe manufacturing business, the Jones & Vining plant here is one of the sole survivors.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Weekend storms that hit hardest in the Pine Bluff area left some people without electricity for two nights as residents tried to clean up the wreckage left by stiff winds and hai
Apr 16 2001 by Kelly Wiese
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – The House and Senate wrapped up business and recessed last week, but legislators can return anytime through mid-May to handle certain issues.
Apr 16 2001 by Deb Riechmann
WASHINGTON (AP) – Forty years ago, Mario Cabello and Juan Perez Franco were comrades in arms, fighting together at the Bay of Pigs to free Cuba from Fidel Castro’s communist grip.
Apr 16 2001 by Chuck Ross
A five-year-old boy was injured when he ran into the side of a pickup truck Friday afternoon.
Apr 16 2001 by Jay Reeves
Apr 13 2001 by admin
SULPHUR ROCK – Senior activities week, bonds, the 2001-02 school calendar and classified personnel are discussion topics proposed for Monday’s regular meeting of the Sulphur Rock School District bo
Batesville High School Principal Ronnie Coots will address the school board at Monday night’s meeting regarding the open-campus issue, according to an agenda.