Jul 2 2001 by admin
The Beta Sigma Phi sorority in Clarksville has established a scholarship for the Arkansas Sheriffs’ Youth Ranches, states a release.
In addition to a fireworks show, other activities scheduled for the Fourth of July celebration will include various performances at Riverside Park.
Today is Monday, July 2, the 183rd day of 2001. There are 182 days left in the year.
Today’s Highlight in History:
JONESBORO – Tim Lawrence of Batesville, a graduate of Southside High School, has accepted an Academic Distinction Scholarship to attend Arkansas State University in Jonesboro next fall, according t
CONCORD – The Concord Town Council will meet at 7 tonight in the City Hall to hear monthly financial, fire department and marshal’s reports, said Mayor Charles Jameson.
NEWPORT (AP) – Two prisons here managed by a private company under contract to the state were scheduled to become state operations early Sunday.
FAIRFIELD BAY – The North Central Arkansas Foundation for the Arts and Education is seeking nominations for five awards recognizing individuals or couples in the community for their contributions t
MEMPHIS – David Weatherman, son of Donald and Lynn Weatherman of Due West, S.C., formerly of Batesville, recently graduated from Rhodes College in Memphis.
The Independence County Sheriff’s Office responded to 26 incidents over the weekend, according to reports available this morning.
Jul 2 2001 by Brian Skoloff
FORREST CITY(AP) – In a shiny wooden casket at the front of the church lies a sharp-dressed 16-year-old who had a knife in his chest a week earlier.
ASH FLAT – The Sharp County Fair Pageant is now registering contestants in the photogenic portion of the event.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – After taking a day off to nurse a bruised right wrist, Barry Bonds sunk his hands into wet cement outside Pacific Bell Park near where his 500th career home run splashed into S