Feb 7 2001 by Chuck Ross
A 16-year-old Rosie juvenile ingested an unspecified amount of rat poison Tuesday, according to the Independence County Sheriff’s Office.
Feb 7 2001 by admin
MOBILE, Ala. (AP) – An Arkansas man charged with the slaying of a 17-year-old should be kept in jail to protect a witness in the case, a prosecutor said.
MELBOURNE – The Delta Alpha Eta Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda of Ozarka College hosted its 22nd Annual High School Business Competition Day Jan. 31.
Feb 7 2001 by Mavis Elrod
Educators, researchers and policy makers now acknowledge the importance of early childhood education for all preschool children.
Feb 7 2001 by Tom Hays
NEW YORK (AP) – A former terrorist testified Tuesday that Saudi exile Osama bin Laden issued a series of religious decrees in the early 1990s urging Muslims to wage war against “the snake” – Americ
Feb 7 2001 by Paisley Dodds
VILLAGE OF PEACE, Haiti (AP) – If he could afford a lottery ticket in this sewage-soaked shantytown, Jean-Jaques Nardy says he would choose lucky seven – the date Jean-Bertrand Aristide is inaugura
LITTLE ROCK – In a press release today, Arkansas’ Attorney General Mark Pryor indicated $34,777.27 in reparations was awarded to 87 crime victims by the Arkansas Crime Victims Reparations Board in
Feb 7 2001 by Kelly Wiese
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Legislation to require Internet filters on computers used by children at schools and public libraries won approval in a House committee Tuesday.
Feb 7 2001 by Jamie Stengle
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Charles Purtle, who manages timber land for his family in Nevada County and Columbia County, said he hasn’t even assessed the damage caused by the winter’s ice storms to his tree