May 14 2001 by Angelia Roberts
SALEM – The January 2000 death of a Fulton County man “Just didn’t add up” according to Special Agent Ken Willock with the Arkansas State Police, and last week authorities arrested his wife and an
May 14 2001 by admin
A Pangburn man as killed Sunday when the pickup truck he was driving crashed on Arkansas 16 north of the Cleburne County community, state police say.
ASH FLAT – Sharp County truck driver Kenny Love narrowly escaped serious injury and the county almost lost a truck when the Pierce Creek Bridge on Rock Creek Road collapsed under the weight of the
May 11 2001 by Kristen Hays
HOUSTON (AP) – A Harris County jury on Thursday awarded about $800,000 to the family of a man who died in 1994 after being beaten and hogtied during a confrontation at a Houston Dillard’s store.
May 11 2001 by Anna Dolgov
MOSCOW (AP) – The mission report by Yuri Gagarin, sold at Christie’s auction house for $171,000, appears to have been stolen from a Russian government organization, but details of the document’s pr
May 11 2001 by admin
HELENA (AP) – City officials announced a new management group for the King Biscuit Blues Festival and promised the event would keep its broad scope.
May 11 2001 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – Reversing years of precedent, the state Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a viable fetus is a person within the meaning of Arkansas’ wrongful-death statute.
Free Will Baptist
May 11 2001 by Larry Stroud
EVENING SHADE – The Evening Shade School Board hired a high school principal for the 2001-02 term and made some teaching staff changes during a regular meeting Thursday, said Superintendent Dennis
CAVE CITY – Ten pastors and their families attended the recent Pastors Appreciation Day at the Cave City Park, said Bryan Tuggle, one of the organizers.
RUSSELLVILLE (AP) – A circuit judge says bail bondsmen are not diligent enough in making certain their clients appear in court so he has banned six bail bonding agencies from working in Pope, Johns
May 11 2001 by Kristina Buchthal
CHICAGO (AP) – On the 25th anniversary of his popular radio series, broadcaster Paul Harvey wasn’t behind the microphone to tell “The Rest of the Story.”
He was in bed.