Feb 27 2001 by admin
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) – Best-selling author John Grisham, whose many books have had settings in Mississippi, says his family has gotten settled in Virginia.
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – With prisons bulging, the state prison board Monday invoked the Emergency Powers Act authorizing release of up to 593 prisoners months before their parole date.
PRESCOTT (AP) – An explosion at a house that killed a 4-year-old boy was apparently caused by a leak from a natural gas line outside the home that had been “damaged by an outside source,” according
Feb 27 2001 by Daniel Cooney
PALANGKARAYA, Indonesia (AP) – Security forces fanned out Monday across Indonesia’s blood-soaked Central Kalimantan province, where an indigenous Dayak leader declared victory after a terror campai
Sheriff Dan Johnson urges residents of Independence County to join him and other Arkansas sheriffs in their work to help the state’s abused, neglected and abandoned children by supporting the Arkan
Feb 27 2001 by James Jefferson
LITTLE ROCK (AP) – The legislative budget panel demanded additional information Monday to flesh out details about costs associated with creating research facilities in implementing Arkansas’ $1.6 b
Feb 27 2001 by Jim Chlebak
Terry Chandler’s dream of refurbishing a Batesville landmark is about to fill the silver screen.
Feb 27 2001 by Sergei Shargorodsky
KIEV, Ukraine (AP) – Ukrainian prosecutors have ruled that a beheaded body found in November was that of Heorhiy Gongadze, the journalist whose disappearance sparked nationwide opposition protests.
Feb 26 2001 by admin
Odus Fulmer, Independence County tax assessor, will be the speaker at Tuesday’s White River Kiwanis Club meeting. The meeting will be at 6:30 a.m in the Southside Middle School cafeteria.
The University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville will host a film festival during March to celebrate Women’s History Month, announced Dr. Jane Parker, coordinator.
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