2000 brings recognition, new structures to colleges

January 3, 2001 Higher education in the Batesville Daily Guard circulation area got a boost when Lyon College and the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville announced they would cooperate to offer

Big prize benefits elephants, bears

January 3, 2001 LOS ANGELES (AP) - Alec Baldwin's performance on "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" will give an animal sanctuary's elephants and bears a place to chill.

State revenues might fall short

January 3, 2001 LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The Huckabee administration acknowledged a slowdown in state growth Tuesday that could force revision of revenue projections for the rest of the year.

Council approves revised tree suit settlement

January 3, 2001 FAYETTEVILLE (AP) - The Fayetteville City Council has decided to spend $550,000 for green space and trail land, but a woman who perched in an oak tree for three weeks is not happy with the settleme

Parties almost even in new Congress

January 3, 2001 WASHINGTON (AP) - The 107th Congress, more evenly divided between the two parties than it has been in decades, promises to make history on its very first day.

ASU-Newport to offer classes

January 3, 2001 NEWPORT - Arkansas State University-Newport is offering several new classes for the spring 2001 semester, according to a news release.